Event commemorates San Juan Bautista's 150th anniversary of incorporation as a city.
Students get down and dirty at Plaza Hall.
Brewery Twenty Five participating in February event aimed at highlighting breweries across the Bay Area.
The Happy Rooster in downtown serves last customers.
City Council changes wastewater treatment plant operators and commits additional funds to sludge removal.
New water source brought on to address system contamination. The council also discussed replacing Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day.
The band is made up of high school students who primarily write and perform their own music.
The ordinance bans the sales, cultivation, and delivery of marijuana. City council members are currently working on a Cannabis Ordinance and will be holding a public hearing the draft on Dec. 6.
Council members recounted the communication that led to the alleged Brown Act violations.
Drafted by Victor Gomez of Pinnacle Strategy, this is the first time members of the public had access to the ordinance.
The Mayor's attempted removal of planning commissioner John Hopper causes confusion among audience members. The agenda item is set to be moved to a future meeting.
The committee will be making a recommendation to move forward with the project at the next city council meeting.
The interim city manager will also help council members find and hire a permanent replacement.
New regulation, public officials and financial authority arrive in the Mission City
Applications being taken until April 10th - Apply now to become a member of San Juan Bautista's first Youth Commission