State of the City
Jean Quan’s 10,000 resident plan, part of her re-election campaign, would include thousands of new housing units in the city.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee will deliver his State of the City address Friday at a Hunters Point housing construction site to unveil his seven-point plan to build 30-thousand more housing units by 2020.
As part of the fiscal reform plan, passed by the city council last year, all city employees including the city council, have had to take a 10 percent pay cut, which Chuck Reed said was “crucial” to saving jobs and services.
Mayor Jean Quan didn’t mention the Occupy Oakland protests that have brought attention to her city except to obliquely say that the city has experienced “lots of turns” and “challenges.”
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.
The need for employee pension cuts was expected to be one of the main topics of San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed’s State of the City speech Thursday night.
Oakland Mayor Ron Dellums said in a 68-page “State of the City” report Wednesday that he has reduced crime, boosted the city’s economy, and improved health care and education.
Mayor Ron Dellums announced Monday he won’t give his final “State of the City” address in person and will instead post it in written and video formats on the city’s website.