San Juan Bautista
San Juan Bautista residents speak out on cannabis
San Juan Bautista Historic Resources Board OK's putting plaques on historic buildings
The coffee house will feature the work of several local artists on Sat., Dec. 2
San Juan Bautista Committee showed its appreciation for Kathy Schipper on Philanthropy Day. The committee thanked her for volunteering on local projects and giving regional nonprofits support through her "Creatives through Community"
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.
San Juan Bautista's rich California heritage is highlighted with an enhanced self-guided walking trail of 49 historically significant sites.
Once again Hollister Police Department will team up with non-profit Turning Wheels for Kids to provide new bicycles & helmets to area children
Drafted by Victor Gomez of Pinnacle Strategy, this is the first time members of the public had access to the ordinance.
San Juan Bautista Council discusses last meeting's sudden adjournment, Mayor attempts to remove Planning Commissioner
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.
On Saturday, Nov. 4, the San Juan VFW held a ceremony honoring the late Corporal Rodolfo P. Hernandez, a Congressional Medal of Honor recipient from the Korean War
Join Assembly Members Mark Stone and Anna Caballero, with Sally Gwin Saterlee from the Healthy California Campaign, in a discussion about Senate Bill 562.
The event will be an opportunity for the public to meet local authors and ask questions after their presentations.
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