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Cruzio Receives State Grant for Equal Access Summits to the Sea Project
On February 15th, the California Public Utilities Commission unanimously approved Resolution T-17810, giving the green light to Cruzio's Equal Access Summits to the Sea (EAS2C) grant proposal. EAS...
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The Williamson Act: How the Law That Protects California’s Farmland Works
More than half of California farmland is under contracts that prevent its development.
New ‘Turbo Roundabout’ Open at Highways 25/156
Caltrans released a how-to video on Youtube advising travelers how to approach and navigate the new intersection, which is the first of its kind in California.
Rivas Leads Effort to Combat Growing Retail Theft Problem
Nearly four months after forming a bipartisan select committee, Assembly Speaker Robert Rivas announced legislation to combat shoplifting and organized retail theft.
California Lawmakers Face a Ballooning Budget Deficit
The Legislative Analyst’s Office projects the 2024-25 shortfall at $73 billion, putting more pressure on legislators and the governor to find savings.
From Benito Link...
County Gets Going on Public Transit Improvements
Transportation Planner Douglas Kean says less than 1% of county residents use San Benito County’s public transit system and that transit operations need to be fundamentally restructured.
Hollister’s Elyssa Hernandez Competes for El Salvador National Football Team
Baler sophomore wins spot on the U-17 squad and sparkles in CONCACAF tourney in Mexico.
Meet the Candidates: District 1 Supervisor
Residents will vote March 5 in the District 1 race for a seat on the San Benito County Board of Supervisors, with incumbent Dom Zanger facing off against challengers Stacie McGrady and Dustin Weber.
Opinion: Exploring the Role of County Central Committees
California’s Elections Code provides for County Central Committees for each of the state’s major political parties, to be elected every four years during the presidential primary.
From Edible Monterey Bay...
Tipsy Putt Opens on Cannery Row
One of the biggest properties on Cannery Row has a new identity, after several years dark. Tipsy Putt soft opened in the former Cannery Row Brewing Company.
State Parks Recommends Grant for Gilroy Trail
The city of Gilroy would be able to use $200,000 to construct a new 4,500 linear foot multi-use trail segment—known as Lions Creek Trail—with educational signage and distance markers.
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