The Hollister City Council received a report from the Water DIstrict’s Jeff Cattaneo that the District had been awarded a grant award of $4.1 million from Proposition 84 Implementation Funds towards the building of the LESSALT plant. This was part of a Regional project. The funds will be received in December.
In other notable actions the City also;
- adopted a parking plan for the areas near Ladd Lane and Gavilan Hills schools to alleviate the dangerous situations at those schools.
- approved funding of Hollister Police Department’s Neighborhood Watch program
- expanded the time limit for parking in the downtown Hollister Central Traffic District to three hours as part of Hollister Police Chief David Westrick’s effort to remedy the parking situation.
- received a report from Interim CIty Manager WIlliam Avery that 50 applications have been received for the City Manager’s position.
- accepted and approved the final map and authorized execution of the Subdivision Improvement Agreement with KB Home South Bay Inc. for the improvement of Edenwest 3 and 4 Subdivision, Tract 212.
- accepted maintenance and control over a portion of State Route 25 within the City of Hollister city limits.