Resident Gary Cameron writes that trucks going to the landfill damage the roads and impact residents' quality of life.
San Benito County Board of Supervisors approved the lease agreement the same day.
Waste Solutions Group is seeking a permit from the state to increase capacity.
Sheriff’s deputies give 72-hour notice to people living in the riverbed.
Consultant David Mack warns the city might get stuck with an ugly wall if it tries to get Caltrans involved.
Building owner sought an exemption because parklets on Third Street removed public spaces.
Judge Omar Rodriguez says PORC could have collected signatures for a referendum but chose to not do so.
Proponents say new delivery station will bring hundreds of jobs and taxes, but residents were left out of the conversation.
There’s no deadline for delivering the new proposal.
Proposed features include stage, play areas and a walking path.
First section of River Parkway Trail open. Ribbon cutting for portion near Apricot Lane set for April 10.
To meet city requirements, applicant must also create more parking spots.
San Benito High School and county plan to exchange properties.
Those over 55 could keep current tax payments when purchasing new homes.
San Benito County supervisors will vote on whether to proceed if Newport Pacific Land Co. continues with its application.
Mayor Velazquez said he’s prevented from naming the company, but that it’s expected to employ upwards of 400 people.
Holiday Inn Express will be the second hotel on Gateway Drive.
Developer argues he should not have to pay a $2.2 million park fee as the project includes a community center for its residents.