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Plan to allow oil trains to pass through SJ facing opposition
Apple gets green light for massive San Jose development


year 2016 Top ^

Jan.26
  City Council unanimously approved Apple’s plans to develop up to 4.15 million square feet of office space over 15 years in North San Jose


year 2015 Top ^

Jan.25
  Phillips 66 would build a rail terminal at its Santa Maria refinery that would send trains with up to 80 cars of crude oil through California and the Bay Area



year 2014 Top ^

Mar.20


year 2013 Top ^

Aug.27


year 2012 Top ^

Jan.1


year 2010 Top ^

Dec.13


year 2009 Top ^

Aug.24
  A 4-member council committee unanimously recommended approval of an ordinance that would prohibit grocery stores from giving out plastic bags
Jan.5   Modest loss in conventions expected  City officials expect to make it through the economic downturn with only modest losses to the city's convention business

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.29 SJ pension fund losses worse than peers
  San Jose's retirement director: the city's pension funds have performed worse in the market downturn than those of its peers such as SF May.20 McKesson Sued On Prices
  The city is suing McKesson over allegations the nation's largest prescription drug distributor fixed prices on hundreds of name-brand drugs
May.12 City to hire collection agencies  San Jose officials plan on turning to collection agencies as they work on reducing $137 million budget deficit

year 2007 Top ^

Nov.30   Building inspectors go on strike  The strike by the 90-member Association of Building, Mechanical and Electrical Inspectors is over issues involving disciplinary procedures

year 2006 Top ^

Aug.23 Norcal Dumped By City Council
  The council has decided not to re-sign with the garbage company at the center of the city's biggest scandal
Jun.21 City Approves $2.6 Billion Budget  The budget closes a $35 million deficit and gives more money to police and neighborhood initiatives Jan.30   Tax Deal With American Airlines  City officials are considering a deal similar to Oakland deal they condemned a few years ago

year 2005 Top ^

Mar.16   Mayor released budget recommendations  Ron Gonzales released his recommendations for the 2005-2006, addressing a projected budget shortfall of $57 million Mar.1 City Council approved terminal expansion  The Council approved increasing the size of airport's planned expansion project by 625,000 square feet

year 2004 Top ^

Aug.4 $8 million Cisco purchase was biased Jun.20 Mayor Supports BART Extension Jun.12 Coyote Valley Plans Call for 25,000 Homes. South San Jose May.4 Proposed $725.2 million budget cuts 12% Jan.15 Painful Budget Cuts Expected
  The city faces a record deficit of $85 million. Police and fire stations may have to close

year 2003 Top ^

Mar.4 Airport Expansion Measure Passes
  Measure A was approved by 58% of city voters in a special election. Voter turnout was just over 14%

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.5     Safest large city in America  San Jose: Mayor Gonzales said the top ranking is the result of a strong police force Jun.5   Mayor released city budget  Ron Gonzales proposed 2003 budget has no layoffs despite having to close a deficit of approximately $35 million

year 2001 Top ^

May.30     Mayor agrees on power plant  After months of pressure, Gonzales has dropped his opposition to a proposed $400 million Metcalf Energy Center

year 2000 Top ^

Feb.16 Mayor Leads Fight to Protect Open Space
  Ron Gonzales will campaign for a voter-approved measure to strengthen the city's existing green-line policies


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2016-01-26 Apple gets green light for massive San Jose development San Jose City Hall
C. 2015-01-25 Plan to allow oil trains to pass through SJ facing opposition San Jose City Hall
3. 2014-03-20 Complex for up to 10,000 employees approved in SJ E Brokaw Rd & US 101, San Jose
4. 2012-01-01 San Jose bans plastic bags San Jose City Hall
5. 2010-12-13 City Council considers plastic bag ban San Jose City Hall
6. 2009-08-24 City To Ban On Plastic, Most Paper Bags San Jose City Hall
H. 2009-01-05 Modest loss in conventions expected San Jose City Hall
I. 2008-12-29 SJ pension fund losses worse than peers San Jose City Hall



    
    

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City to hire collection agencies  San Jose officials plan on turning to collection agencies as they work on reducing $137 million budget deficit City Approves $2.6 Billion Budget  The budget closes a $35 million deficit and gives more money to police and neighborhood initiatives   Mayor released budget recommendations  Ron Gonzales released his recommendations for the 2005-2006, addressing a projected budget shortfall of $57 million Proposed $725.2 million budget cuts 12% Painful Budget Cuts Expected  The city faces a record deficit of $85 million. Police and fire stations may have to close   Mayor released city budget  Ron Gonzales proposed 2003 budget has no layoffs despite having to close a deficit of approximately $35 million Building inspectors go on strike  The strike by the 90-member Association of Building, Mechanical and Electrical Inspectors is over issues involving disciplinary procedures $8 million Cisco purchase was biased Plan to allow oil trains to pass through SJ facing opposition




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Jan.25
  Phillips 66 would build a rail terminal at its Santa Maria refinery that would send trains with up to 80 cars of crude oil through California and the Bay Area
2008 Dec.29 SJ pension fund losses worse than peers
  San Jose's retirement director: the city's pension funds have performed worse in the market downturn than those of its peers such as SF



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2008 May.20 McKesson Sued On Prices
  The city is suing McKesson over allegations the nation's largest prescription drug distributor fixed prices on hundreds of name-brand drugs




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2012 Jan.1 San Jose bans plastic bags  Environmentalists say the bags can choke up waterways and they're dangerous to some birds 2010 Dec.13 City Council considers plastic bag ban
  San Jose could become the largest California city to ban single-use plastic bags and bar retailers from giving away paper ones 2009 Aug.24 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 bags




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2006 Jan.30 Tax Deal With American Airlines  City officials are considering a deal similar to Oakland deal they condemned a few years ago 2005 Mar.1 City Council approved terminal expansion  The Council approved increasing the size of airport's planned expansion project by 625,000 square feet 2003 Mar.4 Airport Expansion Measure Passes
  Measure A was approved by 58% of city voters in a special election. Voter turnout was just over 14%



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2004 Jun.20 Mayor Supports BART Extension



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2013 Aug.27 San Jose names new airport director  City announced that longtime assistant airport director Kim Aguirre will succeed Director Bill Sherry when he retires at the end of Septembe...



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2004 Jun.12 Coyote Valley Plans Call for 25,000 Homes
. South San Jose 2002 Dec.5   Safest large city in America  San Jose: Mayor Gonzales said the top ranking is the result of a strong police force 2000 Feb.16 Mayor Leads Fight to Protect Open Space  Ron Gonzales will campaign for a voter-approved measure to strengthen the city's existing green-line policies



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2009 Jan.5 Modest loss in conventions expected  City officials expect to make it through the economic downturn with only modest losses to the city's convention business



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2016 Jan.26 Apple gets green light for massive San Jose development
  City Council unanimously approved Apple’s plans to develop up to 4.15 million square feet of office space over 15 years in North San Jose
2014 Mar.20 Complex for up to 10,000 employees approved in SJ   San Jose: A monster complex near Mineta San Jose International Airport with room for up to 10,000 employees was just approved by city officials



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2001 May.30   Mayor agrees on power plant  After months of pressure, Gonzales has dropped his opposition to a proposed $400 million Metcalf Energy Center