Learn about and support local prescribed fire efforts. June 5 will be at the Hollister Vets Building and June 6 will be a live fire training in Bitterwater.
Residents oppose zoning change, want area to remain rural.
Ignacio Velazquez's appeal will go before the City Council on May 20. If it fails to be upheld, he will decide whether or not to sue.
Permit applications due no later than Wednesday, June 5.
"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.
Over half of participants said they have been unable to hire employees at some point during the last five years.
Construction in Pacheco Pass would start in three to five years.
AB 1783 expected to make it easier to house farmworkers on agricultural land.
Mayor’s second letter to commissioners fails to delay vote.
Residents attend town hall hosted by San Benito Fire Safe Council.
Projects are aimed at attracting residents to the grounds while deterring homeless sleepers and vandalism.
Funds from SB 1 planned for improvements to Fairview, Union, Hospital, Buena Vista and Southside roads. Repairs range from resurfacing to filling potholes.
Park presents a ‘branding opportunity,’ but generating revenue early is critical for success, designers say.
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