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Politics 365 Podcasts Speaks with Port of Oakland Commissioner Michael Colbruno

In this Episode #6 of Politics 365 podcasts, we hear from Port Commissioner Michael Colbruno, Oakland, CA on the major issues facing the Port, automation, sustainability, community relations and covid recovery.

You can watch the full episode here.

Commissioner Michael Colbruno joined the Board of Port Commissioners in 2013. He was elected President of the Board from July 2016 to July 2017. He served as Second Vice President of the Board from July 2018 to July 2019.Michael Colbruno is a partner in the Milo Group of California, a government affairs firm. From 1999-2010, the Commissioner served as Vice President of Government Affairs for Clear Channel Outdoor/Northern California. Prior to joining Clear Channel, he worked in local and state government as a legislative director in the San Francisco Mayor’s office, and a chief-of-staff at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and California State Assembly. Throughout his extensive career in government affairs, Vice President Colbruno has overseen legislative activities and intergovernmental advocacy initiatives, media relations and community affairs throughout the Bay Area.

You may contact Commissioner Michael Colbruno at: Port of Oakland 520 Water Street Oakland, CA 94607 https://www.portofoakland.com/people/michael-colbruno/ (510) 627-1337

On the Politics 365 Podcasts, we engage political leaders, campaigns and issues that matter to you from city hall to Capitol Hill. Political rhetoric can be very compelling, infuriating and inspiring without much accountability. We focus on facts and separate political rhetoric from reality as we bring both sides together for a more civil discourse. That’s what Politics 365 is all about. If you want to join our podcast, advertise or learn more, please contact us at [email protected] or visit www.Politics365.com.

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