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The Green Business Committee of the Chamber of Commerce encourages the effort
Conference in Sacramento discussed how to get parks built and how to maintain them
Desperate for road taxes, county supervisors back a bad plan rather than demand essential reform of the state budget process
Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed (STRAW) continues restoration planting with local students on a working cattle ranch. Interested community members are invited to participate.
Enforcement of consumer communication protection laws remains a low priority for government
County supervisor attended legislative conference to meet with Congressmen and federal staff about county governmental issues
President Trump has proposed long overdue updates to NATO
How we could reduce auto and truck traffic on Hollister roads by making better use of our local railroad branch line (The Hollister Industrial Lead)
Various topics addressed at February conference in Washington, D.C.
Is it an orderly process or is it every man for himself?
Curing basic rifts is one area where the Brown Act fails
More than a decade after voters approved Gavilan's Measure E, there have been no real educational infrastructure improvements in San Benito County
HPD’s unwillingness to explain and city council’s failure to conduct oversight into the perplexing number of police traffic stops is a major lapse of governance
Decrease in financial support, venues, participation force organizers of the Hollister Free Wheelers and the supporting nonprofit to close both
The importance of supporting Monterey Bay Community Power project in these critical times
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