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Looking to fund $429mil in infrastructure, Fresno saddles up to lucrative water market
Inside the deal inked by the City of Fresno to put its water allocations on the market.
Brand heads to US Mayors conference as Washington prepares for Trump
This week, Lee Brand is on his first official trip to the winter meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Washington, D.C.
Math behind Fresno's pedestrian deaths is no cakewalk
I took a walk early Thursday afternoon. My destination: Fresno City Hall. My purpose: Eat a big serving…
Walking Fresno streets is just as dangerous as rankings say
According to a recent report from Smart Growth America, Fresno had 190 pedestrian deaths from 2005 through 2014.
Simmering down our expectations of code enforcement, courtesy of a grass fire
There's a big lesson for housing advocates.
City begins tinkering to deliver ped-friendly traffic patterns
The goal? Safer crossings for pedestrians and fewer stops for drivers.
Asst. City Manager Smith, budget virtuoso, retires
Smith's attitude toward Fresno's economic devastation: "We’re not going bankrupt come hell or high water..." said City Manager Bruce Rudd.
Brand takes oath while eyeing 8 top priorities
Brand: "...this the opportunity of a lifetime."
Brand, brain trust ready for first 365 days at City Hall
Despite no "first 100 days" sprint for Mayor Lee Brand, take a look at his team and choices ahead
Swearengin wrapping up tenure with all eyes on her future
Mayor Ashley Swearengin is on the way out. GHost reveals what lies ahead for her and transition insight.