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June 20, 2021

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San Benito County Board of Supervisors chair Jaime de La Cruz...

With hundreds of vote-by-mail ballot still uncounted as of 6:35 pm Friday, March 6, one San Benito County supervisor was assured of re-election, a...

Kosmicki: What if supervisors were high when voting?

What if, before county supervisors took their vote to ban outdoor medical marijuana cultivation, they all got high? This column explores the possibility.

Supervisors split $78K between five nonprofits

Despite a mostly smooth run in this year’s budget hearings, held June 17, the supervisors again got held up on how to allocate money to community-based organizations.

Supervisors agree to pay retirement benefits to temp hire

County supervisors made an exception to their rule against offering retirement benefits for temporary employees in order to hire someone with expertise in the budget process to replace a management analyst III who retired at the end of December.

Supervisors elect Botelho as chairman, ratify committee roles

At the first meeting of the year Tuesday, San Benito County supervisors elected Anthony Botelho to serve as chairman of the board for 2013 with Jerry Muenzer elected to serve as vice chairman.

Supervisors nix outside use of board chambers

Nonprofits and other community groups will no longer have the capability of reserving the county board chambers.

Landfill doubles garbage capacity

Residents remain concerned about increased traffic on John Smith Road even as supervisors approved a general plan amendment and application to CalRecycle to expand the daily tonnage allowed into the landfill from 500 tons per day up to 1,000 tons per day.

Board curtails cut to sheriff’s office

San Benito County supervisors approved a temporary due pass for the San Benito County Sheriff's Office operations budget during the second day of budget hearings Tuesday. The supervisors had originally been looking at cutting the budget by $230,000 by eliminating two deputy sheriff positions in order to balance part of a $1.7 million deficit remaining in the county budget.

Board OKs concessions from law enforcement managers

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.

Supervisors at odds over latest round of cuts

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.