Jim Gillio stepped down from District 4 position in July.
Final day with the county is July 31.
State transportation agency to get feedback from residents at community input meeting on Monday, March 18.
Incumbent candidate Jerry Muenzer and Hollister City Councilman Jim Gillio still in the running.
As he kicks off a round of meet & greets in his campaign for a San Benito County Board of Supervisors seat, the retired Gilroy Police Capt. says what’s alleged never happened…
A small group decides to face the accumulation of trash along the San Benito River head-on.
Previously denied permits to cultivate, manufacture and dispense cannabis, owner of 817 Industrial Drive property appeals to resubmit for manufacturing medical cannabis for children. His attempt fails.
Jim Gillio assumes an important role in providing leadership in his new job. The city of Hollister will need his expertise