San Jose city workers are fighting mad about a 9-month-old email from the city’s retirement director to a city councilman in which ten percent of the work force is called “totally useless.”
There was an unusual race staged in downtown San Jose Tuesday as several bicycles went head-to-head with a car and public transit to see which had the faster commute.
High gas prices and new development downtown could be the formula San Jose needs to finally entice a car share company to the city.
The outcome of the council’s vote was by no means guaranteed, after one councilmember threw a bit of a curveball in the negotiations late last week.
A San Jose Councilman is asking his colleagues to table a vote on approving the tentative deal reached with the firefighters union.
The San Jose Police Department is expected to stop 30-day impounding of vehicles when an unlicensed driver is stopped for a minor traffic violation.