Despite rejection of Measure N in November, plans could still be approved through a normal permitting process.
Though the Planning Commission adopted plans in December, community members prefer an alternative option.
Land use group says supervisors and developers have eroded their success with the No on Measure K initiative from the March primary election.
Homeowners claim DeNova Homes misled them about the homeless situation near new homes and they fear those who live by railroad tracks.
New federal relief package may extend program, but it may not prevent some county residents from being evicted.
Lower income families can’t juggle COVID-19 state demands with day to day needs.
Group cites environmental concerns in their opposition to developing the area.
Matthew Sanchez is a third-generation Hollister resident who enlisted a local architect and planning commissioner to design a new building.
Features include bocce ball court and barbeque pit.
Development area reduced to 21.1 acres.
Deadline to apply is 5 p.m. on Nov. 30.
Hollister City Council unanimously approves pre-zone for new car campus.
Tax incentives and environmental reviews slow the pace of development.
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.