Once the state attorney general found that the referendum did not qualify to be on the November ballot, the way was cleared for the city to repeal it and move forward with the 400 block project.
Superintendent thanks voters for support of Measures G and U, which are funding educational and athletic facility upgrades at San Benito High School.
Residents turned out at a recent San Benito County Board of Supervisors meeting to encourage them to move forward on a cannabis growing ordinance as quickly as possible after the passage of Measure C.
After months of moving through the legal process, the Hollister City Council gave its stamp of approval for a medical cannabis dispensary to Monterey Bay Alternative Medicine.
The new self-help housing project, known as Riverview II, will feature up to 25 homes on 4,000 square-foot lots.
Despite objections of nearby residents, the Hollister Planning Commission approved a tentative map and conditional use permit for a 12-unit development.
The purpose of the forum is to build more awareness of San Benito County’s housing efforts and MBEP’s housing initiative aimed at increasing housing supply across our region that addresses all income levels.
The San Benito Agricultural Land Trust is devoted to farmers and ranchers in order to protect the agricultural heritage of San Benito County.
The project includes a bypass road around San Benito High School and a water pipeline. Sunnyslope Water District will reimburse the county for the pipeline.
The Hollister Planning Commission recently approved tentative maps for two new developments that could add around 200 homes and apartments within city limits.
The regional transportation agency is seeking community input on transportation needs, and is scheduling conversations with community organizations to discuss possible solutions.
Hollister residents and city officials have waited since September 2017 to hear back from the state attorney general on whether a referendum could be added to the November ballot. Word came back that it cannot.
It has taken eight years, and the PV2 solar project is nearly a third of original design, but tax monies are finally beginning to come to San Benito County.
After choosing from an á la carte menu of options for the renovation of long-neglected McCarthy Park, the total came to almost $2.4 million.
Pinnacles Gateway Partners meeting discussed ways to promote gateway communities surrounding the park.
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