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.
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.
Turns out City Manager Wilma Quan wrote everything she discovered about the use of, or lack thereof, Fresno City Council offices on a single Post-it Note.
After a year on the drawing board, a BMX track is about to get built at Mary Ella Brown Community Center.
Among other things, the unanimously-approved measure caps new liquor store licenses, create an inspection program for stores, and limit window advertising.
When does City Hall’s desire to honor worthy Fresnans turn into an abuse of Fresnans’ time? The City Council is about to find out.
While the Fresno City Council seeks to swipe office space from the Brand administration, just how empty are City Council offices?
Thanks to millions in bond debt and hefty rent payments, the Fresno Grizzlies are typically under the microscope of the City. Except in 2018.
Much like the street it sits on, the Helm Building is beginning the long process of urban rebirth, courtesy of developer Sevak Khatchadourian.
A proposal considered by the Fresno City Council draws new lines in the separation of powers between the Council and Mayor’s team over hiring lawyers.