The company is infilling parts of the mined land as part of the reclamation project.
Program will run at least six months to help local merchants.
Judge Breen gives PORC 30 additional days to pursue land use referendum.
Staff seeks $30K from CARES Act, while the fire department puts in for two FEMA grants.
Norma Nichols helps set the path for Spring Grove School to serve those in special education.
Main thoroughfare could become a temporary one-way street, allowing restaurants and businesses to use curbside space.
Working in accord with state rules, City Council discusses expanding outdoor dining, waiving business license fees, and orders the post office lobby open 24/7.
Court orders Dan De Vries to attend counseling meetings.
Supervisor Botelho said county was “one infection away” from failing to meet state requirements on easing restrictions.
Owner said event cancellations account for about $100K of lost income.
Anticipating the shutdown helped smooth the transition to remote learning.
County and property owners will present arguments at May 19 hearing.
Community wellness program asks locals to put cards in their windows—yellow if okay and red if they need non-emergency assistance.
Services are initially limited to priority groups including first responders and health care workers.
Julio Salazar trains parents on how the school system works.
Campground reservations are hard to come by during lockdown. COVID-19 situation leaves many in the lurch.
Upcoming moving lane closure on Highway 101 from Boronda Road to the San Benito County line.
Roadwork to commence April 27.
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