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Update: On Jan. 26, Fresno city officials announced that warming centers will be kept open at night until Feb. 9, 2023. The centers will be kept open from 6 p.m. until 8 a.m except the Pinedale Community Center, which will open an hour later at 7 p.m. The Fresno City Council approved a proposal Thursday…
The new policy will keep the city’s four warming centers open through January 31st, from 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
The Fresno Housing Authority Joint Boards of Commissioners met on Dec. 13, 2022 and approved the 2023 budgets for agency operating and housing assistance payments.
Resources for Renters
The Fresno City Code Enforcement team provided an update on their Anti-Slum Enforcement Team on Thursday. See if your apartment is on the list of targeted properties.
On Friday, the country’s top air regulator proposed to strengthen federal rules for one of the Valley’s most dangerous and common air pollutants: PM2.5 particles. The Environmental Protection Agency’s new proposal would require drastic pollution cuts from local air regulators – the Valley air district and the California Air Resources Board. San Joaquin Valley residents…
A 2016 California law requiring ag employers to pay overtime to farmworkers led to reduced income for farmworkers, challenges for growers.
California’s Central Valley public sector is fast growing. Here’s where to find careers in city government, public education & state hospitals.
Central California is experiencing increases in low-wage job sectors, but residents say the availability of well-paying jobs is a problem.
At its Jan. 26 meeting, the Clovis Planning Commission moved forward a rezone to multi-family residential for a 12-unit infill development near Alluvial and Sunnyside Avenues.
At its Jan. 24 meeting, the Reedley City Council approved an engineering agreement to develop a traffic signal at the entrance to Reedley College on Reed Avenue and $23,100 for rehabilitation of the historic Reedley Opera House.
The Fresno Housing Authority joint boards of commissioners met on January 24, 2023 to discuss the Mixed Finance Budget and approved several items, including a construction contract for Heritage Estates and an MOU with the SEIU Local 521.
At the Jan. 25 Kerman City Council meeting, the council made policy changes that apply to alcohol beverage sales and the issuance of alcohol licenses in the city.