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Many counties and cities throughout the nation organize community events to honor those lost in the terrorist attacks 11 years ago on Sept. 11. At the very least, citizens have come to expect their local government institutions to lower American flags to half-staff.
Members of the Service Employees International Union Local 521 distributed fliers over the weekend that suggested San Benito County might be headed in the same direction as San Bernardino, which recently gained national infamy after filing bankruptcy.
The San Benito County supervisors agreed to delay the layoffs for public safety employees at the June 19 meeting, where they agreed to make the layoffs effective on Aug. 15 instead of July 1.
The San Benito County supervisors were expecting a progress report by Nancy Martin, the executive director/CEO of the San Benito County Economic Development Corporation, at today’s meeting.
San Benito County supervisors on Tuesday rescinded two sheriff’s department layoffs during a special meeting in which the budget was the main topic of discussion.
Supervisors this week voted 3-2 to recommend the county administrative officer begin the necessary steps to eliminate nearly 30 positions from the budget.
San Benito County supervisors on Tuesday approved moving ahead on the extension of a contract for fire protection with Calfire and directed staff to bring it back to the board for final action and discussion at a future date.
The San Benito County Board of Supervisors approved waivers to continue a salary reduction and to contribute 4 percent of their pay to the PERS retirement fund at a May 1 supervisors meeting.
The county’s nearly 60-year relationship with Calfire could be going down in flames Tuesday.
Over 3 years, county used $15M from reserve dollars, depleting it from 15 to 6 percent of general fund
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