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.
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
Consumers will have higher quality drinking water and the taste of the water will improve.
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.
Hollister, CA – August 7, 2017 – As the President and Congress wrangle over budget priorities, the elimination of a local service threatens many low income households.
This is the second in a series of articles about residential development in the City of Hollister
San Benito is an "excellent place" for producers, but the 2016 Crop Report also points out the problems caused by lower rainfall and disease
After hours of talks, the Hollister City Council directs city manager to draft growth management plan, but there is little hope to address commuter headaches for now
Economic factors force closure of ANSR Pharmacies in Hollister and Watsonville, which will remain open while some inventory is sold off
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
After 42 years of building up a premier wine brand, Josh Jensen sells with the agreement that he will stay on four years as consultant
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
Purple Cross RX owners Scott McPhail and Kim Hurtado thank the Hollister City Council for its unanimous vote to allow them to operate a medical cannabis dispensary in Hollister.
When the smoke clears after debate, the Hollister City Council manages to license a single dispensary while approving numerous other manufacturing facilities
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