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THE LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE OF SAN BENITO COUNTY

A supplement to the Hollister Free Lance

MAY 17, 2019

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Appeal goes to council RULING ON 400 BLOCK COULD SPARK LITIGATION Jaqueline McCool Reporter

The controversial 400 block project will come before the Hollister City Council on Monday, May 20 in what may be the city’s last chance to avoid drawn-out litigation over the site’s future.

Proponents on the council want to move forward with plans to construct 22 condominiums, offices for a non-profit foundation and several ground floor retail spaces while opponents have suggested maintaining an open plaza or building a center for performing arts. Citizens lost the chance to weigh in on the question after the city appealed to state Attorney General Xavier Becerra, who gave

the city discretion to sell the land without a public vote. The effort to develop the currently empty lots at the corner of San Benito and Fourth streets—buildings there were destroyed in the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake—has been riddled with complications and public mishaps from the start. The city tried in 2016 to find a developer to create

a mixed-use project in the space, and a local builder, the Del Curto Brothers, along with the Community Foundation of San Benito County proposed a joint project. That proposed project has generated nearly three years of controversy. The council agreed to a sale price based on an outdated appraisal after city officials withheld a higher appraisal from public

view until a public records request by the Free Lance revealed its existence. A petition drive to have the project appear on the ballot was derailed by the city council, when it sought a ruling by the attorney general on the legality of a referendum. Becerra, after nearly nine months, ruled the decision was an ➝ 400 block, 8

TRUMP’S BLM SEEKS TO OPEN 800,000 ACRES FOR OIL/GAS Barry Holtzclaw Managing Editor

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Robert Eliason

The federal Bureau of Land Management on May 10 announced a plan to open approximately 800,000 acres of public lands and underground federal mineral rights across California’s Central Coast to new oil and gas drilling, with specific targets in San Benito County—including areas surrounding Pinnacles National Park. The BLM said the new plan, coming less than a month after it announced a plan to allow drilling on more than one million acres of federal land near Bakersfield, should result in 75 new oil wells in California over the next 20 years. The announcement produced a not-unexpected chorus of objections from elected officials in the Central Coast region, including Rep. Jimmy Panetta, State Sen. Bill Monning and Assemblyman Robert Rivas. California is the sixth largest oil-producing state, providing more than 8 percent of U.S. crude oil production from thousands of private wells, WILD RIDE Six-year-old Josiah Rodriguez holds on tight as he rides the Dragon over Mother’s weekend at the San Benito High School Carnival at Veterans Memorial Park in Hollister.

Baler carnival offers fun SBHS RAISES FUNDS WITH CARNIVAL Staff Report

Robert Eliason

Hundreds of San Benito County students and even more community members enjoyed the three-day San Benito High School Carnival over Mother’s Day weekend May 10-12. The school fundraiser was held at Veterans Park off Memorial Drive in Hollister this year because of construction at the high school athletic fields. Rides and skill games provided fun for all ages. SBHS students were able to purchase all-day ride bracelets to make it a full day of thrills.

LOTS OF PRIZES Angel Landeros brought home some prizes from the San Benito High School Carnival.


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ALL VOLUNTEERS Maggie Lairson (left), owner of Forgiving Paws Thrift Shop, is shown with her team of volunteers, which includes Joan Nickell ( from left), Kathleen Smith, Larissa Gibbs and her son Mark, and Pattie Flores. Joan Cushworth (not pictured) is also a part of the team.

Forgiving Paws to close its doors NONPROFIT TO CONTINUE RAISING FUNDS Erik Chalhoub Business Editor

After four years of supporting animals in need, Forgiving Paws Thrift Shop is closing its doors at the end of May. While owner Maggie Lairson is shutting down the shop due to health challenges, her organization’s mission is far from over. With a board and volunteers in place, Forgiving Paws will continue to operate as a non-profit fundraising organization. Its SPUTER fund, a spay and neuter program, supports families who need financial assistance, and Helping Paws provides funds to help with emergency veterinarian expenses. Lairson, who was a pug breeder, lost her dogs in 2006 after they ate pet food that was eventually recalled. Soon after, she founded the Forgiving Paws non-profit to help

support other pet rescue organizations. Raising funds through garage sales and other means, Lairson knew she needed a more consistent stream of revenue to support the non-profit, which led to the opening of the thrift shop in March 2015. The success of the shop, located at 195 Meridan St. in Hollister, is prominently displayed near its entrance, with a sign highlighting the amounts Forgiving Paws has donated to various animal rescue organizations. Peace of Mind Dog Rescue received $21,625, Pet Friends Rescue $13,490 and Operation Freedom Paws received $9,350, to name just a few. Altogether, more than $122,000 has been donated. Lairson said she and her team are saddened by the closing. “We have a great team,” she said. “It’s like clockwork; everybody knows what they are supposed to do and they do it.” Kathleen Smith, vice president of Forgiving

Paws, said Lairson is “very, very generous” when it comes to helping other animal rescue organizations. “The secret to success is commitment from the top line down,” she said. “Maggie is definitely 150 percent committed, and that’s part of the reason why she needs to close. She’s here 10 hours a day. That’s a lot of work.” The announcement of the shop’s closing on Facebook drew a strong response from customers. “You have been such a huge support to animal causes and selflessly donated your time and energy,” Rosie Pettit wrote. “So sad to see you go,” Kathy Gaeta Kessler wrote. “You all have been an invaluable resource to so many animal rescues in the area.” Although the thrift shop is closing, Forgiving Paws will continue its SPUTER and Helping Paws funds, and is looking to the community for support. For information and to donate, visit forgivingpaws.org.

Erik Chalhoub

HOLLISTER FARMS Construction is underway at new shopping center off Highway 25.

Denny’s approved at shopping center BUSINESS GROUP MEETINGS SCHEDULED Erik Chalhoub Business Editor

The Hollister Planning Commission recently approved two tenants for a new shopping center under construction near the intersection of Tres Pinos Road and Highway 25. A 4,331-square-foot Denny’s Restaurant was approved by the commission on April 11 for the center. On April 25, the commission approved a 9,017-square-foot healthcare facility. Idaho-based developer

Hawkins Corporation is constructing the 130,000-square foot center known as Hollister Farms.

