This may be great weather for weekend fun, but a continued lack of rainfall has state and federal officials worried about a return of...
Hollister, San Juan Bautista and San Benito County faced numerous challenges this year that ranged from rampant growth in the cannabis industry to tainted...
Winter storms brought much needed water to the parched state earlier this year, but with a growing population and industry needs, water conservation is...
Although the state has revoked mandatory water restrictions for residential users after a relatively wet winter, this county’s authorities are examining whether to implement locally based conservation rules.
The three-year legal dispute between the San Benito County Water District and McAlpine Lake over water pumping rates went to court last week. And if the district succeeds in cutting off the lake’s underground supply, the recreation facility’s owner, Randall McAlpine, says it could force him to close the lake to the public.
A proposal for a 21-home subdivision in Tres Pinos, with a population of about 500, may come down to availability of water.
The water district, in collaboration with the City of Hollister, has developed a recycled water program. The program is designed to shift part of our future water supplies to more locally-controlled and reliable sources of water. Nothing is more reliable and sustainable for the planet than recycled water.
The San Benito County Business Council is hosting a water information forum from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Sept. 17 at San Juan Oaks located at 3825 Union Road outside Hollister, according to announcement from the organization.
Hollister City Council members Monday approved a 25 percent discount on the first tier of water use for low-income senior citizens.
Residents in 59 homes on the south end of Aromas can take in more than a breath of fresh air. Soon, they can take a gulp of fresh water, too.
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