Former Supervisor Gail Steele dies 

Founded Eden Youth Center

click to enlarge YOUTH ADVOCATE: Between stints in elected office, former Alameda County Supervisor Gail Steele founded the Eden Youth Center.

YOUTH ADVOCATE: Between stints in elected office, former Alameda County Supervisor Gail Steele founded the Eden Youth Center.

Former Alameda County Supervisor Gail Steele passed away on Friday, the East Bay Citizen reported. Steele, who represented the Hayward area on the Board of Supervisors for 18 years before retiring in 2010, also served eight years on the Hayward City Council. Her service to the public focused strongly on advocating for the well-being of the county's youth... East Bay progressive beacons Reps. Barbara Lee and Ro Khanna will lead the California Democratic delegation as co-chairs for this summer's presidential convention, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis is also a co-chair... Lee also got an unexpected boost from a Washington Post opinion writer who believes the long-time East Bay congresswoman should be considered as Joe Biden's running mate. Noting another wave of progressive wins in Congress recently, James Downie wrote, "If Biden wants to show he's listening to these voters, there's one name that apparently isn't on his current vice-presidential shortlist, but should be: Rep. Barbara Lee."... Contra Costa County is putting the brakes on its planned reopening of bars, gyms, indoor dining and other types of businesses, KTVU reports. An increase of Covid-19 cases is leading county health officials to postpone the reopening plan that was scheduled for this Wednesday... Fourth of July fireworks displays are canceled throughout the Bay Area this weekend, SFGate reports. That is, official fireworks shows will be canceled... Illegal fireworks are being blamed for a vegetation fire that occurred early Sunday morning in the Oak Knoll/Golf Links area of East Oakland, the East Bay Times reports... "All Lives Matter" was spray-painted on a Black-owned home in Oakland, ABC7 reports. In addition, the same phrase was spray-painted on cars in Alameda at a Black family's home.

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