San Juan Bautista Councilman John Freeman. File photo.

Government / Politics

John Freeman seeking reelection to San Juan Bautista City Council

Freeman writes that he is running again to complete important projects such as improving the city drinking water and wastewater treatment system.

John Freeman. Photo provided.

Community Opinions

COLUMN: Who really cares about economic prosperity in San Benito County?

District 2 supervisor candidate John Freeman writes about a new land-use initiative.

John Freeman during the San Benito County Chamber of Commerce 2020 election forum. Photo by Noe Magaña.

Community Opinions

COLUMN: San Benito County can have its cake, and eat it too

District 2 supervisor candidate John Freeman writes that by applying open space easement to Highway 101 nodes, San Benito County can have both its needed commercial development and the rural open space it desires to maintain.

Downtown San Juan Bautista. Photo by Leslie David.

Government / Politics

Primary Election 2020: SBC Supervisor District 2

Five face off to represent San Juan Bautista and Aromas.

Water Treatment Plant. Photo provided by John Freeman.

Community Opinions

COLUMN: A plan to solve San Juan Bautista water issues

John Freeman writes about a plan originally started in early 2018 to solve the State Water Board 'Notice of Violation' that the wastewater system still struggles with.

John Freeman registering to run for District 2 Supervisor. Photo provided by John Freeman.

Community Opinions

COLUMN: Why I want to be your next District 2 Supervisor

San Juan Bautista City Councilman John Freeman shares his vision and goals for the office.

Microgrids. Photo provided by John Freeman.

Community Opinions

COLUMN: A plan to end the effects of Public Safety Power Shutoffs

San Benito County District 2 Supervisor candidate John Freeman writes about a plan to build resiliency into the electrical grid.

San Juan Bautista Councilman John Freeman. Photo provided.

Government / Politics

SJB Councilman John Freeman to run for Supervisor

"As an experienced elected city official, I will help improve infrastructure and roads making San Benito County an even better place to live," Freeman said.