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.
City staff and constituents weigh in; first reading of new rules expected June 3.
Updated after 5/16 COG meeting: Only one category left unfilled as directors ask staff to do outreach for a trade/labor representative.
Recent meetings of the Hollister City Council and San Benito County Board of Supervisors have shown a lot of bad behavior by some of our elected. We should look to understand why, and ask participants to do better.
"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.
As the Hollister City Council considers allowing recreational operations, the District 4 representative proposes a taxing formula.
He plans to focus on his business and take time to travel.
Group aims to improve project completion times and attract new, qualified members.
"I encourage everyone to speak out and participate in this public comment period," Panetta said.
At town hall, parent says youth aren’t just buying it in local stores; they’re also buying it online.
Proposition 218 protest ballots will be sent to residents in the coming weeks.
In 2017, the board attempted to raise their salaries by 37.5% but abandoned the move following public opposition.
Water Board member and community activist says he will focus on issues important to local families.
ACE Anesthesia Group will have 10 days to accept the three-year, $1.6 million offer after it’s presented in May.
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