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COMMUNITY OPINION: Is development good or bad?

Bob Tiffany writes that most commercial development is beneficial for the unincorporated county.

Bob Tiffany said at the Jan. 4 2021 swearing in ceremony that he wants to help 'shepherd the board and community through the pandemic.' Photo by John Chadwell.

Government / Politics

San Benito Supervisor Bob Tiffany plans to not run again

He says he’ll continue activities with the business council and other organizations.

Community members are invited to share their opinions on BenitoLink. Photo courtesy of Pixabay.


COMMUNITY OPINION: Cancel culture and the Board of Supervisors

Robert Bernosky writes that the silencing of supervisors during a public meeting for having a contrary position or being skeptical should not be tolerated.

Photo provided by Scott Fuller.

Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: Yes on N—separating fact from fiction

SBC Business Council President and District 4 Supervisor candidate Bob Tiffany writes that there has been a lot of misinformation spread about the ballot measure concerning Strada Verde.

Marty Richman. Photo by John Chadwell.

Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: Marty Richman will be greatly missed

Bob Tiffany writes that Richman's passing is 'an enormous loss for our community.'

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Community Opinions

COMMUNITY OPINION: A vote for Yes on K

San Benito County Business Council President Bob Tiffany writes in support of Measure K.

Greenwood Ford off San Felipe Road in Hollister. The dealership was previously Tiffany Ford, owned and operated by four generations of the Tiffany Family. Photo by John Chadwell.

Business / Economy

Tiffany Ford sells to Greenwood Chevrolet

Family opened the dealership in 1910.