In a veto message, Fresno Mayor Lee Brand said the City Council failed to collaborate with his administration and the policy broke with the City Charter.
Fresno County’s half-cent sales tax for regional transportation has been in effect since 1986. Leaders are looking to extend it in 2022, five years early.
One of Police Auditor John Gliatta’s case studies on the Fresno Police Department reaffirms the amount of sound judgment it takes to be a police officer.
To keep Fresno’s highways clean, we need three ingredients: more manpower, more money, and a heaping dose of civic pride.
The Councilman jumped into the race almost immediately after Fresno Mayor Lee Brand announced in May he would not seek re-election next year.
July 31 marked the deadline for local candidates to report fundraising totals for the first half of 2019 – running from Jan. 1 through June 30.
Fresno’s City Council looks to be conducting a power grab. You know how it is with power grabs in a big institution: once you start, it’s hard to stop.
Despite serving as a co-author on the bill signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom in her hometown, Sen. Melissa Hurtado was noticeably absent.
In the release announcing his resignation, Cruz Avila is said to be serving in a CEO capacity for “another local, community minded organization.”
The Fresno City Council is set to draw a line in the sand between its district discretionary funds and district infrastructure funds.