This Week in Government Affairs
Stay up to date with issues in Governmental Affairs on the city, county, state and federal level, as well as what’s happening at the Fresno Chamber of Commerce with the “This Week in Government Affairs” video series.
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March 16, 2020
This Week in brief: Hear from Aubrey Willis, Government Affairs Manager, about the latest in the presidential race, Governor Newsom's executive order, the success of Measure M, results from the Fresno Mayor election and more!
March 2, 2020
This Week in brief: This week we discuss , federal funding of High Speed Rail, AB 5 exemptions, water allocation, parking near the Veteran's Hospital, UC and CSU job openings and more!
February 24, 2020
This Week in brief: This week hear about legislators visits to the Valley, County discussions to stop human trafficking, and what the State and City are doing to address homelessness.
February 3, 2020
This Week in brief: Hear the latest local, state and federal Government Affairs update from Aubrey Willis.
January 27, 2020
This Week in brief: This week we discuss a possible Medical School in Fresno, Gavin's law, land donated for a no-kill animal shelter, and more!
January 13, 2020
This Week in brief: This week we discuss Governor Newsom's proposed budget, the new Chair of the Fresno County Board of Supervisors, the City's committee to review the general plan and more!
January 6, 2020
We are gearing up for a busy 2020. Stay up to date with city, county, state and federal legislative happenings each week. This Week in brief: Our new Government Affairs Manager, Aubrey Willis, provides a brief recap of 2019.
November 26, 2018
Stay up to date with issues in Governmental Affairs on the city, county, state and federal level, as well as with on-goings happening in the Fresno Chamber of Commerce. This Week in brief: Local - Council President Soria and Councilman Olivier are bringing forward an item on economic incentives/developer impact fee waivers for businesses in [...]
November 19, 2018
This Week in brief: Local- We are waiting to see the final results of the November 6 General Election, this midterm election had record turnout. The city council will be looking to continue a program that provides fee waivers for businesses and development in certain parts of the city. State- Our thoughts and prayers are [...]
October 22, 2018
In Brief: Fresno City Council- The city will be looking at revisions to the language submitted to voters for Measure P There will be a workshop on possible revenue generation for public safety from the sale of the city’s parking garage on Kern and H. The council will also be reviewing contracts relating to commercial [...]