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September 28, 2020

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Council passes request to put liens on homeowners who haven’t paid...

During Monday's meeting, City Council reluctantly passed a motion to place liens on 127 Gilroy properties with tenants who haven't paid their trash bills, conceding to the fact that they are legally bound to approving it because of city health codes. 

Selling a tax increase to voters

Gilroy School Board trustees, encouraged by a recent survey that found more than 50 percent of 501 likely November 2012 Gilroy voters would “strongly support a city sales tax for local schools,” are poised to put the ball in City Council's court.

Protesters give pool issue CPR

More than 60 people showered City Council with pleas to keep the pool at South Valley Middle School open during their regular meeting Monday night.

How to spend $1.3M of the city’s money

Late into the evening at the end of a busy City Council meeting May 21, the council passed more than $1.3 million in expenditures for the coming fiscal year on account of predicted tax revenue increases.

2 percent raise for police; union, city agree on contract

After nearly two months of negotiations, the City of Gilroy and the Gilroy Police Officers Association have agreed on a new two-year contract that awards 2 percent raises each year for all 59 police officers within the union.

Mayor: We’re not trying to keep people from dancing

Hey, Gilroy, so you think you can dance?

Council approves trash service rate increase

During Monday's City Council meeting, council "reluctantly" voted 6-1 on a 5.4 percent increase in trash and recycling service rates within the City of Gilroy.

Public decries sign ordinance

Car dealers, furniture dealers and other small business owners showed up in force to boycott Gilroy's extensive sign ordinance during a special council meeting Monday night.

Check it out!

More than 6,000 people passed through the new library’s doors during its grand opening on Saturday, gaping at its size and beauty, and enjoying its services for the first time.