Fresno City Hall will spend close to $1.2bil in the fiscal year beginning July 1. That’s a lot of moola. Here are a baker’s dozen of interesting proposals.
Two procedural steps suggest Fresno’s South Stadium neighborhood may get some redevelopment action.
The program, which recently provided $15,000 in grants from students, has expanded its reach thanks to alumni engaging in the community.
The face-off: the Fresno Fire Department’s Fire Marshal versus the Fresno County Superior Court.
Public safety, parks, the city’s infrastructure and the general fund reserve all are getting what the Mayor sees as their fair share.
Parks advocates, still upset at Measure P’s defeat, point to a low ranking as work to be done while Mayor Lee Brand announced an increase in parks funding
While Gov. Gavin Newsom pushes increased funding to fight homelessness, the City of Fresno has to reckon with bigger needs: people on the ground.
While the City of Fresno prepares to restore and build parks with grant funding, there might be a need for greater stability at the Parks Department, too.
Amid a number of ongoing audits by the City of Fresno, Councilman Nelson Esparza wants the city’s Finance and Audit Committee to play a bigger role.
Officials at the Fresno Council of Governments are busy helping rebuild the regional transportation network for the 21st century. I’m guessing …