Memo Revision

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Zachery Dean

Memo 1
CITY OF OAKLAND
Office of the Mayor

To: Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Subject: "Tolerance"

As you are surely aware, an unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers has been in existence at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement until very recently. It was of grave concern to many, as well as myself, as you have been made aware. The issue resulted in a major public controversy along with personnel adjustments that I found necessary to maintain the high standard that should be held by public officials.

The unaltered policy of this administration is that no department shall adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility. The informing principle must be that no one in Oakland is above the law. Each resident of Oakland should and will be held to the same standards regardless of position held in this administration.

I fully expect each department to operate under that principle from this point forward without any delay. Let us serve as a reminder that this is our policy and there shall be no deviation of any degree from it.

Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department as soon as possible. Feel free to contact me for any questions or clarity on the policy.

Memo 2
Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
Conference Summary

To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion
Date: May 27, 2014

The subject of the conference held was high-temperature dry corrosion. These key topics were discussed during the time:

1. Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures mainly focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.

2. The use of Microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys. The speakers were from the University of Washington and MIT.

3. Hot corrosion and erosion. This was one of the most interesting topics discussed, thanks to the speakers from Penn State and Westinghouse.

4. Future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion. There were five different viewpoints that the topic was discussed from and it will be visited again in future conferences.

1. University research
2. Government research
3. Industry research
4. European industry research
5. European government research

5. Corrosion of ceramics; specifically the oxidation of Si3N4. One paper presented dealt with the formation of Si ALON, which could possibly be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4. There was no data confirming or denying the paper, but the topic seems promising and should be pursued further.

Please feel free to contact me and I will be glad to discuss any of the topics if any questions or concerns come up.


Randall Ferrance

Memo 1
CITY OF OAKLAND
Office of the Mayor

To: Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Subject: "Tolerance"

As you may already know, an unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers was in existence until recently at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. That policy was of grave concern to myself and many others. It has also resulted in a major public controversy and forced personnel adjustments deemed necessary to restore public trust in the department.

It is the unaltered policy of this administration that no department shall at any time adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility. The operating principle must be that no one in Oakland is above the law.

I fully expect that each department operates accordingly, but let us serve as a reminder that this is our policy and that there shall be no deviation from it.

Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department.

**Memo 2 **
Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
MEMO

To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion
Date: May 27, 2014

The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion. Some of the topics discussed included:

1. Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.

2. The use of microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys. The speakers were from the University of Washington and MIT.

3. Hot corrosion and erosion. The speakers were from Penn State and Westinghouse. This was one of the more interesting topics.

4. Future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion were discussed from five viewpoints:

1. University research
2. Government research
3. Industry research
4. European industry research
5. European government research

5. Corrosion of ceramics, especially the oxidation of Si3N4. One paper dealt with the formation of Si ALON, which could be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4. This topic should be pursued.


Kai Lu

Memo 1

CITY OF OAKLAND
Office of the Mayor

To: Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Subject: Thoughts on the unwritten policy of "Tolerance" at department of law enforcement.

The purpose of this memo is to urge people in department of law enforcement to avoid the unwritten policy of “tolerance”.

As you are surely aware, an unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers exists at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. It was not only a grave concern to me but also resulted in a major public controversy and necessary personnel adjustments.

It is the unaltered policy of this administration that no department shall at any time adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility. The informing principle must be that no one in Oakland is above the law.

I fully expect that each department will operate under that principle and safeguard the justice of the law. Let us serve as a reminder that there shall be no deviation from that policy.

Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department. If you have any questions regarding these recommendations, please contact me and I’m glad to discuss them with you.

Memo 2

Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
MEMO

To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion
Date: May 27, 2014

The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion. The topics were discussed in the conference include:

1 - Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.

2 - The use of microscopy to study the micro-structure of thick film formation on metals and alloys. The speakers were from the University of Washington and MIT.

3 - Hot corrosion and erosion, most interesting topic discussed in conference. The speakers were from Penn State and Westinghouse.

4 – Five viewpoints discussed in Future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion.

1 - University research
2 - Government research
3 - Industry research
4 - European industry research
5 - European government research
5 - Corrosion of ceramics, especially the oxidation of Si3N4. One paper dealt with the formation of Si ALON, which could be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4. This topic should be pursued.

Please contact me if you want to discuss these topics with me. I welcome any questions or concerns you may have toward these topics.


