Sam Liccardo would hold his seat for another two years if the city moves its mayoral races to coincide with presidential elections.
Councilman Don Rocha stunned allies and adversaries alike when he skipped a vote Tuesday on a proposal to study commercial impact fees.
Local leaders found a place to relocate Hope Village, an un-permitted homeless camp created by activists and advocates for the un-housed.
Though its future remains uncertain, Hope Village accomplished what no local elected leader has had the political will or vision pull off.
A group of City Council members hope to revive a discussion about commercial linkage fees to fund new affordable housing.
Infighting at the Silicon Valley Organization (SVO)—neé San Jose-Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce—finally reached a breaking point.
Plans to convert San Jose’s old City Hall Annex into a parking lot instead of housing for the homeless has drawn the ire of a prominent developer.
San Jose officials are debating a few measures to bring to voters this fall, including a bond measure and some charter amendments.
More than 400 attendees—about half of them children—showed up for the inaugural drag queen story time at the MLK Library last weekend.
Serving on a public commission provides a means of implementing important policy changes, such as eliminating library fines.