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  Mayor remain hospitalized  Ron Gonzales' condition remained fair after 'extremely mild' stroke Prognosis is Good for Mayor Gonzales   Mayor Remains Hospitalized  Ron Gonzales likely will for at least a few more days following a stroke suffered last week   Mayor Gonzales released from hospital  Doctors have not yet established a timeline for the return to work Teen Arraigned for Murder Mayor proposes wage freezes Mayor Gonzales Back at Work
City manager to recommend police chief   Rob Davis set to become next police chief  City Manager Del Borgsdorf was recommending a 23-year veteran of the Police Department for the job Price for City Hall Zooms Up Painful Budget Cuts Expected  The city faces a record deficit of $85 million. Police and fire stations may have to close City Explores Corporate Sponsorships   Davis sworn in as city's 20th police chief  Rob Davis, 46, wants to update the department's Web site so that suspect descriptions can be automatically downloaded   Mayor suffers mild stroke during speech


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  Ron Gonzales suffered a minor stroke in the middle of an annual program that assesses the state of the city
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February 2004 ... more > Top ^
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  Gonzales planned a brief news conference to talk about his recovery and other issues


March 2004 ... more > Top ^
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  San Jose became the first city in the state to recognize same-sex marriages performed elsewhere
Mar.17 Mayor Finishes State of the City Address   Protests Against Controversial Parolee  The city stepped up its protests against convicted sex offender Cary Verse

May 2004 ... more > Top ^
May.4 188 city employees could lose their jobs
Proposed $725.2 million budget cuts 12% May.5   City May Close Park Restrooms
  The officials have proposed closing restrooms at parks from Monday through Thursday to save money park upkeep
May.25   Allegations against city councilman  Terry Gregory allegedly pressured a developer into providing him with free meals and a case of wine valued at $1,500 May.28 New allegations against Councilman

June 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jun.12   Coyote Valley Plans Call for 25,000 Homes  Among the plans is a 50,000-job industrial park and a greenbelt space Jun.20   Mayor Supports BART Extension  Ron Gonzales said he remains a strong supporter of the project

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Aug.4   $8 million Cisco purchase was biased  A city review: decision to purchase networking and phone equipment for the new City Hall was biased Aug.10   Chief information officer Grycz resigns
  An official release of an audit found her decision to purchase $8 million in Cisco equipment for the new City Hall biased


September 2004 ... more > Top ^
Sep.7   Calls for Investigation in Cisco Scandal  Council members are casting a more suspicious eye at Cisco's role in $8 million City Hall scandal Sep.11   Former police chief sues city, former DA  Earl Sanders has sued the city and former District Attorney Hallinan, claiming malicious prosecution Sep.18 Sharks Owe Money to San Jose

October 2004 ... more > Top ^
Oct.31   Police Auditor Accuses Dept. of Hindering
  Independent Auditor has yet to receive a single report from the city's police on the 6 people shot by officer's

November 2004 ... more > Top ^
Nov.10   Funds for Councilmember's investigation
  The City Council approved the funds for an independent investigation regarding the allegations against Terry Gregory Nov.15   Police Chief Learns from Ramadan  Rob Davis also fasted even though he's a Mormon. He had nearly lost his voice

December 2004 ... more > Top ^
Dec.17   City Council censures one of their own  The Council unanimously voted to censure Councilman Terry Gregory over gifts allegations Dec.25   Jury to Investigate Gift-Taking  Councilman Terry Gregory is already under scrutiny for allegedly coercing gifts and contributions




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