City of Hollister, San Benito County and SBHS at odds over plan.
Law enforcement says two homemade explosive devices found in the area of the 700 block of Nash Road.
Speakers reflect on the time and work put into closing the gates.
New name expected to help guide visitors to the proposed River Parkway Trail and regional park.
San Benito High School District is working with the City of Hollister and County of San Benito to improve the safety of students and others who cross Nash Road, while offering a bypass route south of campus.
The closure is in effect starting Monday, June 25 at 7 a.m. through Friday, June 29 until 5 p.m.
The project includes a bypass road around San Benito High School and a water pipeline. Sunnyslope Water District will reimburse the county for the pipeline.
The road closure is designed to improve safety on the 3,000 student campus and create a bypass for vehicles
SBHS Board of Trustees says upgrades to the main campus are the next step in campus modernization, with Nash Road closure still in the works
Large crowd at city hall offers differing views of the potential impacts of the closure plan, which is contingent upon cooperation between the city, county and high school district
Victor Gomez, who initially voted against the closure, suggested the council reconsider the closure with some conditions
No action taken, but compromise is possible on high school's idea to close Nash Road through campus
Special meeting at Vet's Building will also discuss the potential for shared recreational facilities and the lighting of tennis courts on campus
The Hollister City Council decided not to close Nash Road; school officials still hold out hope for compromise
Public input sought on issues related to traffic, students