Supervisor Mark Medina writes that regardless of what party, candidate, propositions or measures are victorious on Election Day, he will choose to rise above incivility and work together.
Supervisor Mark Medina writes about the county facing COVID-19 and the budget.
Supervisor Mark Medina writes about changes to meetings during the coronavirus pandemic and addresses his decision to postpone C-1 rezone of Betabel node.
Supervisor Mark Medina writes that San Benito County is aware of the concerns about the recent emergency pot hole repair project and is working with its contractors to ensure that the road work being done adheres to high standards.
Medina says he will continue to work with local small businesses, agriculture industry.
In this latest column, San Benito County Supervisor Mark Medina discusses road repair funds and upcoming transportation projects.
San Benito County Supervisor Mark Medina writes about a recent board meeting in this latest column.
In this latest column, County Supervisor Mark Medina talks about what took place during a recent meeting.
As San Benito County Supervisor for District One, Mark Medina reports to the community on his first year in office.
County supervisor says residents, elected officials and business owners need to collaborate and communicate for the betterment of the community
Supervisor candidate Mark Medina says he has the experience to serve the county
San Benito County supervisorial candidate says many District 1 residents are concerned with local roads
Candidate for Board of Supervisors makes his case to the electorate
PG&E says it has received 97 reports of scams by its customers in San Benito County between January and October.
Democratic candidates maintain an edge over Republican opponents.
A Poynter Institute article suggests that truth can win ...if we are willing to change course and focus on local news.