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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.
Robert Rivas announces that he will be a 30th Assembly District candidate.
Win or lose, merely running for public office can give you insight and stir your imagination.
Klauer was too close for comfort for group filing complaint with Fair Political Practices Commission
The Nomination Period for the June 2018 election is February 12 through March 9.
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.
Judge's decision on Monterey Co.'s Measure Z says existing state and federal laws pre-empt county vote
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.
After explaining the county has raised nearly $3.6 million to build and operate homeless shelter, Hollister refuses to pay full $200k, the amount county figures is its fair share.
Monterey Bay Community Power will take over buying electricity from PG&E soon for the Tri-County area
The Hollister City Council passed an ordinance that will prohibit the growing, processing or sale of recreational marijuana for at least 45 days until a decision can be made to make it permanent or modify it.
Members of the public are invited to comment in writing, on or before Jan. 4, 2018 or appear in person at the hearing on Jan. 9, 2018
A postcard will be sent to 6,210 voters who have not voted in the last 4 years and have not changed their name, address, or party preference.
For the most part, fellow supervisors see no issue that Robert Rivas did not disclose that his brother worked with Kim Stone, whose agency was chosen to lobby for the county.
Vehicle leasing maze looks like poor staff work and the details were not provided to the public.
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
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