The City announced an interim Parks Director in T.J. Miller who has proven leadership skills and considerable expertise in organization and solving complex problems.
Future of Downtown Fresno “experience” to be considered by Fresno City Council with discussion of BRT and cap-and-trade funds.
Fresno County Transportation Authority board weighing plan for a first-class surface road running west from Fresno to I-5 which could move more people per year than the bullet train on its truncated route.
Governor Gavin Newsom supports High Speed Rail for the Central Valley focusing on the Merced-to-Bakersfield, and cutting off other planned routes.
Fresno Council of Government heads to Washington D.C. to advocate for projects in the Central Valley and one is another rail system.
Fresno Housing Authority could turn the Econo Inn in downtown Fresno into affordable housing with 26 units.
$620,000 slated for Parks Department improvements could be reprogrammed to Community Development Block Grant funds.
New Fresno City Council members have a large task in crafting the future success of public transportation and must balance service delivered and overall expenditure.
After high profile professor speech issues, Fresno State University President Joseph Castro unveils the “Principles of Community,”after two years, unquestionably looking to 2020 election.
Greg Barfield receives promotion as officially becoming Transportation Director.