Municipal officials recognized 11 employees in observance of the National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Mayor Andre Sayegh marked his hundred days in office by touting some of his key accomplishments. He delivered a 12-minute address listing some of his major accomplishments in office so far.
Mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration is reviving former mayor Jose “Joey” Torres’ municipal identification card program aimed at providing unauthorized immigrants with IDs.
The beating of deaf man by a police officer four days ago, video of which widely circulated on social media over the weekend, sparked outrage among residents and community leaders at a City Council meeting on Tuesday night.
Mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration received the approval of the City Council on Tuesday night to move municipal employees to the state health insurance program that will produce a projected $20 million in savings per year for the cash-strapped municipality.
After years of paying ever increasing health insurance expenses, forcing large tax increases on homeowners, the city is moving to the state health insurance program by Jan. 1, 2019.
The city extended the contracts of 11 law firms that handle various cases for the municipality in state and federal courts for $301,200.