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Greg Adams replaces Bernard Tyson as chairman and chief executive officer of Kaiser Permanente - KAISER PERMANENTE

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  • Greg Adams replaces Bernard Tyson as chairman and chief government officer of Kaiser Permanente

Information you do not need to miss for Dec. 11:

1. Kaiser Permanente, which is headquartered in Oakland, introduced Greg Adams as its subsequent chairman and chief government officer, the San Francisco Chronicle experiences. Adams served earlier because the interim after the surprising loss of life final month of CEO Bernard Tyson. $$

2. Oakland handed an ordinance three years in the past requiring charges from builders in order to fund reasonably priced housing initiatives. “The town has collected just below $9 million in charges and distributed $4.eight million to assist fund about 160 new reasonably priced models — none of that are but below development. Oakland has not authorised any new initiatives which have utilized for funds from the charges since 2017,” the San Francisco Chronicle experiences. $$

3. Oakland apartment rents are now the second-most priciest in the Bay Area, after San Francisco, the Mercury Information experiences. Rents for a unit in Oakland elevated by 5.1 % this yr. $$

4. An audit by the California Public Utilities Fee discovered PG&E redirected $123 million over an almost a decade from a program to maneuver energy strains underground to different initiatives, the San Francisco Chronicle experiences. $$

5. A second trial for Derick Almena in the Ghost Ship warehouse fireplace that killed 36 individuals in Oakland three years in the past is coming subsequent yr. A mistrial was declared in Almena’s case earlier this yr in which he was charged with involuntary manslaughter. KTVU experiences Almena’s legal professionals are in search of data from the earlier trial’s jury in order to organize for the subsequent.

6. World Well-known Hotboys, the purveyors of Nashville-style sizzling hen sandwiches, is opening a spot at 1601 San Pablo Avenue in Oakland on the finish of the month, SF Eater experiences.

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