Who is really behind the shadowy network of the so-called medical/recreational cannabis industry coming to San Benito County? Like Russian nesting dolls, do shell companies conceal organized crime?
The road closure is designed to improve safety on the 3,000 student campus and create a bypass for vehicles
Hollister City Council certifies mayor's petition, will rescind decision on 400 Block or put on ballot at next meeting
Hollister council passes resolution to certify signatures on petition referendum to stop development of 400 Block and will hear options to either rescind development or put it on upcoming ballot.
Many Water Projects are slated for California, but Water Conservation Needs to be a Way of Life
Sups seek to avert liability in repairing levees, reform defunct property-owner supported water district
Trying to beat the coming rainy season, county supervisors push forward repairs of levees, while moving to shift cost burden to landowners by restarting Pacheco Storm Water District.
This is the fourth and final article in a series about residential development management in Hollister and San Benito County
Invitation goes out for a Pinnacles Gateway Partners box dinner meeting at Paicines Ranch. It is an opportunity to learn about the Condor Recovery Program and enjoy a guided tour of Paicines Ranch.
Concerns were raised after Meritage Homes, a proposed development in San Juan Bautista, reconfigured its lots
Supes delay cannabis business ordinance until November, demand immediate prosecution of illegal grows
After Supervisor Robert Rivas reverses his position on cannabis ordinance, board moves hearing to November, as some push to immediately prosecute illegal operators
Even after Con Edison paid $100,000 to the county and promised more to come, supervisors remained unconvinced and decided to move toward halting the Panoche Valley Solar project
Guardrail/resurfacing project will force closure of the left lane in each direction
Trustees start the process to re-draw district boundaries and hold district elections; students honored for Advanced Placement success
Board of Supervisors lowers payout to lawyers to $60K while sending Con Edison a notice of default on the Panoche Valley Solar Project
The ordinance will go to the planning commission for environmental review and a public hearing
When the smoke clears after debate, the Hollister City Council manages to license a single dispensary while approving numerous other manufacturing facilities
In an effort to sway the public away from Hollister mayor's attempts to stop development of 400 Block, group proposes its own petition in support of development
If Santa Clara County is successful in its application, more than $800 million will be spent to expand the reservoir just north of Highway 152 on the Pacheco Pass
Caltrans says 24/7 lane closures will continue "for several weeks"
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