Demographic represents 75% of all those who have the virus.
Residents oppose zoning change, want area to remain rural.
Updated after 5/16 COG meeting: Only one category left unfilled as directors ask staff to do outreach for a trade/labor representative.
"This is not a Republican or Democratic issue. Fighting this destructive plan is the right thing to do to protect our health and our future," Rivas said.
"I encourage everyone to speak out and participate in this public comment period," Panetta said.
Planning document analyzes six alternative approaches to oil and gas leasing and development, specifies which lands would be open and the stipulations to be applied to protect resources.
San Benito County Public Health Services invites residents to join statewide pledge to drink water or naturally-sweetened drinks instead of beverages with added sugars.
Highlights include dancing, singing and acting. Scholarship opportunities available.
Community members invited to first annual Dia de Los Niños (Day of the Child) celebration on April 30.
Water Board member and community activist says he will focus on issues important to local families.
Two, $1,000 scholarships available to regional high school seniors.
Residents attend town hall hosted by San Benito Fire Safe Council.
"These funds will help the San Benito Health Foundation to continue to provide their patients with quality health education and preventative services, and to promote healthy lifestyles," Panetta said.
New e-book and audiobook service offers library cardholders free access to over 90,000 titles.
Potential $50,000 in grant funding could go to first time homebuyers if approved.
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