ALCOTC looking for engineers, CoCo Townhall on vaccinations for children

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Good morning, it's Wednesday, Nov. 17. Here is your East Bay Update.

Alameda County Health Care Services Agency sponsors Cultural Toolbox

The Alameda County Health Care Services Agency is sponsoring a Cultural Toolbox workshop with a reflection on Indigenous deep healing practices this Thursday, Nov. 18 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The event will be led by Anton Treuer. To register for the event, click here.

Engineers looking for work? Look no further!

The Alameda County Transportation Commission is looking to fill a Senior Transportation Engineer position. According to the post, the full-time position starts with a salary of $131,353 and comes with extensive sick pay, health benefits and disability insurance.

Alameda County 'doubling down' on vaccination efforts for Latinx and Black/African American residents

More than 80% of Alameda County's Latinx and 74% of the county's Black population have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. According to the statement, more than 75% of the Latinx population and roughly 68% of Black have been fully vaccinated.

Contra Costa County Office of Education Townhall on Tuesday

The Contra Costa County Office of Education hosted a town hall Tuesday night on vaccinations for children ages 5-11. If you missed the conversation and are interested in reviewing what officials said, you can stream the town hall here. The office is hosting another town hall regarding vaccinations for children on Nov. 29, which can also be streamed at the same link.

Contra Costa County will host fifth and final Redistricting Public Hearing

Contra Costa County will host its fifth and final Redistricting Public Hearing on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at 9 a.m. Interested residents can review the Proposed Final Map and additional updates here. To comment on the proposal, click here.

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