Joseph Geha, East Bay Times

Joseph Geha

East Bay Times

Fremont, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Joseph:

Fremont to raise fees for developers who don’t build affordable homes

Fremont has struggled to get developers to build nearly enough housing affordable to people who earn lower wages. → Read More

Fremont appoints Karena Shackelford as new city manager, first African American to hold role in city history

Shackelford will become the first African American to hold the top administrative spot in the city’s 65-year history. → Read More

Fremont city manager was arrested for domestic violence before suddenly resigning

Several Fremont councilmembers and a city spokesperson declined to comment this week on whether the arrest played a role in Danaj’s departure from the city. → Read More

Fremont police arrest man suspected in armed camera equipment robbery

Police say men followed photographer from San Francisco before robbing him. → Read More

Fremont police arrest man suspected in armed camera equipment robbery

A man who police say robbed a photographer at gunpoint and later shot at the man and witnesses last month has been arrested and charged with several crimes, including attempted murder, authorities said. → Read More

COVID: Chabot-Las Positas college district adopts vaccine mandate for spring 2022

Full vaccination against COVID-19 will be required for all students and staff who will be on campus. → Read More

COVID: Chabot-Las Positas college district adopts vaccine mandate for spring 2022

The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District, which serves nearly 30,000 students annually in the East Bay, will require full vaccination against COVID-19 for all students, faculty, and staff who will be on campus, beginning in the coming spring semester. → Read More

Milpitas names Jared Hernandez as new police chief

Hernandez has more than two decades of experience with the Milpitas Police Department. → Read More

Milpitas names Jared Hernandez as new police chief

Jared Hernandez, serving as the Acting Police Chief in Milpitas since the beginning of this year, has been appointed as the next permanent police chief. → Read More

Milpitas council supports nixing vaping products and flavored tobacco, ban could still be months off

Milpitas officials signaled their support this week for banning the sale of flavored tobacco products within city limits, as part of a wave of California and South Bay cities that have already adopted rules intended to limit youth exposure and access to tobacco. → Read More

Milpitas council supports nixing vaping products and flavored tobacco, ban could still be months off

The Milpitas City Council agreed during its meeting Tuesday that the city should adopt restrictions similar to those approved last week in San Jose. → Read More

Milpitas to spend $1.3 million on minivan ‘micro-transit’ program

Milpitas plans to spend $1.3 million to pilot an “on-demand” shuttle program aimed at making public transit more convenient by more easily connecting people to and from existing transit services in the city, such as BART and VTA light rail trains. → Read More

Fremont city manager Mark Danaj may have been forced out by city council

After three years as Fremont’s city manager, Mark Danaj has resigned from his position this week without an explanation, but city records indicate the City Council forced Danaj out of the role. → Read More

Towering new turbines spinning in the winds of Altamont Pass

After more than four years of work, a project to remove hundreds of outdated wind turbines from a large swath of land along the Altamont Pass and replace them with 23 new, more efficient models capable of producing enough energy for nearly 50,000 homes in the East Bay is complete. → Read More

COVID: Fremont’s huge art and wine festival canceled for second consecutive year due to pandemic

For a second year in a row, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of the Fremont Festival of the Arts, an annual event that draws hundreds of thousands to the city over one summer weekend to soak up sun, sample beer and wine, shop at hundreds of vendor booths, and listen to live music. → Read More

Dublin middle school principal on leave after heated exchange with high school student

The principal of a Dublin middle school was put on paid administrative leave Monday after a video was taken showing him in a heated exchange with a mother and her high school son. → Read More

Long-delayed BART Warm Springs pedestrian bridge could open this fall

The BART Warm Springs West Access Bridge and Plaza -- a $41 million landmark public works project aimed at directly connecting thousands of residents and workers to one of the newest transit stops in the region, and that was originally hoped to open as early fall 2018 -- is now expected to open sometime this fall, after the project was delayed several times. → Read More

Fremont council rejects ‘road diet’ on stretch of Paseo Padre Parkway

“Trying to back out of our driveways is a mess. I mean you take your life in your hands,” resident Joanne Miller said. → Read More

Man fatally shot by Fremont police pointed gun at officer, police say

Police said the man fatally shot matched the description of a man suspected in an earlier shooting. → Read More

BART has collected over $400,000 renting unused parking spaces to Tesla during pandemic

For much of this year, Tesla has been renting hundreds of parking spaces for its employees from BART at the Warm Springs/South Fremont station, netting the public transit agency just over $433,000 as of September. → Read More