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“My faith has dwindled a little,” Mike said. “I just try to keep my head down and go day by day.”. Pam sees it differently. One of those blessings is happening Friday night, no matter if she becomes homecoming queen. “I might be a little bummed if I don’t win,” Riley said. Through the “Make-A-Wish” Foundation, Riley was given the opportunity to choose any dream. She considered asking if she could be a homecoming queen. Her friend Jimmy Quick told her she didn’t need to use up her wish on that. She would probably be voted queen without asking.

She chose a trip to Italy as her Make-A-Wish green leather ballet shoes - full sole or split sole - adult sizes dream, Homecoming queen could be a reality, “It’s a big honor,” Riley said, “It’s a lady who represents the school.”, Here’s the thing about Riley McCoy: She voted for someone else, More than 30 friends and relatives will be in the stands for the homecoming queen announcement, Her parents hope for the best, but they reminded her that it’s an honor just to be nominated, She will find out about an hour after sunset, when Riley could shine in the moonlight..

OAKLAND — On Dec. 2, 2007, a special team comprised of Oakland police and state liquor license officials exposed 21 Grand, an auto shop-turned-music-and-performance venue that was hosting unpermitted events in the city’s KONO district. Nine years later to the day, the worst fire in the city’s history ripped through a Fruitvale warehouse, killing 36 people, nearly all of whom were guests at an underground dance party. Related ArticlesJury selection in Ghost Ship trial set for AprilProminent Ghost Ship prosecutor resigns weeks before case goes to trialThe inauspicious coincidence struck a cord with 21 Grand co-founder Sarah Lockhart. Her venue lacked a cabaret license, and eventually shut down, in part due to the difficulties in attempting to retrofit the former autoshop and bring it up to modern seismic and building codes, she said. To Lockhart, the irony was clear.

“The fact that the Ghost Ship fire happened on the ninth green leather ballet shoes - full sole or split sole - adult sizes anniversary of 21 Grand getting busted, well that had personal significance to me,” she said, “I felt like that fire was, in a way, a tragic result of the way the city policed underground venues in the mid 2000’s.”, In the wake of the deadly fire, city officials are beginning to acknowledge the permitting system, which many event producers have described as costly, cumbersome and oftentimes discriminatory, is in need of an overhaul if it’s going to be an effective tool in bringing underground events into the light, said Greg Minor, an assistant to the city administrator, Last week, the group sent out a survey seeking input from the community on ways to streamline the system..

It marked the first public attempt to solicit feedback. The city formed a task force earlier this year comprised of representatives from various city departments, including police, fire, building and cultural affairs. There has been one invite-only listening session, where task force members heard from people involved in the local entertainment industry. “If you have a burdensome permitting process, and on the other side, a lack of enforcement and maybe other issues that discourage people from coming forward, maybe revealing a nonconforming building (for example), it would probably encourage someone to not seek a permit,” Minor said. “In theory, the (special event permit) process is to promote safe events and to help mitigate the impacts of events on neighbors.”.

But many event producers remain concerned about whether the proposed system will retain the police department as the primary agency determining which events get approved, and when they do, whether they require costly security details, Enforcement of city laws regulating events has ebbed and flowed over the years, Minor said, Any dance party, concert, performance, art green leather ballet shoes - full sole or split sole - adult sizes or other event with more than 50 people that is open to the public, where alcohol will be served and consumed outside of private property, or where sound can be heard from outside the property, requires a special event permit, or for ongoing entertainment, a cabaret license, But in the recent past, Minor said enforcing those rules hasn’t been a priority of the police department..

For example, Oakland police Officer Hector Chavez visited the Ghost Ship warehouse space in March 2015, and wrote a report about an unpermitted dance party happening there. He forwarded that information to the department’s Vice Unit, according to city officials. That report was then forwarded to the department’s Alcohol Beverage Action Team, where it is still marked pending. It’s not likely the city will begin allocating more resources to crack down on illegal events, Minor said. Instead, city officials are hoping that by making it easier for people to apply for a permit, more people will come out of the shadows.

For events of a certain size, there has been little incentive to do so, Pendarvis Harshaw, an Oakland journalist and photographer, has, for the past four years, co-hosted an underground event series in West Oakland that sometimes includes musical performances, movie screenings and political events, He and his co-hosts green leather ballet shoes - full sole or split sole - adult sizes alert neighbors in advance of their activities, hire security details for larger events, monitor parking and pick up trash around the neighborhood afterwards, he said, They have fire extinguishers onsite and clearly marked exits for the backyard venue, Harshaw said, But with fewer than 200 people per event, he said he sees little benefit in requesting a permit, which requires a $50 fee, event insurance and could include hiring police officers to staff the shows, the latter of which can cost up to several thousand dollars..

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