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Commission investigates vice mayor’s conflicts COMPLAINT FILED OVER KLAUER’S CANNABIS VOTES Nicholas Preciado Reporter

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Hollister Vice Mayor Karson Klauer is currently under investigation by a state commission for potential conflicts of interest related to city council votes on cannabis businesses. Resident Gary Cameron filed a sworn complaint in August 2017 with the California Fair Political Practices Commission, which oversees the enforcement of the state’s Political Reform Act. Cameron has been an outspoken critic of the city’s quest to regulate medical cannabis. “Karson Klauer as the City of Hollister vice mayor and councilperson may have used his office to financially enrich his family, friends and co-workers,” the complaint alleges. The documents cites Klauer’s “failure to recuse

LEADER Lovell “KC” Adams in his business Kutz and Colors Hair Salon in Gilroy. Adams is set to receive the

Martin Luther King Freedom award on the civil rights leader’s bicentennial holiday on Monday, January 15.

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said Jim Brumfield, whose 14-acre horse ranch on San Juan Highway is a short walk from the site of the planned bridge. The riverbed crossing will be funded completely with federal money from the Federal Highway Administration's Toll Credit Highway Bridge Program, with construction slated for the spring of 2017. “The key to a better transportation

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Over his county career, Rivas has advocated for affordable housing, LGBTQ equality, improved roadways, and local higher education. He attended Gavilan College and Sacramento State for undergraduate school and went on to San Jose State University for graduate school. Prior to serving as county supervisor, Rivas worked in staff

positions for Assemblymembers Simon Salinas and Anna Caballero. He has also worked as a lecturer at Gavilan College and a paid call firefighter in Hollister. The supervisor stated his interest in running for state assembly late last year, but didn’t make an official announcement. One is expected next week.

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San Benito County District 3 Supervisor Robert Rivas said this week he intends to run for California State Assembly District 30. “I am a lifelong resident of this region and I will work

tirelessly to make sure the 30th Assembly District has a strong advocate in Sacramento,” Rivas said. Rivas, a 38-year old Democrat, was first elected to the San Benito County Board of Supervisors as District 3 representative in June 2010 and reelected in 2014. District 3 encompasses southwest Hollister south of South Street and East to Memorial Drive.

make his pizzas. In starting the business, he is also bringing a taste of his family’s home country to his family’s hometown in Hollister. The Felice family is from the Calabria part of Italy and has deep roots in San Benito County as well. With the opening of Forno, meanwhile, Hollister will once again

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Club in Hollister. The commemoration will begin with a silent auction at 9 a.m. followed by breakfast and the award program at 10 a.m. Harris said that because 2018 marks 50 years since the assassination of King, “Moving forward, we really wanted to keep that dream alive because the issue of freedom is still vital today. We have many people who are incarcerated economically, incarcerated in terms of lack of education.”

Democrat Anna Caballero is the current state Assembly representative for District 30. Caballero was elected in 2016 when she faced off against fellow Democrat Karina Cervantez Alejo. Caballero will term out this year, leaving her seat open to a potential battle royale. California’s 30th State

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this award more important to me.” In addition to his sports mentorship, Adams is owner of Kutz and Colors Hair Salon that has operated in Gilroy for 20 years. “I feel like I’m a VIP, being given it on Martin Luther King Jr. Day,” Adams said. “Being a black man, I’ve struggled to get where I’ve gotten. Just getting here and overcoming obstacles, it’s a blessing.” Bethany Community Church has given the award for over a decade. The event started out at the Forest Park Inn in Gilroy, but moved to Gavilan College and is now hosted at San Juan Oaks Golf

The San Benito County chapter of the national nonprofit organization Birthday Cakes 4 Free started last spring and group members have been bringing cakes, cupcakes and muffins to low-income seniors and children ever since then. Since the group started in June, its members have delivered about five cakes a month to the Emmaus House, Chamberlain's Children Center and the assisted living facility Whispering Pines Inn. Now they're looking to expand to individual homes in the county. A2

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The company vying to build a 247-megawatt solar farm in Panoche submitted a draft supplemental environmental impact report addressing plans to examine impacts under a revised, reduced proposal. PV2 Energy filed the supplemental draft EIR on Dec. 23. The prior company overseeing the project, Solargen Energy, had an initial EIR approved by the county board in late 2010. A5

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Adams, who was born and raised at an orphanage in Gilroy, works with at-risk youth in athletics. He’s coached sports at numerous institutions including Gavilan College and Anchorpoint Christian School in GIlroy. He is currently the president of the Gilroy and Morgan Hill chapter of the 28-team National Junior Basketball Association. “I think it’s an honor just to be selected by that group,” Adams said. “This summer I was in Atlanta, I did a march with Martin Luther King Jr.’s son. Talking to him and understanding what his dad was about, it makes

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A year ago, Brad Sparrer was the No. 5 player in the lineup on San Benito High’s golf team. But entering the 2015 season—practice starts on Feb. 1—the 5-foot-8, 140pound sophomore will likely be the Haybalers’ No. 1 player. Sparrer’s meteoric rise came the good old-fashioned way: hard work. B1

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Local leader Lovell “KC” Adams, a Gilroy business owner and youth coach in Hollister and Gilroy, and several students from the San Andreas Continuation School in Hollister will be honored on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, Jan. 15 by Bethany Community Church at San Juan Oaks Golf Club in Hollister. Adams will receive the Martin Luther King Freedom award for his

dedication and service to the community and schools. The students will receive certificates of completion of the Future Leaders with SWAG (Successful Winners Achieving Goals) taught by local attorney Elvira Zaragoza Robinson and Pastor Gerald E. Harris. “The reason why Lovell was selected was because we were looking for individuals that really serve the role model of being as we call freedom fighters,” Harris said. “Fighter is a harsh word, but a freedom fighter is someone out there trying to liberate people from their incarceration, whether that’s in education or finance or opportunities.”

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2018 primary election on the horizon FILING DEADLINE IS IN MARCH

• California Assembly Member District 30, currently held by Anna Caballero

• County Superintendent of Schools, currently held by Krystal Lomanto

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• County Supervisor District 3, currently held by Robert Rivas

Also, San Benito voters will vote for the 20th District seat in the House of Representatives, currently held by Democrat Jimmy Panetta. Positions on the county and local school boards, as well as water districts also are up for grabs in this election year. Some contests are already emerging. Muenzer will compete for his county seat against current Hollister Councilman Jim Gillio and Keith Snow, a resident who has run for Hollister’s mayoral position several times. Both Cannella and Caballero are terming out, leaving their state representative seats open races. Numerous positions at the state level will be left in the voters’ hands, including governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, controller, treasurer and attorney general. Expect infighting among Democrats as they spar over what shade of blue California should be.

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It feels like only yesterday that San Benito County voters filled out ballots on Election Day, but later this year residents will do it again as the 2018 political season kicks off with the June 2018 Gubernatorial Primary Election. The deadline to file for all primary candidates is March 9, 2018, but if an incumbent fails to file, the deadline has an extension that may apply to anyone except the incumbent. The top two candidates in each primary race will move on to final elections in November. Local contests up at the June 2018 Gubernatorial Primary Election include four-year terms for the following positions: • California State Senator District 12, currently held by Anthony Cannella

• County Supervisor District 4, currently held by Jerry Muenzer • County Assessor, currently held by Tom J. Slavich • County Clerk/Auditor/ Recorder, currently held by Joe Paul Gonzalez • District Attorney, currently held by Candice Hooper Mancino • Sheriff/Coroner, currently held by Darren Thompson • Treasurer/Tax Collector/Public Administrator, currently held by Mary Lou Andrade

As of Jan. 5, no ballot measures had been filed with the San Benito County Elections Office, according to Bilingual Elections Coordinator Sheyla Funes Gonzalez. While it’s possible that a transportation tax measure and school bond measure could be submitted by the Council of San Benito County Governments (COG) and Gavilan College, respectively, nothing had been sent as of yet. Races at the county level will take center stage during the June primary, but several cityrelated races are set to come to a head in November. Three San Juan Bautista City Council seats are expected to be open contests, as Mayor Jim West, Councilman Chris Martorana and Councilman Tony Boch have previously stated they don’t intend to run for reelection in 2018. Hollister Mayor Ignacio Velazquez, District 2 Councilwoman Mickie Luna, District 3 Vice Mayor Karson Klauer, District 4 Councilman Gillio and

City Treasurer Geri Johnson will be up for reelection come November. Velazquez confirmed by phone Wednesday his intent to run for reelection. While it is currently unclear if Luna is planning another city council campaign, Klauer has stated he won’t be running for reelection. Gillio, who the council appointed to District 4 after Roy Sims abruptly stepped down in early 2017, will run a race at the county level and won’t be seeking the same city council seat. There are currently 32,718 registered voters in San Benito County, but that number could go up with future election office efforts to register residents to vote during the Hollister Farmers Market, student seminars, League of United Latin American Citizens events and National Registration Day. Fore more information on election information, visit the elections office website at www. sbcvote.us and follow them on twitter @sbcvote.

