County Planning Commission adds $1 million to amended first agreement with solar company to "heal community"
Pat Loe, who was a supervisor when original Panoche Valley Solar Project was approved, now, as a planning commissioner, wants $1 million to be paid to Community Foundation as endowment for nonprofits.
After considering bids to repair levees, Chapin Construction chosen to do the job for $625,000. Supervisor Jaime De La Cruz warns that he will not support any more cost.
After nearly a year of negotiations between Hollister and the Hollister School District a master agreement on the use of school facilities was adopted and will extend partnership over 20 years.
Drafted by Victor Gomez of Pinnacle Strategy, this is the first time members of the public had access to the ordinance.
San Juan Bautista Council discusses last meeting's sudden adjournment, Mayor attempts to remove Planning Commissioner
The Mayor's attempted removal of planning commissioner John Hopper causes confusion among audience members. The agenda item is set to be moved to a future 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.
After updating the city and county on status of new homeless shelter, question remains if city will put up $200,000 but Rydingsword persuades county on contract and $100,000 advance
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.
After being reminded that Wells Fargo is in legal battle over stealing from its own customers, supervisors decide to step away from the bank and look for other source to coordinate payments to vendors.
Suit alleges financial advisor scammed elderly widow for nearly $500,000 that had been left to community foundation.
By a 4-1 vote, Rivas in opposition, County Supervisors take an unearned raise to $75,015 a year before $20,000 in benefits.
After approving a 3.5 percent pay raise for county workers, supervisors announce their own 37.5 percent raise, but the numbers actually add up to 55.7 percent.
Eight-year project concludes with open house to dedicate affordable-housing Buena Vista Apartments, the first large CHISPA project in Hollister and San Benito County.
Hollister city council passes shopping cart ordinance that will affect homeless, residents who use them to take groceries home, and businesses.
Hollister city council moves forward in setting up cannabis affairs manager to coordinate between city departments and 90 cannabis-related companies.
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