San Benito County supervisors will vote on whether to proceed if Newport Pacific Land Co. continues with its application.
Frank Barragan writes that the Board of Supervisors should respect the will of the voters in regards to Measure N and Strada Verde.
Despite rejection of Measure N in November, plans could still be approved through a normal permitting process.
Brian Schmidt with Green Foothills congratulates voters and draws parallels between the defeat of Strada Verde and the 2018 defeat of Measure B in San Jose.
Preserve Our Rural Communities Secretary Mary Hsia-Coron writes about receiving a warning letter about Newport Pacific Land Company and their involvement with a Reno residential development.
Concerned Citizens of San Benito County chairman Frank Barragan writes that he has been the victim of false accusations by an opposing group.
Residents says Strada Verde Innovation Park is an opportunity not to be missed.
San Benito Citizens for a Brighter Future co-founder Mia Casey writes that the proposed Strada Verde project is a positive step forward for San Benito County.
Fallon Greig writes about the project put forth by Newport Pacific Land Company.
Shirley Trevino outlines six reasons why she will vote no on Measure N.
No on Measure N sponsor Mary Zanger writes that the proposed Strada Verde project reminds her of a fairy tale in which San Benito County is Rapunzel, with 'golden hair of pristine water and fertile agricultural land.'
Newport Pacific Land contributes over $700K to Yes on N. No campaign finance filings for Measure O school bond.
Answers to frequently asked questions about the ballot measure for a proposed autonomous vehicle testing facility along Highway 25.
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.
District 2 Supervisor candidate Wayne Norton writes that the collective voice of labor stresses the need for local jobs to strengthen the middle class.