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San Benito County supervisors approved 6 percent in personnel cost concessions from the Law Enforcement Managers on Friday at the second special meeting in one week.
San Benito County supervisors Wednesday agreed to the concessions made by one employee bargaining unit while failing to approve the concessions from a second group.
Supervisors agreed to rescind a layoff notice for a half-time building inspector II position in a 4-0 vote, with Supervisor Margie Barrios not present Wednesday morning.
The San Benito County supervisors agreed to delay the layoffs for public safety employees at the June 19 meeting, where they agreed to make the layoffs effective on Aug. 15 instead of July 1.
In light of concerns over escalating costs for prospective farmers market booths, county supervisors Tuesday directed staff officials to revisit the health permit fees at the event for next year.
The San Benito County supervisors approved a letter opposing state senate legislation that would take money from the Off-Highway Vehicle grant fund to keep state parks open.
The San Benito County board of supervisors added an emergency item to the agenda Tuesday to approve out-of-state travel for Supervisor Jerry Muenzer.
Candidates have submitted their required campaign finance documents for activity in recent months, while the county elections office made them available this week.
Botelho aims for third term
The San Benito County Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Bureau endorsed two of the incumbent supervisors running in the June 5 election, including Margie Barrios and Anthony Botelho, while remaining neutral on the District 5 race between incumbent Jaime De La Cruz and opponent Sonny Flores