Clovis City Council 2-20-2024

ProducerCity of Clovis
SeriesClovis City Council Meetings
DescriptionWith the council’s unanimous vote, the city of Clovis and the plaintiff in the long-running lawsuit, Desiree Martinez v. City of Clovis, reached a settlement agreement, ending years of litigation about the city’s land use policies and availability of affordable housing. Martinez brought the case, with the help of Central California Legal Services (CCLS), the Public Interest Law Project (PILP), and the Law Office of Patience Milrod, to urge Clovis to plan and zone for people of all income levels. The council received an update on tourism from Fresno Clovis Convention and Visitors Bureau President/CEO Lisa Oliveira, who reported that the Transitory Occupancy Tax (TOT), or tax on hotel rooms, generated $4.1 million for the Clovis in 2023.
DateFebruary 20, 2024