Will quiet bias keep LGBTQ candidates out of office, or has shifting consciousness made the South Bay a safe place to run a gay campaign?
Sam Liccardo said he suggested reining in city travel only after unsuccessfully trying to talk his colleagues out of jetting to Japan this week.
With nearly half the council on a taxpayer-funded junket, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo says it’s time to rethink the city’s travel policies.
Developers would have to pay prevailing wages and hire local workers for subsidized projects under a proposed compromise measure.
A new report coming before the City Council shows just how far San Jose has fallen short of its state-assigned affordable housing goals.
Ties between developers and the VTA board suggest that political favors tainted bidding for a mixed-use project by the Tamien station.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo wants to repeat failed history by slashing VTA service to close a budget deficit.
San Jose Councilman Johnny Khamis wants to take back a vote to expand the scope of a hotly debated 30-plus-member advisory board.
After public backlash quashed plans earlier this year to build tiny cabins for the homeless in San Jose, city officials are giving it another shot.
San Jose city leaders again rejected a proposal to link rent hikes to inflation, which advocates hoped would offer relief to cash-strapped tenants.