The county and San Juan Bautista have yet to see any returns, and Hollister has not seen more than $1 million annually.
The District 4 supervisor says understanding basic financial issues will help residents make good decisions about San Benito County’s financial future.
ZeroAvia makes Hollister Airport one of its testing grounds for clean aircraft engines.
It is scheduled to run every Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. through Sept. 28.
The event takes place on the first Sunday From June to September.
The Chamber Foundation will award more than $15,000 to local San Benito County students graduating this year.
Grant recipients can use the money for equipment upgrades to alleviate deferred maintenance and for employee retention to help with industry-wide staffing challenges.
Shawn Novack writes that effective April 1, water supply for all Central Valley Project M&I water service contractors was be reduced to public health and safety only.
Taylor Farms team was also acknowledged for their production shifts to ensure product availability.
Crave Wine Company offers special packages for Spring.
The water district says only a quarter of previous years’ allotments will go to small-parcel accounts.
Proposed ordinance would make it easier to collect delinquent transient occupancy tax payments.
Ten agencies scheduled to meet this week.
Application period is April 1-May 6.
The nomination period closes April 15.
David Pequeno will be evaluated for treatment options.
Seven public agencies set to meet.
Supervisors consider $4.8 million in infrastructure upgrades and personnel plans.