Chamber hosts small business group

The San Benito County Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly small business group meeting on May 27, 8-9am at its office, 243 Sixth St., Hollister. The meeting is an opportunity for chamber members to share ideas in a round table discussion. For information, visit www.

sanbenitocountychamber.com.

HDA holding informal gathering

The Hollister Downtown Association will hold its “Nibble & Network” event on May 29, 8-9am at the Veterans Memorial Building, 649 San Benito St. Nibble & Network is an informal gathering for members, potential members, business owners and customers to get to know each other. There is no cost to attend this event, and HDA membership is not required. For information, visit tinyurl.com/y2hpfcbv.


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Alum designs gate repairs KOWALK USES ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE TO HELP NASH ROAD GATE Staff report

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A San Benito High School alumnus got called into action recently and helped fix an issue with the pivot arms that control the gates that block off Nash Road to through traffic during school days. Cuesta College mechanical engineering major Logan Kowalk—a 2018 San Benito High School graduate—was happy to lend a helping hand. Maintenance tradesworker technician Daren Dickison determined that the length or the geometry of the arms that control the gates from the motor was not quite right, causing a breaker to be tripped and extending the arms into the bike lanes. Dickison reached out to Kowalk—his longtime neighbor in Hollister—for advice. The challenge was having the gates’ arms at a length that would not overtax the motor and still keep them out of the nearby bike lane. Dickison said it made sense to talk to the college freshman who plans to eventually major in engineering at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. “I sent Logan pictures of the current layout and

dimensions, and he had a range of measurements for me to work with within just a few hours,” Dickison said. He then made a wooden set of arms to test the length and strength of the arms that Kowalk engineered, and “it was very apparent that he nailed exactly what we were looking for: easy on the motor and still keeping the arms out of the bike lane.” Dickison then fabricated the new arms, and the gates have been functioning without impeding the bike lane ever since. The success of the remote engineering work done by Kowalk was not a surprise to his neighbor, as Dickison recalls Logan growing up “always wanting to turn a wrench or swing a hammer.” “Math and mechanical issues always came easy to him, whether it was with his schoolwork or rebuilding his motocross bike without any previous experience,” Dickison said. “Just give him a service manual and turn him loose.” During an early April visit to campus while on a break from college, Kowalk was able to check out the new gate arms in person, recalling that he took the specs and measurements provided by Dickison to run a simulation in his college engineering class using an AutoCAD (computer-aided design) program. “Daren and I have

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worked together for many years on side projects, and he knew my major is mechanical engineering,” Kowalk said. “He drew me a schematic to give me the locations of the motor, gate and bike lane, and based off that I could run my simulation.” Kowalk said it was nice to work on a real-world problem and get it solved. “It’s pretty motivating to continue on the path I’m on,” he said, noting that he is taking classes

in engineering, physics, calculus and English at Cuesta. Kowalk has always been handy, with friends and neighbors frequently bringing him their card, trucks or dirt bikes for repair work throughout high school. “I enjoy working on cars and solving problems,” he said. “But I also enjoy doing the mechanical equations behind structures and powertrains.” His career goal is to work

on machinery or military equipment. Until then, Kowalk is thankful he took Tate Edwards’ Advanced Placement physics 1 and 2 classes at San Benito High School. “They were the first classes where you could apply the math that you’ve been learning throughout elementary, middle and high school and finally put some validity to those numbers,” Kowalk said. “I liked getting to

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OPINION LETTER

High-Speed Rail is monstrosity

GUEST VIEW KEN CHRISTOPHER

Tariffs good for garlic

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f you were to open the Wall Street Journal, New York Times or really any paper of record, you would be bombarded by countless stories about the current US-China trade war and the devastating effects on American farmers. Tale after tale of soybeans going unsold and corn fields going fallow are far too common and tell an overly simplistic story about the impact and the reality of the current state of agriculture in the United States. It should go without saying that our hearts go out to those commodity farmers that are being hurt by retroactive tariffs imposed by China on their goods. It’s our great hope that farmers across the Midwest will retool and repurpose their activities to not be so beholden to a non-market command economy like the People’s Republic of China. In diversifying their product mix as well as their customer base, these farmers would be best positioned to compete in the modern world of agribusiness. What the media has failed to take into account is that in any trade war, there are winners as well as losers. China has routinely flooded the US market with cheap produce, often sold at prices below their cost of production. Many Chinese exporters are playing “the long game,” and instead of competing in the free and fair market, are choosing to flood our shores at a loss in order to gain market share in the future. Countless farmers have gone out of business due to this illegal activity, and the current Section 301 tariffs on Chinese goods greatly benefit many American farmers, something that is routinely left out of the larger media narrative. The US garlic industry has been under assault by fraudulent Chinese exporters since 1994. Per the Department of Commerce, since 2001, the American garlic industry has been directly impacted by over $600 million in financial damages by Chinese firms. I personally testified before the US International Trade Commission in August

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2018 to ensure that Chinese garlic was included on the list of tariffs, and I’m proud to report that on Sept. 24, 2018, garlic made the official list. All Chinese garlic was immediately made subject to a 10 percent tariff, and on May 10, that tariff increased to 25 percent. This action provides immediate relief to our domestic industry. Back in the 1990s there were 12 major garlic farms in the United States. Today, there are only three left. We’re proud to be Gilroy’s largest employer, with over 1,000 full-time employees, and we’re proud to offer one of the nation’s highest corporate minimum wages at $15 per hour. An economic engine for our local community, Christopher Ranch is an indirect beneficiary of the administration’s tariff actions. In making California garlic more competitive against illegally dumped Chinese garlic, we stand ready to expand our industrial capacity, grow more acres of all-American grown garlic, and continue to increase our workforce. It’s not just American garlic farmers that are given critical support against less than ethical Chinese exporters. American apple farmers, crawfish farmers, sweet corn farmers, onion farmers, beekeepers, carrot farmers, lobster farmers, to name just a few, are also given immediate redress to Chinese activity due to the tariffs. International competition isn’t the problem. We’re happy to compete with countries that play by the rules of the free market. It’s only when non-market actors, like China, seek to break the rules and ignore the standards and norms of free and fair trade that it’s critical that our government step in. While tariffs aren’t a permanent solution, they provide immediate relief for the US garlic industry—an industry that’s been under siege for years.

