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City Hall is forced to reconcile dynamic change with maintaining the status quo by mitigating gentrification.
The success of a handful of results-oriented Republican mayors suggests that America’s urban centers can be a growth market for the GOP.
There are some important numbers in the Summerset decision, but George Hostetter contends both the City and Chris Henry played it smart.
A decision on the fines for the Summerset crisis, sparked last November, could be hitting City Hall on Monday.
Lindsay’s community theatre was the site earlier this month of a Kuyler Crocker-Dennis Smith debate. Crocker and Smith…
In what could be his last quarterly report as Fresno's police auditor, Rick Rasmussen addressed fundamental police politics.
I bumped into a well-known developer at Fresno City Hall today. Our first topic of conversation: Sunday’s firing…
A key document was just filed in the bid to fix Hotel Fresno. But the public debate over the north-end anchor of the Fulton Mall is far from over.
Identity politics will soon dominate City policy in Fresno. Building Healthy Communities is sparking a carved up city.
The City is preparing to unleash a year-old arsenal of tougher tools to keep landlords on their toes. The targets: mom and pop landlords.