Christian Whitehead

Memo 1

CITY OF OAKLAND
Office of the Mayor

To: Department Heads
From: Christine Rawlins, Oakland City Mayor
Subject: Unwritten “Tolerance” policy at the department of law enforcement

For those unaware, an unwritten policy of “tolerance” for public officials and police officers was in existence until recently at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. This policy was of grave concern to me, and resulted in a major public controversy causing the adjustment of necessary personnel.

It is the unaltered policy of this administration that no department shall adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility at any time. The informing principle must be that no one in Oakland is above the law.

Each department must operate under this principle, but let this serve as a reminder that this is our policy, and no deviation from this policy will be tolerated.

Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department.

Memo 2

Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
MEMO

To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion
Date: May 27, 2014

The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion. Some of the topics discussed were:

1. Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures presented focused on the effect of spectroscopy on oxidation and corrosion.

2. Speakers from University of Washington and MIT discussed the effect of microscopy on the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys.

3. One of the highlights of the conference was the presentation by speakers from Penn State and Westinghouse on topic of hot corrosion and erosion.

4. Five viewpoints for future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion were discussed:
1. University research
2. Government research
3. Industry research
4. European industry research
5. European government research

5. Corrosion of ceramics, especially the oxidation of Si3N4 (silicon nitride). One paper presented dealt with the formation of Sialon, a high-temperature refractory material with high strength and great resistance properties. This topic should be pursued, as it could be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4.

Kaitlynn Gessner
*Memo 1*

To: Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Subject: No one in Oakland is above the law
Date: June 6, 2014

The purpose of this memo is to remind Law Enforcement departments that no person in Oakland is above the law.

The unwritten policy, called “tolerance”, that allows public officials and police officers to avoid the law defaces the official principle of the Law Department and must be eliminated.

As you are surely aware, an unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers was in existence until recently at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. This unwritten policy resulted in a major public controversy and necessary personnel adjustments. I will remind those that it is the official principle of this administration that no department shall adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility at any time.

The informing principle must be that no one in Oakland is above the law.

I fully expect that each department is operating under that principle, but let us serve as a reminder that this is our policy and that there shall be no deviation from that policy. Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department and contact me if you have any further questions regarding the policy.

Memo 2

To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion
Date: May 27, 2014

The purpose of this memo is to give an overview of what was discussed at the Charles research conference.

The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion. Some of the topics discussed were:

1 – Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.

2 – The use of microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys. The Presenters were from the University of Washington and MIT.

3 - Hot corrosion and erosion. The speakers were from Penn State and Westinghouse.

4 - Future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion were discussed from five viewpoints:

1 - university research
2 - government research
3 - industry research
4 - European industry research
5 - European government research

5 - Corrosion of ceramics, especially the oxidation of Si3N4. One paper dealt with the formation of Si ALON, which could be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4.

Though all the presentations were interesting, it is important to note that further research should be conducted on the formation of Si ALON. Please pass this memo on anyone who might have missed the conference. If you have any further questions or would like more details about the conference please contact me.

Aaron Mabee

Memo 1
CITY OF OAKLAND

Office of the Mayor
To: Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Subject: "Tolerance"

As many of you are aware, an unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers has been in existence at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement until recently. This policy was of grave concern to myself and many others and has since resulted in major public controversy along with necessary personnel adjustments.

The unaltered policy of this administration entrusts that no department shall adopt, adapt, endorse, or utilize any policy of favoritism in all aspects of its enforcement responsibility. The informing principle must be one that ensures no person in Oakland is held above the law.

I fully expect that each department will operate under this principle. Let us serve as a reminder that this is our policy and that there shall be no deviations from the policy.

Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department.

Memo 2

Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
MEMO

Date: May 27, 2014
To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion

The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion. Key topics discussed are as follows:

1 - Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.

2 - The use of microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys. The speakers were from the University of Washington and MIT.

3 - Hot corrosion and erosion was also discussed. The speakers were from Penn State and Westinghouse.

4 - Future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion were discussed from five viewpoints:
1 - University research
2 - Government research
3 - Industry research
4 - European industry research
5 - European government research

5 - Corrosion of ceramics with an emphasis on the oxidation of Si3N4. Research showed the formation of Si ALON is an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4 that should be pursued.

Please contact me with any further questions or concerns about the conference.


Peilin Zhang

Memo 1

CITY OF OAKLAND
Office of the Mayor
To: Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Subject: "About the unaltered policy of this administration"
Date: xx-xx-xxxx

Every department should be fully aware of the unaltered policy of this administration.

The policy says that no department shall at any time adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility.

As you are surely aware, an unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers was in existence at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement until recently. That policy was of grave concern to me, and resulted in a major public controversy and necessary personnel adjustments.