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Supervisor Assembly District position represents all of San Benito County, as well as Gilroy, Morgan Hill, Watsonville, Greenfield, Gonzalez, King City, Salinas and Soledad. “County Supervisor Robert Rivas is a problem solver,” Gonzalez Mayor Maria Orozco said. “He knows our community. I trust him to fight for us in Sacramento and deliver results.” While the district’s representatives have flip-flopped from Democrat to Republican over the years, voter registration shows a Democratic majority at around 51 percent, Republicans with

around 22 percent and nearly 23 percent of district voters with no party preference. Demographics show the district at largely Latino with 66 percent, 25 percent white, 5 percent Asian and 1.8 percent African-American. Rivas isn’t the only one who’s got a higher office in mind. Former Watsonville City Councilman and Mayor Luis Alejo is considering a run for State Senator Anthony Cannella’s seat. Cannella is set to term out this year. Alejo, a fellow Democrat who sat in the 30th Assembly seat from 2012 to 2016, announced in September that he was opening an exploratory committee

to consider running for California’s 12th State Senate District in 2018. He started the exploratory committee with around $100,000. While Alejo previously stated he didn’t have plans to run for Senate, he said the threat posed to the community by President Donald Trump caused him to reconsider. He has yet to make an official announcement. The 12th District includes all of San Benito and Merced Counties, the Salinas Valley, and portions of Fresno, Madera, and Stanislaus Counties. The district represents approximately 1 million residents.

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property sold for $1.24 million. “As far as 807 Industrial Drive, I had a conflict of interest with a family member who owned and sold the property,” Klauer said. “I recused myself with 817 Industrial Drive because my family member owned the building next door. That’s why I sat those out.” According to an FPPC spokesman, the complaint also alleges a conflict of interest with the fact that Klauer, a Realtor at Nino Real Estate, voted to approve cannabis business Traditional Roots to operate at 1091 San Felipe Road when Klauer’s coworker Jason Noble handled the listing and $2 million sale. Klauer started working part time at Nino Real Estate in 2011 and went full time in the summer of 2013. “I do mostly residential, probably 95 percent if not even higher,” Klauer said. “I only have a couple commercial sales. It’s all on the sales side, I don’t do any property management.” The investigation is ongoing and being conducted by the Fair Political Practices Commission Enforcement Division comprised of attorneys, investigators, auditors and other staff. There is no standard time frame for how long investigations of this nature take. “One can not put an ‘end date’ as to when an investigation should be finished,” said Jay Wierenga, communications director for the Fair Political Practices Commission. “Each depends on the specifics of the case, the facts, the cooperation of those involved, a variety of factors. I can say that, generally speaking, based on statistics from the past few years, about two-thirds of all cases are completed within 180 days and almost 90 percent are completed within a year.” Fair Political Practices Commission Regulation 18700 states: “A public official at any level of state or local government has a prohibited conflict of interest and may not make, participate in making, or in any way use or attempt to use his or her official position to influence a governmental decision when he or she knows or has reason to know he or she has a disqualifying financial interest. A public official has a disqualifying financial interest if the decision will have a reasonably foreseeable material financial effect, distinguishable from the

effect on the the public generally, directly on the official, or his or her immediate family, or on any financial interest.” According to the Fair Political Practices Commission website, all sworn complaints such as the one Cameron submitted are taken under official review to determine if the complaint has merit. This includes figuring out if the complaint contains enough evidence of a potential violation and whether the allegation is related to the Political Reform Act or covered under other laws. The initial review usually takes a few days or weeks, depending on the circumstances. If a complaint has merit and allegations fall under the Political Reform Act, the parties involved will be notified and an investigation will begin to determine if there is a violation.Each violation of the Political Reform Act is subject to an administrative fine of up to $5,000. Incidents that constitute a violation of the act include financial conflicts of interest, laundered campaign contributions, gift limit violations, campaign mass mailing at public expense, improper campaign reporting, improper receipt of campaign funds and more. Some incidents that don’t fall under Fair Political Practices Commission jurisdiction include false or misleading campaign materials, election fraud, open meeting law issues, local ordinances and residency requirements for running for or holding office. Klauer will not be seeking reelection this year. “I’m not running for reelection,” he said. “I put it on my Facebook page, it goes back to about a year and a half ago that I figured that out. I’m actually going to be moving across town. My wife and I sold our home last year and it closed in July. We’re renting for the time being so I can maintain my residence until my term is up.” While Klauer won’t be running in 2018, he was unsure if he would run for public office again at some point in the future. “I don’t know. I wouldn’t say never, it all depends,” he said. “It’s rewarding being able to get some things done, but there’s also a lot of public pressure. It’s not all positive all the time. It’s definitely not something I plan on running for this year or next year, but you never know.”


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‌new year brings new goals, new challenges, and unfortunately for many of our older citizens, new opportunities to be taken advantage of, fleeced, scammed and robbed by gentle-voiced “financial counselors.” As the Baby Boomers enter retirement, a special category of predators sees a potential gold mine in taking hard-earned money from retirees. If you are in this age group, or know of someone in this age group, the American Association of Retired Persons encourages you to be on the alert for people who have no qualms about squandering or outright stealing lifetimes of savings. This elder financial abuse, the AARP warns, can take many forms. Sadly, the biggest threat may be from family and friends. The National Center on Elder Abuse reports that 90 percent of the perpetrators are family members or people the victims know well, such as neighbors, friends or caregivers. Scammers view the elderly as easy prey. To guard yourself or a loved one against financial exploitation, it’s important to know the warning signs—and what to do if you spot them. Financial abuse can take many forms, ranging from investment scams, bogus lottery schemes and stolen jewelry to identity theft, credit card misuse and forged checks. The five key markers that make many seniors prime targets are: 1) Lack of knowledge about major financial issues 2) Physical frailty 3) Isolation 4) Hesitancy to report Just one in 44 financial elder abuse cases is ever reported, according to the National Adult Protective Services Association. A majority of family and friends (72 percent) cites embarrassment as the main obstacle they believe keeps elders from reporting financial abuse.

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And, naturally, older people often don't want to get relatives in trouble, says AARP. Any suspicions of theft or fraud should be reported to law enforcement officials, and there are local and state agencies to help elderly victims of financial abuse. Financial planners should have the proper credentials, which can provide some assurance of expertise and ethics. Are you a senior investor with questions about your brokerage account statement or an investment in a brokerage account? Are you concerned that your account may have been mishandled by a broker? To help you with these and other investment-related questions, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority provides a securities helpline for seniors. To help with investment issues, FINRA has a newly established toll-free help line (844.57.HELPS, or 844.574.3577) that older people can call if they have questions about their brokerage accounts, including statements and individual investments. The hotline is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. For assistance with checking the background of a broker or brokerage firm, or an investment adviser or investment representative, call the FINRA BrokerCheck Hotline at (800) 289-9999. You may also use the online version of FINRA BrokerCheck. The main FINRA phone number is 301.590.6500. Insurance agents also should have proper licenses. At finra.org, potential investors can check to see what credentials their broker or planner actually has, and check any history of enforcement actions. As for insurance and annuity products, insurance.ca.gov enables California consumers to get advice, check the license status of an insurance agent, or file a complaint against an agent. Any possible concern that some senior citizen has been victimized by an unscrupulous “friend” should be brought to the immediate attention of FINRA, the insurance department and/or local law enforcement agencies.

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What’s Open and Closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday, Jan. 15, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday. In observance, many public institutions in San Benito County will be closed. Here's a list of some: • Hollister Unified School District schools, and elementary school districts • Hollister City Hall • San Benito County government, including the courthouse Banks are observing a bank holiday and will be closed.

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SHEILA OSTROW FLODBERG

May 10, 1925 - December 31, 2017

September 25, 1936 - January 1, 2018

assed away peacefully after living a very long, happy fulfilling life. She married the love of her life, Joseph Pumphrey in 1943 whom she met in Santa Rosa, New Mexico. When he was stateside on leave during WWII, they met when he walked into the drug store and soda shop where she worked. They had been married for 54 years when he passed in 1998. Together they lived in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Morgan Hill, California from 1946 until present.

heila Ostrow Flodberg (nee Sheila Fern Ostrow) died peacefully January 1, 2018, in St. Augustine, FL. She was 81, and until May 2017, had been a long-time resident of San Martin, CA. With her at the time of her death were her daughters Fran Charlson and Diane McQueen of St. Augustine as well as her cats, Gilligan and Murphy.

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Born to Cecelia and Alberto Aragon in Santa Rosa, New Mexico. More than anything else she loved and cherished her family. She enjoyed visiting her many friends. She is survived by her children, Diana Nunley, Gary (Natasha) Pumphrey, Debra (Gary) Trumpp and was preceded in death by daughter Charlotte (Don) Corbin. She had twelve grandchildren plus their spouses, Curtis, Kimberly, Duane, Michelle, Gary Jr., Raina, Garrett, Nicole, Bryan, Brendon, Bryce and Brianna and 23 greatgrandchildren and her cat, “Kitty” and many nieces and nephews. She was the eldest of nine children. Viewing and Mass Service will be Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 10:30am, Saint Catherine’s Church, Morgan Hill. Burial will take place at Mount Hope Cemetery in Morgan Hill immediately following the service.

BEATRIZ DEANDA GONZALEZ November 6, 1932 - December 26, 2017

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eloved wife of 66 years to Daniel H, Gonzalez, loving mother to Vita Gonzalez Perez (Elias), Alicia Valenzuela (John), Gloria Douex, Angelica GonzalezPerez (Richard), Amelia Gonzalez Ruiz (Richard), Lynda Gonzalez-Ruiz, Daniel Gonzalez Jr. (Julie). Adored grandmother of 18 and great-grandmother of 27. Services will be held on January 11, 2018 at 7:00pm, at the Lima-Campagna-Johnson Funeral Home, Morgan Hill. Mass will be held on January 12, 2018, at 11:00am, St.

