Oak Street lady is a phrase that refers to a lady who presumably lives on Oak Street, or is at least concerned with the street, as she asks the mayor to add stop signs to it in Nocan the Contrarian (episode). She had orange hair and glasses, with a turquoise shirt, pink vest, and blue skirt.
She is seen waiting near the front of the line for the Funbots' concert. Her pink vest is visible directly above the hair of the dodgeball girl. She appears to be accompanying a boy wearing a red-colored hooded sweatshirt and blue pants. She is standing behind a woman wearing a blue turtleneck with a high-bound brown ponytail.
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the lady on the far right in this scene from The Rise of Miss Power looks similar, but appears to be a different person