Supervisor Mark Medina writes that regardless of what party, candidate, propositions or measures are victorious on Election Day, he will choose to rise above incivility and work together.
Supervisor Mark Medina writes about the county facing COVID-19 and the budget.
Supervisor Mark Medina writes about changes to meetings during the coronavirus pandemic and addresses his decision to postpone C-1 rezone of Betabel node.
Two candidates compete for North County seat.
Medina says he will continue to work with local small businesses, agriculture industry.
In this latest column, San Benito County Supervisor Mark Medina discusses road repair funds and upcoming transportation projects.
In this latest column, County Supervisor Mark Medina talks about what took place during a recent meeting.
In this latest column, County Supervisor Mark Medina shares his goals for the year, which include more transparency.
Before considering and then passing a resolution to place a cannabis use tax on the June primary ballot, a number of South County ranchers spoke to the board, asking that they pass the cultivation ordinance .
A small group decides to face the accumulation of trash along the San Benito River head-on.
As San Benito County Supervisor for District One, Mark Medina reports to the community on his first year in office.
Mark T. Medina believes his business background is what is needed to make county government work better