Fresno City Council approved raises for council members and added more meetings, and tomorrow they could possibly make meetings more productive by limiting proclamations.
Fresno streets seem to be closed regularly, but the City is trying to strongly encourage companies and developers to play by the rules, work swiftly, then pick up those safety cones so the movement of traffic can once again return to normal.
The Fresno City Council will review the widening of Polk Avenue West of the 99, which could be another step in addressing the overall infrastructure challenges in the area.
Measure P failed, but the walkability of Fresno needs improvement, and the Planning Commission may start with an access point to the San Joaquin River bottom in North Fresno.
Fresno City Council to determine if Annadale Commons Apartments, a proposed 40-unit low-income senior rental housing project with a price tag of $14.14 million, is the answer to the affordable housing shortage.
The proposed ordinance would increase council members pay from $65,000 annually to $80,000, and the council president pay would increase from $70,170 to $85,000 for each council member commencing a new term of office.
Fresno City Council agenda this Thursday includes a discussion of: an 11-member Displacement Task Force, RDA’s housing successor with the sale of BRIO in downtown, BRT, and more which will guide Fresno’s growth into the future.
Fresno Police Auditor John Gliatta’s third quarter report reviewed several investigations by the Police Department’s Internal Affairs Division where body cameras proved effective.
Fresno State Athletic Corp. financial statement shows a $1 million dollar gap in the red, but as always the bills will get paid.
Fresno City Council to discuss a federal grant for the specific purpose of acting “on evidence resulting from sexual assault kits” that have yet to be tested.