Here is my comment on your Bullet Train article on May 10, as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad, Golden Spike Ceremony: I was disturbed by your lack of fair treatment of both sides of the issue. Your article failed to mention the revelation from a whistleblower who said that he quit in protest of the High-Speed Rail paying hundreds of millions to the contractor for no work performed, only delay damages. He said that the rail authority falsely told the federal government that work could be performed when they did not even own the land where the work was to be performed. For this they received $3.1 billion of our federal tax dollars, and have squandered it on damage payments to their contractor. This is the kind of debacle we get with politician transportation as we see with VTA, COG, TAMC, SCCRTC, Caltrain, Amtrak, ACE Train, SMART Trail and all the rest of the bankrupt boondoggles which kept running massive transfers of gas and diesel taxes to the bankrupt boondoggles by our local elected officials. This is unsound and unsustainable transport policy. Experts have advised both federal and state governments that we ought to fund transport with user fees. This policy was endorsed by the President's Blue Ribbon Commission on transport funding, and by the California Transportation Commission. But our leaders ignore their own experts. Instead, they gouge motorists for ever-increasing gas taxes. We need to reverse course on this supermassive black hole monstrosity. We need to do what Florida did: reverse our bad decision on Prop. 1A. We voted for self-sufficient High Speed Rail, not another government-subsidized public sector boondoggle. How high will gas and diesel taxes have to go to subsidize all these politicians' nightmares? California's politicians have us on the road to serfdom. Caveat viator. Joseph Patrick Thompson

FROM THE WEB Decorum of City Council members Marty Richman was right to call point of order for the mayor's improper bully pulpit response to public comments. However, his frustration with the mayor caused him to lose his cool and act out of line.The council has a leadership problem, pure and simple. The mayor must follow the rules like everyone else. I see no accountability on his part for his violation of rules for order. Kim Selesky-Williams via Facebook

Don't trust the government! Dan Corral Jr. via Facebook

One of the reasons we don’t have a collaborative plan for our community is, too much infighting. Things like this show the dysfunction in our local government and definitely do not inspire confidence in the direction of our little town. Hoping we can pull it together and catch up to other communities that have made it work with a solid plan: Morgan Hill, Gilroy, even Watsonville. Samantha Zaragoza via Facebook

This kind of thing can be avoided if the people were allowed to vote on these hot issues. The 400 block and the housing moratorium should be up to the people. The outcome of a countywide vote would shut this up once and for all. That’s my opinion and I’m sticking to it. I’m on board with Rolan [Resendiz] and Ignacio [Velazquez]. Holly Cornetto via Facebook

All I can say is, ding ding ding. All sumo wrestlers to their corners! Linda Christine Martinez via Facebook

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400 block has been a 30-year topic

Two-phase project

The project has two phases. Phase one is the construction of building for the Community Foundation of San Benito County and several non-profit agencies, including the media site it funds, Benitolink. Phase two is a mixed residential/ commercial building owned and developed by the Del Curto Brothers of Hollister, with residential units and six ground-floor commercial sites, both of whom would rely on parking in an adjacent structure. Another marker in the project occurred April 11, when the city planning commission voted 4-1 to approve the Del Curto/Community Foundation project’s subdivision, conditional use permits and tentative map. Velazquez appealed that decision, and his personal lawyers will argue their case in front of the city council May 20. Velazquez’ appeal is based on his belief that

the project violates the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), has over the maximum number of allotted residential units and does not qualify for street vacation. The city first released a request for proposals for the site in 2016 and said its goal was “to sell both parcels to a private developer and construct a new keystone commercial or mixed/use development as a catalyst for economic development in downtown Hollister.”

The low appraisal

The request for proposals took the unusual step of listing an appraised price for the three lots, at $390,000, or $20 per square foot, setting a baseline price for the project. This was based on a 2015 appraisal. In January 2016 the Del Curto Brothers submitted a project proposal to the council. An update of the appraisal was then conducted September 2016 by the same company, Steve Loos Appraisal, and concluded that the property value had doubled—to $690,000. Loos wrote in a letter of transmittal to Hollister’s development services department: “There has been a significant change in the local market since October 2015,” wrote Loos. “The downtown area continues to adapt to new and changing market conditions, market activity for commercial land and buildings has increased significantly and residential building and home sales continue at a brisk pace with rising prices.” City manager Bill Avera, told the Free Lance in late

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➝ 400 block, 1 administrative action and therefore was “not subject to a referendum.” Now Mayor Ignacio Velazquez—who can’t participate in the council decisions because his business, the Vault banquet hall, sits next door to the site—says the city’s 400-block decisions violated several state and local laws . Velazquez led the 2017 petition drive to seek a referendum on the project, collecting nearly 2,500 signatures. Velazquez now is taking the unusual step of threatening a legal challenge to the project “as a private citizen.”

400 BLOCK OF FUTURE? Here is how the developer sees the proposed mixed-use development

at San Benito and Fourth streets in Hollister, looking west.

2017 that the council “probably” did not see the new appraisal before the council approved the sale. No council members, including the mayor, could remember seeing it. Avera gave no explanation for failing to share the new information. The council approved the parcel’s sale for $390,000, based on the 2015 appraisal. The disposition agreement for the project was received June 5, 2017, several months after the new appraisal. Project manager Mary Paxton said the updated appraisal was done to make sure the value of the property hadn’t dropped, because the city could not sell the property for more than it was worth but could sell it for less. Paxton told the Free Lance that the original appraisal price was

that the “resolution was not subject to a referendum ” stating the council decision was simply an administrative action as part of a redevelopment plan and therefore not required to go before the public. The 400 block had six businesses prior to the 1989 earthquake, but they moved or closed because of damage to the building. The land had been the responsibility of Hollister’s redevelopment agency since 1995, but in 2011 the state dissolved redevelopment agencies as part of the state budget. Past attempts to unload the 400 block on developers were unsuccessful. The city’s property management plans said the grassy patch in the middle of Hollister’s downtown was almost a

kept for Del Curto Brothers because the developer submitted its proposal and designed the project based on the plan. “They made a proposal based on that value,” said Paxton. “They made a good-faith effort.”

