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September 18, 2020

Tag: roads

Officials discuss 2017 challenges

Hollister, San Juan Bautista and San Benito County faced numerous challenges this year that ranged from rampant growth in the cannabis industry to tainted...

Rough riding

I must have clocked nearly two hundred miles this week driving between my home in north Monterey County and the expansive roads of San...

County faced with $398 million road problem

County supervisors discussed using SB-1 funds for future road repair at a Tuesday meeting. SB-1 raised the gas tax and vehicle fees in California in...

Guest View: San Benito County roads about to be overwhelmed

Poor transportation planning and lack of coordination, especially by San Benito County, will soon overwhelm a critical portion of the local road network.

Kosmicki: Final dash to the mussels

This is the final column in a three-part series. In the previous two, set in post-apocalyptic Hollister, a mad dash ensues for the last plentiful water and food source on earth. To reach San Justo Reservoir, home of world ruler Mollusk Face, I must cross Hollister’s ravaged roads and outrun its maniacal drivers. To this point, heading east on Hillcrest Road toward the bypass, I’ve survived toxins from the city’s poisoned Dump Lake; a wading pool-deep, pothole-induced rollover; crazed van and pickup drivers; condors picking at my lifeless body; and a wild pig attack.

Sales tax for roads headed to June ballot

Supervisors on Tuesday put their support behind a proposed half-cent sales tax now headed for the June ballot.

Timing for downtown lane work remains unclear

There is no specific time frame for a contractor to conduct work downtown that involves reducing the number of lanes from four to two for a key stretch, a public works officials told the Free Lance this week.

Classic cars take historic route

Drivers of classic cars took the old-time vehicles on the dirt path that makes up a section of the DeAnza Trail in San Juan Bautista on May 12. Drivers take vehicles out on the trail once a year.