On this episode of WTF California Podcast, we discuss how both the City of Antioch and City of Oakley made appointments for their next city manager. Cornelius Johnson was appointed to interim city manager in 3-2 vote while Oakley unanimously approved Josh McMurray in a 5-0 vote. We discuss how Oakley is an example as to why a rotating mayor makes sense. Nearly 80 Alameda County Freeway shootings in past year. Surge of violence in the Bay Area. A teen was sucker-punched in a basketball game and we are told where Governor Gavin Newsom was over the past two weeks.
Articles From the Show:
- Antioch City Council Agrees to Hire Cornelius Johnson as Interim City Manager in 3-2 Vote
- Josh McMurray Appointed Oakley City Manager
- Oakley Needs to Elect an At-Large Mayor
- Nearly 80 Alameda County freeway shootings in the last year: CHP
- Surge in Bay Area violence raises questions about how to curb deadly cycle
- Proposal allowing SF deputies to provide retail security to combat theft halted over concerns
- Sucker-punch at OC youth basketball game leaves girl with concussion
- Man Arrested on Suspicion of Fatally Stabbing Mother in Walnut Creek
- Security guard stabs, wounds customer during altercation over mask at Santa Monica supermarket
- Gov. Newsom says he skipped climate conference to spend Halloween with his kids
- UPDATE: Petition to Recall San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin Certified; Will Be Added to June 2022 Ballot
- San Bernardino County Public Defender’s Office accused of ‘Animal House frat party sex atmosphere’
- ‘Students Still Look At Me…As Nothing More Than A N*****’: West High Vice Principal Fed Up After Being Targeted With Racist Graffiti
- Modesto School Principal Calling For Change After School Posts Photo Some Are Calling Offensive
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Antioch is close to hitting bottom, if it hasn’t already. Such a shame. Used to be such a nice town according to my great-grandmother. Now, she doesn’t even recognize it.
No disrespect intended … but when your great-grandmother was younger, Antioch’s population was around 20,000 at the turn of the 60s. More houses, more growth comes more problems — it’s not just confined to Antioch.
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