A nonbinding ballot measure will ask voters two questions about the event.
Nominations must be submitted by June 15.
Three candidates are running for the seat that serves southwest Hollister.
Other than a few honking cars showing support, Hollister had a peaceful protest about the potential overturn of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court.
The county and San Juan Bautista have yet to see any returns, and Hollister has not seen more than $1 million annually.
Community engagement to create a plan will continue through September.
The District 4 supervisor says understanding basic financial issues will help residents make good decisions about San Benito County’s financial future.
Six candidates are running for a half-term seat.
San Benito County Board of Supervisors and several school districts are holding meetings this week.
With the conversation centered on increasing the stipend to $800, council members fail to discuss benefits they receive from the city.
Of the seven candidates who will appear on the June 7 ballot only Robert Bernosky responded to BenitoLinks' questions.
City Manager Brett Miller says there are too many government job openings and too few people to fill them.
The money will come from its $9.7 million allocation of the American Rescue Plan Act.
Videos of the 2022 Primary Election Forum can be viewed in BenitoLink's Youtube channel.
Over five agencies to meet this week.
BenitoLink asks questions of two candidates for state office.
Local water districts follow governor's call for water use reduction amid critical shortage results from lack of rain and rapid melting of snowpack.
Carlos Reynoso explains the difficulty of getting outside police to assist with event security.