Fresno City Councilmembers voted to end the COVID-19 emergency order on June 9. The vote also ended the local eviction moratorium for nonpayment of rent as well.
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Community advocates in Fresno, California, held an event to counter Jerry Dyer’s State of the City speech, discussing affordable housing & other key issues.
The Fresno Tenants Union began after months of public comments at city council meetings about the need for affordable housing in the Central Valley of California.
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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.
Planning Commission approves an industrial overlay and rezoning of disputed 92.5 acres of land in southwest Fresno. Residents take opposing views.
Benjamin Takemoto thinks Starbucks put him on leave in retaliation for his union efforts in the Fresno, California store where he is a shift supervisor.
Workforce Connection has free resources & training for underemployed & unemployed Fresno County residents in industries such as forestry & construction.
Fresno Starbucks workers fighting to unionize and labor advocates say they hope to start a wave of unionization among local Starbucks stores and beyond.
The supervisors approved the final budget for fiscal year 2022-23 and ARPA funding allocations for 22 subrecipients.
The committee received presentations on the Blackstone and McKinley Grade Separation project, Bike Link lockers and the Fresno Police Department Enforcement & Collision Report, which showed an increase from 1,480 collisions in 2021 to 1,604 collisions in 2022 from Jan. 1 to May 31.
Kerman City Council (6/22/22) Budget shows General Fund deficit of $3.7M + Military Equipment Use Policy + Transient Occupancy Tax
The council adopted a list of projects funded by SB-1, approved a 10% Transient Occupancy Tax for the November ballot and the final budget, which showed a General Fund deficit of $3.7 million.
Madera County Board of Supervisors (6/21/22) Madera Subbasin fee adoption + $13.6 million CAL FIRE agreement + solid waste rate increase
The supervisors adopted a resolution of the County of Madera Groundwater Sustainability Agency for the Madera Subbasin for a $246 fee on the extraction of groundwater and approved a $13.6 million CAL FIRE agreement, as well as a solid waste collection rate increase.