Southeast Fresno expansion can be seen by reading the 2018-19 city budget noting that $365,000 in Urban Growth Management funds would be set aside “for the acquisition of land for the future relocation of Station 10.”
Top business organization in Fresno endorses Tate Hill, Luis Chavez, and Brian Whelan to improve Fresno’s business climate.
Barbara Hunt, Fresno City Council’s “ranter in residence,” exemplified the best of Fresno by her presence.
Chief Jerry Dyer on Thursday asked for the Housing Authority to provide additional security at more than a dozen public housing complexes at a maximum cost of $296,146, which will come from the federal government to pay the salaries for two police officers plus a variety of operational costs.
Attorney Charles Bell, CA political influencer, sent a letter to the City of Fresno and Fresno County regarding the park sales tax requiring County approval to appear on the 2018 November ballot.
NBS, a financial consulting firm, hired to to review fees in the planning, development, and safety divisions was supposed to be done by Aug. 1st, but It’s not done.
This months meetings at the City Hall Planning Commission, Steering Committee for the West Area Specific Plan, and Fresno Metro Ministry plan for Blackstone give insight into the future of Fresno.
Fresno City Hall promotions Transportation Director Jim Schaad will become an assistant city manager and Greg Barfield, Transportation’s No. 2 leader, will move into the interim director’s job.
Despite many business on Blackstone Avenue, the eight-mile stretch of Blackstone from Downtown to River Park Shopping Center could use infrastructure and more projects to turn some parts of Blackstone into a booming section of Fresno.
Fresno Chamber of Commerce officially opposes Measure P and would have preferred a joint measure supporting public safety and parks.