A City Council majority is up for grabs in Santa Clara, and the NFL club that calls the Mission City home plans to back more team friendly candidates.
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The San Francisco 49ers couldn’t convince Santa Clara’s city officials to lower rent on the Levi’s Stadium, so they’re going to arbitration.
San Jose Inside has obtained an internal memo San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York sent Friday morning to team co-owners and investors.
Santa Clara gave Julio Fuentes a long-expected nudge off the dock last week, accelerating the city manager’s exit by more than two months.
It appears that a dispute over how much rent the San Francisco 49ers owe for the Levi’s Stadium will require outside mediation.
The 49ers skipped three months of rent for Levi’s Stadium, reigniting concerns that city staff is withholding information from the Stadium Authority.
Elected officials in Santa Clara can’t get on the same page over alcohol sales, mirroring the efforts of the city’s beleaguered football team.
Some extraordinary decisions are being made at Levi’s Stadium, even if they aren’t coming from the struggling San Francisco 49ers’ coaches and players.
Former Santa Clara Councilman Kevin Moore loves to tell stories, and his upcoming book focuses on two of his favorite subjects: Levi’s Stadium and Kevin Moore.
In what’s becoming a disturbing annual tradition at Levi’s Stadium, another sports fan was severely beaten at a San Francisco 49ers season opener.
Santa Clara City Council rejected a $3 million gift from the San Francisco 49ers after a dispute over some youth soccer fields.
The San Jose Police Department faces another internal investigation after it was found that Chief Larry Esquivel accepted a prohibited gift from the San Francisco 49ers. That investigation could be complicated.
District Attorney Jeff Rosen announced on Monday that his office will not file domestic violence charges against San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Ray McDonald, citing a lack of evidence.
Weeks after San Jose police suspended off-duty work with the 49ers, emails show just how cozy the relationship was between some officers and the team.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith surrendered himself to authorities on felony weapons charges Wednesday night. The 24-year-old, who until Thursday was on indefinite leave from the team, turned himself in to the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office after checking out of rehab. He immediately posted $75,000 bail. While sports fans might be more concerned with Smith’s return to the Niners, a report on how his weapons case was handled has raised questions about the possibility of preferential treatment. A source within the county tells San Jose Inside that a dispute is now raging between the Sheriff and District Attorney’s offices.
Santa Clara Plays Fair has long been considered one of the South Bay’s preeminent NIMBY groups. Most sports economists consider the new 49ers football stadium in Santa Clara—set for completion in 2014—to be an excellent example of how private-public partnerships can create economic development while the city only puts some temporary skin in the game. Santa Clara Plays Fair disagrees, and the NIMBYs, ever allergic to planning and progress, appear unwilling to go gently into that good night. In what was probably intended to be a satirical cartoon posted on the group’s Facebook page, artist Eugenio Negro asks three rhetorical questions about the new stadium, each getting edgier until the third joke falls off the cliff.