San Leandro councilmembers voted in closed session on Monday night to request an independent investigation by the state […]
The rivalry between San Leandro Councilmember Victor Aguilar, Jr. and the man he replaced on the city council, […]
Cities without campaign contribution limits, however, will be preempted by a new state law coming into effect in 2021.
San Leandro’s response to two power shut-offs by Pacific Gas & Electric last October was suboptimal, but the […]
A few hours after San Leandro Councilmember Victor Aguilar, Jr. was grilled last Thursday night by a planning […]
Victor Aguilar, Jr. was already eyeing a rematch for the San Leandro City Council in 2018 when incumbent […]
San Leandro accepted a nearly $32,000 federal grant that will allow its police department to purchase a drone. […]
At least five seats in various East Bay cities remain in doubt a week after the Nov. 6 election.
Altogether, the number of alleged campaign finance violations is potentially more than 200.
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.