BILLIE JO MOORE August 15, 1929 - December 30, 2017

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illie, 88, Gilroy, passed away on December 30, 2017. A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 1:30pm at Habing Family Funeral Home, Gilroy. For online condolences please go to www. habingfamilyfuneralhome.com

ROSE MAURO November 1, 1920 - January 5, 2018

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She is also survived by her son Michael (Susan Austin) of Oakland, CA; son-in-law Harold Fethe; Shawn Tuomey, Diane’s long-time partner; four grandchildren Doria, Meredith, Samuel and Benjamin Charlson; and her brother David Ostrow, M.D. (Lynne) of Dallas, Texas. Born August 25, 1936, in Pittsburgh, PA, Sheila was the daughter of Harry and Mildred Ostrow. She grew up in Pittsburgh, and attended Taylor Allderdice High School. She graduated from Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh as a Registered Nurse, and earned her B.S.N. from Duquesne University. She later earned an M.S. in Counseling from Idaho State University and M.S. in Nursing from the University of Utah. She also became credentialed as a geriatric nurse practitioner and taught nursing at Boise State University for several years. Sheila was married August 25, 1957 to Ben Charlson with whom she had her three children. Sheila later married William Flodberg, of San Martin, CA. Sheila loved animals and volunteered for a variety of rescues and animal advocacy organizations. She was a member of Etz Chayim, Palo Alto, CA. She loved the outdoors—biking, swimming, hiking and was a member of the Sierra Club where she met her husband, Bill. A memorial graveside service is planned for January 14, 2018 at 11am, at the Hills of Eternity Cemetery in Colma, California. A Shivah Service will be held on January 14, 2018 at 7:30pm at Etz Chayim, 4161 Alma St, Palo Alto, CA. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to the Ayla’s Acres No-Kill Animal Shelter, P.O. Box 1634, St. Augustine, Florida 32085.

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inda Luna passed away January 6, 2018. She is survived by her children Roberto, Rene, Stacy and Jaime as well as five grandchildren. A visitation will begin 1:00pm followed by a 6:30pm Vigil service on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at Habing Family Funeral Home. Funeral Mass will be held 10:00am, Thursday, January 18, 2018 at St. Mary Catholic Church. Burial to follow at St. Mary Cemetery. at

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orn in San Jose, CA on June 8, 1922 to Stephen and Josephine Ardizzone who immigrated from Sicily. Beloved wife of the late Peter V. Giordano of Morgan Hill. Pat was the youngest of eight children in the Ardizzone family. Sister of the late Sal, Vic, Joe, Dan, Mario, Christine May and Elizabeth Pospishek. Aunt of JoAnn, Dennis, Mark, Judy, Steven, Joan, Shirley, Chuck, Donna, Debbie and the late Dede Mariani and Joan Ardizzone. She leaves behind many great and great-great nieces and nephews. They all will miss her very much. Visitation Tuesday, January 9, 2018 from 5:00 to 8:00pm at Habing Family Funeral Home. Funeral Mass Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - 10:00am at St. Catherine’s Church, Morgan Hill.Entombment will follow at Santa Clara Mission Cemetery, Santa Clara, CA . Family would appreciate donations to your favorite charity. Condolences at www. HabingFamilyFuneralHome.com

JOHN T. “TOM” MANNING April 30, 1954 - December 31, 2017

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ong time San Juan Bautista resident, lost his long battle to liver failure at CHOMP. Tom was co-owner of Nyland Herefords. He is survived by his wife, Kathleen and son, Matthew.

A Mass of the Resurrection will be held on January 20, 2018 at Mission San Juan Bautista at 11am. For full obituary, please go to: www.grunnagle.com

DOROTHY “DEE DEE” BOWDEN January 12, 1931 - January 8, 2018

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acqui graduated from Live Oak in 1962. She was a member of St. Mary Parish for many years, manager of St. Joseph’s food room, and a lifetime member of The Gilroy Foundation. A Memorial Service will be held 1:00pm Friday, January 12, 2018 at Habing Family Funeral Home.

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orothy “Dee Dee” Bowden passed away in Hollister, California on January 8, 2018 at the age of 86 years.

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ormer owner of The Music Tree, and beloved music teacher. Celebration of Life, at the Morgan Hill Community Center. Friday 1/19/2018 6:30-8:30pm. Bring a dish.

A Memorial Service will be held on January 16, 2018 at 12:00pm at GrunnagleAment-Nelson Funeral Home. Visit www.grunnagle.com for full obituary and condolences.

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ose Mauro peacefully passed away in Hollister on January 5, 2018 at the age of 97. Wife of Ed Mauro, she was a co-owner of Mauro Stationers. She leaves her sons Anthony (Carol) and Edward (Barbara), three granddaughters Karen Mauro of Connecticut, Joan (Martin King) of Hollister, and Stephanie Mauro of Temecula, CA as well as one great granddaughter Camryn Irao of Hollister.

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at El Camino Hospital Los Gatos? For years, El Camino Hospital Los Gatos promoted and protected the health of the South Bay. We believe in treating our patients as people first, to be valued, respected, and not defined by their medical issues. At the same time, we work hard to meet our community’s evolving healthcare needs. With that in mind, we’ve added to and enhanced our services to bring you even more world-class care, close to home.

815 Pollard Road, Los Gatos, CA 95032

ANNOUNCING MORE SPECIALISTS, EXPANDED PROGRAMS, UPGRADED FACILITIES, AND NEW SERVICES AND TECHNOLOGIES. • INTERVENTIONAL PULMONOLOGY We are expanding this innovative service to our Los Gatos campus to increase access and improve convenience for patients. We offer diagnosis and treatment (including minimally invasive endoscopic procedures) for asthma, bronchiectasis, interstitial lung disease, lung cancer, and tuberculosis.

• EXPANDED ENDOSCOPY AND COLONOSCOPY CAPABILITIES El Camino Hospital Los Gatos uses advanced technologies and equipment to diagnose and treat digestive health conditions. We now offer endoscopy retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) for various biliary (gallbladderrelated) diseases. We’ve added interventional endoscopy, and endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) for cancer staging and diagnosis. In addition, we now use double balloon enteroscopy to evaluate small bowel diseases. To capture lesions that can be missed by other equipment, we perform colonoscopies using the innovative Third Eye® Panoramic™ Retroscope.

• LEADING-EDGE TREATMENT FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS With ablation, the traditional treatment for endometriosis, the underlying tissue remains, and unfortunately, endometriosis can often return. We are now one of just a few hospitals in the country to also offer laser excision, an ultra-precise technique that excises the maximum amount of abnormal tissue for long-lasting results.

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• BLUE LIGHT CYSTOSCOPY WITH CYSVIEW® FOR BLADDER CANCER SURGERY Cystoscopy is the procedure used to diagnose and remove bladder cancer tumors. Unfortunately, tiny tumors in the bladder wall are hard to locate. Blue Light Cystoscopy with Cysview® makes these tumors easier to see during surgery. The bladder is treated with an agent that causes tumors to show up as bright pink under blue light, making them much easier for the surgeon to locate and remove.

• ENHANCED SURGICAL FACILITIES AND DEDICATED SPINE OPERATING ROOM We have updated and expanded our surgical suites to better accommodate the large team and sophisticated equipment needed to perform complex surgeries.

• LATEST ROBOTIC SURGERY CAPABILITIES Our minimally invasive surgical capabilities continue to grow with the addition of a da Vinci Xi® surgical robot in Los Gatos. El Camino Hospital is a regional leader in robotic-assisted procedures, and this enables us to accommodate the many patients who seek our expertise.

• OFFICIAL BABY-FRIENDLY® DESIGNATION We have just been named a Baby-Friendly® Hospital — the only South Bay facility to earn this designation. Sponsored by the United Nations International Children’s Fund and the World Health Organization, this earned accreditation recognizes that we are exceptional at teaching breastfeeding skills and helping new mothers adjust to nursing.

THESE SERVICES COMPLEMENT THE OUTSTANDING CARE YOU RELY ON. Our recent additions and changes are just part of the great care we’re known for here in the South Bay. Patients come from all over to be seen by the exceptional physicians in our Urology Program. We are one of very few hospitals in the region to offer Artemis™ 3D Imaging and Navigation for prostate biopsies. We also have an innovative Fast Track Stone Program through our Emergency Department that allows patients with kidney stone symptoms to see a doctor within 15 minutes. Our Orthopedic Institute offers leading-edge hip, knee, and spine surgery. All joint and spine surgery patients recover in style in our Orthopedic Pavilion, a remarkable, hotel-like post-surgery unit. Highlights of our Women’s Health Program include leading-edge robotic and conventional gynecological surgeries, and a Pelvic Health Program. Our Regional Men’s Health Program offers a full range of treatments for prostate issues, erectile dysfunction, low testosterone, and urological conditions. Our Sleep Disorders Program is staffed by a team of specialists, including a fellowship-trained sleep medicine specialist, sleep apnea surgeons, and a dentist who’s certified in dental sleep medicine. Sleep studies are performed in our sleep lab, which is fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). And, of course, you can always count on our outstanding Emergency Services, 24/7.

