Elected officials and business leaders discuss cannabis, growth, roads and tourism.
Residents oppose zoning change, want area to remain rural.
Summit speakers promote development of local funding solutions.
City staff and constituents weigh in; first reading of new rules expected June 3.
Updated after 5/16 COG meeting: Only one category left unfilled as directors ask staff to do outreach for a trade/labor representative.
Three San Benito County businesses take part in finals, but none placed in their divisions.
Minor cost overrun on Measure G projects was the only concern.
Over half of participants said they have been unable to hire employees at some point during the last five years.
Online-only news sources speak on serving the public.
Attendees will receive commemorative wine or beer glass to sample local libations.
Construction in Pacheco Pass would start in three to five years.
Proposition 218 protest ballots will be sent to residents in the coming weeks.
County to receive funding from statewide effort to provide resources to formerly incarcerated and other justice-involved individuals.
Competitors will present business pitches to a panel of judges during May 10 finals in Seaside.
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