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.
If approved, AB 252 would create a pilot program to support repurposing formerly irrigated agricultural land for less water-intensive uses.
Though San Benito County is preparing to move to the next vaccination phase, limited supply could make mass inoculation difficult to accomplish.
'Through this vote, we are not only holding the President accountable, we are abiding by our constitutional responsibility to secure and strengthen our democracy for our posterity,' Panetta said.
Supervisors will consider legislation at a special Jan. 15 meeting.
House of Representatives currently voting to impeach President Trump in relation to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
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.
County health officials urge residents to continue to social distance, avoid social gatherings and use face masks until vaccines are widely available.
Members of the public can still participate via the various Zoom platforms or live stream the meetings.
Symptomatic employees will be required to get tested; protocols established for quarantine of co-workers.
Though the Planning Commission adopted plans in December, community members prefer an alternative option.
Panetta: “Americans have given their lives so we may live in a peaceful nation and ensure peaceful transitions of power. Yesterday’s mob not only disrespected those sacrifices, but mocked the sanctity the People’s House and our democratic process."
If approved, the Golden State Stimulus would provide a $600 rapid cash support directly to roughly four million low-income Californians; Newsom also calls for extension of eviction moratorium.
Land use group says supervisors and developers have eroded their success with the No on Measure K initiative from the March primary election.
Kollin Kosmicki, Bob Tiffany and Beatrice Gonzales take the dias; incumbent Mark Medina also sworn in for second term.
Executive Director Mary Gilbert estimates the agency would spend about $30,000 annually for representation.
Tech to aid in deterring illegal activity where children and families gather.