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July 3, 2020

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Cecelia Ponzini is 30th District’s Woman of the Year

Morgan Hill’s Cecelia Ponzini—who has helped more than 10,000 families gain access to food, clothing and other necessities—is the Woman of the Year for California Assembly District 30.

Farmworker housing bill goes to governor

The Farmworker Housing Act of 2019, introduced by Assemblymember Robert Rivas of Hollister, passed the California Assembly and State Senate.

New plan for farmworker housing

Growing up in farmworker housing in Paicines, California informed how newly elected state Assemblymember Robert Rivas ran his campaign for his District...

Equality California endorses Robert Rivas

San Benito County Supervisor Robert Rivas’ political campaign announced last week the endorsement of Equality California in the race for the 30th State Assembly...

Rivas officially runs for state assembly

San Benito County Supervisor Robert Rivas has officially announced that he is entering the contest for the 30th District seat in the California Assembly,...

Updated: New Board Chairman Rivas lays out platform

Supervisor Robert Rivas gets to take his turn as county board chairman in 2016.

Guest View: Supervisors Botelho, Rivas reaffirm support for Measure J

We are writing to set the record straight. Supervisor Margie Barrios said at the last San Juan Bautista City Council meeting (Oct 21, 2014) when that council endorsed Measure J, that some of her fellow supervisors are "now rethinking their decisions after all the information that has come out" — suggesting that we're distancing themselves from support of Measure J. This could not be further from the truth.

Board picks interim CAO as next assistant administrator

Supervisors approved reinstating an assistant county administrative officer July 23, with Ray Espinosa set to fill the position when a new county administrative officer is hired. Espinosa has been serving as interim CAO for 10 months.

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.

County board reduces car allowance for department heads

San Benito County supervisors reduced the car allowance for appointed department heads from $500 to $350 at last week’s board of supervisors' meeting, while there were concerns from one department head that there should be some exemptions to the allowance.