In what perhaps serves as a fitting coda to the outgoing Ron Dellums administration, the mayor’s interview last night with Belva Davis, broadcast on Oakland’s KTOP-TV, has been archived nowhere that I can find. (The archive is now up!)

Luckily, we captured audio from a piece of it, including the mayor’s answer to one of the most frequent criticisms levied at him: That he has been inaccessible. (See here, here, here, and, oh, here.)

The mayor’s answer, in a nutshell: His family comes first.

Listen: Belva Davis interviews Ron Dellums

The full interview will be re-broadcast on TV and on the web Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

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