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Jerry DeMille and Scott Bevens left their homes in North Hollywood at 4 a.m. Friday to get to the Hollister Independence Rally. The longtime friends said the trip was worth it.
The Hollister motorcycle rally is officially set for July 1-3 after the council’s narrow support of a new promoter Monday.
If the City of Hollister and rally promoters want to recoup more costs through fees charged to businesses, then officials should look into a broad examination of all permit charges to merchants over the rally weekend and increase those levies across the board.
Hollister Mayor Ignacio Velazquez has had an on-again, off-again status when it comes to making official decisions on the biker rally. On Monday, he announced he is on again and said he will avoid making money on the event so he can take part in the city's decision making.
A debate is brewing over private property owners leasing out space to sell merchandise during the Hollister biker rally and whether the city can charge special fees to those locals to help make up a continued deficit for outside promoters.
The latest Hollister motorcycle rally promoter is not expected to return for the 2016 event, the mayor confirmed Friday.
For riders like Debbie and Randy Liston from Camarillo in Southern California, it’s the history of the Hollister rally and all the bikers that keep drawing them back.
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