Tag: gary armstrong
San Benito County’s general plan update could take up to two years to complete, despite estimates earlier this year that it might be completed this fall.
The environmental impact review for the San Benito County general plan update is slated to be released on Friday to begin a 45-day comment period that will end on April 8, according to County Planning Director Gary Armstrong.
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 Board of Supervisors discussed the issue of illegal street vendors, a topic it tried to tackle with an educational approach last year.