Palo Alto City Manager James Keene is confident the developer will revise a proposal that originally included building heights three times above city height limits.
Nearly a year after the state dissolved redevelopment agencies, Santa Clara leaders have warned residents that the city could lose more than $300 million as a result.
This month’s elections resulted in a Santa Clara City Council with strong ties to law enforcement and limited diversity.
The measure cruised to an emphatic victory, as 81 percent of the more than 9 million votes cast favored enacting the legislation.
Palo Alto city attorney Molly Stump discusses city’s current marijuana laws, the changes that would result if voters pass Measure C, and how existing federal and state laws come into play.
The San Jose Earthquakes and more than 6,000 fans broke more than just the ground on their new soccer-specific stadium Sunday: they broke a world record, too.
Santa Clara University’s plans for a new art and art history building, along with additional parking, were approved by the City Council after the school agreed to relocate three historic structures.