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City Attorney’s Office

Herrera to argue for Oakdale Mob injunction

Three weeks after The City Attorney’s Office successfully obtained a temporary restraining order against a criminal street gang, the controversial case is set to go back to court. The City is attempting to prove that the Oakdale Mob, which is based in Bayview-Hunters Point, is a public nuisance and that a “safety zone” of four blocks where the mob operates should be established.

Board of Supervisors

Board to review economic strategy report

The Board of Supervisors is going to sound off on a preliminary report laying the groundwork for The City’s economic strategy for years to come. Supervisor Michela Alioto-Pier has requested a hearing Dec. 5 at 4 p.m. with the full board to discuss the report, which was developed by the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development. San Francisco voters mandated in 2004 that The City adopt a comprehensive economic development plan. The Board of Supervisors meets Tuesdays, at City Hall Room, Room 250.

Board sets annual wage rates for workers

Supervisors set prevailing wages for workers employed under contracts with The City for janitorial, parking, sewage hauling and other services. City contracting codes require workers to be paid the same “prevailing” wages received in the private sector. Each year The City’s Civil Service Commission sets the actual dollar amounts. The wages for identified worker classifications:

» Between $12.70 and $52.37 per hour for construction workers.

» $19.10 hourly for parking lot attendants.

» Between $27.95 and $39.79 hourly for theatrical workers.

» Between $16.65 and $16.92 for movers.

» $34.58 per hour for haulers of solid waste to sewage treatment plants.

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