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“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.
Ignacio Velazquez is playing a dangerous, win at all costs, political game on peripheral issues and the risks far outweigh the possible rewards.
OPINION article about recent student protest about violence on campus.
Much will depend in the public’s willingness to hold state and local politicians accountable for financial responsibility.
Multiple layers of security and emergency preparedness measures in place to keep students safe
The public won’t support future changes if they do not understand the facts and forecasts that will be driving those decisions.
The changing face of healthcare and financial realities have led the San Benito Healthcare District to consider its options for the future.
When it comes to tough decisions true leaders have to make judgement calls in a timely manner.
I was looking for a simple answer to questions about water project funding – it turns out there is no such thing.
You’ll probably read this on BenitoLink via the Internet, but what happens to your life if the Internet doesn’t work at all?
Marty Richman, county resident and citizen journalist, researches suicide and finds that San Benito County has a very low rate. His column provides statistics and some helpful information.
Aromas knew San Benito County Supervisor Robert Rivas was a champion of protecting the environment, fixing our local roads, building better schools for our children, and proving healthcare for all Californians.
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