Supervisors focus on ordinance for unincorporated areas due to limited enforcement capabilities.
Jim Gillio stepped down from District 4 position in July.
Author defends his study after Botelho calls it flawed.
He previously held seats on San Juan and San Benito County Planning Commissions.
Pandemic has limited local efforts to social media posts and phone calls.
Owner Evan Morris is pleased with the first day of business.
Though cleared of wrongdoing, Miguel Masso is surrounded by controversy over a 2012 shooting in Oakland.
Report says the location of the proposed autonomous vehicle testing facility is too close to a distributor of agriculture fumigants.
Resident incurred over $300 in late fees because checks were stolen.
Project supporters and opponents both urge San Benito County supervisors to put the proposed autonomous vehicle testing facility before voters.
Supervisors split over terms of ordinance.
Completion of jail expansion stalled by radio equipment supply issues.
Owner Patricia Castro plans to reopen on July 20, eight days after her previous shop burned in a downtown Hollister fire.
1,508 acres scorched at 100% containment as of July 18; resident calls Cal Fire response ‘amazing.’
Company is negotiating with the city on water fees related to tomato cannery waste.
City consultant comes up with solutions to address hard water, aging wastewater treatment plant and other problems.
Motorists can expect delays of up to 10 minutes while roadwork continues through August.
Several offices have been given extended nomination periods until Aug. 12.
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