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18 PM Text Size: tool goes here It's not the long-promised green space, but progress of a sort has come to the site of the proposed Martin Ray Riley Park in southeast Fresno. Council Member Clint Olivier is using his District 7 infrastructure funds
Text Size: tool goes here A Fresno City Council member may be prohibited from voting on some development projects because his wife is taking a job with a prominent developer. Alisha Gallon, who is married to City Council Member Clint Olivier, will
41 PM Text Size: tool goes here More than 20 taxi cab operators on Tuesday told Fresno City Council Member Clint Olivier they need City Hall's help if they are to stay in business. High on their wish list to the city: Crack down on unlicensed cabbies
Text Size: tool goes here Fresno City Hall's tortured relationship with taxi cab drivers is about to get complicated again. Council Member Clint Olivier is hosting what he bills as a taxi summit at 2 p.m. today at Holiday Inn Fresno-Airport.
tool goes here Residents of Fresno's District 2 are without a City Council member -- for three days. Andreas Borgeas resigned Monday as District 2 council member. He is scheduled to be sworn in as a Fresno County supervisor this morning. His term on
33 PM Text Size: tool goes here The Fresno City Council on Thursday said it will hold a special meeting in early September to grapple with what it worries is a fast-approaching animal-control crisis. Council President Clint Olivier directed staff to
Text Size: tool goes here Fresno City Council President Clint Olivier expressed dismay Friday that only one company stepped forward to bid on a possible contract to take over animal-control services for the city and Fresno County.
Text Size: tool goes here Voters in a Fresno neighborhood have rejected a special tax that would have funded maintenance for a proposed park. But two City Council members remain optimistic City Hall will find a way to build and maintain new parks in
00 PM Text Size: tool goes here The Fresno City Council's budget hearings took a surprising turn Wednesday when Council President Clint Olivier announced they're being suspended for a week. Olivier gave no explanation other than that the military
Text Size: tool goes here Fresno City Hall officials have been doing cartwheels because they got two big grants to build parks in older neighborhoods...City officials recently got word from Sacramento that Fresno will get nearly $5.7 million in state