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ALCO renters protections zoom call, Oakland job fair, Fifth CoCo redistricting meeting

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Good morning, it's Tuesday, Nov. 23.

Oakland Job Fair!

Youth UpRising, an East Oakland-based youth outreach program, is sponsoring a Job Fair Expo at the Oakland Coliseum on Dec. 2 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Roughly a dozen Fortune 500 and mutli-national corporations will be featured during the expo including Amazon, Southwest, Pepsi, Caltrans and many more. The entrance to the job fair will be on the south side of the Coliseum by the Bart entrance.

Alameda County eviction moratorium conference

The Oakland Tenants Union, in conjunction with United Way Bay Area, is urging residents to support an eviction moratorium zoom call today during a Board of Supervisors meeting. The session will start at 11 a.m. To dial into the board of supervisors meeting, click here.

Contra Costa County's fifth and final redistricting meeting

Contra Costa County will hold its fifth and final Redistricting Public Hearing today at 9 a.m. with the Proposed Final Map under consideration. To join the zoom meeting, click here. To review the final map, click here. The meeting will also be broadcast on Contra Costa TV: Comcast Cable 27, AT&T/U-verse 99 and WAVE 32.

Free HR hotline for Contra Costa County employers

The Contra Costa County Workforce Development Board has a free HR hotline for all county employers. The hotline can help employers with COVID-19 safety plans, proper hiring processes, wage laws and much more. The hotline is sponsored in part by the Contra Costa Small Business Development Center, California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the California Chamber of Commerce.

Above are some of the most interesting and relevant municipal, legal and health-related updates in the two major East Bay counties.

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