ALCO redistricting meeting, CoCo final town hall on childhood vaccinations

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Good morning. It's Tuesday, Nov. 30.

Alameda County Health Care Services Agency helps train residents to save lives

The Alameda County Health Care Services Agency has helped train more than 1.5 million people in a variety of trauma responses. Alameda County EMS and local trauma centers offer several classes. To learn more, click here.

Alameda County Board of Education redistricting meeting

The Alameda County Board of Education will host a meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. to discuss redistricting. This comes after Contra Costa County completed its redistricting process last week. To review the agenda for the Alameda County Board of Education meeting, click here. Additionally, to review potential district maps and offer feedback, click here.

Alameda County honors Castlemont star Michael Franklin

Castlemont High School, in conjunction with several other local organizations, is hosting an event to honor Michael Franklin. Franklin's legendary time at Castlemont High School helped lead the team to much regional and local success. The even will also offer free COVID-19 testing and vaccinations. The first of the three events will be on Dec. 3 in the Castlemont Gym located at 8601 MacArthur Blvd. For additional information, email

Contra Costa County's final town hall meeting on childhood vaccinations

The Contra Costa County Office of Education hosted its final town hall meeting on childhood vaccinations Monday night. Meeting info, agenda and streaming information is available here.

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

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