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Yes, traffic is terrible and everyone, including me, thinks that everybody else should not be there.
Mary Lou Andrade endorses candidate Melinda Casillas for June 5, 2018 primary election.
Two mailers against Robert Rivas are making the rounds thanks to Coalition to Restore California's Middle Class, paid for by the oil lobby including Chevron, Phillips 66, and Valero Energy.
There are complex reasons for our problems and there are solutions, but there are no silver bullets.
Your voice will matter to Robert Rivas. I know firsthand, it's truly his character to listen and consider all sides. He will be unrelenting in his work to represent Assembly District 30.
Residents have been receiving postcards from Monterey Bay Community Power (MBCP) and they have questions. Learn what the most asked questions are and the MBCP's answers.
Considering how they chased the big money in Santa Clara County at the expense of San Benito County, Gavilan gets an F in Social Justice.
Supervisor Botelho needs to put some originality into his role as attack-dog. This shtick is worn out.
Mitigating countywide road damage from transporting out-of-county waste to the John Smith Road Landfill is estimated to cost $30 million that's not in the budget.
OPINION: Bad Road Ahead – How the Board of Supervisors Added Decades and Millions to the Route 25 Widening Project
Who benefited from the votes that stopped collecting Route 25 widening impact fees from new development?
San Benito’s property tax distribution rate is not as bad or as wrong as the county would have you believe, but they will continue to use it as an excuse until the voters wise up.
“We don’t have the staff” is not a management strategy, it’s the road to nowhere.
Huge CalPERS unfunded termination estimates show how much the system bets on high investment returns to fund future obligations.
COMMENTARY: Developer fees are forecasted to supply $263 million, 54%, of local funding and local funding is the largest source of transportation funds.
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