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GMC Conquest Program .....................-$3,000

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(must be current owner of non-gm vehicle)

$7,000

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$12,000

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SJ AUTO SHOW REBATE ...................-$1,000 GMF DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE ....-$1,000* MSRP................................................. $50,580 CONSUMER CASH REBATE ..................-$750 GM LEASE LOYALTY ............................... 3 AT ThIS OFFER STk-$3,000 #G1442 STk #G1440 VIN #302853, STk #G1459 VIN #305753 ** VIN #303223, GILROY GMC DISCOUNT ...................-$3,500 GMC LEASE LOYALTY ........................-$2,500* NET PRICE ......................................... $32,385 Must be current owner of Non-GM vehicle or in household, current registration required. SELLING PRICE .................................. $47,080 NET PRICE ......................................... $37,580 *Must Finance with GMF BONUS CASH REBATE .......................-$6,250 *Must own or lease a 99 or newer Buick or GMC

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2017 GMC ACADIA DENALI XL 4WD 2017 BUICK ENVISION2017 GMC YUKON 2018 GMCDENALI YUKON XL DENALI

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Dealer Discount Off MSRP ................ -$4,500 YOUR NET SAVINGS OFF MSRP GMC or Buick LLease Loyalty Rebate* ........ -$4,000

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GILROY GMC DISCOUNT ...................-$1,900* GMC CONQUEST REBATE ..................-$3,000** SELLING PRICE .................................. $32,425 NET PRICE ......................................... $25,325 TRADE IN ALLOWANCE .....................-$2,000

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MSRP................................................. $70,000 GILROY GMC DISCOUNT ...................-$4,500 SELLING PRICE .................................. $65,500 SAN JOSE AUTO SHOW REBATE ......-$1,000

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*Must Finance with GMF **Must own or lease a 99 or newer Buick or GMC

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BUICK AND GMC LOYALTY ...................-$500 * GMC FLEX CASH REBATE ..................-$2,000 NET PRICE ......................................... $62,000

2017 BUICK ENCORE PREFERRED

SAN JOSE AUTO SHOW REBATE ......-$1,000 GMF DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE .........-$750* GMC LEASE LOYALTY ........................-$1,500** NET PRICE ......................................... $27,195

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PLUS $1,000 FactoryRebate *$13.89 per $1,000 financed, based on $0 Down, subject to credit approval by GM Financial.

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MSRP................................................. $55,415 GILROY GMC DISCOUNT ...................-$4,750 SELLING PRICE .................................. $50,665 CONSUMER CASH REBATE ...............-$1,000 BONUS CASH REBATE .......................-$2,250

SAN JOSE AUTO SHOW REBATE ......-$1,500 GMC LEASE LOYALTY ........................-$2,000* NET PRICE ......................................... $70,920

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Winterizing Special

2016 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN 4DR WGN SXT

2017 NISSAN ROGUE AWD S

Plus tax, if applicable. Not valid with other offers. Coupon valid at vehicle check-in Expiration date: 1/31/18.

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$16,700

stk #ER1361 VIN #510631 Prior Rental

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$15,800

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Replace engine coolant. Tighten hoses and connection. Check belts and hoses for wear. Pressure test system.

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2016 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 DOUBLE CAB CUSTOM

Excludes full synthetic and ACDelco dexos1 oil, diesel engines and select vehicles. More than five quarts of oil and tax extra. See dealer for eligible vehicles and details. Not valid with other offers. Expiration date: 1/31/18.

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Dinner to honor Man, Woman of Year CHAMBER PICKS THREE BUSINESSES OF 2017 Nicholas Preciado Reporter

Barry Holtzclaw

The San Benito County Chamber of Commerce is set to host its 97th annual Man and Woman of the Year award dinner and dance Saturday, Jan. 27 at San Juan Oaks Golf Club in Hollister to honor locals Jim Hart and Frankie Gallagher. The San Benito County Chamber of Commerce will also present awards to Margot’s Ice Cream Parlor, Galaxy Self Storage, LLC and Intero Real Estate Services, Inc. for Businesses of the Year, with additional awards going to Pierce Real Estate as Chamber Champion, and Mike Fisher and Fisher’s Restaurant as Rising Star Entrepreneur. “We were totally surprised, honored and flattered,” said Margot Tankersley of Margot’s Ice Cream Parlor. The San Juan Bautista parlor has operated for over 21 years. “I enjoy volunteering,” said Gallagher, who’s been the marketing and public relations director at Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital since 2002. “I enjoy meeting people in different activities I’m involved in. I think that’s what makes the community so great and gives it that small town spirit with the fairs, Veterans Day parade, rodeo parade and the different civic organizations.” The Woman of the Year has worked and volunteered with numerous local organizations, including the VFW Post 9242, Hollister Downtown Association

and San Benito County Saddle Horse Association. Man of the Year Jim Hart has also been involved with numerous regional groups like Hollister Relay for Life and the Hollister Kiwanis Club, where he has held positions including secretary, treasurer, and president. “I was surprised and quite humbled,” Hart said. “It’s not something that I ever expected. There’s so many deserving people in this community and it’s quite an honor.” “We have been hardworking and have maintained great market share,” said Renee Kunz, vice president and managing officer at Intero Real Estate. “I think this represents and acknowledges the hard work and determination, our passion we have for our community.” Galaxy Storage Owner Ken Balestrieri said he was excited to receive one of the Business of the Year awards. “We’ve been in the community for 20 years,” Balestrieri said. “It’s an opportunity for us to serve the community and now be recognized for how we serve the community. We’ve offered rent-free storage to many of the charitable entities in town and we offered free rent to storm victims last year. We support the community by keeping our rates in line with the market.” Facility Manager Socorro Barajas said she appreciated the community recognition. “We appreciate the business and support from everyone who’s been a tenant,” Barajas said. “It’s great to receive this award, it

WINNER Intero Real Estate Vice President and Managing Officer Renee Kunz stands in the Hollister Office.

Intero is one of three businesses to receive an award from the San Benito County Chamber of Commerce this year.

means a lot to us. Our main thing is to be as much of a service to the community as well as a blessing to the people here in town.” The San Benito County Chamber of Commerce 97th

Annual Man and Woman of the Year award dinner and dance will be held Saturday, Jan. 27 at San Juan Oaks Golf Club at 3825 Union Road in Hollister. The event’s theme is

Margaritaville and encourages Jimmy-Buffet-style attire, to “dress the part, but please no shorts” according to sponsors. Tickets are still available at $65 per person.

I was suprised and quite humbled. It’s not something that I ever expected. There’s so many deserving people in this community and it’s quite an honor. —JIM HART, MAN OF THE YEAR

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PUDDLES Lovers Lane one year after winter storms and unrelenting rain wrecked local roads. The nearby Pacheco Creek

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Local levee repaired one year later COUNTY ROADS COULD USE SOME WORK Nicholas Preciado Reporter

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Valley fever cases reported in San Benito COMMON ON CENTRAL COAST, SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY Staff Report

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The reported number of valley fever in San Benito County for 2017 was three, up from one in 2016 and none in 2015. Seven confirmed cases of valley fever have been recently reported in employees working at the Panoche Valley Solar Project, but only one of those is a resident of San Benito County. “In San Benito County, anyone who develops flu-like symptoms, such as cough, fever, or difficulty breathing lasting two weeks or more, should ask their health care provider about valley fever,” said San Benito County Health Officer Dr. Gail Newel. “This is especially true for those working in occupations involving disruption of soil, such as farming and construction work.” The California Department of Public Health recently announced an increase in the number of new valley fever cases reported from local California health departments in 2017, compared with the number of cases reported for the same period in 2016. “With an increase in reported valley fever cases, it is important that people living, working and travelling in California are aware of its symptoms, especially in the southern San Joaquin Valley and the Central Coast, where it is most common,” said State Public Health Officer Dr. Karen Smith. Valley fever, also known as coccidioidomycosis or cocci, is caused by the spore of a soil fungus that grows in parts of California, Arizona and other parts of the southwestern United States. People get infected by breathing in spores present in

dust that gets into the air when it is windy or when soil is disturbed, such as through digging during construction. Solar project construction sites in San Luis Obispo County and Monterey County had valley fever outbreaks among their employees in recent years. Most infected people will not show signs of illness. Those who do become ill with valley fever may have symptoms similar to other illnesses, including influenza or bacterial or viral pneumonia, so valley fever is not always recognized. The flu-like symptoms can last for two weeks or more. While most people recover fully, some people are at risk for more severe disease or complications of valley fever such as pneumonia, infection of the brain, joints, bone, skin or other organs. People with an increased risk for severe disease include those 60 years or older, pregnant women, and people with diabetes or conditions that weaken their immune system. Additionally, African-Americans and Filipinos are at increased risk for severe disease, but the reason is unknown. A person can reduce the risk of infection by avoiding breathing in dirt or dust in areas where valley fever is common. In these areas, when it is windy outside and the air is dusty, stay inside and keep doors and windows closed. While driving, keep car windows closed and use recirculating air conditioning if available. If you must be outdoors when it is windy and dusty, consider wearing a properly fitted mask (such as an N95 respirator mask, which is widely available in retail stores), and refrain from disturbing the soil whenever possible. Employers should train their workers about valley fever symptoms and take steps to

FEVER Coccidioidomycosis, also known as cocci or valley fever, is caused by the spore of a soil fungus found in parts of California, Arizona and other areas in the southwestern United States. limit workers’ exposure to dust. The number of valley fever cases varies from year to year and by season. Cases can be more common in the late summer and fall. It is unknown why there has been an apparent increase in valley fever

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County offers safety tips for cell phones SOURCES INCLUDE MOBILE DEVICES, MICROWAVES Staff Report

The use of cell phones has increased dramatically in recent years, including among children and young adults. These phones put out radio frequency (RF) energy. Because some scientists and public health officials believe RF energy may affect human health, the San Benito County Department of Health has listed some of the potential health concerns that provides guidance on how people can reduce their exposure.

