Clarence C. Johnson 
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Re: “Town Business: Developer Wants to Stick MacArthur BART Tower's Affordable Units Entirely in Bottom Quarter of Building

Also, Trying to "jam" them into the bottom quarter? Would they have more space if they were "jammed" in the top quarter? The units have the same amount of space no matter where they are in the building, quit trying to imply that the affordable units are somehow substandard or smaller because of the location within the building. Affordability is a premium, views are premium. Whether you like it or not, more expensive units are subsidizing the affordable ones, the way it should be.

Could have easily been the headline, "Developer insists affordable units having most convenient access to BART"

Posted by Clarence C. Johnson on 03/06/2017 at 10:04 PM

Re: “Did An Oakland Cop Kill His Wife?

So EBX accepts the Alameda County DA's report on ex-OPD officer Gantt that there was no wrong doing, but is suspicious of Alameda County DA's report on the death of Lopez? Does not raise a single question about Gantt's trustworthiness, or that he may of mishandled evidence in an ongoing murder investigation where the suspect could face life in prison? Nope, DA says it was all fine so we'll leave it at that.

It seems like Bond-Graham only gives the benefit of the doubt to anyone in the OPD when they become a client of the authors friend Dan Siegel. If Siegel was not representing Gantt the only thing you would have heard about Gantt is how some innocent person may be going to jail because Gantt mishandled evidence.

Posted by Clarence C. Johnson on 11/10/2016 at 12:36 PM

Re: “Oakland Sergeant Says Police Chief, Mayor Retaliated Against Him For Investigating Cop Who May Have Killed Wife

"Around this same time, Gantt was suspended (on April 15), as a result of a domestic dispute with his spouse". Yeah, the author doesnt even link to his OWN article about what that domestic dispute was about - that Gantt was having his girlfriend write up his police reports. Did Dan Siegel ask the author not include this information as it may not portray his client in the best light? Or did the Author not include this link on his own accord. Either dishonest or incompetent journalism.

And dont even try to say that the lawsuit has NOTHING to do what he was suspended over - it has everything to do with it.

Posted by Clarence C. Johnson on 11/01/2016 at 9:19 AM

Re: “Oakland Sergeant Says Police Chief, Mayor Retaliated Against Him For Investigating Cop Who May Have Killed Wife

So East Bay Express does not even reference the own investigative pieces they wrote on Gantt, about how he mishandled evidence in a murder case, having his girlfriend (who was not a cop) writing up his police reports, not to mention the racist text messages. I guess the author can change his narrative once his buddy Dan Siegel decided to get in on this action.

Posted by Clarence C. Johnson on 11/01/2016 at 8:54 AM

Re: “Vote by Oakland Council President McElhaney Preceded Husband's Substantial Contract for UrbanCore Project. Was it a Conflict?

This article is so obviously trying to blur lines between fact and innuendo . "Preceded husbands contract for urban core project". Notice it says husbands contract for UrbanCore project, rather than husbands contract for Urbancore. That's because the contract the husband had wasn't actually with Urbancore, but with KCP. The $4000 went to KCP, not to the husband. Also, what's "substantial" contract, if we don't know how much her was her husband paid? Was it $100? $50? Is that "substantial"? Husbands contract with KCP is one thing, KCPs contract with Urbancore is another thing, and the only thing with a dollar value in this article and the only thing that can therefore be considered substantial? Yet the monetary impact for McElhaney is unknown.

Posted by Clarence C. Johnson on 07/15/2016 at 11:58 PM

Re: “Vote by Oakland Council President McElhaney Preceded Husband's Substantial Contract for UrbanCore Project. Was it a Conflict?

Did other employees of KCP donate to other councilmembers campaigns? That was conveniently left out of this article. Or did EBX not even look into that? Don't cherry pick facts to paint the narrative you want

Posted by Clarence C. Johnson on 07/15/2016 at 11:46 PM

Re: “Did the Express Get its Rent-Control Reform Ballot Measure Story Wrong? Hell No. Here's Why ...

But what BondGraham still hasn't answered is if there are plenty other examples of summaries exceeding 500 words, which is Katz original point. If that is the case, then there is no intent to delay.

Posted by Clarence C. Johnson on 06/08/2016 at 3:45 PM

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