The informing principle must be that no one in Oakland is above the law. This is our policy and that there shall be no deviation from that policy.

Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department as soon as possible, contact me if you have any question with the policy.

Memo 2

Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
MEMO

Date: May 27, 2014
To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion

Just a quick note about few topics been discussed in the Charles Research Conference.

The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion.

Some of the topics discussed were
1 - Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.
2 - The use of Microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys. The speakers were from the University of Washington and MIT.
3 - One of the most interesting topics was hot corrosion and erosion. The speakers were from Penn State and Westinghouse.
Corrosion of ceramics, especially the oxidation of Si3N4 is a problem. One paper dealt with the formation of Si ALON, which could be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4. Though some of the concepts remained undeclared, this topic should be pursued further.

At last, here are five viewpoints for the future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion, these should be learnt more.
1 - university research
2 - government research
3 - industry research
4 - European industry research
5 - European government research

Please contact me if you have any question about the topics we discussed in the conference.


Joe Gentry

Memo 1
CITY OF OAKLAND
Office of the Mayor

To: Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Subject: The unwritten policy of "Tolerance"

As many of you may already know, an unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers was in existence until recently at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. That policy was of grave concern to many people, including myself. You may know this policy resulted in a major public controversy and necessary personnel adjustments for our administration.

It is the unaltered policy of this administration that no department shall at any time adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility. The informing principle must be that no one in Oakland is above the law. All citizens of Oakland are equal and shall be held to the same standards.

I fully expect that each department is operating under that principle. Let us serve, as a reminder, that this is our policy and that there shall be no deviation from that policy.

Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department. If anyone has any questions, regarding this memo, please feel free to contact me.

Memo 2
Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
MEMO

To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Date: May 27, 2014
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion

The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion. Some of the topics discussed included:

1 - Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.

2 - The use of microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys, which was presented by speakers from the University of Washington and MIT discussed

3 - Hot corrosion and erosion, which was one of the more interesting topics. The subject was presented by speakers from Penn State and Westinghouse.

4 - Future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion were discussed from five viewpoints:

1. University research
2. Government research
3. Industry research
4. European industry research
5. European government research

5 - Corrosion of ceramics, especially the oxidation of Si3N4. One paper dealt with the formation of Si ALON, which could be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4. This topic should be pursued, as it could allow you to save money.

Please feel free to contact me if any questions arise about the conference.


Van VanKerckhove
Memo 1 Revision

City of Oakland
Office of the Mayor

To: Department Heads, Office of the Mayor
From: Christine Rawlins, Mayor
Date: June 6, 2014
Subject “Tolerance” Policy in Law Enforcement

As the heads of this administration are aware, there was a policy of “tolerance” shown to public officials and police officers in the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. This policy is a grave concern to me and has resulted in major public controversy and related personnel adjustments.
This policy gave special “tolerance” in the law to public officials and police officers. The policy of this administration is that no department shall adopt, utilize, or endorse any policy of favoritism in its enforcement responsibility. This policy of no special tolerance should inform the officials, officers, and the public that no one in Oakland is above the law.
I expect that each department of this administration is operating under this policy of no special tolerance and the principle that no one is above the law. However, let this serve as a reminder that this is the policy of the administration and all departments and that there will be no deviation or altering of this policy. The enforcement of this policy will show the public that the administration is just and fair and help promote a sense of fairness within Oakland.
Please review this policy and ensure that all necessary personnel have reviewed and understand it as well. Thank you for your time.

Memo 2 Revision

Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
MEMO

To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Date: May 27, 2014
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion

The subject matter of the Charles Research Conference was high-temperature dry corrosion and has multiple central topics that were discussed.
The fine main topics on high-temperature dry corrosion where as follows
1) Thin film formation on metal surfaces with a focus on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.

2) The use of microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys given by speakers from the University of Washington and MIT.
3) Hot corrosion and erosion given by speakers from Penn State and Westinghouse.
4) Future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion from five viewpoints:
a. University research
b. Government research
c. Industry research
d. European industry research
e. European government research
5) Corrosion of ceramics with an emphasis on the oxidation of Si3N4 with points that Si ALON is an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4 that should be pursued.
Please contact me with any further questions about the conference.


Wesley Thurston

Memo 1
CITY OF OAKLAND
Office of the Mayor

To: Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Date: May 6, 2014
Subject: An Unwritten Policy of "Tolerance"

The purpose of this memo is to remind staff that no person is above the law.

As you are surely aware, an unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers was in existence, until recently, at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. That policy was of grave concern to me and, as you know, resulted in a major public controversy and necessary personnel adjustments.