The petition drive

The debate surrounding the project continued beyond the initial proposal’s approval. Velazquez spearheaded a petition to put the 400-block decision to the city’s residents for a vote. The petition received 2,465 signatures, but the city council majority challenged it and, with the help of state assemblywoman Anna Caballero, requested the attorney general’s opinion to confirm its decision without an election. Nine months later, Beccera wrote in an 11-page letter

theater/restaurant/retail/ office space, a hotel, a performing arts center and another hotel. After the dissolution of the redevelopment agency, the city could have sold the property or bought it themselves using reserve funds, Paxton said. In 2014, Hollister entered into a compensation agreement with the city’s taxing entities: the Hollister School District, the San Benito County Office of Education, the Gavilan Joint Community College District, the San Benito High School District, the San Benito County Healthcare District and the San Benito County Water District. These entities will split the sale proceeds once the deal is final. The ➝ 400 block, 12

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Most of the new wells in the giant Coalinga Field south of San Benito County in recent years, 76 percent, use “steam injection and water flood techniques”—also known as fracking, according to the BLM. A BLM spokesperson said most of the proposed new wells in the expanded region would not involve fracking. The controversy over the development of oil and gas resources has been going on since 1921 when the first development was permitted. The San Joaquin Valley is home to 22 giant oil fields, each producing more than 100 million barrels of oil. Since 1969, the concern about potential environmental damage resulting from a massive Santa Barbara oil spill resulted in a statewide moratorium on new coastal or offshore oil and gas leases, which continues. However, the State Lands Commission reported that in 2017, 23 offshore rigs were still producing more than 7,000 barrels of oil per day, about one-tenth of the production at the time of the moratorium 50 years ago. The BLM manages nearly 600 oil and gas leases in California, covering more than 200,000 acres. Between 80 and 90 percent of the agency’s oil and gas wells are in the San Joaquin Valley and more than 95 percent of all federal drilling occurs in established fields in Kern County. California’s federal production accounts for less than 10 percent of the state’s oil and natural gas production.

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The recreational cannabis debate continued this week in Hollister at a town hall meeting to discuss public support of amending Hollister’s existing cannabis ordinance. Cannabis Affairs Manager Maria Mendez presented the proposed

changes to the public and to the council once again. The changes would affect sales, delivery, retail hours and the permit application process. The possibility of allowing the sale of recreational cannabis in the city has been a topic before the council since the beginning of the year. The council approved the sale of cannabis for medicinal use in December 2016, and the first retail store is set to open June 1. But council has balked at taking the next step. On March 13, the city held its first public outreach

meeting on the issue, and comments were divided for and against the ordinance changes. Many of the speakers who supported the recreational change are involved in the emerging Hollister cannabis industry. After the council on April 22 had been presented with changes in the ordinance to allow recreational sales, Mayor Ignacio Velazquez instructed staff to hold another town meeting. He said he didn’t want to rush the process and wanted the public to be included in the discussion.

At that time, Mendez estimated that with recreational and medical sales, the city could collect $5.5 million annually in fees, but with just medical sales the projected revenue would be $1.375 million. Mendez said the ordinance amendments would allow recreational sales in the two approved dispensaries, allow nonstorefront cannabis businesses to deliver cannabis products, ban deliveries between 10pm and 6am, allow deliveries from other jurisdictions with a permit

approved by the council and remove the point system for applicants. Lonna Blodgett spoke on behalf of her business, Monterey Bay Alternative Medicine, a medical dispensary set to open in Hollister. Lewis brought numbers from her two other dispensaries to illustrate the difference between revenues from exclusively medical sales and combined recreational/medical sales. Blodgett told the council that in one year her Salinas dispensary served over 22,000 customers, but only

about 1,700 of those customers came in with medical cards. At the Del Rey Oak location Blodgett said the storefront served over 38,000 customers with only about 2,000 being medical patients. Other community members who spoke expressed concern that opening Hollister up to recreational marijuana would lead to a rise in use and sales to minors. Velazquez said he wanted to continue to proceed with caution.

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community foundation offices will stand at 45 feet. The development will have commercial/retail space on its ground floor, and two floors of one-bedroom and studio apartments. Altogether there will be 22 units, two of which will be designated as “low income” and two others as “very low income.” With downtown zoning, the lot would have only allowed 18 units to be built, but a density bonus was approved by the planning commission on the contingency that the additional four units be below market rate. At the May 13 special city council meeting the council, without Velazquez, unanimously voted in closed session to appoint Lauren Layne from the law firm Baker, Manock and Jensen as legal counsel for the appeal.

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In Phase one of the project, the Community Foundation will pay $141,316. In Phase two, the Del Curto Brothers will pay $248,684. Paxton told the Free Lance the payment will be received when each phase has submitted a building proposal. She said this measure was a way of protecting the city from another lost project. “It’s saying we’re not going to give you the property till we’re sure they’re going to perform,” said Paxton. Before the money changes hands, the city is still able to use the 400 block for the non-profit activities that have taken place.

