Richard Doyle, city attorney for the City of San Jose, said Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport has seen a dramatic increase in international flights, which is exactly why a recent ruling makes the facility’s future expansion less cloudy.
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Appeals court partially reverses decision in dispute over expansion of San Jose International Airport
A California appeals court partially reversed a trial court’s decision in a dispute over a plan to expand aviation facilities at Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport.
Appeals court reverses course after California Supreme Court rules on public officials' phone and email records
The California Sixth District Court of Appeal originally ruled against attorney Ted Smith, but now they are taking it back.
SAN FRANCISCO – The California Supreme could soon rule in a long-simmering dispute between San Jose and Santa Clara County over which government agency is entitled to $40 million in already-collected property taxes.
SAN JOSE -- A federal judge has dismissed lawsuits in which the cities of San Jose, Oakland and Berkeley sought to force Monsanto to help pay for reducing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) contamination in the San Francisco Bay.
SACRAMENTO - In a move that has some legal observers scratching — if not shaking — their heads, the California state legislature pushed through in September two measures aimed at giving the cities of Berkeley, Oakland and San Jose standing to refile PCB waterway contamination public nuisance claims against Monsanto.
SAN JOSE -- Residents who have been fighting to save the Willow Glen Railroad Trestle from demolition, arguing that it was a historical landmark, were disappointed when the National Register of Historic Places recently declared the 1922 railroad bridge ineligible for historic status and could be removed to erect a prefabricated pedestrian bridge.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Legal disputes stemming from local governments forcing developers to set aside land for affordable housing, or else pay fines, are expected to persist until the U.S. Supreme Court settles the matter.
SAN FRANCISCO – San Jose firefighters allege that the city owes them unpaid wages.
SAN JOSE – A recent court ruling protecting cities that still have redevelopment agency funding is being hailed as a needed victory for those communities struggling with the closure of the agencies.
SAN JOSE – A recent petition for writ of certiorari was denied by the Supreme Court in a continuing battle against inclusionary zoning involving the California Building Industry Association (CBIA) and the city of San Jose.
SAN JOSE – The U.S. Supreme Court's decision in late February not to hear a challenge to a San Jose-mandated affordable housing law has effectively ended that challenge, a Pacific Legal Foundation official said in an interview.