In one of the biggest blunders in recent local politics, city officials admitted this week that they provided false information to organizers of the Save San Jose Libraries initiative regarding the number of signatures needed to place a measure on the November ballot. As a result, the initiative—an effort that has been in the works for more than year—is unlikely to make it to voters.
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Library customers at select locations can browse the bookshelves, check out materials, access public computers and receive support from librarians Monday through Friday.
The 2020 results will be released in December and presented to the City Council in January 2021.
If the board OK’s the referral, county staff would report back to the board on the matter by the middle of November.
When it comes to addressing the needs of people who make up the city’s diversity, leaders respond with empty gestures, ineffective policies.
Together with families of people killed by police, Silicon Valley De-Bug came up with a practical guide for defunding the San Jose PD.
The South Bay’s poorest pupils sleep in cars, on couches and in the library—all while holding down day jobs and earning degrees.
Such an emergency facility would provide basic shelter, showers, food, storage of belongings, and should permit animal companions.
Serving on a public commission provides a means of implementing important policy changes, such as eliminating library fines.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo’s revised 2018-19 spending plan includes investments in police, blight cleanup and affordable housing.
Here’s a look at who’s running for Supervisor Ken Yeager’s Santa Clara County District 4 seat and why.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo rolled out a spending plan that would plunk $15.5 million into a rainy-day fund to brace for future deficits.
Sam Liccardo touted the city’s collaborative ethos and acknowledged its struggle to address housing affordability in his annual address.
Santa Clara County leaders have asked the public to share their thoughts on anticipated changes in immigration policy under the next president.
Donald Trump scored a victory in the presidential election, and people are rightfully scared. San Jose’s mayor tried to assuage some of these fears.