Mayor Brand leaves the door open for legal weed dispensaries in Fresno, despite the same heat from the feds applied to sanctuary cities.
Seven weeks into the gig, Lee Brand has finally hit his stride as Fresno’s mayor.
The much-delayed Active Transportation Plan figures to be our first hint of Lee Brand’s budget priorities in June.
Fresno State’s growth is undeniable. So are the impacts. Will City Hall get involved or serve as a bystander?
Michael Flores showed me how hard it is to clean up underground housing in Fresno. The Downtown library showed me how easy it is to fall into the trap of underground housing.
Now water bigwigs are begging us to take the stuff off their hands. That’s what a wet 2016-2017 season does to water policy.
The Landlord-Tenant ombudsman doesn’t appear to long for this world.
Chief Dyer spent 2016 pushing cops to avoid caving to pressure from political opponents in 2016, now he’s focused on the department’s growth and activity.
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.”