San Jose City Council
After 27 years in the department, San Jose Police Chief Chris Moore retired on Friday.
Anyone who follows San Jose politics knows that the San Jose Police Officers Association and councilwoman Rose Herrera have long been at odds – particularly, over law enforcement budget cuts and pension reform. Their war of words only seems to be heating up as the November election nears.
Three San Jose City Council members plan to propose an ordinance on Wednesday that would give the city the power to shut down medical marijuana dispensaries that skip out on their taxes.
They want more options when it comes to how to handle businesses that aren’t paying their fair share.
The San Jose City Council passed an ordinance Tuesday that will implement a second tier pension plan for new employees.
National Night Out BBQ in San Jose is an opportunity for for neighbors to connect, but this time around they’ll also have an opportunity to check out a new social network specifically designed to connect neighbors.
The San Jose Police Department does not adequately monitor uniformed security work performed by off-duty police officers, according to a recent audit.
The San Jose City Council is expected to approve a recommendation Tuesday by the mayor to open new libraries. The suggestion would target libraries that have already been built, but have been shuttered because of budget cuts.
San Jose’s Mayor Reed is pleased his most recent budget report shows a surplus, but admits cuts to services are partly the reason for being in the black.
The San Jose City Council approved a temporary tax break Tuesday to encourage more commercial development in the city.