The two policymakers say their proposal will take an aggressive approach to California’s unprecedented affordable housing crisis.
Concerned about their impact on neighborhoods, San Jose aims to lobby for more local control over where to allow the sober living homes.
San Jose may enact water-rationing measures to cope with the state’s dogged drought.
A handful of city leaders want to hike up penalties for illegal fireworks, given that complaints and injuries are becoming increasingly common. Also on Wednesday’s Rules Committee agenda, the city’s federal lobbyists will submit a mid-year report. San Jose Inside will be meeting with the lobbyists Thursday morning, and readers are invited to submit questions in the comments section.