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January 15, 2021

Tag: san benito county board of supervisors

Nominations open for June primary

If you have ever considered running for local office, now is your chance. Monday Feb. 12 kicked off the nomination period for the June 5,...

2018 primary elections on the horizon

It feels like only yesterday that San Benito County voters filled out ballots on Election Day, but later this year residents will do it...

Local levee fixed one year later

Rain earlier this week in San Benito County gave early clues to possible driver headaches in the coming rainy season, as water overflowed ditches...

Leaders list goals for the new year

The new year is here and with it comes a fresh set of responsibilities and challenges in San Benito County. Roads still need to...

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...

Local leaders list accomplishments

The end of the year, especially one as chaotic as 2017, is often a time for reflection. The Free Lance asked all members of the...

San Benito County to hire lobbyist

San Benito County policymakers last week approved the hiring of a lobbyist to work on the county’s behalf at the state capitol to the...

County leader opposes proposed Gavilan College bond

San Benito County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jamie De La Cruz announced on Tuesday his opposition to a potential $248 million bond measure for...

County approves money for levee repairs

The San Benito County Board of Supervisors this week approved $275,000 in additional funding for repairs to the Pacheco Creek levee system, damaged during...

Supervisors drop plans for big pay raise

San Benito County supervisors changed their minds this week, and voted unanimously against giving themselves a 56-percent pay raise. The Board of Supervisors last month...