Deputy Chief Clifford Wong, Officer Casey Altman, Sergeant Doria Neff, and Lieutenant Bryan Hubbard will provide MCPD with an overview of their current and planned training, department policies, and an assessment of their ongoing interactions and perceptions in their work with community members with disabilities.
OakDOT Major Projects Planning Manager, Audrey Harris will provide an overview of the TOWN projects, a suite of infrastructure improvements that will provide safer, more sustainable and more equitable access between Downtown, Chinatown, and West Oakland and the waterfront while protecting and enhancing goods movement in and out of the nearby Port of Oakland. The TOWN projects have also been designed to facilitate access to and from the proposed Waterfront Ballpark District at Howard Terminal which if approved, would deliver an urban infill project that proposes to build a new ballpark, up to 3,000 new housing units, 1.7 million square feet of commercial space, a 400-room hotel, a 3,500 seat performance venue, and 18 acres of open space including an extension to the Bay Trail.
ZOOM MEETING ID: 884 4859 0037
By video: go to https://us06web.zoom.us/j/88448590037 open the meeting on a computer or smart phone at or before 5:30pm.
By phone: dial (408) 638-0968 at 5:30pm. (For international numbers, go to: https://zoom.us/u/aWeTt9geS.)
COMMENT DURING MEETING
By video: click the “Raise Your Hand” button to request to speak when Public Comment is being taken during Open Forum or on an eligible agenda item. You will be permitted to speak during your turn, allowed to comment, and after the allotted time, muted. Instructions on how to “Raise Your Hand” are available at https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/205566129.
By phone: press *9 to “Raise Your Hand” to speak when Public Comment is taken. You will be permitted to speak during your turn, allowed to comment, and after the allotted time, muted. Please unmute yourself by pressing *6.
If you have questions, please contact ADA Programs at email@example.com with “Meeting/Agenda Question” in the subject line.
Accessibility and interpretation requests
Contact us to request disability-related accommodations, American Sign Language (ASL), Mandarin, Spanish or another language interpreter at least five (5) business days before the event.
All meetings held in-person are wheelchair accessible. Please refrain from wearing scented products as a courtesy to attendees with chemical sensitivities.
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