It All Comes Down to the Unions 

Oakland city services, from libraries to parks and tree maintenance, will be devastated unless public workers agree to substantial concessions.

The Oakland Public Library system may be set for disaster in Mayor Jean Quan's worst-case budget scenario, but it's not the only fundamental quality-of-life service on the chopping block. Oakland's revered arts funding program could be devastated, too. And park maintenance and…

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