Who is really behind the shadowy network of the so-called medical/recreational cannabis industry coming to San Benito County? Like Russian nesting dolls, do shell companies conceal organized crime?
Apparently taking Teknova CFO's words to heart that Hollister is not open for business, city council amends traffic impact fees to attract expansion and new businesses.
The interim city manager will also help council members find and hire a permanent replacement.
The road closure is designed to improve safety on the 3,000 student campus and create a bypass for vehicles
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.
SBC Arts Council "Veterans' Voice Project" moves into second year and adds elements that will include high school students and new project partners.
Congressman Jimmy Panetta covered all the hot political buttons at the Aromas meeting, from immigration reform to rising sea levels.
With permitted, taxed and regulated brick-and-mortar medical cannabis dispensaries coming to Hollister, what will the city do to accommodate 'mobility impaired' patients who need delivery services to obtain medicine.
County understaffing hinders bridge repairs, supes approve $2.7 million realignment of John Smith Road
Road report to supervisors reveals lack of county staff has delayed repairs of 10 bridges and it will cost $2.7 million to realign John Smith Road to intersect with Fairview Road.
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.
When Sheriff Darren Thompson asked supervisors to name new jail facility after retired sheriff Curtis J. Hill, the issue was almost derailed over a lack of insurance connected to actual construction of facility.
Union members marched outside county building protesting a lack of agreement regarding wage negotiations while supervisors pass resolution in opposition to same union's supported legislation.
As BenitoLink looks ahead to its fall donor campaign, the Community Foundation for San Benito County gives a big show of support for local news and information with a substantial grant
Hollister city council raises the reimbursement rate of transit occupancy taxes (TOT) from 50 to 70 percent. Councilman Karson Klauer said hotels should not get more of the TOT than city.
After mayor objects to using fees to pay for new city employees to monitor cannabis, city council unanimously approves resolution, delays discussion on cannabis permits, approves one cultivation site.
After a long discussion behind closed doors, Hollister council unanimously, with Mayor Velazquez absent, votes to put 400 Block discussion back on agenda for next meeting.
Caballero calls DACA a "promise made and one that should not be broken"
Ignacio Velazquez says he will sue city over 400 Block and that officials are misleading the public. City and county officials do not support the mayor's story and the city manager questions his motives because Velazquez tried to develop the 400 Block
After a number of years without raises, county employees come to the Board of Supervisors to ask them to sit down and negotiate
- 1 of 58
- next ›