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Coyote Valley development task force  Mayor Ron Gonzales today proposed a 20-member task force to draw up a specific plan for the future development 245-unit affordable housing approved
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3 seats open on Planning Commission  The seats available on the commission are for four-year terms ending June 30, 2006 Gays exempted from paying transfer tax  Council voted to exempt gay and lesbian domestic partners from having to pay a property transfer tax Ex-Mayor settled lawsuit vs. city  Al Ruffo today settled his lawsuit over the proposed construction of a new downtown City Hall   Mayor released city budget  Ron Gonzales proposed 2003 budget has no layoffs despite having to close a deficit of approximately $35 million Groundbreaking of new Civic Center
Councilwoman appointed to US post  Pat Dando has been appointed vice chair of the National League of Cities' Transportation and Infrastructure Committee   State of City speech  Mayor Ron Gonzales is touting San Jose as the 'city of solutions'   Mayor runs almost solo race  Ron Gonzales has drawn 5 opponents, but none with the political base or financial backing Mayor's Race Could Go To Runoff  5 candidates together may be able to gather enough votes for runoff   Gonzales wins another term as mayor

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  Ron Gonzales won re-election to another 4-year term, capturing 57% votes in a 6-candidate field to avoid a runoff

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  When completed, the $342 million project will provide office space for 2,000 city employees
  The $60 million apartment complex will be built with a $15 million city subsidy

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Sep.19   New housing complex for seniors  Mayor Gonzales will mark the opening of a new affordable housing complex for seniors and a youth center for teens Sep.29   Fire Dept. Memos had Santana Warnings
  Internal memos reveal that two years ago Fire officials had safety concerns about the Santana Row development

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Oct.8   Budget crisis  Mayor Gonzales said that city officials are looking at creative ways to preserve the current levels of municipal services Oct.30   Renters get additional eviction protections
  The ordinance requires landlords to offer arbitration to tenants given a 60-day eviction notice without cause

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Nov.2   Proposal for Stricter Fire Codes
  Builders would be required to hire fulltime fire inspectors and file a detailed fire safety plan Nov.14   Mayor wants to expand Airport earlier
  Gonzales said his proposal is driven by the airport's need to comply quickly with federal security mandates

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Dec.5   Safest large city in America
  Mayor Gonzales said the top ranking is the result of a strong police force
Dec.10   City Council approved raising taxi fare
  The new fares, $2.50 per mile up from $2.25 per mile, will go into effect on March 1, 2003

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