Fresno COG’s 2019 legislative platform emphasizes transportation with hopes of funding from powerful Sacramento and Washington.
The City of Clovis spent nearly $6.28 million last year for public transit and received $227,000 in fares.
The City of Fresno’s Blair-Church-Flynn contract calls for a complete overhaul of the irrigation systems at Woodward and Roeding and construction would follow council approval of the plan.
As Fresno and the surrounding area battle homelessness, leaders should be cautious and ensure the Central Valley does not become an area with increased homelessness like Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
The Fresno County Transportation Authority board in mid-December gave its final approval to the funding of five projects with an eye to the future.
Fresno Mayor Lee Brand touts low unemployment numbers and continues to push for a business-friendly Fresno, but the Council should avoid social and economic engineering.
Political carve-outs during Fresno City Council meetings push the limits of what government can regulate.
Fresno County Transportation Authority work continues on two ambitious infrastructure projects for Fresno and Clovis.
Club One Casino is moving to the Gottschalks building and partner Brixton Capital are set to invest $13 million to $15 million.
Fresno City Council approved raises for council members and added more meetings, and tomorrow they could possibly make meetings more productive by limiting proclamations.