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Fresno pays firms in Sacramento and Washington, D.C. for lobbying and governmental relations services, and has its own in-house employee as well...Fresno City Attorney James Sanchez resigns Fresno City Attorney James Sanchez resigns Finding a
14 PM Text Size: tool goes here A judge has told Fresno officials they must give a group of historic preservationists another shot at voicing concerns about a proposed downtown residential project. City officials are so angry they've decided to fight
BEE Fresno City College students did most of the work on this home through the ReConstruction Training Program which trains students in home construction. BEE A press conference was held announcing the completion and pending sale of two homes in the
05 PM Text Size: tool goes here Fresno FAX drivers fear they're about to be thrown under the bus by a City Hall desperate to find relief for its money woes. The administration of Mayor Ashley Swearengin, on the other hand, says it's just trying to
Sanchez resigned from his post as Fresno city attorney Wednesday. "I'm truly committed to local government, having served in many governmental positions over the years, and I welcome the opportunity to bring my experience to bear in our state's
Text Size: tool goes here The Fresno City Council may soon be hunting for a new city attorney...The council met for two hours in closed session on Friday to discuss what the agenda called an evaluation of City Attorney James Sanchez.
A Valencia County, N.M., man facing five misdemeanor charges for allegedly harassing Gov. Susana Martinez remains behind bars in the Santa Fe County jail in lieu of a $100,000 bond despite facing only misdemeanor charges. The attorney for 61-year-old
42 PM Text Size: tool goes here The city of Fresno has spent more than $820,000 on a high-profile Los Angeles law firm that settled a potentially embarrassing Police Department employee lawsuit before it went to trial.
25 PM Text Size: tool goes here A Sacramento judge won't bar the current Fresno Oversight Board from meeting, but warned that his mind could be changed. Superior Court Judge Lloyd Connelly on Wednesday denied the city of Fresno's request to
Text Size: tool goes here The Fresno Oversight Board got two pieces of bad news when it met Monday for the first time...In a two-hour meeting that made the chicken-or-egg question look easy, the volunteer board charged with dissolving the Fresno