Concord Mulls Pay Cuts For Council, Top City Officials Over Coronavirus PandemicThe Concord City Council on Tuesday will consider slashing its own members' pay by 10 percent, in recognition of an already challenging city financial outlook made worse by the effects of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Concord Council Paves Way For 70 Townhomes After Denying Resident's AppealA 70-townhome residential project in northeastern Concord can move forward, with the Concord City Council's rejection of an appeal.
Concord Council Reconsiders Approval Of 70 New Townhomes After Resident Files AppealThe Concord City Council could pave the way for a 70-townhome residential project to move ahead, with consideration of an appeal of the local planning commission's recent approval of the project.
Concord Delays Deal For 310 Apartments Near BART, Seeks Local HiringThe Concord City Council on Tuesday delayed a deal involving 310 market-rate apartments downtown, just blocks from the BART station, after asking the developer to come back with a commitment to hiring local, organized labor.
Concord Lawmakers To Decide Fate Of Proposed 18,000-Seat Soccer StadiumThe Concord City Council is set to decide Tuesday night whether to continue evaluating a proposal calling for an 18,000-seat soccer stadium, a convention center, and hotel.
Concord Plans Redevelopment Of Naval Weapons StationAfter nearly six years, the vision for thousands of acres has been finalized by Concord's City Council, leaving housing advocates and environmentalists alike applauding.