Deadline to apply is Nov. 6.
Judge says the ordinances that rezoned the property were not included in Measure K.
The precise definition depends on the regulatory agency, and the context in which it’s used.
Trical’s consultant says the original hazard report uses incorrect assumptions.
Participants will help each other build houses with onsite supervision and guidance of CSDC construction staff.
Leon Panetta, Anna Caballero, Robert Rivas among attendees of groundbreaking for the Epicenter, slated for completion in December 2021.
Consultants disagree on methodology and what would be a safe buffer zone from Trical Inc.
Drive-thru cafe expected to open next summer on San Felipe Road.
New nonprofit headquarters known as the Epicenter expected to be open at the end of 2021.
Affordable units will be deed-restricted for local residents.
Board of Supervisors approves reducing attorney fees owed to petitioner.
The COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act will protect renters from evictions due to a COVID-related hardship until Jan. 31, 2021, but still hold them responsible for paying past due rents to landlords.
Council candidate Jackie Morris-Lopez selected for public-at-large seat.
SBC Planning Commission also continues adult care facility expansion project with intent to approve.
Members call the analysis biased and accuse EMC Planning of trying to kill the project.
Hollister City Council splits vote for project that proponents say cannot be legally prevented.
Mayor says developers are pressing to annex projects built on county ag land; Councilwoman Lenoir says the mayor is pandering for votes.
Author defends his study after Botelho calls it flawed.
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