There will be a RCPC Town Hall in the Rockridge Library meeting room on Thursday November 15 from 7:30PM to 9PM about the Reuse/Redevelopment of the California College of Arts Oakland campus. http://rockridge.org/events/rcpc-town-hall-reuseredevelopment-california-college-art-campus-2018-11-15
First: the Bilger Quarry Historical Site at the south end of the Safeway parking lot.The Quarry was in operation from 1870 to 1923.It provided rock for Oakland’s roads. Now it serves as a reservoir for the Claremont Country Club.
Glen Echo Creek is the source of its water.
Third:Studio One on 45th St
This was the site of the Ladies Home Relief Society Children’s Home which was built in 1874.
Home of many notable students including Stephen Bechtel(1918),Ron Dellums(1953),Clint Eastwood(1949),Curt Flood(1956),Rickey Henderson(1976),Rod McKuen(1951),the Pointer Sisters:Ruth(1963),Anita(1965),Pat(1965),and Jack Soo(1934)
- It was built in 1864.It is Oakland Heritage Landmark Number 6.It is 1 of 5 historic homes owned by Oakland Sixth: King’s Daughters Home
It was designed by Julia Morgan and dedicated in 1912. It is now used by Kaiser Permanente.
Public Meeting Invitation – California College of the Arts Oakland Property Reuse Project
The California College of the Arts (CCA), along with local developers Equity Community Builders and Emerald Fund, invite you to join us at a community meeting to learn about future reuse plans for the Oakland CCA campus, ask questions, and provide input.
· Date: Monday, November 27, 2017
· Time: 7 to 8:30 p.m.
· Location: Oakland Technical High School Library
4351 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94611
· Parking: Parking available at the school. Please enter the gate on 45th Street closest to Manila Avenue.
Please feel free to forward this invitation on to interested parties. If you have any questions or want more information, please call CCA Community Relations Consultant Tracy Craig at (510) 334-4866 or email@example.com.
Photos taken at the 2016 Fair