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June 15, 2024

City puts off dog breed mandates to hear opponents

Hollister City Council members on Monday night put off an idea

Santa Clara County asks voters to increase sales tax

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors passed the second and final reading of an ordinance at their meeting Tuesday that asks voters to increase sales tax by one-eighth cent in November. It would increase the local tax rate from 8.375 percent to 8.5 percent. The board voted 4-0, with Supervisor Mike Wasserman absent.

Hodges, supes continue to wrangle

Again and again, Registrar John Hodges said no. Then the Board

County diverts state funds from community center to area parks

Delays in the Mission City may end up benefiting local

County budget hearings to start Monday

San Benito County's annual budget hearings are set to start Monday morning.

Council Bans All Cell Towers in City Parks

Cellular phone towers are no longer welcome in local parks.

Hill sends memo responding to charges from Autoworks owner concerning contract

Sheriff Curtis Hill has sent a letter to the Board of

BLM sets workshop to review OHV grant proposals

The Hollister office of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management will

City has yet to cite anyone under social host law

While the police department readies for a new daytime curfew law targeting teen delinquents, it has not issued a single citation using the social host ordinance – targeting parents who encourage bad behavior to their children – since its enactment in April 2010.

County board narrowly imposes ‘last’ offer to union

Supervisors in recent weeks voted 3-2 to impose their “last, best and final offer” on government union workers after months of tense negotiations and false starts.