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Comic credit: I. Chapa. Provided by Catherine Booth-Vaughan.

Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: Who’s Driving?

Catherine Booth-Vaughan writes about her first experience at a Hollister City Council meeting.

Photos provided by Kollin Kosmicki.

San Benito Lifestyle

Victorian Home Christmas Tour scheduled for Dec. 7

This is the second year for the tour of historic Victorian homes in San Benito County.

Photo provided by Kollin Kosmicki.

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COLUMN: Five solutions for alarming congestion on rural backroads

District 2 Supervisor candidate Kollin Kosmicki contends the county must address rapidly increasing use of rural backroads and offers ideas to help alleviate the problem.


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COLUMN: Slow growth, road repairs and job creation are interrelated priorities

District 2 supervisor candidate Kollin Kosmicki makes the case that good employers are looking for desirable communities where leaders see beyond the short term.

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COLUMN: Roads are chaotic mess due to rapid housing growth

District 2 Supervisor candidate Kollin Kosmicki writes that less building is the only way to prevent further misery, tragedy on local highways.

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COMMUNITY OPINION: Keeping the camel’s nose out of someone else’s tent

“The camel's nose is a metaphor for a situation where the permitting of a small, seemingly innocuous act will open the door for larger, clearly undesirable actions.” – Wikipedia.

Kollin Kosmicki for District 2 Supervisor. Photo provided.

Community Opinions

COLUMN: Slow Growth While Roads Are Upgraded

Kollin Kosmicki, candidate for District 2 supervisor in San Benito County, shares his plan to slow housing growth and prevent further congestion on the roads.

Housing being constructed in Hollister. Photo by John Chadwell.

Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: Hollister’s new growth management ordinance

Hollister Councilman Marty Richman writes that the new growth management ordinance satisfies the city's needs and state requirements.

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Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: A well planned process

County Planning Commissioner Eduardo Navarro writes about the proposed Highway 101 commercial nodes.

San Benito County locals Maria Cortez, Maria Fabian, Elena Olsvold, Mary Woodill, Father Alberto Cabrera, Bev Miller and Alejandro Oseguera traveled to Sacramento on Aug. 28 to discuss SB 24 with State Assemblyman Robert Rivas. Photos provided by Bev Miller.

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COMMUNITY OPINION: Locals visit Sacramento to discuss abortion pill bill

Community member Bev Miller writes about her trip with a SJB priest and five others to speak with legislators about SB 24 and chemical abortion pills on college campuses.

Hollister School District offices on Cienega Road. File photo.

Community Opinions

COMMENTARY: On HSD and 2020 Census

Aurelio Zuniga writes that HSD Superintendent Ochoa's participation in the 2020 Census could help secure additional federal funding.

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Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: Silence is Compliance

"Now more than ever we must act as human beings who want peace in the country we love, if only for the children," writes Richard Perez Sr.

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COMMUNITY OPINION: Revisiting gun violence

Terry Butler calls for an open discussion.

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