Fresno Mayor Lee Brand issued the first veto of his tenure, rejecting a move to reassign office space held by staff of the City Manager to the City Council.
A memo over the powers of the Fresno City Council and the City Attorney may force Mayor Lee Brand’s team to seek its own independent legal advice.
Amid allegations of witness coaching, the seven-year-old recounted the events with Asm. Joaquin Arambula that led to a bruise on her face.
With a backdrop of supporters, Janz spent much of his announcement working to draw a sharp contrast with incumbent Fresno Mayor Lee Brand.
After a year on the drawing board, a BMX track is about to get built at Mary Ella Brown Community Center.
Among other things, the unanimously-approved measure caps new liquor store licenses, create an inspection program for stores, and limit window advertising.
When does City Hall’s desire to honor worthy Fresnans turn into an abuse of Fresnans’ time? The City Council is about to find out.
A push to eliminate half of liquor stores in Fresno is colliding with a pitch to build a 7-Eleven, lobbied for by Supervisor Henry R. Perea.
After months of mulling, Andrew Janz is taking a pass on a rematch with Devin Nunes and focusing on Fresno Mayor Lee Brand.
While the Fresno City Council seeks to swipe office space from the Brand administration, just how empty are City Council offices?