Deadline to submit an application is May 28.
This is the third time Courtney Evans attempted to attend her court hearing in person without a mask.
Judge Omar Rodriguez says PORC could have collected signatures for a referendum but chose to not do so.
Judge in the initial decision said the county entered into an ‘implied contract.’
Judge warns Courtney Evans he’ll issue an arrest warrant if she does not appear at her next hearing. This is the second time Evans has come to the courthouse without a mask.
Court rules employees established an ‘implied contract.’ County will decide whether to proceed with an appeal on Feb. 23.
County also takes steps to recoup costs from landslides on Southside Road in 2018.
Shoe Palace and facility supervisors are encouraged by the results.
Three bus drivers have sued the San Benito High School District because of one supervisor. Two were awarded large settlements and the third is still in court.*
After a slow, limited response from San Benito County, Bill Lee received $200,000 in restitution from a former employee. Now he’s suing a past customer to recoup another $743,000.
Sanders' legal career spans 37 years.
Child's school, medical, and dental information could be protected from an abusive parent.
Survey deadline extended to Dec. 1.
The Pinnacle Strategy president joins a group of concerned citizens and businesses fighting against lawsuit abuse in California.
Judge says the ordinances that rezoned the property were not included in Measure K.
Organizer Lauretta Avina: ‘Women of my generation and younger are very lucky because a strong woman like her paved the way for us.’
Citizens group brings lawsuit claiming bias.
Attorney argues the cannery’s closure would cause ‘irreparable harm to the community’ by eliminating 450 local jobs.