Two community leaders in Alviso have been fighting over a six-figure lawsuit settlement, but one of them has a violent past that’s just come to light.
Frustrated by San Jose approving a golf entertainment complex without an environmental review, Alviso residents have taken the city to court.
Faced with a science-averse president-elect, local communities have no choice but to fend for themselves in the fight against climate change.
San Jose faces nearly 300 open audit recommendations that could save the city millions of dollars if resolved.
Sam Liccardo’s mayoral campaign sent an email blast Thursday announcing it had filed another ethics complaint against opponent Dave Cortese. There could be a couple issues with the new complaint, though.
When the sun goes down, big-rig truck drivers parallel park on Baytech Drive in the Alviso neighborhood so they can rest for the night. It’s not illegal, but it is annoying, says City Councilman Kansen Chu. Other items going before the Rules and Open Government Committee on Wednesday include Vice Mayor Madison Nguyen fighting for the public’s right to take photos in public spaces and potential raises for City Manager Debra Figone and City Attorney Rich Doyle.