The bill, authored by Assemblyman Robert Rivas, works to improve California's preparedness to protect people and communities from a potential spill of nonfloating oil.
Hollister Councilman Marty Richman writes that the new growth management ordinance satisfies the city's needs and state requirements.
An indigenous site was found near the project in 2018.
324 people have tested positive since February, 40 are active patients, 284 have recovered; state issues warning about scammers exploiting contact tracing program.
Nomination period begins July 13 and ends Aug. 7.
Burns writes that it's time the council got back to basics and worked together to represent the needs and interests of the community.
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