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Fresno City Council Member Clint Olivier is considering a run, and Republicans are excited at the possibility. Olivier, they say, is one of the few local Republicans who can be competitive in the seat…
Council Members Clint Olivier and Lee Brand asked their council colleagues to adopt the Enterprise Accountability and Oversight Act. The act would create a committee of experts charged with making sure taxpayers get their money’s worth on the biggest projects.
In the Bee, Clint writes: “Everyone has an opinion about how the street should look and what kinds of products should be offered there. While the debate rages on, progress is already being made. Fresnans are deciding what the street should look like. The economic demand we all play a part in generating is causing local and national businesses alike to take notice of central and south Fresno. The result: Blackstone is taking on a different appearance, as those same companies pour millions of dollars into refurbishing old buildings and constructing new ones.”
Clint Olivier of District 7 was the only member to garner a perfect score, voting with the chamber on 10 key votes, including bus rapid transit, Fulton Mall street restoration, the 2035 General Plan Update and relocation of the Brenntag Pacific chemical warehouse.