I am so excited to share a sneak peek of what’s coming to the corner of Copper and Maple: The beautiful shopping center we've been promising since 2003.
Rather than enforcing current city code and reducing blight in our neighborhoods, this new ordinance makes it harder for new quality neighborhood markets to open and serve our community.
I believe people on both sides of the debate can agree: We’ve got miles to go to make Fresno a vibrant, safe, and prosperous city for all.
The numbers speak for themselves. More and higher-paid officers are sorely needed and, when funded, they will make Fresno a better and safer city.
Our city has become handicapped in many ways, and we are falling behind our neighbors. In May of 2015, Gallup named Fresno out of the 100 largest cities nationwide the city where people are least likely to feel safe. The Brookings Institute ranked Fresno 93rd out of 100 major cities nationwide in prosperity growth from 2009 through 2014.
I LOVE FRESNOThis community has been instrumental in the success of my family...