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Hundreds Pack Meeting Over Little Saigon   Protests will continue and will grow if the City Council refuses to designate a stretch of Story Road as 'Little Saigon' at night's meeting Deal Ends 'Saigon' Dispute, Hunger Strike Map of story road San Jose
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Pension plans and city auditor at odds  Trustees of city's pension plans and the city auditor are about to lock horns over an audit of the retirement department's travel expenses 'Little Saigon' name draws protest
Mayor Won't Attend Tet Parade  Chuck Reed said he is avoiding this Sunday's festivities out of concern for public safety Voters To Decide Name Of Saigon District

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  Mayor Reed and Councilwoman Nguyen are abandoning their support for calling Vietnamese business district the 'Saigon Business District'

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  More than 2,500 people protested outside of City Hall over the city's decision to name the area 'Saigon Business District,' instead of 'Little Saigon'
  City officials have agreed to allow supporters of the name Little Saigon to pay for and erect their own sign along the Story Road
Mar.26   City approves 'Little Saigon' compromise Map of city street San Jose
  The City Council unanimously passed the compromise that will allow supporters to have a sign with that name erected along a major city street

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Apr.16   Mayor Reed Promotes Walking  Mayor led a charge out of City Hall to promote walking for health and transportation

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May.12   City to hire collection agencies  San Jose officials plan on turning to collection agencies as they work on reducing $137 million budget deficit May.20   McKesson Sued On Prices
  The city is suing McKesson over allegations the nation's largest prescription drug distributor fixed prices on hundreds of name-brand drugs May.28   First City Falcon Chick Takes Flight  One of San Jose's peregrine falcon chicks took flight for the first time. Carlos and Clara, had 3 chicks hatch on Earth Day in their nest

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Jul.3   City No Longer Pay For Tree Maintenance  The city will no longer pay for trimming and maintenance services on trees located in sidewalk and parking strip areas Jul.11   Mayor Opposed To Gay Marriage
  Reed: I don't support changing the definition of marriage, but whether this is the appropriate ballot measure, we'll have to wait until it goes on

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Sep.22   Anti-gang plan targets 1st graders
  Amid rising crime rates, the City Council will consider a new four-year anti-gang plan that targets kids as young as the first grade

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Oct.10   City councilwoman to face recall election
  Madison Nguyen SJ first-ever Vietnamese council member support of the name 'Saigon Business District' instead of ''Little Saigon'

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Dec.17   City to pay $70K in Taser settlement
  The city will pay $70,000 to the family of 38-year-old Jose Rios who died after police used a Taser stun gun on him
Dec.21   City Police Force Adds 22 New Officers  The San Jose Police Department says that the extra help will go a long way in fighting crime Dec.29   SJ pension fund losses worse than peers  San Jose's retirement director: the city's pension funds have performed worse in the market downturn than those of its peers such as SF

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