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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

2011 Year In East Bay Citizen Covers

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Nothing fits the egotism of trying to name a 300 mile Bay Area bike trail
after yourself other than "Me! Me! Me!"

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The drowning of death of Raymond Zack still haunts Alameda after the
city's pubic safety agencies stood and did nothing while he died in the bay.

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Not only was San Leandro cop Jason Fredriksen accused of selling pot,
but he left behind poignant and incriminating photos on the Internet.

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Rep. Pete Stark, the liberal darling of the East Bay, could be in for a
tough re-election battle in 2012, but he isn't backing down.

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Some commenters said the use of this infamously hilarious photo of
Mayor Stephen Cassidy was a low blow and that was the point.

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Oakland isn't the only East Bay city looking at imposing gang injunctions.
Hayward's plan hasn't been implemented as they await guidance from Oakland.

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San Leandro's new mayor vowed transparency, but early in the year, some
council members said decisions are being made without their input.

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Sure, cleavage on the cover is a tabloid staple, but that wasn't
the only appearance of impropriety on this day.



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Let's be honest, the original photo was blurry and the only one available and
Joe Montana's face would never appear on this site. Thanks, PhotoShop.

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Hayward Councilman Bill Quirk is in for a tough campaign in 2012.
Although, he is in a good position, will he be smiling this time next year?

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One of the few editorial covers in 2011. San Leandro's City
Council has proven to be the East Bay's most uninspired
and weakest council in the area.

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