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San Benito County supervisors Tuesday declared support for a bill aiming to reopen Clear Creek National Recreation Area. Supervisors at their 9 a.m. Tuesday meeting...
San Benito County supervisors Tuesday declared support for a bill aiming to reopen Clear Creek National Recreation Area.
The San Benito County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will consider supporting a bill aiming to reopen Clear Creek National Recreation Area. Supervisors at their...
While San Benito County officials prepare for an influx of visitors for the Pinnacles National Park redesignation ceremony on Feb. 11 at the east entrance visitors center, officials in a community along the west entrance are making plans to promote their own community as a Gateway to the new national park.
At Tuesday's San Benito County Board of Supervisors a handful of residents talked about items not on the agenda. One called for the supervisors to work with Congressman Sam Farr on reopening Clear Creek. Another talked about "new" revenue for San Benito County in the form of unclaimed property held at the state controller's office. Others talked about the importance of the CDBG grant funding and remembered 9/11 on the 11th anniversary of the tragedy.
During the Aug. 21 meeting of the county board of supervisors, four residents spoke during the public comment period in which they could comment on items not on the agenda.
During the Aug. 14 San Benito County Board of Supervisors, two members of the public who support the reopening of Clear Creek to off-road vehicles thanked the supervisors for their support of the effort through the years since the park was closed to off-road uses.
San Benito County's tourism industry was hammered four years ago from three setbacks aggravated by poor leadership at the local and federal levels.
While they have fought against a federal agency for years, advocates pushing for Clear Creek Management Area’s reopening might get a chance to sidestep their foe at the Bureau of Land Management through newly introduced legislation. And while the door is now cracked open for long-dormant motorized vehicle use – supporters hope sometime in 2013 – the bill also appears to target an expansion to Clear Creek’s current boundaries comprising 63,000 acres.
Authorities are searching for a plane they believe crashed this week somewhere near New Idria, according to a statement from the San Benito County Sheriff’s Office.