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.
PG&E withdraws demolition permit application for Herndon control building, but may still tear down the 1930’s building.
Fresno Housing Division will be operating at less than 30% staffing in the coming weeks, so consultants to the tune of $417,510 are needed, but Council Member Soria and Bredefeld send stern warning to limit future use of consultants.
Assemi Group looking to develop Fig Garden investment and heeding to residents concerns in first meeting.
If Measure P passes, many questions arise on park impact fees and the Measure could become the darling of developers because it could mean parks impact fees never need to be raised for the next 30 years.
Item on Fresno City Council consent calendar would commit the city to the Proposition 218 process and ratepayers would get ample opportunity to opine on a proposed hike to their utility bill.
Heavy vehicular traffic in Fig Garden can currently cause risk to pedestrians, but what will happen to the walkability of Fig with higher-density housing arrives as mandated by the 2035 general plan?
Fresno’s Department of Transportation is getting into the ride share-game with the FAX Microtransit pilot project program where customers can download an app and request a ride.