Financial discussion expected at next meeting.
Supervisors want Measure C to pay costs of managing compliance.
The public is reminded to remain cautious when recreating on public lands to prevent a wildfire.
Residents voice concerns over odor and neighboring property value.
After being denied grants, county is counting on Measure G for funding.
Compost company shares plan for increasing capacity and trucks at facility near Hwy. 25.
New renewable energy developments expected to contribute increase in nationwide storage capacity.
The city's installation of reverse-angle parking and a school-sponsored traffic study at West and B streets are two of the latest multi-agency efforts to promote pedestrian and vehicular safety near San Benito High School.
City Council changes wastewater treatment plant operators and commits additional funds to sludge removal.
Groundwater Sustainability Plan needed to be in compliance with state law.
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.
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