Grants of up to $15,000 may be used for expenses associated with re-opening businesses in compliance with state and local requirements, payroll, business lease or rent and more.
Following the new zoning designation, the Business Council further encourages in-depth review of the opportunities at each node based on individual unique merits and impacts.
Area organizations attend a workshop on business retention/growth, multi-agency collaboration and tourism marketing plan.
The purpose of the forum is to build more awareness of San Benito County’s housing efforts and MBEP’s housing initiative aimed at increasing housing supply across our region that addresses all income levels.
Arti-Culture and Ohana Shave Ice enter the final round for Startup Challenge Monterey Bay. While this is Arti-Culture's first entry, Ohana came in second place last year in the Main Street Division.
Transportation issues continue to be a source of frustration locally
After 12 years, Larry Barr steps down as president of the San Benito County Business Council. Vice-president Bob Tiffany will take the helm.