The idea of a mixed commercial and residential use for the site dates back to when the redevelopment agency first took over the property. Even when subsequent deals fell through, the city’s general plan called for projects with residential and commercial uses to be built downtown. The city’s 2016 request for proposals explicitly called for a mixed-use building to be set in the downtown. The Del Curto Brother’s rustic adobe three-story design is in line with the city’s 2009 downown strategy. City planner Abraham Prado told the Free Lance that the city’s plans call for buildings in the historic downtown to have an “old town” feel. The height limit downtown is 75 feet; the mixed-use building and

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LEGAL NOTICES 934 HOL - FBNS REPUB WITH CORRECTIONS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000065 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: SUN CITY TANNING SALON, 351 SAN FELIPE RD., HOLLISTER, CA 95023. PHONE: 831635-0532 COUNTY OF San Benito. CINDY JONES , 3152 GLEN CANYON CT., HOLLISTER, CA 95023. STATE: CA This business is conducted by: AN INDIVIDUAL The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on 2/19/2019 and 2/19/2019 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 /s/Peter Cefalu/ Deputy /s/CINDY JONES / (RE-PUB HF 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000112 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: QUARZO, QUARZO TILE & STONE, 4110 FAIRVIEW RD STE H, HOLLISTER, CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. CALIFORNIA GRANITE & KITCHEN STONE INC , 4410 FAIRVIEW RD. STE. H, HOLLISTER CA 95023. STATE: CA AI# 3948281This business is conducted by: CORPORATION The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A and 4/17/2019 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 /s/Jennifer Schultz/ Deputy /s/ABRIL ARREDANDO/ (PUB HF 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000135 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: KEKOA TACTICS GROUP, 1661 LARKSPUR AVE, HOLLISTER, CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. MICHAEL JAMES QUIJANO, 1661 LARKSPUR AVE., HOLLISTER CA 95023. CHAU NGHIEM QUIJANO, 1661 LARKSPUR AVE., 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 N/A and 4/17/2019 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 /s/Nancy Vigna/ Deputy /s/MICHAEL JAMES QUIJANO/ (PUB HF 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000127 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: LA SABROSA, 512 SAN BENITO STREET, HOLLISTER, CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. MARIA MAGDALENA HERNANDIZ, 450 BORDEAUX PLACE, HOLLISTER CA 95023. PHIL D HERNANDIZ, 450 BORDEAUX PLACE, 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 N/A and 4/08/2019 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 /s/Carlos Godinez/ Deputy /s/MARIA HERNANDIZ/

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000129 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: THE HEAVENLY BAKERY, 601-A SAN BENITO ST., HOLLISTER, CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. JUAN CARLOS HERNANDEZ, 1060 MEMORIAL DR., APT C, 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 4/7/2019 and 4/08/2019 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 /s/Carlos Godinez/ Deputy /s/JUAN CARLOS HERNANDEZ/ OWNER (PUB HF 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000130 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: ONE STOP TAX & INSURANCE SERVICES, 713 SAN BENITO ST, HOLLISTER, CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. YESENIA SOLANO, 1180 SUNNYSLOPE RD, HOLLISTER CA 95023. MARIA D SOLORZANO , 244 UNION AVE., LOS GATOS, CA 95032. This business is conducted by: A GENERAL PARTNERSHIP The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on 4/10/2019 and 4/10/2019 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 /s/Nancy Vigna/ Deputy /s/YESENIA SOLANO/ /s/MARIA D SOLORZANO/ (PUB HF 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17)

931 HOL - Show Name Change ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAMECase No. CU-19-00064 NOTICE OF PETITION OF BREAENNE MARTINEZSUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN BENITOTO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:Petitioner: BREAENNE MARTINEZ filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows:Present Name: MARYJANE KHARMA BOTT to Proposed Name: MARYJANE B. MARTINEZ THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing.NOTICE OF HEARING - Date: 5/23/2019 - Time: 1:30 PM - Dept: 1 - Room: The address of the court is: 450 FOURTH STREET, HOLLISTER, CA 95032 CIVIL DIVISION A copy of this Order To Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: HOLLISTER FREELANCE 615 SAN BENITO STREET HOLLISTER, CA 95023 Dated: APRIL 8, 2019 /s/: J. OMAR RODRIQUEZ / Judge of the Superior Court /s/ AURELIA RODRIGUEZ / Deputy Clerk(Pub HF 4/26, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17)

The City Council of the City of Hollister invites sealed bids for the WEST GATEWAY BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT PHASE 1. The work to be performed includes, but is not necessarily limited to: the installation of a roundabout at the intersection of Fourth St and Graf Road, and associated improvements. The approach from the bridge will have a median installed, along with a street lights and preparation for future landscaping. The area of the roundabout will be lowered, and existing traffic signal will be removed. From the traffic signal to the east, a median will be installed, new storm drain lines, new tree wells and trees, and with decorative bulbouts and planters as shown on the plans. All work is to be done at the places and in the particular locations, of the forms, sizes and dimensions and of the materials and to the lines and as shown and delineated upon the plans and specifications made therefore and approved by the City. The Bidder shall possess a Type A General Engineering Contractor License with the provisions of the specifications and on itemized estimates duly certified and approved by the City Engineer submitted in accordance therewith, based on labor and materials incorporated into said work by the contractor. Notice is hereby given that for any moneys earned by the contractor and withheld by the City to ensure performance of the contract, the contractor may, at his request and expense, substitute securities equivalent to the amount withheld in the form and manner and subject to the conditions provided in Chapter 13 (commencing with Section 4590), Division 5, Title 1 of the Government Code of the State of California. Notice is hereby further given that, pursuant to Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California, the City has obtained from the Director of Industrial Relations the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general prevailing rate for holidays and overtime work for each craft, classification, or type of workman required to execute the contract. A copy of said prevailing rate of per diem wages is on file in the office of the City Clerk, to which reference is hereby made for further particulars. Said prevailing rate of per diem wages will be made available to any interested party upon request, and a copy thereof shall be posted at the job site. All proposals or bids shall be accompanied by cash, cashier's or certified check payable to the order of the City Council of the City of Hollister, amounting to ten percent (10%) of the bid, or by a bond in said amount and payable to said Clerk signed by the bidder and a corporate surety, or by the bidder and two sureties who shall justify before any officer competent to administer an oath, in double said amount and over and above all statutory exemptions. The amount so posted shall be forfeited to said City in case the bidder depositing the same does not, within ten (10) days after written notice that the contract has been awarded to him, enter into a contract with the City. All certified or cashier's checks will be deposited pending award of contract. Return of deposited certified or cashier's checks will take approximately 30 days from award of contract. Said sealed bids shall be delivered to the City Clerk of the City of Hollister, 375 Fifth Street, Hollister, CA, 95023, on or before May 29, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. , said time being at least ten (10) days

