San Benito County fine art photographer helps introduce the homeless to the community by sharing their stories of instability and disruption.
“Clean water is essential to our agricultural economy, so it’s critical we know what’s being sold to irrigate crops is safe,” said Rivas.
Attendees present proposals to State Assembly and Senate Committees on Education.
The former county supervisor responds to questions concerning statewide issues, finances and local representation in Sacramento.
The former county supervisor will represent San Benito County, Watsonville, Gilroy, Morgan Hill, the Salinas Valley and Big Sur at the state level.
Last December, San Benito County hired lobbyist Kim Stone at $10,000 a month. The monthly retainer was later renegotiated down to $8,000. It's still a case of wait-and-see on how successful she may be in diverting state monies to the county.
For the most part, fellow supervisors see no issue that Robert Rivas did not disclose that his brother worked with Kim Stone, whose agency was chosen to lobby for the county.
San Benito residents who care about their water will protest in Sacramento