The Piedmont Avenue Neighborhood
Improvement League (PANIL)
is an association of residents in Oakland founded in
1974, with six Steering Committee members and nine standing committees.
[See contacts page.]
PANIL keeps residents
informed about life in this neighborhood as well as matters related to
City government and City services.
PANIL is supported by
member dues (minimum $15/year), by advertising in PANIL Notes,
and by fund raising events held throughout the year.
here for more information on PANIL.
Next PANIL meeting: Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 7:30 pm
PANIL's September meeting will focus on some important local ballot measures: Measure X, an amendment to the Oakland City Charter that turns the current Citizens' Police Review Board into a Police Commission that has power to approve police policies and discipline officers who are found guilty of misconduct; the Renter Protection Act; and the Infrastructure and Affordable Housing Bond.
Thurs., Oct 6 at 7:30 pm (Note the change of date due to Yom Kippur)
PANIL will host a candidate's night for District One city offices. City Councilmember Dan Kalb is running for reelection; Kevin Corbett is running against him. School Board member Jody London is running for reelection, with Don Macleay, who has run for office twice before on the Green Party ticket, running opposite her. All four candidates will be at the PANIL meeting.
110 41st Street