What is RF energy?

Cell phones work by sending and receiving signals to and from cell phone towers. These signals are a form of electromagnetic radiation called radio frequency energy. Other sources of RF energy include cell phone towers, television and radio transmitters, smart meters, and microwave ovens. When a phone sends signals to a tower, the RF energy goes from the phone’s antenna out in all directions, including into the head and body of the person using the phone. Cell phones also emit RF energy when using WiFi and/or Bluetooth, but at lower levels. RF energy is not as powerful or as damaging to cells or DNA

as some other kinds of electromagnetic radiation, such as x-rays or UV rays from the sun. Some scientific studies, however, suggested that there may be increased health risks from exposure to RF energy.

Why are people concerned about exposure to RF energy from cell phones?

Although the science is still evolving, some laboratory experiments and human health studies have suggested the possibility that long-term, high use of cell phones may be linked to certain types of cancer and other health effects, including: • Brain cancer and tumors of the acoustic nerve (needed for hearing and maintaining balance), and salivary glands • Lower sperm counts and inactive or less mobile sperm • Headaches and effects on learning, memory, hearing, behavior, and sleep However, these studies do not establish the link definitely and scientists disagree about whether cell phones cause these health problems and how great the risks might be. This document is intended to provide guidance for those people who want to reduce their own and their families’ exposures to RF

energy from cell phones, despite this uncertainty.

This happens mainly when: • You see only one or two bars displayed. Cell phones put out more RF energy to connect with cell towers when the signal is weak. If you must use your phone when the signal is weak, try to follow the other guidance on this page.

How can you reduce your exposure?

Keep your phone away from your body. Keeping your phone just a few feet away from you can make a big difference. • When you talk on your cell phone, avoid holding it to your head - use the speakerphone or a headset instead. Wireless (Bluetooth) and wired headsets emit much less RF energy than cell phones.

• You are in a fast-moving car, train or bus. Your phone puts out more RF energy to maintain connections to avoid dropping calls as it switches connections from one cell tower to the next unless it is in airplane mode.

• Send text messages instead of talking on the phone.

• You are streaming audio or video, or downloading or sending large files. To watch movies or listen to playlists on your phone, download them first, then switch to airplane mode while you watch or listen.

• If you are streaming media, downloading or sending large files, try to keep the phone away from your head and body. • Carry your cell phone in a backpack, briefcase or purse, not a pocket, bra or belt holster. Because your phone’s antenna tries to stay connected with a cell tower whenever it’s on, it emits some RF energy even when you are not using it. It does not emit RF energy when in airplane mode, which turns off cellular, WiFi, and Bluetooth. Reduce or avoid using your cell phone when it is sending out high levels of RF energy.

Don’t sleep with your phone in your bed or near your head. Unless the phone is off or in airplane mode. Take off the headset when you’re not on a call. Headsets release small amounts of RF energy even when you are not using your phone. Don’t rely on a “radiation shield” or other products claiming to block RF energy, electromagnetic fields or radiation from cell phones. According to the

U.S. Federal Trade Commission, products that interfere with the phone’s signal may force it to work harder and emit more RF energy in order to stay connected, possibly increasing your exposure.

What about children?

Children may be more at risk for harm from exposure to RF energy because: • RF energy can reach a larger area of a child’s brain than an adult’s brain. • A child’s brain and body grow and develop through the teen years. During this time, the body may be more easily affected by RF energy and the effect may be more harmful and longer lasting. • A child who uses a cell phone will have many more years of exposure to RF energy in his or her lifetime than someone who started using a cell phone as an adult. There is not a lot of research about the effects of cell phone RF energy on children or teenagers, but a few studies have shown that there may be hearing loss or ringing in the ears, headaches, and decreased general well-being. Check on the San Benito Public Health Services website for updates at https://hhsa.cosb.us/ publichealth/.

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FANTASTIC FOUR San Benito High wrestlers Jenna Hartman, Savanah Supulveda, Maribel Saucedo and Nathalie Medina are all in the top 10 of the Central Coast Section rankings in their respective weight classes. The Haybalers have 10 wrestlers on their girls team roster, the most in several years. WRESTLING

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Girls wrestling is one of the fastest rising sports in the country, and no where is that more apparent than in Hollister. San Benito High has 10 girls on its roster, a healthy number that Haybalers coach Steven Salcedo expects to grow in the coming years. The number of girls tournaments are growing in popularity, and athletes are starting at a young age, just like the boys. “Even in our youth program (Razorbacks club team), we have girls wrestling,” Salcedo said. “My daughter Eliana is 6 (years old) and wrestling, and some of her friends are getting in the sport as well. With Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) getting more popular, more girls are starting to realize they can make a name for themselves.” Salcedo said he was eager to get Eliana into wrestling because of what the sport can teach her in terms of valuable traits that will help her in every facet of her life. “You learn life lessons through wrestling like character building, self defense, hard work, determination,” he said. “That’s one of the reasons why as a parent I wanted my daughter to compete in wrestling.”

Eliana, who is a first-grader at Ladd Lane, won her first match last Sunday in a tournament in Watsonville. She practices with the Razorbacks, which has 40 to 45 wrestlers in their program. “We’re trying to introduce kids to wrestling so by the time they get to middle school and high school, they’ll have a firm background,” Salcedo said. Entering the week, San Benito High had four girls in the top 10 of the Central Coast Section rankings: Jenna Hartman (No. 6 at 111 pounds), Nathalie Medina (No. 7 at 126), Maribel Saucedo (No. 2 at 160) and Savannah Sepulveda (No. 8 at 235). The rest of the girls team roster include Rayven Bedolla, Brooke Weitz, Arianna Leija, Madeline Pena, Nailea Betancourt and Alondra Gonzalez. San Benito High hosts the third largest girls-only tournament in the section at its annual Lady Baler Bash on Jan. 27. “Last year I believe we had 70 teams represented from all over the state,” said Salcedo, who envisions hiring a girls coach as the number of participants at the school keep rising. “I’m excited to have more girls join the team.” Especially ones in the mold of Hartman, whose dedication to the sport runs deep. Having done Hapkido—a Korean martial art involving joint locks, grappling and throwing—since age 8, Hartman had experience in MMA when she took up wrestling as a seventh grader at Rancho San Justo. Last season, Hartman took sixth in the 111-pound weight class of the CCS Championships.

GETTING TECHNICAL Balers sophomore Jenna Hartman practices from the bottom position against teammate Noah Zaragoza. Coach Steven Salcedo said Hartman has been the most committed girl on the girls team. This season, Hartman expects to contend—if not win—a section title. She definitely put in the work over the off-season, often working out twice a day to gain any mental or physical edge possible.

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“Jenna has been the most committed, going to summer practices and a wrestling camp over the summer,” Salcedo said. “It’s encouraging to see.” Each morning, Hartman went on a 2 to 3 mile run. In the afternoon or evening, she worked out in her garage doing box jumps or battle ropes. In the Balers’ summer conditioning sessions, Hartman practiced from 7 to 9 a.m. If Hartman ever got tired during a workout, she visualized herself on the

podium, receiving a medal. “I’d also be thinking about if other girls were working harder than me, and that is what pushed me through to work harder than them,” she said. Salcedo said it’s teenagers like Hartman who are the perfect role model for girl wrestlers growing up. In fact, Salcedo was ecstatic talking about this year’s girls team. “I’m very encouraged that girls are working hard,” he said. “They’re good role models for the younger gals like my daughter. I know we have some great female athletes in Hollister, and wrestling is a great outlet to go to college.” Hartman said she’s most proud of finishing her freshman season. “Last year I think we had

100 (boys and girls combined on the team) at the beginning of the season, and by the end there was 50 or so,” she said. “Just making it through is a real accomplishment.” Even though Hartman has improved her technical skills from a year ago—a result of wrestling against more boys this season—she points to her determination as her greatest attribute. “I refuse to give up,” she said. Hartman’s younger sister, Rachael, who is a fifth grader at Ladd Lane, does ballerina and acting. That is something Hartman admires about her sister. “I’m too scared to get on stage,” she said. Actually, Hartman is fearless on the stage—it just happens to be a mat.


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Four Balers in Coast All-Star Game GONZALEZ AMONG QUARTET OF SAN BENITO PLAYERS IN CENTRAL COAST ALL-STAR GAME emanuel lee Sports Editor

ONE LAST TIME Balers senior Gio Giannotta will play in Friday’s Central Coast All-Star

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Alvarez, Palma, Carmel, Gonzales, Marina, North Monterey County, North Salinas and Stevenson. Zenk’s team will play for a charity called Operation Giveback. Both teams will practice for three consecutive days leading up to Friday’s game, which kicks off at 7 p.m. Gonzalez said it was great to see some of the players on the Salinas team that won a CCS Open Division I championship this past season. “It was good to see a team from the area win the title,” he said. “We’re rivals on the field, but once you get to meet and talk with them more, I like the guys from Salinas.” Even though it’s an exhibition game, the players are taking the contest seriously. There are 35 players on each team, meaning competition is stiff for the starting positions. “We’re about proving ourselves in practice,” Gonzalez said. “The coaches are going to play the best guys, and everyone is well trained and honed in. It should be a real great experience.” Rodriguez echoed Gonzalez’s comments, though he’s rather busy lately. The Gilroy coach is one of 32 coaches throughout the nation who are eligible to win the Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year Award. Two finalists will each receive $15,000 from the NFL Foundation, $10,000 of which will go to their high school’s football program. The winner will be announced during the Pro Bowl, which airs Jan. 28 at noon local time on ESPN and simulcast on ABC.

