Fresno Council of Governments Wish List: Regional Fire Center, Forestry Corps., & Rail Service
Fresno Council of Government heads to Washington D.C. to advocate for projects in the Central Valley and one is another rail system.
Fresno Chamber of Commerce PAC Endorses Steve BrandauJanuary 25, 2019
Steve Brandau's bid for Fresno County Board of Supervisors District 2 receives key endorsements from Fresno Chamber PAC and Fresno County Public Safety Association among other political leaders.
How Much Should A City Invest In Public Transit? A look Into Clovis Public TransitJanuary 12, 2019
The City of Clovis spent nearly $6.28 million last year for public transit and received $227,000 in fares.
Millions Could Be Headed To Fresno To Combat HomelessnessJanuary 1, 2019
As Fresno and the surrounding area battle homelessness, leaders should be cautious and ensure the Central Valley does not become an area with increased homelessness like Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
Measure C Funds Include City Ride-Share & Electric VehiclesJanuary 1, 2019
The Fresno County Transportation Authority board in mid-December gave its final approval to the funding of five projects with an eye to the future.
Local Roads May Go From Bad To Worse Without Gas TaxesJuly 24, 2018
Transportation Authority Executive Director Mike Leonardo is concerned with repeal efforts of the gas tax as SB 1 is crucial to fixing our roads, and local voters will probably see an extension of Measure C...
Doug Vagim & Lisa C. Woolf could be the new Countywide Oversight Board MembersJune 4, 2018
The Fresno County supervisors on Tuesday could end up appointing two members to the new Countywide Oversight Board for local redevelopment successor agencies. According to a county staff report, two people have shown enough interest...
Big plans for West FresnoMay 11, 2018
Residents care about West Fresno as many show up to hear Council President Esmeralda Soria, Council Vice President Steve Brandau and Fresno County Supervisor Brian Pacheco.
Fresno County Transportation board will help fight litter along state highways and county roadsMay 8, 2018
Transportation Board’s amended Measure C’s spending plan to include a two-year Litter Abatement Program as a pilot project.