from the first publication of this notice. Bids will be publicly opened, examined and declared on said day and hour and referred to and considered by the City Council within sixty (60) calendar days from said bid opening date. A non-mandatory Prebid conference will be held at City Hall located at 375 Fifth Street, Hollister, CA 95023 on May 8, 2019 at 10:00 am The last date and time to submit questions or request for information regarding this project is set at 12:00 PM May 22, 2019. Questions must be received prior to this time and date by fax (831) 634-4913, letter, or e-mail at danny. hillstock@hollister.ca.gov. All questions received after this date and time will not be answered. The complete bid package, drawings, specifications, and addenda will be issued ELECTRONICALLY and are available for free by downloading the bidding documents at http://www. hollister.ca.gov/services/ open-bids-and-rfps/. Plan holders must register before they can view the bid package. Dated: Christine Black, MMC City Clerk of the City of HollisterPublished: April 26, 2019 & May 17th, 2019 (PUB HF 4/26 & 5/17)

942 HOL - Public Notice NOTICE INVITING SEALED BIDS for the GLP LIFT STATION UPGRADE PROJECT The City Council of the City of Hollister invites sealed bids for GLP LIFT STATION UPGRADE PROJECT This project involves the construction of the GLP lift Station Upgrade: Construct new 10-foot diameter wetwell and valve vault (outside of roadway), new concrete pad for lift station , new gravity diversion to new wetwell, replace existing discharge piping in (new) wetwell, relocate existing pumps to new wetwell, provide new slide rails, coat existing and new wetwell interiors, remove existing bioxide odor control system, provide new biofiltration odor control system, provide new overflow connecting existing and new wetwells, new vent, new concrete pad in area of existing lift station, new fencing and hammer-head driveway, man gate on south side of lift station, electrical panel relocation (outside of travel way), provide new generator and auto transfer switch, sewer bypassing required during construction asphalt surface removal and repair, excavation, backfill and all other incidental work required to make GLP Lift Station complete and operation. All work is to be done at the places and in the particular locations, of the forms, sizes and dimensions and of the materials and to the lines and as shown and delineated upon the plans and specifications made therefore and approved by the City. The Bidder shall possess a General A Contractor's License with the provisions of the specifications and on itemized estimates duly certified and approved by the City Engineer submitted in accordance therewith, based on labor and materials incorporated into said work by the contractor. Notice is hereby given that for any moneys earned by the contractor and withheld by the City to ensure performance of the contract, the contractor may, at his request and expense, substitute securities equivalent to the amount withheld in the form and manner and subject to the conditions provided in Chapter 13 (commencing with Section 4590), Division 5, Title 1 of the Government Code of the State of California. Notice is hereby further given that, pursuant to Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of

California, the City has obtained from the Director of Industrial Relations the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general prevailing rate for holidays and overtime work for each craft, classification, or type of workman required to execute the contract. A copy of said prevailing rate of per diem wages is on file in the office of the City Clerk, to which reference is hereby made for further particulars. Said prevailing rate of per diem wages will be made available to any interested party upon request, and a copy thereof shall be posted at the job site. All proposals or bids shall be accompanied by cash, cashier's or certified check payable to the order of the City Council of the City of Hollister, amounting to ten percent (10%) of the bid, or by a bond in said amount and payable to said Clerk signed by the bidder and a corporate surety, or by the bidder and two sureties who shall justify before any officer competent to administer an oath, in double said amount and over and above all statutory exemptions. The amount so posted shall be forfeited to said City in case the bidder depositing the same does not, within ten (10) days after written notice that the contract has been awarded to him, enter into a contract with the City. All certified or cashier's checks will be deposited pending award of contract. Return of deposited certified or cashier's checks will take approximately 30 days from award of contract. Said sealed bids shall be delivered to the City Clerk of the City of Hollister, 375 Fifth Street, Hollister, CA, 95023, on or before May 28, 2019 at 3:00 p.m., said time being at least ten (10) days from the first publication of this notice. Bids will be publicly opened, examined and declared on said day and hour and referred to and considered by the City Council within sixty (60) calendar days from said bid opening date. A non-mandatory Pre-bid conference will be held at City Hall located at 375 Fifth Street, Hollister, CA 95023 on May 15, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. The last date and time to submit questions or request for information regarding this project is set at 12:00 p.m. May 21, 2019. Questions must be received prior to this time and date by fax (831) 634-4913, letter, or e-mail at danny. hillstock@hollister.ca.gov. All questions received after this date and time will not be answered. The complete bid package, drawings, specifications, and addenda will be issued ELECTRONICALLY and are available for free by downloading the bidding documents at http://www. hollister.ca.gov/Services/ open-bids-and-rfps/ Plan holders must register before they can view or purchase the bid package. Dated: April 25, 2019 Christine Black, MMC City Clerk of the City of Hollister Published: May 3, 2019 & May 17, 2019 (PUB HF 5/3, 5/17)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000140 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: PINE ROCK RANCH, 5550 WILLOW CREEK ROAD, PAICINES, CA 95043. COUNTY OF San Benito. HANSEN MARY, 26421 LUCIE LANE, SALINAS CA 93908.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 4/25/2019 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 /s/Nancy Vigna/ Deputy /s/MARY HANSEN/ (PUB HF 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000131 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: BAY AREA PRECAST, 501 EL TORO DR, HOLLISTER, CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. RIGOBERTO INOJOZA, 501 EL TORO 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 4/10/2019 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 /s/Peter Cefalu/ Deputy /s/RIGOBERTO INOJOZA/ (PUB HF 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000138 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: BASKIN ROBBINS , 1740 AIRLINE HWY, STE 400, HOLLISTER, CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. ANJANDEEP BAJWA, 10771 B BUENA OAKS DR., SONORA, CA 95370.SURINDER SINGH BAJWA, 10771 B BUENA OAKS DR., SONORA, CA 95370.This business is conducted by: A MARRIED COUPLE The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A and 4/23/2019 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 /s/Peter Cefalu/ Deputy /s/ANJANDEEP BAJWA/ (PUB HF 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000126 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: JP’S TOWING AND TRANSPORTATION , 1091 SOUTH ST., HOLLISTER, CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. JAVIER PADILLA, 1091 SOUTH ST., HOLLISTER, CA 95023. LETICIA MEDRANO, 1091 SOUTH ST., 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 1/1/2019 and 4/08/2019 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 /s/Carlos Godinez/ Deputy /s/JAVIER PADILLA/ (PUB HF 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24)


