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Milpitas City Council faces sharp criticism from Governor and Law Foundation over planned Homekey lawsuit

The Milpitas City Council is catching heat for its recent unanimous vote in favor of a lawsuit against Santa Clara County to prevent the...

Get to know the candidates: Sunnyhills Apartments

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Get to know the candidates: Small business support

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Get to know the candidates: Natural disaster protection

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Milpitas City Council opposes homeless housing project at local hotel

The Milpitas City Council voted unanimously Thursday to draft a letter opposing a plan that would turn a local hotel into housing for Santa...

Get to know the candidates: Public Safety

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Get to know the candidates: Proposition 22

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Assembly candidate Bob Brunton pledges to change up the status quo

Former Ohlone College District trustee Bob Brunton knows he’s a longshot in the California Assembly District 25 race. The father of two and Fremont...

A progressive shakeup could be coming to Assembly District 25 in Alex Lee

Alex Lee in many ways embodies the progressive ideals and policies Gen Z and millennial voters like himself seek in a candidate. But even...

Get to know the candidates: Revitalizing our Main Street

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Get to know the candidates: Affordable housing & developer in-lieu fees

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Get to know the candidates: Balancing budget

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Get to know the candidates: Cannabis shops in Milpitas

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Get to know the candidates: City beautification

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Santa Clara County moves to allow opening of indoor dining, museums, & more

This afternoon, Santa Clara County leaders held a press conference to formally announce a revised risk reduction order for the county amid the COVID-19...

Get to know the candidates: Proposition 15

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Get to know the candidates: Proposition 16

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Get to know the candidates: Leadership

This is part of a series of Q&As for Mayoral and City Council candidates for the November 2020 election. Questions were submitted by Milpitas...

Milpitas to explore litigation against State, County over hotel conversion project for homeless housing

This article has been updated. During the Tuesday, October 6 Council meeting, at Mayor Rich Tran’s request, Council unanimously agreed to explore potential litigation against...

Santa Clara County issues revised order, prepares to allow limited indoor dining

The County today put out a Revised Risk Reduction Order, meaning we’re likely to be downgraded from the State's Red Tier category to an...

City of Milpitas transitioning to live audio for public comments

Starting with the October 6 City Council meeting, the City of Milpitas will finally transition to audio-only live comments. A recent memo from the Office...

City Council candidate Evelyn Chua shocked and saddened by accusations of racism

Over this past weekend, Milpitas Vice Mayor and City Council candidate Bob Nuñez published a video on his Facebook page calling out Evelyn Chua...

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