Hollister City Council Reviews Highway 25 Renaming Status

Hollister City Council meets tonight, watch live coverage on CMAP Channel 17

Hollister council members will review, discuss and hear reports on a number of issues at their regularly scheduled meeting tonight at 6:30 p.m. in City Hall.

On the agenda for the meeting, a presentation plaque will be given to retiring Hollister Fire Chief Fred Cheshire, and proclamations will be issued designating May 2013 as Water Awareness Month and Clear Air Month.

In legal affairs, the City Council will receive and is counseled to deny the claim against the City filed by Gladis Delsid and to authorize staff to send a notice of rejection, and further will acknowledge receipt of ABC license review for La Barata Market.

Resolutions under review include establishing safety zones for the 2013 Hollister Air Show, a supplemental appropriation to fund a quarterly City of Hollister newsletter, city engineer updates to design standards, approving a preliminary report for levy and collection of annual assessments for landscaping and lighting, and authorizing a letter supporting AB 310, the Gang Prevention Act of 2013 introduced by Assemblymember Luis Alejo.

The Council will hear updates and reports from staff about the Hollister Urban Area Water and Wastewater Master Plan, the 2013 Hollister Motorcycle Rally, the 2013 Hollister Air Show, and renaming Highway 25 (Bolsa and Airline Highway) to Pinnacles National Park Highway as proposed in amended SB 314 sponsored by State Senator Anthony Cannella.

A full agenda is available on the city's website. The Hollister City Council meets regularly the first and third Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers at 375 Fifth Street in Hollister.

CMAP TV provides live coverage of Hollister City Council meetings, simultaneously cablecasting the proceedings on local Charter cable channel 17 and streaming on the internet. Viewers can also see archived online video of recent meetings of the Hollister City Council, San Juan Bautista City Council and San Benito County Board of Supervisors .