Eddie Manfro has served as the chief administrator of Westminster for 7 years and has worked for the city in some capacity for more than a decade. Next month, his tenure will come to an end.
Santa Barbara County now leads the state in the number of legal marijuana grows.
Oakland has become the second California city and the third nationwide to ban the use of facial recognition technology by government and law enforcement officials. Berkeley may be next.
The Sacramento Area Council of Governments has received its regional housing needs determination from the California Department of Housing and Community Development.
CaliforniaCityNews hosted a Municipal Cannabis Policy Workshop for Bay Area city officials on July 31 in the City of San Mateo.
Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a $222.2 billion budget proposal for 2020-21 on Friday – the second annual spending plan he has presented as governor and the largest in state history.
An appellate court has ruled that Huntington Beach must abide by California’s sanctuary state law, SB 54, even though it is a charter city.
Campaigns have access to more voters, polling, and media data than at any time in history. But the quality, accuracy, and reliability of this data is being questioned more than ever.