Kollin Kosmicki, Bob Tiffany and Beatrice Gonzales take the dias; incumbent Mark Medina also sworn in for second term.
Homeowners claim DeNova Homes misled them about the homeless situation near new homes and they fear those who live by railroad tracks.
Limited ceremony takes place at Hollister cemeteries.
Majority of members unsupportive of urgency ordinance put forth by Mayor Velazquez.
Rick Perez and Tim Burns sworn into office, with Mayor Ignacio Velazquez also sworn in for fifth term.
Around 30 people gather in support of reopening businesses under current COVID-19 guidelines.
Additional doses are expected in the weeks ahead, but it’s unknown when they’ll be available to the public.
ICU is at capacity, but the working environment is stable, Steven Hannah says.
Matthew Sanchez is a third-generation Hollister resident who enlisted a local architect and planning commissioner to design a new building.
Panther Fusion System processes up to 120 patient samples at one time.
Members terminate industrial water discharge permit granted by regional water board.
Changes include parklets, one-way traffic flow and diagonal parking.
Superintendent Tennenbaum, Principal Ramirez and other staff explain how returning to in-person instruction would work.
Councilwoman Lenoir calls the agreement a ‘tough pill to swallow.’
Hollister City Council unanimously approves pre-zone for new car campus.
San Benito County Sheriff’s deputies found a man lying on the street and took him to jail after being treated at a Salinas hospital.
The family continues his business and legacy of good works.
A soft opening is expected for the 2024 summer semester.