Author defends his study after Botelho calls it flawed.
City is applying for funding through a block grant program.
Money can be used toward rental assistance for low and moderate income residents impacted by COVID-19 to prevent eviction.
Report says the location of the proposed autonomous vehicle testing facility is too close to a distributor of agriculture fumigants.
Project supporters and opponents both urge San Benito County supervisors to put the proposed autonomous vehicle testing facility before voters.
A look at plans and ways that the autonomous vehicle testing facility could impact the region.
Company looks to add offices, storage and production at Aromas location.
29 acres are now zoned commercial thoroughfare (C-1).
City Manager will use funds to update accessory dwelling unit design guidelines and inclusionary ordinance.
The act establishes a tax credit supporting affordable housing financed by the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit for vulnerable individuals and those with serious and long-term disabilities.
Project includes 85 units, a mix of apartments, townhomes and single-family homes.
Mayor Ignacio Velazquez doesn’t want to be ‘bullied’ by Sacramento; Councilwoman Carol Lenoir warns ‘lawsuits are coming.’
Majority of funds from California Department of Housing and Community Development program expected to go to Hollister based on population, with the county and SJB next in line.
Antenna to close gap in transportation communications on Highway 156.
Owner will return in July with an alternative that reflects town character.
Located at the old hospital site on Southside Road, houses in the Riverview II project will be constructed by participating low-income families with onsite supervision.
With enough petition signatures, the Strada Verde project would go on the ballot before it’s reviewed by planners and supervisors.
The company is infilling parts of the mined land as part of the reclamation project.
Mike and Frank O'Connell of Ranchers Feed & Western Wear have been a part of the Hollister business community since 1976, and have been at their First Street location for 20 years. Read more about Ranchers Feed click…
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