It is the unaltered policy of this administration that no department shall, at any time, adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility.

I fully expect that each department is operating under that principle, but let us serve as a reminder that this is our policy and that there shall be no deviation from that policy.

Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department.

Memo 2
Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
MEMO

To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Date: May 27, 2014
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion

The purpose of this memo is to pass on some important information from the Charles Research Conference on Corrosion.

The main subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion.

The following is a list of key topics that were discussed:
1 - Thin film formation on metal surfaces: The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.
2 - The use of microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys: The speakers were from the University of Washington and MIT.
3 - One of the most interesting topics was hot corrosion and erosion. The speakers were from Penn State and Westinghouse.
4 - Future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion were discussed from five viewpoints:
1 - University research
2 - Government research
3 - Industry research
4 - European industry research
5 - European government research
5 - Corrosion of ceramics, especially the oxidation of Si3N4: One paper dealt with the formation of Si ALON, which could be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4. This topic should be pursued.

Please pass this on to the relevant personnel. Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions regarding the conference.


James Crabb

Memo 1
CITY OF OAKLAND
Office of the Mayor

To: Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Subject: "Tolerance"

It has come to our attention that an unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers was in existence at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. That policy was of grave concern and resulted in a major public controversy and necessary personnel adjustments.

It is the unaltered policy of this administration that no department shall at any time adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility. The informing principle must be that no one in Oakland is above the law.

It is fully expected that each department is operating under that principle, but let this serve as a reminder that this is our policy and that there shall be no deviation from that policy.
Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department and thank you for your time.

Memo 2
Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
MEMO

Date: May 27, 2014
To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion

The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion. Some of the topics discussed included:
1 - Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.

2 - The use of microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys. (University of Washington and MIT)

3 - Hot corrosion and erosion. This topic was widely the most popular. (Penn State and Westinghouse)

4 - Future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion were discussed from five viewpoints:
A - University Research
B - Government Research
C - Industry Research
D - European Industry Research
E- European Government Research

5 - Corrosion of ceramics, especially the oxidation of Si3N4. One paper dealt with the formation of Si ALON, which could be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4. This topic should be pursued and further developed.

Feel free to contact me with any questions.


Ain Haas
Memo 1
CITY OF OAKLAND
Office of the Mayor
To: Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Subject: "Tolerance"

This memo is to remind all departments that the policy of “Tolerance” is unacceptable and no persons in Oakland are above the law.

Until recently there was an unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers that was in existence at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. The use of this policy was a grave concern to many as well as my own and resulted in a major public controversy which, subsequently, called for necessary personnel adjustments.

The official and unaltered policy of this administration is that no department shall at any time adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility. The informing principle must be that no one in Oakland is above the law. Any resident of Oakland shall be held equally accountable under the law regardless of any position they hold.

I fully expect each department to now be operating under that principle. Let this serve as a reminder that this is our policy and there shall be no deviation from it under any circumstance.
Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department.

Memo 2
Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
MEMO

Date: May 27, 2014
To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion

This memo is to outline the topics discussed at the Charles research conference
The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion. Some of the topics discussed were:
1 - Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.
2 - The use of microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys. The presentations speakers were from the University of Washington and MIT.
3 - Hot corrosion and erosion. The presentation speakers were from Penn State and Westinghouse.
4 - Future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion were discussed from five viewpoints.
- University research
- Government research
- Industry research
- European industry research
- European government research
5 - Corrosion of ceramics, especially the oxidation of Si3N4 and the formation of Si ALON.
There should be further research into the formation of Si Alon as it could be an inexpensive substitute for silicon nitride (Si3N4).
Please circulate this memo for anyone who had missed the conference. If there are any questions or want a more detailed summary feel free to contact me.


Runtian Lu

Memo 1

To: MISSING NAME, Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Date: MISSING COMPLETE AND CURRENT DATE
Subject: Existence of “Tolerance” in DOLE Recently

This memo is to remind the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement that there should be no tolerance on any public officials and police officers.

As you are surely aware, an unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers was in existence until recently at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. That policy was of grave concern to the public society in Oakland. It resulted in a major public controversy and necessary personnel adjustments.
We should always remind that the unaltered policy of our administration is that no department shall at any time adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility.

The unwritten principle must be that no one in Oakland is above the law. I fully expect that each department is operating under this principle, but let us serve as a reminder that this is our policy and that there shall be no deviation from that policy.

Please convey this information to everyone in your department.