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When Jonny Gonzalez showed up for the first practice on Jan. 5 in preparation for the 33rd Annual Central Coast All-Star Football game, he thought it was going to be a walk-through. Of course, when you put a bunch of competitive high school football players on the same field, chances are things will get intense. And that’s exactly what happened. “It turned out to be a full-on scrimmage,” said Gonzalez, who was one of four San Benito High players—Gio Giannotta, Eugene McBride and Daniel Pasillas were the others—selected to play in the game on Friday at Rabobank Stadium in Salinas. “When you have the best players in the area, everyone is trying to make a name for themselves. We scrimmaged each other all day, and it was a full contact practice.” Gonzalez sounded plenty excited to play in Friday’s game, which features soonto-be graduating players from South Santa Clara, San Benito, Monterey and Santa Cruz counties. For one last time in high school, Gonzalez and his teammates get to play in an organized game at a sparkling facility. “That practice was really fun and a great day,” he said. “I got to know a couple of other players, which made it more fun. Every practice is like a new game.”

Gonzalez played running back during his senior season, but he’ll be playing wide receiver for the All-Star Game. He’s had nothing but fun practicing as a receiver. “I met the Salinas QB and the Monte Vista (Christian) QB, and it’s whole different offense than what I was used to at Hollister,” Gonzalez said. “(For the All-Star team) we’re a spread team playing a zone concept (offense), so being 6-foot-2 in a zone concept is not really the best thing for me. At first I didn’t pick up routes right away, but the coaches helped me out and spent a lot of time helping me run them. It was really a lot of fun, and I wished Hollister passed the ball a little more.” Because Gonzalez hadn’t played in nearly two months, his body felt like it had been in a minor accident the day after. “My calves were really sore, I had a little bit of a headache and a neck strain,” he said. “After that first practice, we realized we were a bit out of shape because we hadn’t played in so long. But I feel good right now and getting back into it. It’s just really great playing with the guys again.” The Central Coast is one of the longest running high school football AllStar games in the Bay Area, and both teams are playing for charities. Gilroy High coach Jubenal Rodriguez will lead a team that is playing for the National Football Foundation, while Salinas’ Steven Zenk leads a squad that includes players from San Benito, Salinas,

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NOTICE OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE OF JOHN ROSS MORTELA, CASE NO. PR-17-00056 FILED: 1-2-2018. To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate, or both, of: JOHN ROSS MORTELA. A PETITION FOR PROBATE has been filed by RICHARD MORTELA in the Superior Court of California, County of San Benito. The PETITION FOR PROBATE requests that: RICHARD MORTELA be appointed as personal representative to administer the estate of the decedent. The PETITION requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very important actions, however, the personal representative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A HEARING on the petition will be held in this court as follows: Date: January 31, 2018 Time: 1:30 p.m. Dept: 1, Room 1, Superior Court of California County of San Benito, 450 Fourth Street, Hollister, California, 95023 . IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the decedent, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within the later of either (1) four months from the date of first issuance of letters to a general personal representative, as defined in section 58(b) of the California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days from the date of mailing or personal delivery to you of a notice under section 9052 of the California Probate Code. Other California statutes and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE-154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code section 1250. A Request for Special Notice form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for petitioner: CHRISTINE O. BREEN,187256 Breen Law Firm, PC, 330 Tres Pinos Road, Suite F8-4, Hollister, California 95023, 831.636.2529. Publication Dates: Hollister Free Lance, January 12, 19, 26, 2018. COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: 934 HOL - FBNS NANCY JEAN MARTINEZ 3165 Carey Way FBN2017-0000340 Hollister, CA 95023 This business is conducted FICTITIOUS BUSINESS by: AN INDIVIDUAL NAME STATEMENT The registrant commenced File Number: To transact business under 2017-0000340 The fictitious business The following person(s) name or names listed above is (are) doing business as on 11/29/2017 and AMERICAN JANITOR 11/29/2017 is SERVICE the file date. 30 Miller Rd Statement filed with the Hollister, CA 95023 County Clerk of Phone: 831.537.4431 San Benito Mailing Address: Joe Paul Gonzalez 1270 San Juan Rd A 64 San Benito County Clerk Hollister CA 95023 440 5th Street Room 206 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: Hollister, CA 95023-3843 JOEL JIMENEZ DELGADO Publish Hollister Free 30 Miller Rd Lance: Hollister, CA 95023 December 29, 2017 and This business is conducted January 5, 12, 19, 2018 by: AN INDIVIDUAL The registrant commenced To transact business under 931 HOL - Show The fictitious business Name Change name or names listed above Order to Show Cause on 11/27/2017 and CU-17-00183 11/27/2017 is the file date. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE Statement filed with the for change of name County Clerk of Case Number: San Benito CU-17-00183 Joe Paul Gonzalez To all interested persons, San Benito County Clerk Petitioner: Pearl Garcia, 440 5th Street Room 206 filed for petition with this Hollister, CA 95023-3843 court Publish Hollister Free for a decree changing names Lance: from: December 22, 29, 2017 Azaliah Starrena Pettie and January 5, 12, 2018 to Azaliah Starrena Garcia 934 HOL - FBNS Dravian Elijah Pettie to FBN2017-0000358 Dravian Elijah Garcia FICTITIOUS BUSINESS Davian Immaculate Pettie NAME STATEMENT to File Number: Davian Immaculate 2017-0000358 Garcia The following person(s) THE COURT ORDERS that is (are) doing business as all persons interested in this JRG ATTORNEYS AT LAW matter appear before this 318 Cayuga St court at the hearing Salina CA 93901 indicated Phone: 831.630.9444 below to show cause, if any, COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: why the petition for change JOHNSON, ROVELLA, of name should not be RETTERER, granted. 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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of the City of Hollister will conduct a public hearing on January 25, 2018 on or about 6:00 pm in the Council Chambers of Hollister City Hall at 375 Fifth Street, Hollister, California at which time the Commission will hear all persons and receive information pertinent to: 1. 1001 Fourth Street – Conditional Use Permit No. 201719 for a Planned Unit Development, Tentative Map No. 2017-4, and Site & Architectural Review No. 2016-9 – Stewart Fahmy – The applicant is requesting approval of a tentative map for the subdivision of approximately 8.07 acres of land into 79 lots consisting of 40 single family homes, 37 townhomes, 1 lot for a park area, and 1 lot for roads. The project proposes a planned unit development (PUD), pursuant to Hollister Municipal Code Section 16.16.030 with a land use designation of Medium Density Residential (MDR) (8-12 dwelling units per acre) on 4.82 acres (APN 052-300-001). The remainder of the site (3.25 acres) (APN 052-080-001) would remain designated as West Gateway (WG) (20 – 35 dwelling units per acre). The project is located at 1001 Fourth Street, between 4th Street to the north, Jan Ave., to the south, and west of Westside Blvd., further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 052-080-001 and 052300-001. CEQA: Mitigated Negative Declaration. 2. Tentative Map No. 2017-2 and Site, Architectural Review No. 2017-5 and Conditional Use Permit 2017- 19 – Lynn Lake – The applicant is requesting Tentative Map, Site & Architectural approval and a Conditional Use Permit for a Plan Unit Development for the construction of a single building with one commercial unit and five residential units on a 10,812 square foot lot in the (DMU) Down Town Mixed Use Zoning District. The proposed project would be located at 220 Fourth Street, further identified as San Benito County Assessor Parcel Number 054-140-006. CEQA: Categorically Exempt. Si desea información en español por favor llame al 6364360 o visítenos al 339 Fifth St. (Calle Cinco) Hollister, CA. The hearing may also be continued at the discretion of the Commission. Information on the above may be obtained from the City Development Services Department, Planning Division located at 339 Fifth Street (Phone 831-636-4360). Please be advised that if you wish to challenge any of the above actions in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised in the public hearing described in this notice, or written correspondence delivered to the Planning Commission, at, or prior to, the public hearing. HOLLISTER PLANNNING COMMISSION BY: Bryan Swanson, Secretary Publish: Hollister Free Lance – Friday, January 12, 2018

942 HOL - Public Notice PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a regular meeting on January 16, 2018, beginning on our before 6:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, the City Council of the City of Hollister will hear the Appeals of California Finest Manufacturing and LLXP Corporation. The Appeals will be held Tuesday, January 16, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, in the City Council Chambers of City Hall, 375 Fifth Street, Hollister, California, wherein the City Council will hear all persons and receive information pertinent to the appeal. This appeal may be continued at the discretion of the City Council. Information on the appeal may be obtained from the Development Services Department, located at 339 Fifth Street, Hollister, CA 95023 (telephone 831-636-4360). CITY OF HOLLISTER by Christine Black, CMC Deputy City Clerk Publish: January 5 and 12, 2018

