I don't want to have any more curfews than we need.-San Leandro City Manager Jeff Kay on Monday night hoping the city's nighttime curfew can be lifted prior to the June 8 end date.
San Leandro councilmembers voted in closed session on Monday night to request an independent investigation by the state […]
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The nationwide protests that began with the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer reached the suburbs […]
A potential free testing site in San Leandro is facing some hurdles. Eden Health District officials broached the […]
Former San Leandro City Manager Chris Zapata’s departure two years ago ended one of the strangest periods in […]
As San Leandro remains stunned by the shooting of 33-year-old Steven Taylor by police inside a Walmart store […]
San Leandro officials said a decrease in sales tax revenues due to the covid-19 pandemic could exceed $10 […]
San Leandro joined a growing list of Alameda County in passing tenant protections for those affected by the […]
Following a growing number of school closures statewide, school districts in the East Bay, including Oakland, Berkeley, and […]
After more than three decades of dreaming and 12 years of sporadic success, San Leandro’s Marina-Shoreline project appears […]
The rivalry between San Leandro Councilmember Victor Aguilar, Jr. and the man he replaced on the city council, […]
San Leandro is about to take a higher profile in the East Bay’s issues with traffic and transportation. […]
Like vice-president and lieutenant governor, the honorific of vice mayor sounds important. But it’s not. The ceremonial title’s […]
Cities without campaign contribution limits, however, will be preempted by a new state law coming into effect in 2021.
Howard Kerr, a former San Leandro councilmember who led the effort to implement speed bumps in the city, […]
San Leandro City Clerk Leticia Miguel said a rising number of public records requests are taxing her office. […]
San Leandro’s response to two power shut-offs by Pacific Gas & Electric last October was suboptimal, but the […]
San Leandro Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter wants a pay increase equal to three times that of her council […]
The process for construction of Grover Cleveland Park in San Leandro during the 1980s and early 90s was […]
Almost immediately after the passing of former San Leandro Mayor Tony Santos last April, city officials began contemplating […]
While East Bay tenants activists have changed the political landscape in recent years in Oakland, Alameda, and Hayward, […]
Last fall, San Leandro Councilmember Deborah Cox sailed to re-election. The result was expected in a race that […]