San Juan Bautista residents speak out on cannabis
San Juan Bautista Historic Resources Board OK's putting plaques on historic buildings
Hollister City Council balks at $150,000 for dog park. Residents along Bonnie View Road voice opposition to road opening, and street artist asks city to consider interactive art parks.
A Monterey County judge is considering a ruling on an oil industry legal challenge to Measure Z, the Monterey County anti-fracking initiative.
SBC Supervisor De La Cruz states that proposed community college campus location in Hollister is too remote, poorly planned and incongruent with County General Plan.
Supervisors adopt changes to cannabis ordinance, as criminal element appears to be already infiltrating industry.
As development of Bennett Ranch subdivision in Hollister, along with much larger Brigantino subdivision, moves forward Planning Commission questions need for parks.
Hollister city council sends responses to Grand Jury on Animal Shelter, approves three more cannabis permits, airport improvements and a marketing campaign to change residents' habits regarding fecal matter.
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.
The H.O.M.E. Resource Center facility celebrates its opening Tues. Nov. 21 as it prepares to support San Benito County's homeless population
Council members recounted the communication that led to the alleged Brown Act violations.
In the first of many meetings to come, COG directors listened to residents' ideas and complaints about county roads.
SBC Sheriff's department issued cultivation abatement notices to all 27 commercial cannabis amortization applicants to terminate grow operations in two weeks time. The Board of Supervisors will vote on banning commercial cannabis at its next meeting.
County Planning Commission adds $1 million to amended first agreement with solar company to "heal community"
Pat Loe, who was a supervisor when original Panoche Valley Solar Project was approved, now, as a planning commissioner, wants $1 million to be paid to Community Foundation as endowment for nonprofits.
After considering bids to repair levees, Chapin Construction chosen to do the job for $625,000. Supervisor Jaime De La Cruz warns that he will not support any more cost.
After nearly a year of negotiations between Hollister and the Hollister School District a master agreement on the use of school facilities was adopted and will extend partnership over 20 years.
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.
In what could be called a sequel of the Oct. 24 meeting, Hollister City Council delays making a decision on the Growth Management Program until December as three home development projects wait in the wings.
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