Bob Tiffany writes that most commercial development is beneficial for the unincorporated county.
Voters are confused by Measure R pro/con mailers and are left questioning its purpose and impact.
City Council to vote on the future of the 100-unit project.
Developer Philip Taylor deeded more than 7,400 acres of land in North County to a Delaware-based LLC.
Staff will research what systems other cities are using before making an $800K investment.
90 units underway between Southside Road and Ridgemark.
Developer argues he should not have to pay a $2.2 million park fee as the project includes a community center for its residents.
Land use group says supervisors and developers have eroded their success with the No on Measure K initiative from the March primary election.
Affordable units will be deed-restricted for local residents.
Hollister City Council splits vote for project that proponents say cannot be legally prevented.
Project supporters and opponents both urge San Benito County supervisors to put the proposed autonomous vehicle testing facility before voters.
Mayor Ignacio Velazquez doesn’t want to be ‘bullied’ by Sacramento; Councilwoman Carol Lenoir warns ‘lawsuits are coming.’
Majority of funds from California Department of Housing and Community Development program expected to go to Hollister based on population, with the county and SJB next in line.
Decision does not authorize any drilling for exploration or development of oil and gas resources, BLM said.
Following the new zoning designation, the Business Council further encourages in-depth review of the opportunities at each node based on individual unique merits and impacts.