Tony Santos, a former San Leandro mayor, stalwart progressive and friend of labor, who lead the once-segregated city […]
San Leandro city leaders are caught firmly between the desire of some councilmembers and progressive activists to completely […]
Since 2016, Wells Fargo Bank has been an angry touchstone among progressives because of its unscrupulous business practices […]
In the run up to the San Leandro City Council’s decision Monday night to renew a 14-year-old contract […]
San Leandro dispensaries say medical cannabis-only sales put them at a serious economic disadvantage against adult use stores.
San Leandro city staff is also recommending an expiration date for its two unopened permitted dispensaries.
At the same time acknowledging the need to diversify its mix of new housing, the San Leandro City […]
Ribbon-cutting ceremony set for Jan. 11.
Alameda Assistant City Manager Liz Warmerdam is moving to San Leandro City Hall for the same position, it […]
Sandra Spagnoli, who was San Leandro’s first-ever female police chief when she was hired in 2011, is facing […]
A structural deficit in San Leandro may worsen if the economy turns downward soon. High turnout elections in 2020 could help support tax measures.
San Leandro voted to sell a $700,000 investment note with Wells Fargo in Nov. 2017, but totally untangling itself from the bank has proven more difficult.
The Most Interesting Man in San Leandro readies another run for mayor
Another twist in the San Leandro city manager scandal
A curious turn of events in the San Leandro city manager scandal.
City may be worried about potential legal liabilities, but the agreement could also hamper some commissioners who are running for the City Council this fall.
Did East Bay insider Gordon Galvan throw his long-time associate Rose Padilla Johnson under the bus, according to a 50-page report that clears the city manager of sexual harassment claims?
San Leandro City Council schedules special closed session for Monday evening.
Proposed ordinance would track interactions between paid lobbyists and city officials, but there were many hints as to why it’s needed.
A batch of text messages between Padilla Johnson and Zapata cast the infamous Foster’s Freeze meetings in a far different light.
Independent investigation repeatedly questions Davis Street CEO Rose Padilla Johnson’s claims of sexual misconduct by the city manager.
Also: San Leandro’s own city manager scandal could be heating up again on Tuesday night.
–OAKLAND– Regular council meeting, Tuesday, May 15, 5:30 p.m. [ENTIRE AGENDA HERE] –A’S COLISEUM ENA– The Oakland City Council is […]
Parcel tax could raise $3-$6 per year for public safety Three of the last four San Leandro municipal […]
THE WEEK OF MAY 4-10 –HAYWARD– Special council meeting, Tuesday, May 8, 7 p.m. [ENTIRE AGENDA HERE]–SOUTH HAYWARD HOUSING– “The proposed […]
Don Grundmann ran for the San Leandro school board in 2008. U.S. SENATE–ELECTION 2018–Don Grundmann has long been […]