If voters pass the new business license tax in November, it is expected to raise $453,600 annually.
Kevin O’Neill, manager of Office of Emergency Services, reported the county has eight flood-related projects with a cost of $1.8 million. So far FEMA has reimbursed only $107,500.
After losing her lawsuit against the county, Nancy Martinez told supervisors she isn’t done and plans to continue the fight to decriminalize mental illness in the community.
Veteran educator ready to bring her expertise to governing board of her hometown's school district.
Friend announced in July his retirement plans to move to Oregon to be near his family.
Consulting group says county could gain $2 million to $8 million in annual pot tax revenue.
Expected to raise hundreds of millions to fund local roads and widening Highway 25.
SJB approved final phases in development after hours of discussion on outstanding items. City manager is working with residents and developer to resolve issues of concern.
Supervisors discussed and approved 72 line items that added up to more than $230.9 million to continue operating the county.
For the first in a long time, all five seats on the Hollister City Council will be up for election this November. With these new seats available, the city is faced with an opportunity for new representation and voices to be heard.
Ray Friend has served Hollister for 25 years, first on the Planning Commission and then the Hollister City Council. He is moving to Washington state to be near his family.
Local businessman Mike Corbin and Florida promoter want to partner with local nonprofit for 2019 motorcycle rally, hoping city council will change position and approve it.
This is the third summer in which the council has taken a legislative recess.
The Stanford-created data system OpenGov could give residents and county staff greater flexibility at extracting information from departments.
The results are expected to be presented for adoption at the July 24 San Benito County Board of Supervisors meeting.
The department’s new home will be constructed on a lot of about two acres the county purchased, behind the current offices at 1131 San Felipe Road in Hollister.
Celebrating the Fourth of July was hypocritical for Frederick Douglass then as it is today!
San Benito County residents join nationwide protest against Trump administration immigration policies
Residents in San Benito County joined a national movement Saturday, June 30 to protest immigration policies like family separation.
As one CSA accuses county of incompetence and threatens law suit, Supervisor Mark Medina says county is taking CSA monies and not providing services neighborhoods have paid for.
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