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934 HOL - FBNS FBN2017-0000339 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2017-0000339 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as KING ROOFING COMPANY 1262 Steinbeck Dr Hollister, CA 95023 Phone: 831.265.7583 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: EDGAR PARRAS 1262 Steinbeck Dr Hollister, CA 95023 This business is conducted by: AN INDIVIDUAL

The registrant commenced To transact business under The fictitious business name or names listed above on 5/31/2014 and 11/27/2017 is the file date. Statement filed with the County Clerk of San Benito Joe Paul Gonzalez San Benito County Clerk 440 5th Street Room 206 Hollister, CA 95023-3843 Publish Hollister Free Lance: December 22, 29, 2017 and January 5, 12, 2018

934 HOL - FBNS FBN2017-0000338 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2017-0000338 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as GUANACOS PUPUSERIA & CATERING 390 Tres Pinos Rd Hollister, CA 95023 Phone: 650.716.6737 Mailing Address: 1262 Steinbeck DR Hollister CA 95023 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: MYRA PARRAS EDGAR PARRAS 1262 Steinbeck Dr Hollister, CA 95023 This business is conducted by: A MARRIED COUPLE The registrant commenced To transact business under The fictitious business name or names listed above on 11/21/2017 and 11/27/2017 is the file date. Statement filed with the County Clerk of San Benito Joe Paul Gonzalez San Benito County Clerk 440 5th Street Room 206 Hollister, CA 95023-3843 Publish Hollister Free Lance: December 22, 29, 2017 and January 5, 12, 2018

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2017-0000343 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as INNOVATIVE CREATIONS 3165 Carey Way Hollister, CA 95023 Phone: 408.332.9410

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2017-0000361 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as BAY AREA VIRTUAL PERSONAL ASSISTANTS

Notice is hereby given that one public hearing and two public meetings will be held by the Council of San Benito County Governments. The purpose of the hearing and meetings are to provide the public the opportunity to identify any transit needs that are not currently being met by the local bus services (County Express and Specialized Services) in San Benito County. Said public hearing will be held on February 15, 2018 at 3:00 PM at the San Benito County Administration Building, 481 Fourth Street, Hollister, CA. Two public meetings are also scheduled on: Tuesday, February 13 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at the Hollister Community Center, 300 West Street, Hollister, CA and on Wednesday, February 14 from 2 PM to 3:30 PM at Vertigo Coffee Roasters, 81 4th Street, San Juan Bautista, CA. If you are unable to attend, you may submit your comments in writing by March 1, 2018 to: Council of Governments, Attn: Unmet Transit Needs, 330 Tres Pinos Road, Suite C7, Hollister, CA 95023. For more information, please contact Veronica Lezama, Transportation Planner, at (831) 637-7665 Ext. 204 or at veronica@sanbenitocog.org. AVISO-AUDIENCIA PÚBLICA NECESIDADES DE TRÁNSITO Se avisa que una audiencia pública y dos justas públicas se llevaran a cabo por el Concilio de los Gobiernos del Condado de San Benito. El propósito de la audiencia y juntas es de ofrecer al público la oportunidad de identificar las necesidades de tránsito que en la actualidad no se están cumpliendo en el Condado de San Benito. Dicha Audiencia Pública se llevaran a cabo el 15 de febrero del 2018 a las 3:00 PM en el Edificio de Administración del Condado de San Benito, 481 Fourth Street, Hollister, CA. Dos juntas públicas también están programadas para el martes 13 de febrero de 1:00 PM a 2:00 PM en el Centro de la Comunidad de Hollister, 300 West Street, Hollister, CA y el miércoles 14 de febrero de 2:00 PM a 3:30 PM en Vertigo Coffee Roasters, 81 4th Street, San Juan Bautista, CA. Traducción en Español será disponible. Si usted no puede atender, escriba para expresar sus opiniones antes del 1 de marzo, 2018 a el Concilio de Gobiernos, Attn: Necesidades de Transito, 330 Tres Pinos Road, Suite C7, Hollister, CA 95023. Para obtener más información, llame a Veronica Lezama, Planificadora de Transportación, al (831) 637-7665 Ext. 204 o por correo electrónico a veronica@sanbenitocog.org. Publish: January 12, 2018 2450 Glenview Dr Hollister, CA 95023 Phone: 408.341.9441 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: JAMIE AINSWORTH 2450 Glenview Dr Hollister, CA 95023 This business is conducted by: AN INDIVIDUAL The registrant commenced To transact business under The fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A and 12/22/2017 is the file date. Statement filed with the County Clerk of San Benito Joe Paul Gonzalez San Benito County Clerk 440 5th Street Room 206 Hollister, CA 95023-3843 Publish Hollister Free Lance: January 5, 12, 19, 26, 2018

934 HOL - FBNS FBN2017-0000367 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2017-0000367 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as GO TIME PUBLISHING 14938 Camden Ave #3 San Jose CA 95124 Phone: 408.410.9945 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: GO TIME AGILE LLC 1100 Mulberry Ct Hollister, CA 95023 State: NV Al# 201501210107 This business is conducted by: A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY The registrant commenced To transact business under The fictitious business name or names listed above on 9/24/2014 and 12/29/2017 is the file date. Statement filed with the County Clerk of San Benito Joe Paul Gonzalez San Benito County Clerk 440 5th Street Room 206 Hollister, CA 95023-3843 Publish Hollister Free Lance: January 5, 12, 19, 26, 2018

934 HOL - FBNS FBN2017-0000365 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2017-0000365 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as KAREN'S HOBBY ROOM 660 La Baig Dr Hollister, CA 95023 Phone: 831.406.1050 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: KAREN STEWART 660 La Baig Dr Hollister, CA 95023 This business is conducted by: AN INDIVIDUAL The registrant commenced To transact business under The fictitious business name or names listed above on 12/28/2017 and 12/28/2017 is the file date. Statement filed with the County Clerk of San Benito Joe Paul Gonzalez San Benito County Clerk 440 5th Street Room 206 Hollister, CA 95023-3843 Publish Hollister Free Lance: January 5, 12, 19, 26, 2018

934 HOL - FBNS FBN2017-0000364 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2017-0000364 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as READY POST SIGN SERVICES 49 Park Street Hollister, CA 95023 Phone: 831.801.7559 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: SILAS QUINTERO 49 Park Street Hollister, CA 95023 VICTOR CONTRERAS 49 Park Street Hollister, CA 95023 This business is conducted by: A GENERAL PARTNERSHIP The registrant commenced To transact business under The fictitious business name or names listed above on 12/28/2017 and 12/28/2017 is the file date. Statement filed with the County Clerk of San Benito Joe Paul Gonzalez San Benito County Clerk 440 5th Street Room 206 Hollister, CA 95023-3843 Publish Hollister Free Lance: January 5, 12, 19, 26, 2018

934 HOL - FBNS FBN 2017-0000354 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2017-0000354 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as VEGA TOWING 850 Hillcrest Rd #103 Hollister, CA 95023 Phone: 831.801.9758 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: ANNA VEGA 850 Hillcrest Rd #103 Hollister, CA 95023 This business is conducted by: AN INDIVIDUAL The registrant commenced To transact business under The fictitious business name or names listed above on 12/11/2017 and 12/11/2017 is the file date. Statement filed with the County Clerk of San Benito Joe Paul Gonzalez San Benito County Clerk 440 5th Street Room 206 Hollister, CA 95023-3843 Publish Hollister Free Lance: January 12, 19, 26, and February 2, 2018


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PlantTape Production Technician, Hollister Candidate will be responsible for performing production work and related duties. This will include but not limited to starting, operates, tending, stopping, and cleaning production equipment, maintaining and cleaning facility and preliminary product inspections for quality. Job Responsibilities: Support PlantTape production processes Operate and maintain production equipment Stage materials for production runs and organize afterwards Assist with general maintenance and cleaning duties Complete required production documentation Able to work weekdays and weekends Reports any issues related to manufacturing performance, process and safety Skills Required: Must be able to work in a team environment Must follow equipment safety procedures Must be able to lift 50 pounds Valid Driver’s License with reliable transportation Must be flexible with work schedule Some mechanical and assembly skills preferred Forklift experience preferred For additional information or to apply for this position, contact Luis Ledezma, PlantTape General Manager at LuisLedezma@ planttape.com

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GARAGE SALES Gilroy Estate Sale 660 Denio Ave, Sat. Jan. 13 and Sun Jan. 14, Time - 12pm to 5pm. Collectible plates, tools, limoge eggs, dishes, antique bottles, crystal, old tools,lace, Homer McLaughlin dishes and more. Hollister Huge Moving Sale 931 Argonne Ave. Sat. Jan. 13 8am-1pm. Furniture, buffet, sofa, dish washer, appliances children’s, baby and adult clothes, collectibles, toys. Everything must go.

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PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Hollister will conduct a public hearing at it’s special meeting on June 26th 2017, on or about 6:00 pm in the Council Chambers of Hollister City Hall at 375 Fifth Street, Hollister, California at which time the Council will hear all persons and receive information pertinent to: 1.CUP 2017-4 Higher Level of Care- The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to operate a medical cannabis dispensary in an approximately 7.40 acre parcel located at 1802 Shelton Drive, two parcels south of Fallon Road and fronts the western side of Shelton Drive in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel Number 051-120-070-000 CEQA: Categorically Exempt. 2.CUP 2017 -5 Layla’s Landing Inc. – The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to operate a medical cannabis dispensary in an approximately 18,000 square foot building on an approximately 0.85 acre lot located at 817 Industrial Drive, off of Hillcrest Road in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel Number 056-270-014-000 CEQA: Categorically Exempt. 3.2017-6 Hollister Holistics - The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to cultivate medical cannabis at 1802 Shelton Drive in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 051-120-070-000. 2017- 8 Hollister Holistics -The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to manufacture medical cannabis at 1650 Lana Way in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 051-161-005-000.

