Outgoing member Dan De Vries claims there’s no scientific evidence that eating outside results in dangerous rates of COVID-19 spread.
Four candidates compete for two seats.
The city is looking to be reclassified as a disadvantaged community.
Council candidate Jackie Morris-Lopez selected for public-at-large seat.
Hollister to consider citation ordinance next month; county supervisors move on to other business.
Currently, no one has qualified to run for city treasurer or city clerk.
Freeman writes that he is running again to complete important projects such as improving the city drinking water and wastewater treatment system.
He previously held seats on San Juan and San Benito County Planning Commissions.
Interested residents can fill out attached application and turn it in at City Hall.
Councilman Cesar Flores says the city is facing $800,000 in penalties.
City Manager will use funds to update accessory dwelling unit design guidelines and inclusionary ordinance.
City scores 62 out of 100 on its pavement condition index.
Customers at Una Mas Saloon were reportedly shoulder-to-shoulder on Memorial Day, but owner says that’s false.
Program will run at least six months to help local merchants.
Working in accord with state rules, City Council discusses expanding outdoor dining, waiving business license fees, and orders the post office lobby open 24/7.