Without identifying which projects would be funded, the board will give the plan a second reading and vote on adoption Oct. 26.
Third Millennium Partners CEO assures residents he has been involved in five local developments.
The $43.75 million purchase by Third Millennium Partners includes the golf course and clubhouse.
Units expected to be available in early 2023.
It calls for keeping the Jim Jack Cabin at its current site and moving the fire engine museum across the park.
Herman Garcia says he’ll seek funding from Silicon Valley companies to build the environmental portion.
The EDC is using advertising to get San Benito County out in front of businesses hoping to relocate between Silicon and Salinas Valley.
Local advocates hope this ‘seed money’ will attract more funding.
The landfill capacity will increase by 443,000 cubic yards.
Amenities include a nine-hole disc golf course, fitness area and bicycle track.
Activists object to the commercial project saying the county is ignoring their concerns.
The city will move to end its agreement with the Economic Development Corporation and revise three fire service contracts.
Rivas calls Diaz-Infante one of 'Monterey County’s finest leaders ever.'
The San Benito County Water District will accept public comments through Oct. 27.
San Benito County supervisors scratch temporary shelter on Flynn Road plan as leaders voice concern over economic development impact.
Larry Avira believes he is on the road to recovery from addiction and homelessness. He’s looking for permanent housing and a new job.
From modular homes for homeless families, to an encampment for people transitioning from life in the riverbed, the county wants everyone sheltered.
The city agrees to ask Caltrans for a sound wall.