Earlier this month, Hayward Councilmember Elisa Marquez and Mark Salinas – two of three incumbents seeking re-election this […]
Alameda County Supervisor District 1 This race has already been the East Bay’s most punishing for months. The […]
The field of 13 candidates this November, includes three incumbents, and a field of newcomers baptized by Hayward’s […]
Hayward councilmembers approved a $169 million budget for the next fiscal year that includes a $4.1 million cut […]
Hayward Councilmember Francisco Zermeño apologized for diminishing the Black Lives Matter movement by previously using derivatives of the […]
As Hayward councilmembers thanked its executive team and firefighters on Tuesday night for foregoing two percent cost-of-living increases […]
Workers earning a minimum wage in Hayward will not receive a previously promised $2 an hour raise for, […]
Since the coronavirus outbreak took full force last week, Hayward Councilmember Mark Salinas said he’s received numerous phone […]
After receiving push back from some local labor unions, Hayward Councilmembers Elisa Marquez and Francisco Zermeno pulled their […]
UPDATE – After talking to, Hayward councilmembers rescind support for charter school canddiate. A surprising number of elected […]
Over the past year, East Bay cities such as Oakland, Richmond, Livermore, Alameda, and San Leandro have moved […]
A 37-acre parcel of hillside land near Cal State East Bay in Hayward, long ago envisioned by CalTrans […]
A new rent stabilization ordinance in Hayward was formally approved Tuesday night. But the ordinance does not come […]
After decades of landlords slowly whittling away the number of units protected by a city rent ordinance to […]
With frustrations from the family of the man slain by Hayward Police last November running high, the Hayward […]
The tension at Hayward City Hall has been building for months between some elected officials and the insurgent […]
Vote next Tuesday night would stop evictions without cause, perhaps, up to one year.
Hayward’s General Fund reserves estimated last June to fall below 20 percent of its expenses, a threshold mandated by the City Council.
Measure T would double Hayward’s existing real property transfer tax from $4.50 per $1,000 of property value on residential and commercial buildings to $8.50.
Salinas, who is running for mayor this fall, called the City Council opportunistic for welcoming the cannabis industry into Hayward
Hayward councilmembers unanimously approved moratoriums on vacancy decontrol and added just cause protection to nearly 15,000 rental units.