Fresno for Parks submitted 35,000 signatures and will now wait and see if voters decide the fate of Fresno parks instead of Fresno City politicians.
Fresno public transit system will focus on productivity instead of coverage, and proposed changes could cost $1 million a year.
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer says call volume increased dramatically, and despite being fully staffed, the department is still short 34 officers from nine years ago.
Fresno Police touts decrease in crime, but cigarette theft is a problem.
Kings River Pipeline project contractor, Garney Pacific Inc., seeks a $3.5 million addition because a change of conditions in the subsurface materials as found in the excavations when compared to the project’s geotechnical report.
Council Member Steve Brandau delivers on street improvement project and continues the fight for Veterans Boulevard.
President of the Fresno Police Officers Association holds nothing back in his letter to the Council, and some sentences may hit home for some City Council Members.
Twelve points every Fresnan should know about the upcoming parks initiative should it make the November ballot.
City of Fresno’s fiscal year began yesterday, July 1, 2018, and we know Fresno City Hall will have to do more with less, Blackstone will see mixed-use housing project, and Veterans Boulevard is still seeking funding.
Fresno Council of Governments may exercise purchasing options to have land ready if Fresno is selected for the High-Speed Rail’s heavy maintenance facility, or landholders receive taxpayer money and keep the land.