In 1902, Oakland was incorporated and elected its first Mayor and Council. After World War II, Oakland began its rapid development of permanent residents as commuting time to work became less and country living became more desirable. In the 1950's, Oakland was a non-farm community, earning its title as “The Valley of Homes”.
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Danny D'Ellia Building, 24 Lawlor Drive.