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ON THE ATTACK Lex Chavarria, a former San Benito High standout, teamed up with sister Noel Chavarria to form one of the pairs team for a Gavilan College beach volleyball program that advanced to the California Community College State Championships for the first time in school history.

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The Gavilan College volleyball program has never been better, making history year after year. Last November, the indoor team advanced to the State Final Eight for the second time in three years and won a match at that stage for the first time in program history. On the beach this season, the Rams qualified to the State Championships, also a first for the program. By accomplishing both, Gavilan was one of only three community colleges in California—Irvine Valley and El Camino being the others— that had their indoor and outdoor volleyball teams make the State Championships. Quite a feat indeed. To give perspective on how impressive that accomplishment is, there are 95 community colleges with indoor programs and 40 to 45 with beach volleyball programs. Only six teams advance to the beach volleyball state tournament, four from Southern California and two from Northern California. The Rams got it done with a true team effort, as they had none of their twowomen squads advance to the Pairs State Championship, the first time in the five-year history

of beach volleyball at the California community college level that Gavilan didn’t have a duo competing in the Pairs Tournament. For a team to qualify for the State Championships and not have a single pairs team in the regional field speaks volumes of a deep roster filled with quality players. In the team state championships, the Rams lost to Grossmont 4-1 and El Camino 3-2 on May 9 in Chula Vista to close out a remarkable season. “It’s the first in the five year history of the event that a team qualified without having one of its pairs qualifying,” Rams coach Kevin Kramer said. “It really kind of shows you the depth of the team and how important they are to each other. It’s kind of been a group effort all year long.” Nowhere was that more apparent than in the NorCal Finals against West Valley on May 1. Gavilan prevailed, 3-2, earning wins from its No. 4 and 5 teams in Lex Chavarria and Noel Chavarria and Evelyn Clonts and Melissa Zanotto, respectively. The No. 4 and 5 matches were the first to go on the courts, so even before the Rams top three squads took to the court, they were up 2-0 and needed to win just one of the three remaining matches to seal the victory. That was easier said than done considering West Valley has the top pairs team in Northern California playing at the No. 1 spot, and tough teams at the two and three positions as well. However, Katia Dizon, a former Anzar High standout, and partner Keona Stopper beat their West Valley

ELEVATION Former Balers standout Noel Chavarria teamed up with her sister Lex to form one of the regular

duos on a Gavilan College beach volleyball team that advanced to the State Championships. counterparts at the No. 2 position, 21-12, 21-5 to clinch the necessary three points. In the previous round, the Rams beat Fresno City College by the identical 3-2 score. The three teams were pretty familiar with each other, as they had

battled all season taking turns beating each other. “We (all of the coaches from each program) were joking all year long that any time the three of us get together, it’s a 50/50 crapshoot of who comes out on top,” Kramer said. “We’re lucky

this time it was us.” Sarah Weiby, a former Gilroy High standout, and partner Mikeila Banda played at the No. 1 spot against West Valley, while Katelyn Viray, a former Christopher High standout, and partner ➝ Rams, page 17


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things and making the adjustments,” Weiby said. “Last year was my first year playing beach, and it was hard not having the coaches’ input in the game. But a year later we all have more experience and are confident we can make the right decisions.” Then there’s the inexact science of maximizing the potential of each player by putting them with a partner that will enhance their game, and vice versa. Weiby and Dizon were partners earlier in the season before it was decided that Banda and Weiby would form a team along with Dizon and Stopper. In each situation, the players must support each other to lift their play to a higher level. “It’s about meshing really well and motivating each other,” Weiby said. “If she digs a ball up, I want to get to it and make sure it gets back over the net. We work for each other.” The culture of the Gavilan volleyball program features accountability, hard work, discipline and a desire to grow and improve. “Everyone is really self-motivated and selfdriven,” Weiby said. “I think Kevin is a huge part of that. Everyone works hard because they see the dedication he puts in, and I think that is the root (to the sustained success of the program). I think everyone wants to match that intensity and energy, and it pushes everyone to be better. It’s crazy to see him coaching softball during the same season, but I know it’s something he enjoys doing even though it’s pretty stressful.” Kramer emphasized

that it was the assistant coaches who did a lot of the heavy lifting for the program this season since he had double duty coaching the softball team concurrently with beach volleyball. Kramer said four assistants helped out immensely, including former Balers standout Isaiah Acfalle, who did the majority of the coaching on the days Kramer was coaching softball; Chris Spence, who has been with Kramer for all 12 of his years at Gavilan; Brian Calimpong, who directs the team’s operations; and Ramon Rodriguez, the Christopher High girls volleyball coach.

