The San Benito County Chamber of Commerce, Business Council and Hispanic Chamber of the Central Coast are collaborating to host a reception October 18 for the business community to engage candidates for local offices in the November mid-term elections.
Following the June elections, Gregory LaForge and Omar Rodriguez continue on to the November ballot.
Two candidates are running in November.
Two seats up on the community college board that serves Santa Clara County and San Benito County.
Local activists are working with mission and state park to increase indigenous narrative.
Rural hospitals are struggling nationwide because of declining insurance reimbursements. Some familiar with HHMH wonder if this is the problem, while others believe management decisions resulted in the hospital’s current state.
Five candidates campaign for three seats.
First session for new District 1 councilwoman is Oct. 15.
Supervisors aim to have it finalized Nov. 20.
Our Election Forums are just around the corner! The free Forums will be held at San Benito High School Auditorium. Youth Alliance is joining BenitoLink and San Benito County Farm Bureau as hosts, offering English to Spanish translation and childcare.
Many successful business people, the kind we need in elected positions, do not run for office. An ugly letter received by a candidate demonstrates why.
City needs new funds for soil stabilization.
Because of cost, the city might have to settle for removing less than planned.
HSD accepts a fraction of what it said it was owed. How much money remains missing and how many other schools are involved is unknown.
Current board member says hospital has violated act in the past.
Other projects include training for social workers and electronic polling.
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