I'm wiling to say no more. If they come with a [Conditional-Use Permit], I'm going to vote no.—Hayward Councilmember Al Mendall Tuesday to developers who propose housing projects during a work session on the proliferation of liquor and tobacco retailers, massage parlors and payday lenders in the city.
At least five seats in various East Bay cities remain in doubt a week after the Nov. 6 election.
Hayward Councilmember Marvin Peixoto’s re-election coffers received a boost Tuesday after he loaned $18,000 to his own campaign. […]
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.
Hayward landlords used coded racial language during a meeting in May, says the author, and the Hayward City Council ‘did not bat an eye’
Hayward City Council candidate Aisha Wahab turned heads two weeks ago by reporting a haul of campaign contributions […]