Memo 2

To: R. Martins, MISSING JOB TITLE
From: J. Smith, MISSING JOB TITLE
Date: May 27, 2014
Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion

Overview about the Charles Research Conference on Corrosion.

The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion. Some of the topics discussed were:
1 - Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.
2 - The use of microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys. The speakers were from the University of Washington and MIT.
3 - Hot corrosion and erosion as one of the most interesting topics. The speakers were from Penn State and Westinghouse.
4 – Five future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion were discussed.
* 1 - University research
* 2 - Government research
* 3 - Industry research
* 4 - European industry research
* 5 - European government research
5 - Corrosion of ceramics, especially the oxidation of Si3N4. One paper dealt with the formation of Si ALON, which could be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4. This topic should be pursued.

Please convey this memo to related personnel. Feel free to contact me if anyone has any questions about the conference.


Kasey Owen

Memo 1

CITY OF OAKLAND
Office of the Mayor

To: Department Heads
From: Mayor Christine Rawlins
Subject: A Reminder Regarding “Tolerance” and Policies of Law Enforcement
Date: Month, Day, Year

This is a reminder about the recent eradication of the illicit policy of “tolerance” from the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement and my expectations of full compliance with legitimate enforcement policies.

Due to the recent public disturbance caused by the exposure of illegitimate policies in practice, the informing principle of your department must be that no one in Oakland is above the law.

An unwritten policy of "tolerance" for public officials and police officers was discovered to be in existence until recently at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. That policy was justifiably of grave concern to me; it resulted in a major public controversy that led to necessary personnel adjustments. The lawful policy of this administration states that: no department shall at any time adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement responsibility.

I fully expect that each department is currently operating under the accepted principle. Let our honest actions and compliance with these guidelines serve as a reminder to the community that there shall be no deviation from the legitimate policy by anyone.

Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department, and do not hesitate to contact me with information or questions regarding any deviation from the aforementioned expectations of conduct.

Memo 2

Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
MEMO

To: R. Martins
From: J. Smith
Subject: Topics Covered at the Charles Research Conference on Corrosion
Date: May 27, 2014

The purpose of this memo is to provide a succinct overview of the five fundamental issues addressed at the Charles Research Conference on Corrosion.

The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion. The most notable topics discussed were:

1. Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy.

2 . The use of microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys. The speakers were from the University of Washington and MIT.

3. Hot corrosion and erosion. The speakers were from Penn State and Westinghouse.

4. Future research directions for high-temperature dry corrosion. These directions were discussed from five viewpoints:

a. University research
b. Government research
c. Industry research
d. European industry research
e. European government research

5. Corrosion of ceramics, especially the oxidation of Si3N4. One paper dealt with the formation of Si ALON, which could be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4.

It is important to note that the topic of Si ALON functioning as a sufficient alternative for Si3N4 should be pursued.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or would like clarification or elaboration on any of these topics.


Michelle Duong
Memo 1

CITY OF OAKLAND
Office of the Mayor 



To: Department Heads

From: Mayor Christine Rawlins

Subject: "Tolerance"



Until recently, an unwritten policy of “tolerance” for public officials was in effect at the Oakland Department of Law Enforcement. The policy, which was of grave concern to many others and me, resulted in a major public controversy with necessary personnel adjustments. 

Therefore, no department shall at any time adopt, utilize, adapt, or endorse any policy of favoritism in any aspect of its enforcement as it is the unaltered policy of this administration. As a principle, no one in Oakland should be above the law.

Let this be a reminder that there shall be no deviation from the policy that was put forth. I fully expect each department to operate under that principle.

Please convey this information to the necessary personnel in your department. Please contact me with any concerns regarding this message.

**Memo 2 



Diversified Chemicals, Inc.
Conference Summary**

To: R. Martins

From: J. Smith

Subject: Charles Research Conference on Corrosion
Date: May 27, 2014

The subject of the conference was high-temperature dry corrosion. Some of the topics discussed were the following:

- Thin film formation on metal surfaces. The lectures focused on the study of oxidation and corrosion by spectroscopy. 


- Speakers from the University of Washington and MIT spoke about the use of microscopy to study the microstructure of thick film formation on metals and alloys. 


- The speakers from Penn State and Westinghouse spoke about hot corrosion and erosion, which were one of the most interesting topics of the conference.

- Five different research viewpoints discussed the future directions for high-temperature dry corrosion. They were as followed:
1 - university research

2 - government research

3 - industry research

4 - European industry research

5 - European government research

- Corrosion of ceramics, including the oxidation of Si3N4. One paper dealt with the formation of Si ALON, which could be an inexpensive substitute for Si3N4. This topic should be pursued.

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