San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo took part in Metro’s SV411 podcast to discuss everything from Donald Trump and Google to pension reform.
Mayor Sam Liccardo unveiled a plan Wednesday to make San Jose the most technologically advanced city in the nation by 2020. OK.
The word of the day this past Saturday Overfelt High, where Mayor Sam Liccardo delivered his second State of The City speech, was “opportunity.”
Earlier today, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo’s office posed the question: How did we do? We’ve decided to leave that question up to readers.
The sausage-making process of political reporting is rarely clean and often requires unsatisfying, unreported compromises.
Former San Jose Mayor Susan Hammer taught me that my voice was important and that I could—and should—participate in our democratic process.
San Jose has blocked the release of hundreds of emails sent and received by Eddie Garcia, who will become interim police chief in January. San Jose Inside has appealed this decision and will make arguments to release these messages at this week’s Rules and Open Government Committee meeting.
Why did Mayor Sam Liccardo get rid of his new spokesperson after just 10 weeks?
Not everyone should take a crack at comedy, especially senior policy advisers to the mayor of San Jose. Add in a little social media and a reference to the worst person in the history of the world and the results will go poorly.
During a private meeting in Atherton, venture capitalist and former state controller Steve Westly told a few dozen tech execs, politicos and influence peddlers that he will run for governor of California in 2018.