Hollister self-housing project advancing at an impressive rate.
Despite questions about motive behind it, if it passes, a 3.5-mile buffer zone will be placed around the TriCal property on Hwy 25.
Once a commercial use permit is granted, the developer can begin to submit construction applications and plans.
The Planning Commision receives a presentation on projects along Hwy 101, discusses commissioners’ commitment to the position and the recent Sphere of Influence meetings.
The meeting on the future of the John Smith Landfill covers traffic, toxins and alternatives to expansion.
Shawn Novack reminds residents of latest emergency regulations and provides tips for conserving water.
San Benito County Council of Governments issues four policy recommendations to Hollister, SJB and the county.
Stakeholders and service providers give a progress report.
San Benito County’s water conservation program manager says only two homeowners have completed the process to receive $2,000 rebates for replacing lawns with drought-tolerant options.
Director with Spanish facility says Strada Verde’s projections are on the high side but will bring jobs and tax revenue to San Benito County.
A San Benito County landmark—an old school building—is saved from destruction by help from Caltrans planners.
After months of delays while waiting for an electrical switcher, Anderson Homes transferred the new $3 million park to the county June 28.
The company will pay to move part of TriCal’s chemical operation out of the county if the county approves its innovation park plan.
Explaining the steps involved in winning approval for a development.
Nearly 52 more acres are planned for development south of the city.
Areas mostly south of 506-acre San Juan Bautista were identified for 530-629 acres of new development.
The board opts to wait for an economic study of the initiative before deciding at the next meeting whether to place it on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Three former construction workers spend a week helping at Hollister’s Riverview Estate.