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September 18, 2020

Tag: san benito county supervisors

Measure N supporters allege campaign violations

The Fair Political Practices Commission is investigating allegations that a group opposing the Strada Verde proposal violated a number of campaign regulations.

Lawsuit claims misleading language in Measure N ballot question

A Hollister resident has filed a lawsuit against San Benito County, claiming that the ballot question for Measure N in the November...

Report: SVIP could generate $26M annually

A report by the San Benito County Auditor showed that the county and school districts stand to make millions in taxes if...

County contends Strada Verde report is inaccurate

San Benito County officials are at odds over a consultant’s report outlining potential issues with a proposed development, but agreed Aug. 18...

Botelho blasts Strada Verde report’s release

A report that recommends a buffer zone between an agricultural fumigant storage facility and a proposed development was scrutinized by the San...

Report: Strada Verde needs buffer zone

A development proposed adjacent to Highway 25 in northern San Benito County should not be built due to its proximity to a...

Nomination period to open for vacant county supervisor seat

The District 4 seat on the San Benito County Board of Supervisors will be up for election in November following Jim Gillio’s...

Voters to decide on Strada Verde plan

San Benito County voters will decide in November if a plan for a major development should move forward. The...

County delays Covid-19 enforcement ordinance

People and businesses flouting the state’s public health order could face fines of up to $10,000 from San Benito County.

Gillio resigns as county supervisor

San Benito County Supervisor Jim Gillio abruptly announced his resignation during the board’s meeting July 21, citing the need to spend more...