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Scramble Begins for Kevin McCarthy's House Seat After Ousted Speaker Announces Resignation From Congress
McCarthy represented the Bakersfield area in 3 different districts since 2007 before rising to the House's top position.
San Benito Oriana Chorale Returns to Mission San Juan Bautista
For many, the San Benito Oriana Chorale’s holiday concerts are the kick-off to the Christmas season. “It sets the tone for a beautiful Christmas season,” said Director Rachel Romina.
Gilroy Garlic Festival Hands Out Checks
The Gilroy Garlic Festival Association dished out $65,000 in donations to various organizations during a ceremony at Gilroy Presbyterian Church, continuing its long-standing tradition of giving back to the community.
From Sacramento Bee...
State Releases EIR for Delta Tunnel
The California Department of Water Resources released an environmental impact report for a tunnel that the state would like to build through the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. The report identifies potential impacts to farmland, tribal remains and endangered species of fish.
Coyotes More Likely To Turn Up at Wealthier Properties in San Francisco
A coyote recently was found at the $27 million Russian Hill home of AI mogul Sam Altman. This relates to a study, which found that coyote sightings were more frequent in higher-income areas of San Francisco.
Council Gets Look at Downtown Gilroy Parking Study
Brian Canepa of W-Trans, the consulting firm hired by the city in September 2022, said multiple surveys of weekday parking in the broader downtown area revealed that only 44% of the 3,181 spaces were occupied during the peak hour of 10 a.m., noting that was before the new 144-space lot opened on Eigleberry and Seventh streets.
Gilroy Studies, May Change Downtown Food Truck Regulations
Gilroy officials are looking at updating a decades-old ordinance on food trucks, but some business owners are cautioning city leaders to not make it restrictive for those wanting to sell their wares downtown.
From Los Angeles Times...
Protesters Expected Outside of Biden LA Fundraiser
A large gathering of protesters sympathetic to the plight of the Palestinian people is expected outside a fundraiser Dec. 8 in Westwood for President Biden. Police have warned that any violence won’t be tolerated.
Thousands of Migrant Farmworker Apartments Sit Vacant for Months
Even though California is facing a crippling housing shortage, one potential source remains untapped. The state allows thousands of apartments used for part of the year by farmworkers to otherwise sit vacant for three to six months.
County Broadband Plan Addresses Equitable Access
A new plan was unveiled for more equitable broadband internet access in San Benito County, where a study has found that 5% of the population is underserved.
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