[If something better] is out there, then we'll keep them, ... If not, let's scrap it.
I can't tell you I'm satisfied with the results of the whole camera situation, because I'm not.
It's all about moving this state forward to get this state fiscally sound.
We will never have quotas in this city as long as I am mayor, but we will darn sure have goals
[Autry also directly criticized Parks. He said the FPOA] has had some good leaders who put the community first. ... we are seeing a big departure from that ... Parks would rather operate behind a veil of secrecy, which is not good for the public or the Police Department.
It was supposed to be Urban Growth Management fees, but all it did was fuel sprawl, ... It didn't control anything because it was uncontrolled at City Hall. It was a mess.
We are expecting that, come tomorrow, they'll be arriving.
We'll do it with open arms, with a big heart [and] with a full understanding of the pragmatic challenges that are there
A natural disaster in one American city is a natural disaster in every American city, including Fresno and, for that matter, every city and small town in the San Joaquin Valley
We're assuming that these folks will be coming here and staying here.
The key to truly rebuilding our central city on a vital and sustainable foundation is people.
In fact, even the perception of a resurgence in crime can be enough to paralyze business momentum and destroy the sense of security that a vibrant and progressive city requires.
I do not believe that defending traditional marriage between one man and one woman excludes anybody or usurps anybody's civil rights and denies anybody their civil rights.
A multi-purpose stadium is an absolute must in order to invigorate our downtown and, simultaneously, let the rest of the country witness that we can get things done.
I support public and private partnerships whenever appropriate in order to achieve our goal of a prosperous and vibrant downtown.