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April 1, 2020

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Hollister voters to decide 400 block future

Nearly 30 years after a massive earthquake destroyed a section of downtown Hollister, the future of the vacant 400 block of San Benito Street...

Council certifies 400 block petition

City leaders certified the petition to reconsider development of the vacant 400 block of San Benito Street on Monday. No decision was made on...

400 block petition to go before council

City leaders Tuesday inched closer to deciding the fate of the vacant 400 block in downtown Hollister. In closed session at the Hollister City...

Mayor says council violating state law

Mayor Ignacio Velazquez said the Hollister City Council is violating state law by stalling the certification of a petition to place the 400 block...

Coalition petitions to develop 400 block

The Community Foundation of San Benito County and its allies have launched an online petition to support its plans to build the nonprofit new...

State opinion on 400 block delayed

An opinion from the California Attorney General’s Office on the validity of the 400 block petition has been delayed, according to city officials. City Clerk...

Local politics roundup: July 2017

State attorney general consulted over 400 block   The Hollister City Council is still on recess, but there’s activity at city hall. City Clerk Tom Graves...

Mayor submits petition to thwart 400 block plans

In a bid to keep downtown Hollister’s last patch of open space from becoming condos and offices, Mayor Ignacio Velazquez submitted a petition to...

FPPC rejects councilman’s 400 block complaint against mayor

The state’s Fair Political Practices Commission has ruled against a Hollister councilman’s complaint about the mayor—and allegations of a conflict—regarding the city’s consideration to sell the 400 block of San Benito Street for development.