The Los Angeles Times just posted an article which takes a close look at Sunnyvale’s cross-training public safety model. It’s a good read. More and more cities are looking to us in tight budget times, seeing the savings that the … Continue reading
It’s the first meeting of the year, which is always a light agenda. The bulk of the agenda is actually on consent, with mostly ceremonial stuff being handled by Council. There are no study sessions, closed sessions, special orders, or presentations. … Continue reading
While we had our big centennial celebration back in August with much ado and fanfare, today marks the actual 100th anniversary of Sunnyvale’s incorporation, which took place on December 24th, 1912. Happy Birthday, Sunnyvale!
Another very long night to end the year. We started with a closed session to review the City Manager’s performance. No comment, but he did attend the general meeting that followed, so take that for what it’s worth… We then … Continue reading
Boy was this a long and serious night. Councilmember Moylan teleconferenced from Connecticut, due to a death in his family. This also represented the first meeting with our new City Attorney, Joan Borger, and the departure of our Interim City … Continue reading