Shoe Palace and facility supervisors are encouraged by the results.
Penalties for violations of state and county guidelines range from $100 to $500 for civil cases and from $1,000 to $10,000 for commercial.
Despite rejection of Measure N in November, plans could still be approved through a normal permitting process.
Supervisors will consider legislation at a special Jan. 15 meeting.
San Benito County Elections Office gives the who, what and when.
Jackie Morris-Lopez, Priscilla Ribeiro and EJ Sabathia submit for two seats; former councilman Dan De Vries said he intends to submit an application.
While most activities have been virtual, members also coordinated in-person events such as graduations and food drives.
Downtown Hollister restaurant to close after Jan. 10.
Though the Planning Commission adopted plans in December, community members prefer an alternative option.
Police state that the body is believed to be male, and could have been there as long as a few weeks to a few months ago.
Executive Director Mary Gilbert estimates the agency would spend about $30,000 annually for representation.
Costs exceed projected revenue by $100 million.
After a slow, limited response from San Benito County, Bill Lee received $200,000 in restitution from a former employee. Now he’s suing a past customer to recoup another $743,000.
Outgoing Supervisor Anthony Botelho claims the latest set of public records requests are meant to harass staff.
Supervisors forgo bonus and pay raise.
Over 100,000 tons of landscaping wood chips are stored at that location.
Law enforcement believe alcohol impairment may have been a factor.
Local vaccine partners have paused usage of the specific lot. No reactions reported locally.