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.
The long-awaited BART extension to San Jose’s urban core will involve one tunnel instead of two—a big win for downtown businesses.
Developers would have to pay prevailing wages and hire local workers for subsidized projects under a proposed compromise measure.
Laurie Smith won two key union endorsements, making the bid to unseat her that much more of an uphill battle.
San Jose wants to wrest control of its subsidized rent programs from the Santa Clara County Housing Authority.
The deadline to jump in the San Jose mayor’s race closed Friday with no realistic challengers for Sam Liccardo.
Ties between developers and the VTA board suggest that political favors tainted bidding for a mixed-use project by the Tamien station.
San Jose aims to become one of the first cities in the U.S. to curb greenhouse gas emissions to the levels set in the Paris accord.
San Jose Councilman Sergio Jimenez says the group advising the Google development must reflect a broad cross-section of the community.