At its Monday meeting, the Clovis City Council voted to create a Clovis youth commission that will be open to high school sophomores and juniors starting Nov. 1.
At its Monday meeting, the Clovis City Council approved increases to housing density and height that will help the city meet state housing requirements.
At its Monday meeting, the Clovis City Council approved the rejection of a claim against the city alleging excessive force, false imprisonment, and emotional distress caused by Clovis police officers.
After more than two hours of public comment Tuesday night, the Clovis City Council will not send a letter regarding county library books on the city’s official letterhead — but individual council members may opt to send their own.
At its Thursday meeting, the Clovis Planning Commission approved an increase in housing density and height to meet state requirements, as well as approved a permit for a new Indian restaurant.
Clovis city leaders took action on the General Plan update, marijuana and an ordinance they said was not aimed at unhoused residents.
The district is making moves after threats of legal action. At-large districts have been challenged as discriminatory.
The Clovis City Council voted to formally oppose two housing bills and ‘graphic’ LGBTQ library books, which drew mixed reactions from residents.
A new drive-thru Starbucks was approved in the former Clovis Costco parking lot at Ashlan and Dakota avenues.
A meeting with a short agenda turned into a long debate about the role of council members in expressing personal opinions about cultural issues.
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