Business organization’s coffers are low after meeting prior obligations and losing funding support from Hollister City Council.
City has been out of compliance with rules governing local development since 2015.
Pinnacles National Park mostly closed; retail traffic down in Paicines and Tres Pinos.
After years of ignoring discrepancies and using unprofessional accounting practices when dealing with school districts, the county auditor’s office and county office of education are spending about $100,000 to get help with reconciling their books.
$13,500 contributed to four local nonprofits.
Community choice energy agency looks to dedicate $1.25 million in additional funding for local energy programs in 2019.
Financial discussion expected at next meeting.
Monterey Bay Economic Partnership says ‘urban suburbia’ describes the future of San Benito, Santa Cruz and Monterey counties.
Group cites 2018 achievements and goals for 2019.
Supervisors want Measure C to pay costs of managing compliance.
Sixteen merchants participating this year.
New renewable energy developments expected to contribute increase in nationwide storage capacity.
Aromas resident Laura Stampleman shares thoughts on dealing with traffic and road issues.
Eliminates 50-mile radius and six-month stay rule.
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