San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo on Monday unveiled an ambitious plan to build 25,000 new homes over the next five years.
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San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo took part in Metro’s SV411 podcast to discuss everything from Donald Trump and Google to pension reform.
One of San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo’s top aides is bemoaning how owners of a commercial complex are pulling a bait-and-switch.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo announced Thursday that he will run for re-election in 2018. So far, no other contenders have emerged.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and other local elected officials condemned President Donald Trump’s decision Thursday to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord.
San Jose’s creation of stronger tenant protections—not in the manner preferred by the mayor—has led to questions about who controls the council.
During his third State of the City address, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo promised that a fractured nation will not distract from the city’s vision.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo sat down with San Jose Inside last week for an extended conversation on the state of the city.
Perhaps realizing initial statements downplayed the violence outside of Trump’s rally, both the mayor and police released additional comments Friday.
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Spying a years-long stretch of budget shortfalls on the horizon, Mayor Sam Liccardo has urged his colleagues to “tap the brakes” on spending.
The word of the day this past Saturday Overfelt High, where Mayor Sam Liccardo delivered his second State of The City speech, was “opportunity.”
Earlier today, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo’s office posed the question: How did we do? We’ve decided to leave that question up to readers.
Why did Mayor Sam Liccardo get rid of his new spokesperson after just 10 weeks?
At the Vatican this morning and before an audience that included Pope Francis, San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo spoke about affordable housing as a solution to Silicon Valley's chasmic gap between rich and poor.
San Jose's mayor and City Council members flouted state open meeting laws at least three times this year, according to city officials.