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File #: 16-0520    Version: 1 Name: Rapid Response Network For Oakland Families Facing The Immediate Threat Of Separation Due To Deportation
Type: City Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 12/8/2016 In control: Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council
On agenda: 12/13/2016 Final action: 12/13/2016
Title: Subject: Rapid Response Network For Oakland Families Facing The Immediate Threat Of Separation Due To Deportation From: Vice Mayor Campbell Washington, President Pro Tem Reid, Councilmember Gallo And Councilmember Guillen Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Directing The City Administrator To Return To City Council In January 2017 With A Resolution To Appropriate $150,000 In FY 2016-2017 And $150,000 FY 2017-2018 For The Oakland Immigrant Legal Representation And Rapid Response Network To Provide Urgent Legal And Support Services To Oakland Families Facing The Immediate Threat Of Separation Due To Deportation And Work With Alameda County And The Bay Area Philanthropic Community To Fully Fund The Network
Sponsors: Annie Campbell Washington, Laurence E. Reid, Noel Gallo, Abel J. Guillén
Attachments: 1. View Report, 2. 86534 CMS.pdf

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Subject:                     Rapid Response Network For Oakland Families Facing The Immediate Threat Of Separation Due To Deportation                     

From:                                          Vice Mayor Campbell Washington, President Pro Tem Reid, Councilmember Gallo And Councilmember Guillen

Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Directing The City Administrator To Return To City Council In January 2017 With A Resolution To Appropriate $150,000 In FY 2016-2017 And $150,000 FY 2017-2018 For The Oakland Immigrant Legal Representation And Rapid Response Network To Provide Urgent Legal And Support Services To Oakland Families Facing The Immediate Threat Of Separation Due To Deportation And Work With Alameda County And The Bay Area Philanthropic Community To Fully Fund The Network