Sunnyvale Councilman Jim Griffith breaks down why civic leaders consider Measure M a threat, and why they’ve stepped up to oppose it.
SJPD’s staffing shortfall has made recruiting even more important. But a recent trip to Hawaii raises questions about how the budget is being spent.
Local nonprofit Dignity on Wheels will launch Santa Clara County’s first mobile shower and laundry service for the homeless next week.
San Jose may open up community centers, libraries and other public buildings as cold weather shelters for thousands of homeless residents.
Rather than pick his battles, Pat Meyering will fight them all—even if it means taking a woman to court over her toy poodle.
Against the backdrop of an impotent state legislature and a growing awareness of the predatory nature of payday lenders, local governments have had to pick up the slack and adopt laws to stifle the industry.
Remember when broadcast television was the only game in town? Rooftop antennas and three major networks. If you prefer that over the entertainment options today, you’re living in the past—similar to those who continue to resist innovation in our public schools.
Pat Meyering, the Sunnyvale city councilman who’s target of a recall effort, has repeatedly accused his colleagues of enriching themselves on the public dime. In reality, Meyering takes home the second-highest compensation of anyone on the council.
While litigious councilman’s “trip and fall” case got dismissed, the back and forth racked up a hefty legal tab for the city of Sunnyvale.
It’s May, which means Sunnyvale Councilman Pat Meyering is once again in the what’s-up-with-that-guy spotlight. A group that includes former elected officials is now trying to get him recalled.