Developers would have to pay prevailing wages and hire local workers for subsidized projects under a proposed compromise measure.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo released his proposed 2017-18 budget earlier this spring. Now it’s time for residents to give their thoughts.
The pension reform compromise San Jose voters passed last fall, which promised $42 million a year in savings, remains a work in progress.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo sat down with San Jose Inside last week for an extended conversation on the state of the city.
San Jose residents need to do one thing to help alleviate a multitude of public safety issues, and that’s vote “yes” on Measure F.
San Jose’s police overtime costs have tripled in the past seven years to $36 million as staffing vacancies reached all-time highs.
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.
To address a critical police staffing shortage, San Jose is expected to suspend union protections to reassign detectives back to patrol.