Weak controls over consulting contracts in San Jose’s Environmental Services Department put the city at risk of cost overruns, an audit found.
An internal audit going before the City Council found that San Jose often fails to track fees and waivers for high-rise development.
Nearly half of of San Jose’s elected leaders want to prevent landlords from discriminating against recipients of housing subsidies.
San Jose’s search for a new independent police auditor begins in earnest this month, as Walter Katz will officially resign from the post Friday.
San Jose is poised to give its police officers a sizable pay bump, but one council member suggests the raises will be a financial mess.
A new audit found that San Jose’s tenant protections have been undermined by compromise as well as a lack of staffing and oversight.
San Jose’s police overtime costs have tripled in the past seven years to $36 million as staffing vacancies reached all-time highs.
An audit of the City Clerk’s Office found lapses in statutory obligations and issued 20 recommendations on how to get things back in order.
A new report says South Bay Water Recycling, which provides reclaimed water to San Jose, needs to get a better handle on its accounting.
San Jose faces nearly 300 open audit recommendations that could save the city millions of dollars if resolved.