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2016-05-17 SJ passes travel bans to NC, Mississippi over transgender laws San Jose City Hall
C. 2015-11-09 City websites recovering from unspecified cyber attack San Jose City Hall
D. 2015-05-12 San Jose residents ordered to cut back water by 30% San Jose City Hall
E. 2014-12-02 SJ enacts ban on sidewalk bicycle riding downtown San Jose City Hall
F. 2014-06-17 San Jose eyes sales-tax measure San Jose City Hall
G. 2014-02-20 Chuck Reed's final state of the city: San Jose must get safer San Jose City Hall
H. 2013-02-07 San Jose mayor delivers State of the City San Jose City Hall
I. 2012-07-13 San Jose to hire 27 new firefighters with grant San Jose City Hall

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Jury Calls Mayor's Conduct Deceptive Investigation Probes Mayor's Trash Deal  The County report detailing alleged misrepresentation by Ron Gonzales in the signing of a contract City May Close Park Restrooms Groundbreaking of new Civic Center. San Jose Downtown
SJ passes travel bans to NC, Mississippi over transgender laws Police lay off 67 cops due to budget cuts Mayor delivers State of the City Address City Votes To Pursue Pot Regulations City To Ban On Plastic, Most Paper Bags City Council Members Vote To Cut Pay City Imposes Outdoor Water Restrictions City Worker Salary Raises Disputed City Faces $60M Budget Shortfall City approves 'Little Saigon' compromise Deal Ends 'Saigon' Dispute, Hunger Strike  City officials have agreed to allow supporters of the name Little Saigon to pay for and erect their own sign along the Story Road Meeting gets heated over 'Little Saigon'  The City Council nearly turned into a riot when council members voted on a new name for a business district, most demanding it be called 'Little Saigon' Mayor Backs Library Porn Filter Proposal SJ To Unveil Green Vision For City City employees enjoy 6-figure salaries Council Votes To Ask For Gonzales' Resign  The City Council voted 8-3 in favor of a resolution asking Mayor to resign even though he had earlier reiterated City Council Censured Gonzales Mayor Apologizes For Garbage Contract Probe: Trash Deal Violated City Policy


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  SJ passes travel bans to NC, Mississippi over transgender laws  The City of San Jose is taking a stand against two states accused of passing discriminatory laws City websites recovering from unspecified cyber attack San Jose residents ordered to cut back water by 30% San Jose to hire 27 new firefighters with grant. 95110 San Jose votes to curb medical marijuana Police lay off 67 cops due to budget cuts  The departing officers attended a farewell lunch while more than 30 of their colleagues lined up outside police headquarters to say goodbye City Council takes cuts to pay and perks   Mayor delivers State of the City Address  Mayor Chuck Reed delivered a blunt analysis in his annual State of the City Address warning residents of what to prepare for in 2011 City Council considers plastic bag ban Firefighters' Union, City To Discuss Offer City Votes To Pursue Pot Regulations  The City Council approved drawing up guidelines for the operation of medical marijuana collectives as a way to regulate the businesses Residents, Workers Argue Against Cuts SJ Approves Guidelines Trying Cut Deficit City To Ban On Plastic, Most Paper Bags  A 4-member council committee unanimously recommended approval of an ordinance that would prohibit grocery stores from giving out plastic bag... City Council Members Vote To Cut Pay  Council members voted unanimously to reduce their pay from $90,000 each to $86,625 each. The cuts will save the city nearly $34,000 a year City Imposes Outdoor Water Restrictions  San Jose is banning outdoor watering between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. as part of a mandatory water conservation program Pension losses could cost millions City Worker Salary Raises Disputed  City leaders are taking another look at some scheduled pay raises for hundreds of city workers. They were set to get automatic 5% City Faces $60M Budget Shortfall  Hundreds more of city employees could be laid when the next fiscal year begins July 1st. Mayor says the city is planning to trim services City No Longer Pay For Tree Maintenance City to hire collection agencies City approves 'Little Saigon' compromise  The City Council unanimously passed the compromise that will allow supporters to have a sign with that name erected along a major city street Deal Ends 'Saigon' Dispute, Hunger Strike


