One challenge is acquiring the authority to implement a lengthy list of priorities set out by Fresno County’s Supervisors. The other is court rulings.
Fresno’s City Hall never effectively planned for the 1980s kickstart to development in the West of Highway 99 area. Now, it’s trying to catch up.
Fresno City Hall’s political tension is pouring over into all facets – including a cautious report from the city’s Citizens Public Safety Advisory Board.
Reports are rosy about Fresno’s experiment to put “unique straws in the ground” at Leaky Acres basin to replenish the city’s underground aquifer.
Fresno’s planning commission voted 5-0 to recommend approval by the Fresno City Council for a fourth building at Fig Garden Financial Center.
Despite high-speed rail’s shaky future, the rail line will kill Belmont Avenue’s historic “subway” but recognize the trail it blazed in the 20th Century.
The Fresno Council of Government is looking at the needs, wants, and logistics of providing mobility for 1 million people across 6,000 square miles.
For the tenth year in a row, Fresno State has provided more than 1 million hours of volunteer service to the local community.
Fresno is making great strides forward but much more needs to be done, Mayor Lee Brand said last Wednesday in his State of the City address.
With China’s restrictions on importing recycled material, Valley cities are beginning to have to pay processors to deal with your recycling.