LAFCO Denies Annexation for South County Catholic School

Morgan Hill officials say the city has no new plans in place following the latest annexation denial, which suspends the project indefinitely.

San Jose Considers $2.9 Million Tax Break for Post Street Towers

A residential high-rise being proposed in downtown San Jose is vying for a few million bucks in city subsidies.

San Jose’s D7 Council Incumbent Tam Nguyen Faces Familiar Challenger in Maya Esparza

The rematch between Tam Nguyen and Maya Esparza could pave the path for how the city tackles its most pressing issues in coming years.

San Jose Denounces ‘Public Charge’ Rule for Immigrants

City officials plan to formally oppose a federal policy that could hurt thousands of San Jose’s foreign-born residents.

Election 2018: Diverse Field of Candidates Vie for San Jose Unified’s Area 2 Trustee Seat

Voters on Election Day will have a field of contrasting experiences to choose from among the four contenders for SJUSD’s Area 2.

San Jose May Move Mayoral Races to Presidential Election Years to Boost Voter Turnout

Sam Liccardo would hold his seat for another two years if the city moves its mayoral races to coincide with presidential elections.

SJ Councilors Carrasco, Arenas Want to Speed Up Timeline for Slashing Car Impound Fees

Two of San Jose’s elected officials want the city to reduce its vehicle impound fees as soon as possible.

San Jose Revisits Discussion on Commercial Linkage Fees

A group of City Council members hope to revive a discussion about commercial linkage fees to fund new affordable housing.

San Jose City Council Weighs Measures on Salary-Setting, Construction Bids, $950M Bond

San Jose officials are debating a few measures to bring to voters this fall, including a bond measure and some charter amendments.

San Jose Council Whiles Away July Recess Traveling, Reading—and Still Doing Some Work

A couple San Jose City Council members took advantage of the July recess to jet out of town—and some out of the country altogether.