The ill-fated ‘pellet plant’ was supposed to provide the city with abundant soft water.
City facing substantial fine for its continued inability to process large amounts of pollutants discharged into the Pajaro River, which then enter waterways that empty into Monterey Bay.
Road work done in preparation for allowing businesses to utilize extra space for outdoor shopping and dining.
Several car processions to take place to celebrate students and their families.
How one man’s generosity helped San Juan Bautista residents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
"We can all do our part to flatten the curve and prevent further spread of COVID-19," said City Manager Don Reynolds.
City said Arts and Crafts Festival is cancelled; Rib Cook Off and Fiesta Run are considering postponing.
Mayor said the council was taking emergency action in order to assure the city had the state and federal resources it needed to keep the community safe.
San Benito, Guatemala, receives 1990 Mack Pumper. After serving San Juan Bautista, CA. for decades, it moves on to a new life in Central America.
Available to anyone with a private domestic well which provides water to 1-14 households living in San Benito County.
Community recognizes Richard Lopez and Minister Barry Houston at opening of SJB 150th celebration.
Traffic calming measures to be added on Monterey and Fourth streets.
Attendees favor vacant lot behind Valero gas station.
City also approves letter to county opposing Hwy. 101 node development and allows cannabis facilities in industrial areas.
Celebration includes pancake breakfast, parade and live music.