Hundreds of neighborhood leaders and city employees joined forces in the rain on Tuesday at a rally outside San Jose City Hall to protest proposed cuts to neighborhood services and Mayor Chuck Reed’s plan to declare a fiscal emergency that could lead to a ballot measure on pension limits.
Protester at City Hall
Rally participants, […]
Community groups and city employees will rally in front of City Hall on Tuesday, May 17, to protest proposed cuts to neighborhoods services that include closing branch libraries four days a week, slashing funding for youth programs and eliminating the jobs of 195 police officers and 64 firefighters.
The “Neighborhoods First” rally, which is […]
If you missed San Jose’s 11 Community Budget Meetings, you can catch up on what residents had to say in a memo that will be posted on the city’s Web site before the mayor’s June 3 budget message is released.
The comments and questions, which have been recorded by Alexandra Orologas of the City Manager’s […]