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July 24, 2021

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Supervisors rezone highway property to commercial

The San Benito County Supervisors voted to approve a commercial rezoning of a property along Highway 101, although some members of the public said...

Campaign law violations alleged in county supervisor’s race

As political campaigns throughout the nation race down the final stretch before the Nov. 3 election, a candidate for a San Benito County Supervisor’s seat has accused his rival of violations of the state’s Fair Political Practices Commission guidelines.

County posts supe candidates’ campaign financial activities

Campaign financial disclosure records for San Benito County Supervisor candidates show differing styles of fundraising in the two races where no incumbent will be on the ballot.

County contends Strada Verde report is inaccurate

San Benito County officials are at odds over a consultant’s report outlining potential issues with a proposed development, but agreed Aug. 18 to work...

Botelho blasts Strada Verde report’s release

A report that recommends a buffer zone between an agricultural fumigant storage facility and a proposed development was scrutinized by the San Benito County...

Kosmicki: What if supervisors were high when voting?

What if, before county supervisors took their vote to ban outdoor medical marijuana cultivation, they all got high? This column explores the possibility.

Guest View: Supervisors Botelho, Rivas reaffirm support for Measure J

We are writing to set the record straight. Supervisor Margie Barrios said at the last San Juan Bautista City Council meeting (Oct 21, 2014) when that council endorsed Measure J, that some of her fellow supervisors are "now rethinking their decisions after all the information that has come out" — suggesting that we're distancing themselves from support of Measure J. This could not be further from the truth.

Supervisors voice concerns about Affordable Care Act

Members of the San Benito County Board of Supervisors voiced concerns Tuesday about implementation of the federal Affordable Care Act, as the controversial law revs up enrollment starting Oct. 1 under the state-run “Covered California” health care exchange.

Board picks interim CAO as next assistant administrator

Supervisors approved reinstating an assistant county administrative officer July 23, with Ray Espinosa set to fill the position when a new county administrative officer is hired. Espinosa has been serving as interim CAO for 10 months.

San Juan Bike Path celebrated with ribbon cutting

San Benito officials gathered at Anzar High School Friday afternoon for a ribbon-cutting ceremony that celebrated the completion of the San Juan Bike Path.