2017-10 Playa Breeze -The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to cultivate medical cannabis at 817 Industrial Drive in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 056-270-014-000. 2017-11 FBT Jordan -The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to manufacture cannabis at 817 Industrial Drive in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 056270-014-000. 2017-12 Traditional Roots- The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to manufacture cannabis 1091 San Felipe Road in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 019040-019-000. 2017-13 California Finest Manufacturing -The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to manufacture cannabis 1785 San Felipe Road Unit A in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 056-270-014-000. 2017-14 LLXP Corporation -The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to cultivate and manufacture medical cannabis 1971 Airway Drive in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 053-420-004-000. 2017-15 Lucid Analytics- The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to cultivate and manufacture medical cannabis 1971 Airway Drive in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 053-420-004-000. 2017-16 High Class Distribution - The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to operate a medical cannabis distribution facility 1971 Airway Drive in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 053-420-004-000. 2017-17 Pacific Organics Wellness Inc. The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to operate a medical cannabis distribution facility 1971 Airway Drive in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 053-420-004-000. 2017-18 Agripharma Nursery LLC - The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to cultivate medical cannabis 1851 Airway Drive in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 053-420-012-000. 2017-19 Agripharma Extraction LLC The applicant is requesting an approval from the City of Hollister City Council of a conditional use permit to manufacture medical cannabis 1851 Airway Drive in the Light Industrial (M1) Zoning District further identified as San Benito County Assessor’s Parcel 053-420-012-000. Si desea información en español por favor llame al 636-4360 o visítenos al 339 Fifth St. (Calle Cinco) Hollister, CA. The hearing may also be continued at the discretion of the Council. Information on the above may be obtained from the City Development Services Department, Planning Division located at 339 Fifth Street (Phone 831-636-4360). Please be advised that if you wish to challenge any of the above actions in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised in the public hearing described in this notice, or written correspondence delivered to the City Council, at, or prior to, the public hearing. CITY OF HOLLISTER by Thomas A. Graves, City Clerk Published – Friday, January 12, 2018 Si desea información en español favor de llamar al 831-636-4360

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36 month lease, $2,999 total due at signing, includes $0 secuRity deposit, 10,000 miles peR yeaR, $.25 peR mile theReaFteR, subject to cRedit appRoval by chRysleR capital.

2018 JEEP COMPASS

REAR PARkIng CAMERA, PERIMETER/APPROACh LIghTs, REMOTE kEyLEss EnTRy & MORE! OVER 29% NET SAVINGS OFF MSRP

MSRP...................................................................................................$22,435 DealeR DiScount................................................................................-$4,297 Sale PRice$...........................................................................................18,138 jeeP ca Bc Retail conSuMeR caSh* .................................................. -$1,500 jeeP ca non-PRiMe Retail BonuS caSh**.............................................-$750 23 other comPAss to choose from

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Net Price After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

$15,888

to choose At this Net Price viNs#254946, 254947, 254951, 254953

*ReSiDency ReStRictionS aPPly. **FoR Fico ScoReS Below 620, MuSt Finance thRough chRySleR caPital, SuBject to cReDit aPPRoval.

2017 RAM 1500 AUTOMATIC & AIR 40% NET SAVINGS OFF MSRP

MSRP............................................................................................... $28,565 DealeR DiScount............................................................................ -$5,566 Sale PRice .......................................................................................$22,999 RaM ca Bc Retail conSuMeR caSh*............................................... -$3,250 RaM ca non-PRiMe Retail BonuS caSh** .......................................-$1,250 chRySleR caPital caSh*** ................................................................ -$500 RaM ca 2017 Retail BonuS caSh* ...................................................-$1,000

Net Price After DiscouNts AND rebAtes 189 other rAm 1500s to choose from

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At this LeAse offer viN #171775

$16,999

oNe At this Net Price hurry! LAst #791529

*Residency RestRictions apply. **FoR Fico scoRes below 620, must Finance thRough chRysleR capital, subject to cRedit appRoval. ***must Finance thRough chRysleR capital, subject to cRedit appRoval.

over 30 other heLLcAts to choose from!

chALLeNger srt heLLcAts At this LeAse offer viNs #175240, 171251

3

chArger srt heLLcAts At this LeAse offer viNs #120907, 155753, 155757

36 month lease, $5,899 due at signing includes $5,300 customeR cash + $599 1st month’s payment, includes $0 secuRity deposit, excludes tax and license. 10,000 miles peR yeaR, $.50 peR mile theReaFteR, subject to cRedit appRoval by chRysleR capital.

2017 RAM PROMASTER CITY CARGO

2018 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN

REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY, WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY, PARKING SENSORS & MORE!

3RD ROW SEATS, REAR PARKING CAMERA, REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY & MORE!

8-PASSENGER

OVER 37% NET SAVINGS OFF MSRP

OVER 38% NET SAVINGS OFF MSRP

ecoNomy cArgo!

MSRP..........................................................................................................................$26,185 DealeR DiScount.......................................................................................................-$5,197 Sale PRice ................................................................................................................ $20,988 RaM PRoMaSteR conqueSt BonuS caSh* .............................................................. -$2,000 RaM ca Bc Retail conSuMeR caSh** ....................................................................... -$2,500 RaM ca coMMeRcial BonuS caSh** ........................................................................... -$500

MSRP ............................................................................................................................... $27,090 DealeR DiScount ............................................................................................................ -$4,102 Sale PRice ...................................................................................................................... $22,988 DoDge ca Bc Retail conSuMeR caSh* ......................................................................... -$4,000 DoDge ca non-PRiMe Retail BonuS caSh** ................................................................. -$2,000

Net Price After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

Net Price After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

21 other PromAster city to choose from

$15,988

hurry

*must show cuRRent owneRship oR lease oF a ‘99 oR neweR non-Fca llc. vehicle, cuRRent RegistRation RequiRed,tuRn-in oR tRade-in not RequiRed. **Residency RestRictions apply. ***puRchaseR must upFit vehicle FoR business use/gRaphics thRough dealeRship.

2017 RAM 1500 ECO-DIESEL CREW 4X4

NAV, AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL, PARKING SENSORS & MORE! OVER 30% NET SAVINGS OFF MSRP

DealeR DiScount oFF MSRP ....................... -$9,500 RaM ca Bc Retail conSuMeR caSh*........... -$3,250 RaM ca non-PRiMe Retail BonuS caSh** ...-$1,250 chRySleR caPital caSh*** ............................ -$500 RaM ca 2017 BonuS caSh* ......................... -$1,000 RaM ca 2017 Retail BonuS caSh* .............. -$1,000 RaM ca Bc DieSel Retail BonuS caSh* ...... -$1,000 RaM Sj auto Show Retail caSh* .................. -$500

Net sAviNgs off msrP After DiscouNts AND rebAtes 189 other rAm 1500s to choose from

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27 other grAND cArAvANs to choose from

1 Left At this Net Price # h21391

$18,000

5

$16,988 to choose At this Net Price

*Residency RestRictions apply. **FoR Fico scoRes below 620, must Finance thRough chRysleR capital, subject to cRedit appRoval.

OR

2017 RAM 1500 CREW CAb

AUTOMATIC, NAV, LEATHER, PARKING SENSORS & MORE!

OVER 34% NET SAVINGS OFF MSRP!

YOUR CHOICE:

$18,000 NET SAVINGS OFF MSRP

to choose At this Net sAviNgs!

*Residency RestRictions apply. **FoR Fico scoRes below 620, must Finance thRough chRysleR capital, subject to cRedit appRoval.***must Finance thRough chRysleR capital, subject to cRedit appRoval.

189 other rAm 1500s to choose from

DealeR DiScount oFF MSRP ........................ -$9,500 RaM ca Bc Retail conSuMeR caSh*............ -$3,250 RaM ca non-PRiMe Retail BonuS caSh***.. -$1,250 chRySleR caPital caSh** ............................... -$500 RaM ca 2017 BonuS caSh* .......................... -$1,000 RaM lD v8 Retail BonuS caSh..................... -$1,000 RaM ca 2017 Retail BonuS caSh* ............... -$1,000 RaM Sj auto Show Retail BonuS*................. -$500

Net sAviNgs off msrP After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

10

$18,000

to choose from At this Net sAviNgs!

*Residency RestRictions apply. **must Finance thRough chRysleR capital, subject to cRedit appRoval. ***FoR Fico scoRes below 620, must Finance thRough chRysleR capital, subject to cRedit appRoval.

CDJRF 455 AUTOMALL. Net Sale Prices and Factory Rebates in lieu of Special Finance, Lease and Fleet offers. † Factory consumer cash rebate in lieu of discount financing on approved credit. *Must finance through Chrysler Capital, not all customers may qualify. All prices exclude government fees and taxes, any finance charges, any dealer document processing charge, any electronic filing charge and any emission testing charge. Residency restrictions apply. See dealer for complete details. Vehicles pictured use for display purposes only and may vary slightly from the actual vehicle. All vehicles subject to prior sale. Not responsible for typographical errors. Sale prices end 1/15/2018.

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