Aromas knew San Benito County Supervisor Robert Rivas was a champion of protecting the environment, fixing our local roads, building better schools for our children, and proving healthcare for all Californians.
Arts Council now accepting applications for annual art tour weekend
The state agency is investigating Klauer for possible conflicts of interest involving the city's cannabis ordinance and real estate deals that may have benefited his father and a co-worker.
After agreeing not to cultivate marijuana in its building at 807 Industrial Drive, Hollister City Council approved a resolution to allow Euphoric Life Inc. to manufacturer and distribute medical delivery systems outside the county.
In a surprising move Hollister council proposed 244-unit cap for single-family homes rather than 165 units, and no limits for affordable housing and other categories.
San Juan Bautista residents speak out on cannabis
The once defunct Del Webb senior home project by San Juan Oaks Golf Club is being resurrected as a Century Communities development.
SBC Sheriff's department issued cultivation abatement notices to all 27 commercial cannabis amortization applicants to terminate grow operations in two weeks time. The Board of Supervisors will vote on banning commercial cannabis at its next meeting.
In what could be called a sequel of the Oct. 24 meeting, Hollister City Council delays making a decision on the Growth Management Program until December as three home development projects wait in the wings.
The City of Hollister's next community open house will be hosted from 7:00-9:00 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9. The event will focus on internet services in Downtown Hollister and the community.
Richard Goozh, who heads Independent Committee for San Benito County Job Growth, says about city and county..."they’re not talking to one another."
Half of the construction hours put into San Benito High School construction projects funded by voter-supported bond measures have been done by workers living in the tri-county area
The committee will be making a recommendation to move forward with the project at the next city council meeting.
SBC fails to seriously compete to improve its poor economic condition; the inevitable result will be decades of underservice to its residents.
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
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