San Jose cleared homeless people out of their illegal camps this year at more than 11 times the rate it had in 2013, according to a new report.
With housing costs growing far faster than wages, San Jose officials are considering whether to link rent control to the rate of inflation.
The sausage-making process of political reporting is rarely clean and often requires unsatisfying, unreported compromises.
Why did Mayor Sam Liccardo get rid of his new spokesperson after just 10 weeks?
Not everyone should take a crack at comedy, especially senior policy advisers to the mayor of San Jose. Add in a little social media and a reference to the worst person in the history of the world and the results will go poorly.
San Jose Mayor-elect Sam Liccardo has a new city manager in Norberto Dueñas, and now he’s got his senior staff in place. Jim Reed, vice president of the San Jose Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce since February 2013, will become Liccardo’s chief of staff.
Two new polls show candidates are neck-and-neck in both the San Jose mayor’s race and the battle for Silicon Valley’s 17th Congressional District seat. But, as expected, not everyone agrees on the numbers.
Taking a page from the script of “Friends,” Dave Cortese defended his improper collection of campaign cash in the San Jose mayor’s race by stating that his campaign was on “a break.” The city’s Ethics Commission ruled last week that he should return $9,825.
A report going before the San Jose Ethics Commission is expected to clear Sam Liccardo’s mayoral campaign of breaking city fundraising laws, save for one count of improper disclosure.
Complaints allege that Sam Liccardo solicited donations before he could legally start fundraising and failed to record in-kind contributions.