Roadwork consists of grinding and paving wheel tracks at intersection.
The new configuration is designed to reduce the double-parking that occurs on both sides of the street in front of the school, while also relieving parking congestion in the surrounding neighborhood.
Work is expected to continue over the next few months and may require additional, temporary road closures.
Long delays expected to affect northbound traffic.
San Benito High School says it's low debt burden, fiscal solvency, and growing tax base is expected to lower borrowing costs and reduce property taxes related to the bonds for local residents and businesses by shortening the financing term.
The $969-million dam and reservoir project will replace the facility to store more water for dry years, and is expected to help replenish aquifers and bring back fish populations.
Consulting group says county could gain $2 million to $8 million in annual pot tax revenue.
Grant allows San Benito County Water District and its partners to move forward with planning for critical water supply expansion.
Urban agriculture spreads as people living within city limits raise chickens for eggs and grow multiple types of food for friends and family.
As one CSA accuses county of incompetence and threatens law suit, Supervisor Mark Medina says county is taking CSA monies and not providing services neighborhoods have paid for.
The COG board will meet on July 19 and make a final decision as to whether or not to ask the San Benito County Board of Supervisors to place a transportation sales tax measure on the November 6 ballot.
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