A reckoning is coming over delays regarding Fresno’s recycled water program. At stake: whether City Hall can manage its bureaucracy beyond water issues.
Dyer explains that the trend is being driven by “…increased positive interactions occurring between police officers and citizens.”
With Mayor Lee Brand’s newly-pitched Rental Housing Improvement Act, Fresno’s rental housing market may never be the same.
Mayor Lee Brand met with a consultant to jump-start the national search for Fresno’s next city manager, eyeing a fiscal conservative and strong communicator.
The $420k sale pushed aside the Fresno Housing Authority, a key Swearengin ally, and opens the door for public-private partnership to aid revitalization.
Two public agencies are going toe-to-toe to drive up a sale price and burn taxpayer money in the process. Regardless, City Hall has its hand on the scale.
Fresno has a bright future when it comes to water. That means Fresno has a water future full of challenges and, most likely, frustration.
The new fees are tied to concerted efforts across various levels of government to permanently change our water consumption habits.
Inside the deal inked by the City of Fresno to put its water allocations on the market.
This week, Lee Brand is on his first official trip to the winter meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Washington, D.C.