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Stockton Approves Agreements with Six LAbor Groups

STOCKTON, CA – The Stockton City Council approved labor agreements with six of its nine employee labor groups Tuesday, July 24. Continue reading

New Community Development Director for Stockton

Official seal of City of Stockton

Official seal of City of Stockton

(Stockton, CA) – The City of Stockton has selected a new director to head its Community Development Department. Steve Chase, Director of Planning and Environment Services with the City of Goleta, will join the City of Stockton in July as the chief official of building, planning and development. Continue reading

AB 506 Process Extended to Prevent City Bankruptcy


Official seal of City of Stockton

Official seal of City of Stockton (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(Stockton, CA) – The City of Stockton announced today that participants in the confidential neutral evaluation process, AB 506, have agreed to extend the mediation process beyond the originally scheduled 60 days, for an additional 30 days, through June 25. Continue reading

Stockton Accepting Applications for Central Parking District Advisory Board Vacancy

(bw) Stockton, CA- The City of Stockton is currently accepting applications for one (1) vacancy on the seven-member (7) Central Parking District Board, due to the resignation of one of its members. Full terms are for four (4) years with a limit of two (2) terms.

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Stockton accepting applications for Redevlopment Agency

(Stockton, CA) – The City of Stockton is currently accepting applications for four (4) vacancies on the seven- (7) member Redevelopment Commission/Relocation Appeals Board. The vacancies are the result of the term expirations of members on March 31, 2011. The term of office is four (4) years and will commence upon appointment and run through March 31, 2015. All applicants must reside in the city of Stockton and may not hold any public office or position of employment with the City of Stockton. The deadline for applications is March 29, 2011, at 6:00 p.m. Continue reading

It’s official: Arena, City venues to SMG

Stockton, CA / City of Stockton via Bilingual Weekly

The Stockton City Council unanimously (7-0) approved a five year management agreement on Tuesday, January 25, 2011 with SMG – a global leader in entertainment venue management – to provide booking, catering, maintenance, promotion, programming and general operations for the Stockton Arena, Stockton Ballpark, Bob Hope Theatre and Oak Park Ice Arena, effective February 25, 2011. Continue reading

Stockton Arena: IFG is out, SMG is in

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

The City of Stockton and International Facilities Group (IFG), the company that manages the Stockton Arena, Stockton Ballpark, Bob Hope Theatre and the Oak Park Ice Arena, announced today that they will end a six-year relationship. Continue reading

Is Stockton Police losing face?

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

The Stockton Police Department (SPD) is experiencing an unprecedented low on public relations these days: their seemly insensible, unyielding position on salary raises and overtime, billboards meant to scare Stocktonians into opposing officers’ layoffs, and now the questionable shooting of an unarmed Juvenile Hall escapee and carjacking suspect. Continue reading

Fire Department Clean-up Investigated-City of Stockton Reports

(Stockton, CA) – The City of Stockton received calls from citizens in response to reports of
on-duty firefighters clearing weeds and debris surrounding a building at 19 Pilgrim Street
that is owned by Stockton Firefighters’ Union Local 456. Continue reading

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