Reynoso implores Latinos to recall Hayward school boardmembers seeking to oust him

Reynoso Hayward school boardmembers will seek to formally declare Dr. Luis Reynoso's has vacated his seat on Tuesday night, and there appears little recourse at hand to halt the move, aside from a costly legal challenge. Reynoso won re-election to his Hayward school board seat last November, but during the same election, also won the … Continue reading Reynoso implores Latinos to recall Hayward school boardmembers seeking to oust him

Reynoso supporters held protest at Hayward school board president’s home

Supporters of Hayward school boardmember Luis Reynoso protested at the home of school board president April Oquenda on Monday afternoon. About two dozen demonstrators held signs near Oquenda's residence in Hayward's Burbank neighborhood depicting her and two other school district officials as corrupt for seeking Reynoso's removal from the board. The conflict followed Reynoso's re-election … Continue reading Reynoso supporters held protest at Hayward school board president’s home

Blatant cronyism is rearing its ugly head again in Hayward as school board chooses Reynoso’s replacement

The coup that toppled Dr. Luis Reynoso from the Hayward school board is nearly complete. Using highly questionable legal maneuvers, Reynoso was jettisoned last month from the board after recently winning re-election for a fourth term. During the same election last November, Reynoso also won an open seat on the Chabot-Las Positas Community College Board … Continue reading Blatant cronyism is rearing its ugly head again in Hayward as school board chooses Reynoso’s replacement

ALCO Board of Ed race has a Hayward school board flavor; Three seek to replace long-time Superior Court judge

The retirement of long-time Hayward-area Trustee Fred Sims from the county board of education opens up a three-person race that includes two candidates with ties to the Hayward school board. Lisa Brunner, who served on the Hayward school board until she lost re-election last year, joins current Hayward school board member Luis Reynoso, and educator … Continue reading ALCO Board of Ed race has a Hayward school board flavor; Three seek to replace long-time Superior Court judge

Hayward: After Title IX complaint over girls’ sports facilities at Tennyson High, shenanigans follow

Uniforms and equipment belonging to Hayward's Tennnyson High School softball team were removed from a locked storage locker on campus and thrown into a dumpster this week. Exactly who discarded the contents remains a mystery. Tennyson's softball coach Steve Griggs believes the act was deliberate and retaliation for a complaint filed earlier this year with … Continue reading Hayward: After Title IX complaint over girls’ sports facilities at Tennyson High, shenanigans follow

HAYWARD: Halliday wins another term as mayor; Lamnin, Wahab win council seats

Hayward Mayor Barbara Halliday is a winner again. She continued a personal electoral winning streak Tuesday night spanning more than a decade, by registering a resounding re-election victory over Councilmember Mark Salinas. Halliday's second term as mayor will include Councilmember Sara Lamnin, who also won re-election Tuesday night, along with a new colleague--Aisha Wahab, the … Continue reading HAYWARD: Halliday wins another term as mayor; Lamnin, Wahab win council seats

Candidate running in 5 races is making a mockery of the election, says opponent

Nick Harvey is running this November for seats on EBMUD, AC Transit, Hayward USD, Fairview Fire Protection, and Eden Health District.

Hayward councilman asked prospective planning candidate, if chosen, would she end bid for city council

When the Hayward City Council interviewed a slate of candidates for openings on the planning commission and other boards last month, a common question probed whether prospective appointees intended to fulfill their entire four-year term. In recent years, there are have been a number of mid-term resignations, councilmembers noted. Aisha Wahab, who interviewed for a … Continue reading Hayward councilman asked prospective planning candidate, if chosen, would she end bid for city council

Hayward ballot measure hopes to boost lowest transfer tax in Alameda County

The proposed Real Property Transfer Tax would add roughly $2,000 to the price of $500,000 property, the city said.