Mayor Ron Nirenberg and members of his office’s LGBTQ+ Advisory Committee answered questions from the LGBTQIA community regarding a wide range of topics Tuesday night.
The sides agreed on four articles of the firefighters contract that need no changes and made headway on at least a dozen others that need adjustments.
COPS Metro wants to see stronger action from the mayor and City Council to prevent people being priced out of their homes or apartments.
City Attorney Andy Segovia affirmed that the new rule established by Proposition C is an “available tool” in labor talks with the firefighters.
The Rivard Report reached out to each candidate for a Q&A that introduces themselves to voters.
Most sitting Council members face minor challenges, but three districts – 2, 4, and 6 – won’t have incumbents vying to protect their seat.
Clear Channel plans on removing nearly 300 billboards and signs once City Council approves a new rule to allow double-sided billboards.
A federal judge sentenced former State Sen. Carlos Uresti to five years in prison, to be served concurrently with jail time he received for other felony convictions.
Greg Brockhouse, the first-term District 6 representative and former police and fire union consultant, ended a year of political speculation at a campaign event Saturday.
Councilman Greg Brockhouse will make a campaign announcement on Saturday, but it’s still unclear which office he will seek – District 6 or the mayor’s.