San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed
The Building Inspectors’ Union agreed on Tuesday to change its sick leave benefit for new city hires who will no longer be allowed to store up unused sick days and cash them out at retirement—an arrangement that costs the city millions of dollars.
Both public and private sector leaders agree San Francisco has become a major driver of the high-tech community, with the growth of social media pushing the boundaries of what is considered Silicon Valley.
San Jose’s mayor came to the defense of his police chief after a member of the Police Officers’ Association’s Board called for a no confidence vote for the chief next week.
Rising pension costs are decimating essential city services, according to a grand jury report issued Wednesday.
The general aviation side of Mineta San Jose International Airport will soon be seeing some big changes as bids to upgrade the west side of the airport are being sought.
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.
Some San Jose lawmakers aren’t on board with the proposal to reduce speed limits near schools because they say a cost is involved.
This week, San Jose City Council members got their first preview of just how bad the budget picture looks for the next fiscal year which starts in July.
A San Jose tech CEO agrees with Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom’s state economic revitilization plan and wants improvements in K-12 access to information technology.
San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed delivered the 2011 State of the City address Thursday night, highlighting a $110 million budget cut and rising pension costs.