The City of Hollister is getting ready to embark on an update of its 20-year General Plan, giving residents an opportunity to provide their own input into how the community should plan and grow for the future.
A citizens group that opposes commercial development of agricultural land submitted an initiative March 2 that would establish an urban growth boundary...
Until recently, development in Hollister moved at a snail’s pace. After 15 million gallons of wastewater spilled into the San Benito River in 2002...
Most county planning commissioners this week supported instituting a 15 percent affordable housing requirement on new developments more than six years after suspending income-based mandates here.
Still depressed about the Hollister council’s decision to sell the city’s most prized public square for another condo development and a rooftop for sipping wine? There’s a way to get over it.
In taking up a non-agendized issue Monday, Hollister council members violated the state open meetings law by straying off the scheduled topic and engaging in open discussions when the agenda merely mentioned receiving a presentation, according to the legal counsel for the state newspaper association.
A judge Monday ruled against the county and in favor of a developer that challenged the justification of an “annexation fee” charged to builders since the turn of the century.
A proposal for a 21-home subdivision in Tres Pinos, with a population of about 500, may come down to availability of water.
Before a final approval in an eight-year process to devise a new general plan—a required blueprint for future development—supervisors offered views focusing mostly on highway development.