Past United States Soccer Federation Foundation grant reached 1,300 kids in Fresno during the 2017-18 fiscal year, and the new grant contains $39,000 in cash and $12,750 in soccer equipment.
Consent calendar item may give Pepsi exclusive deal to sell non-alcoholic beverages at all Convention Center events without bidding process if no council member pulls the Pepsi agenda item.
Fresno leaders gather to make the plea against Measure P stating parks are important, but they’re not the only need warranting additional money from the general fund.
The Fresno Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Chamber of endorsed Congressman Valadao for his bipartisan leadership on many issues.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Fresno Chamber endorsed Congressman Jim Costa touting his “true independent leadership in his role as chair of the House Blue Dog Coalition.”
David McDonald who played a pivotal role in the passage of Measure Z, zoo sales tax, backs Measure P.
Fresno leaders urge the public to imagine a time without a modern infrastructure to deliver water to all of society’s customers in a timely and reliable manner.
Senior Community Revitalization Specialist, Richard Salinas, who is responsible for compliance and enforcement of land use/conditional use permits receives an award from the California Association of Code Enforcement Officers (CACEO).
City of Fresno reviews process for possible rate increases in utilities to ensure rates adequately and efficiently fund the ongoing delivery of the essential services and accurately and proportionally reflect the City’s costs of service.
Fresno Hotel project is another piece of downtown revitalization, but many questions arise after September 27, 2018 council meeting.