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About Oakley, CA
Eventually, what became of what we currently knew as the of Oakley What ultimately became the Oakley we currently known as Oakley, was first bought by a man named as first buyer by a maned James O’Hara who worked for the government for $5 for each acre. For almost 20 years the O’Hara had went through a mass of the ridicule of the help adjoing commutates it the loss of neighboring land owners who reported that the that people could grow nothing.
However, in 1889, the isolated and barren sand that had bought some great money and undaunted.
In 1888, Mr. O’Hara established the Almond Growers Association of Eastern Contra Costa, and cultivated the property that was comprised of wild daises, live oak trees, and primarily of the. He planted some 80 acres of almonds after clearing the property. Sometime Later he added some 160 acres in fruit and nut sales. He owned some 7,000 productive acres by 1912.
In the meantime, O’Hara, had started etching his name in history which labeled him as one of the most progressive men in Contra Costa County. Eventually, the deeded that he donated for his Santa railroad depot which was what he considered property for the trade for a permanent rail depot in the community. The O’Hare name was changed to Oakley, California. This resulted the establishment of the Oakley’s future, and in name of the original name as O’Hara’s honor the original First Street was renamed to O’Hara Avenue.
However, by 1890, there weren’t many changes to Oakley That same year, O’Hara attempted to organize the Almond Growers Association of Eastern Conta Costa in Santa Fe, New Mexico. However, if it hadn’t been for a man named Mr. Marsh, who bought some of the land that belonged to O’Hara, a portion the property sold for some $50 each acre.
However, the Dal Porto family had great faith in Oakley. Onetime a fire threated destroy the entire community, they constructed many stores on Main street, a post office and Post offices were located along Main Street. In 1926, the hotel reopened. Two of the some of the son of Porto. One of these sons, opened a bar known is Ben’s Place, while the other sons established a garage that eventually became a Ford dealership.
In 1932, opened Sal Dal Porto passed away. He sold Ben’s Place to two men named Elmo and Eldo Jenner also bought the hotel.
Much of the western people and with the pioneers, the post was the pioneers of Oakley once teased that the only thing capable of growing in the community was sand. However, currently, some the local jokesters who frequently get the locals to, help them day by spreading rumors that frequently joke that the most successfully was 2 X 4, lumber. Oakley’s current building boom, during the middle 1980’s, started to earn a substantially increased pay for what they were in earnest, what a residential subdivision known as the Ranch. There were other developments that were followed, which included a self-help housing project that was located on Francisco Villa Way.
In the middle 1980’s marketed form housing slumped during the previous years, and the county and property developers worked with some environmental groups over the development rights in the region. However, it wasn’t the same as it was long before the bloom during the late 1980’s.
The population of Oakley was approximately 1,188, residents. The general plan by the county is for Oakley to double its size by the year 2000. In order to save the agricultural again tried to save the county in order to serve the community to serve the environmentalists, attempted to preserve the agriculture. However, the agricultural in Oakley roots. However, the landowners revolted, and simply sold their land to the highest bidder.