Notice of intent is still to be filed with the city.
Leon Panetta, Anna Caballero, Robert Rivas among attendees of groundbreaking for the Epicenter, slated for completion in December 2021.
New nonprofit headquarters known as the Epicenter expected to be open at the end of 2021.
Gathering gives SBC residents a chance to show support in response to Gilroy tragedy.
No sign that Velazquez has filed in San Benito County or elsewhere.
Hollister mayor says he’ll “most likely” sue.
Magazine brings readers back to a time of excitement about redevelopment projects in Hollister.
Several locals voice frustration with rescheduling to June 3.
Ignacio Velazquez's appeal will go before the City Council on May 20. If it fails to be upheld, he will decide whether or not to sue.
Councilman Marty Richman challenges Mayor Ignacio Velazquez and Councilman Rolan Resendiz on accusing staff, fellow council members of conflicts of interest and back door deals.
Mayor’s second letter to commissioners fails to delay vote.
Planning Commission moves to first review Velazquez’s claims.
No reserved parking spaces for Community Foundation.
Program staff working on changes to licensing agreement before City Council votes on it.
Councilmembers said they need more detail on upgrade costs before deciding.