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May.17


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Nov.9
May.12


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Dec.2  SJ enacts ban on sidewalk bicycle riding downtown
Jun.17  San Jose eyes sales-tax measure
Mar.20  Complex for up to 10,000 employees approved in SJ
Feb.20  Chuck Reed's final state of the city: San Jose must get safer


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Feb.7  San Jose mayor delivers State of the City


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Jul.13
Jan.1  San Jose bans plastic bags


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Sep.13
Jun.30
Jun.7
Jun.3  Cops reach deal, but 100 layoffs loom
Apr.30  Cops agree to slash pay 10 percent
Apr.22  City warns 600 jobs might be axed
Feb.18


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Dec.13
Aug.3
Mar.30
Mar.17
Feb.18  Mayor Calls For Cuts In 'State Of City'


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Nov.5
Aug.24
Jun.9
May.21
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Jul.3
May.12
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Mar.14
  City officials have agreed to allow supporters of the name Little Saigon to pay for and erect their own sign along the Story Road
Feb.19 Pension plans and city auditor at odds

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Nov.21 Meeting gets heated over 'Little Saigon'
  The City Council nearly turned into a riot when council members voted on a new name for a business district, most demanding it be called 'Little Saigon'
 In an 8-to-3 vote, council decided on Saigon Business District. 800 people turned out packing city hall both inside and out.
Oct.24 Mayor Backs Library Porn Filter Proposal  Chuck Reed has thrown his support behind a controversial proposal to install filters on city library computers that would block access to sex... Oct.5 SJ To Unveil Green Vision For City  Mayor Chuck Reed says he wants the city yo be the greenest and most eco-friendly city in the nation Jun.6 City to cut greenhouse gases by 25% Mar.25 City employees enjoy 6-figure salaries  Police officers are supposed to top out at $86,000 per year, but an officer took in more than $175,000 thanks to OT and other extras Feb.13 City Takes Action To Protect Trees Feb.3 Overtime puts officials in top-paid workers

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Aug.23 Norcal Dumped By City Council
Jul.13 Fire chief is stepping down Jun.28   Council Votes To Ask For Gonzales' Resign
  The City Council voted 8-3 in favor of a resolution asking Mayor to resign even though he had earlier reiterated
Jun.26 Mayor Gonzales Defiant On Charges Jun.23 Prosecutor Details Charges Against Mayor Jan.11  City Awards Grand Prix $4 Million

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Dec.13   City Council Censured Gonzales
  The Council voted unanimously to censure the mayor over a trash-hauling deal Dec.10   Mayor Apologizes For Garbage Contract
  Gonzales is taking full responsibility for violating city policies when he negotiated rates behind closed doors Dec.7 Probe: Trash Deal Violated City Policy
  The mayor and his aide violated the policy by helping a garbage hauler get reimbursed for extra labor costs
Oct.15  Dedication ceremony attracted crowd Sep.13 Council members criticize mayor Aug.17  City Hall Reacts To Garbage Report Jul.22 Jury Calls Mayor's Conduct Deceptive  The City Council will hire a special investigator to get to the bottom of a developing garbage contract scandal Jun.14 Mayor Angrily Disputes Grand Jury Report   Investigation Probes Mayor's Trash Deal
  The County report detailing alleged misrepresentation by Ron Gonzales in the signing of a contract
Feb.10 Mayor pushing hard for BART, baseball

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Nov.10  Funds for Councilmember's investigation Sep.7  Calls for Investigation in Cisco Scandal May.5 City May Close Park Restrooms  The officials have proposed closing restrooms at parks from Monday through Thursday to save money park upkeep Mar.17  Protests Against Controversial Parolee Jan.15 Painful Budget Cuts Expected


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Feb.6  Mayor made State of the City speech

year 2002 Top ^

Sep.29 Fire Dept. Memos had Santana Warnings
Aug.14 Groundbreaking of new Civic Center  San Jose Downtown: When completed, the $342 million project will provide office space for 2,000 city employees

year 2001 Top ^

Sep.12  Mayor calls for week of mourning

year 2000 Top ^

Sep.7 SJ Mayor Admites Inappropriate Relationship
Feb.16 Mayor Leads Fight to Protect Open Space