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Blending an excellent coaching staff along with talented and hard working players, it’s no wonder Gavilan’s volleyball program continually reaches new heights. The program has got some serious mojo, and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the indoor or beach program—or both— win a state title within the next several years. When the Rams lost in the State Championships last week, the emotion was palpable. “It was very emotional for everyone because this was our last game together as a team,” said Dizon, who recently committed to play beach volleyball for Ottawa University in Arizona. “We all realized as a whole this was it and our last hurrah. This exact group will never play together again.” And what a dynamic group it’s been. Camille Finley, who played on the indoor team last season, transferred to Long Beach State in January to

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Flo Tukuaoga played the No. 3 position. The rest of the roster includes Adrianne Orahood, Zoe Harada and Evelyn Clonts. All of these players with the exception of Stopper were on the indoor team, no small feat considering the outdoor game requires a greater overall skill set, Kramer said. “In the indoor game, you can get away from being a one-dimensional player,” he said. “On the beach, you kind of have to be good at everything (to excel). It demands a lot that maybe the indoor game doesn’t demand.” Weiby, who is one of the top two or three beach volleyball players at the school but probably in the range of being the sixth to 10th best indoor player, has an all-around skill set that makes her a formidable talent in both games, especially the beach. “For the indoor team, my teammates always made a joke because I jumped from position to position,” she said. “They would say I was versatile, and I think that helps out on the beach because I have different skill sets which you really need.” The beach game differs from the indoor game in one huge aspect: coaching is limited, putting the onus on the players to make in-game adjustments and tactical decisions. Pairs are allowed only one timeout to go along with a technical timeout in each set when the scores add up to 21. Coaches are actually prohibited from doing any type of coaching unless it’s in a timeout situation. “It’s a lot more on the player and you seeing

SPIKE Former Anzar standout Katia Dizon had two terrific seasons playing indoor and beach

volleyball at Gavilan. Dizon has committed to play beach volleyball at Ottawa University.

compete on the track and field team. The following have all either signed or committed to play at the four-year level: Weiby to Niagara University (indoor); Viray to Ottawa (beach); Lex Chavarria to Peru State in Nebraska (indoor); and Banda and Clonts will stay teammates next season as they have committed to play for Chico State’s indoor team. Beach volleyball is exploding in popularity at all levels, especially in college. Dizon, like most of her teammates, had never played competitive beach volleyball until coming to Gavilan. Her partner, Stopper, played at Holy Names University and the two

meshed to form a cohesive unit. “We communicated well and really talked through every single play,” said Dizon, one of the most productive players in Anzar High history. “That is the most important thing because the beach game is more of a mental game. I love it because playing beach has helped me grow as a person in that I had to figure out strategies on the court and there is more independence.” Although height plays a factor in the beach game, it’s not the end all, be all to success. Stopper is 5-foot-4 and Dizon is perhaps a shade taller than 5-6. In the beach game, one player

usually stays at the net (designated as the big) and one in the back (the little). Dizon, who played the little last season, made the transition to the big this year. Despite facing taller players, Dizon more than held her own at the net. “I was still able to get up there and make some blocks,” she said. When Dizon graduated from Anzar High two years ago, she had no idea on the next step she wanted to take in life. After two amazing years at Gavilan both athletically and academically, she has direction. “Gavilan definitely helped shape who I am,” she said. “I’m ready to go on to the next chapter in my life.”


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ong time Hollister resident Ralph J. Brigantino passed away at his Hollister residence surrounded by his loving family on May 10, 2019 at the age of 94 years. Visitation will be at Grunnagle-Ament-Nelson Funeral Home on Thursday, May 16th from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with the recitation of the Rosary at 7:00 p.m. On Friday, May 17th, family and friends will meet at 11:00 a.m. at St. Benedict Church for a Mass of the Resurrection. Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery. Visit www.grunnagle. com for full obituary and condolences. Donations are preferred to Community Foundation for San Benito County – Brigantino Family Fund, 829 San Benito Street #200, Hollister, CA 95023 – Benefits Sacred Heart School

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organ Hill, Robin Adair Wise, Jr, age 83, died Sunday, March 24, 2019, from complications caused by Alzheimer’s.

Robin was devoted to his family. He leaves behind his wife of 52 years, Nancy (Carroll) Wise; his sons, Jeff and Robin; his daughter, Ann; his daughter-in-law, Deb; three grandchildren, Alex, Amanda, and Aryn; and many relatives and friends. Born in Pasadena, Robin lived for most of his life in California. The son of Robin Wise and Viola (Jacobs) Wise, Robin went into government service after graduating from the University of Southern California.

He served at the NSA, which he followed by working in Naval Intelligence, achieving the rank of Lieutenant Commander. He remained in the Navy Reserve for many years after leaving active duty, available if his country needed him. After leaving the military, Robin worked in business management and consulting before co-founding a medical device company that helped establish the international standard of care for breast cancer and melanoma. He served as President of Care Wise Medical Products from its inception in 1986 until his retirement in 2013. A member of the Rotary Club International as well as the Masons, Robin was always active in his community, and loved being with and helping people from all walks of life. He enjoyed traveling and camping, and always found joy and wonder wherever he went. He will be greatly missed. A private ceremony for immediate family will be held this summer. Please consider making a donation to Rotary International (https://www.rotary.org/en/donate or Alzheimer’s Association (https://www.alz.org) in his memory.

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LEGAL NOTICES 931 HOL - Show Name Change ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case No. CU-19-00067 NOTICE OF PETITION MICHELLE LEONARD SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN BENITO TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner: MICHELLE LEONARD filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: CATALEYA ELISA MIRANDATORRES to Proposed Name: CATALEYA ELISA LEONARD THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING - Date: 5/30/2019 - Time: 1:30 PM - Dept: N/A - Room: 1 The address of the court is: 450 FOURTH STREET, HOLLISTER, CA 95032 CIVIL DIVISION A copy of this Order To Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: HOLLISTER FREELANCE 615 SAN BENITO STREET HOLLISTER, CA 95023 Dated: FEBRUARY 22, 2019 /s/: J. OMAR RODRIQUEZ / Judge of the Superior Court /s/ AURELIA RODRIGUEZ / Deputy Clerk (Pub HF 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24)

931 HOL - Show Name Change ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case No. CU-19-00075 NOTICE OF PETITION TIMOTHY NIKOLAS BALAO SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN BENITO TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: Petitioner: TIMOTHY NIKOLAS BALAO filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present Name: TIMOTHY NIKOLAS BALAO to Proposed Name: TIMOTHY NIKOLAS OSQUISA THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING Date: 5/30/2019 - Time: 1:30 PM - Dept: N/A - Room: 1 The address of the court is: 450 FOURTH STREET, HOLLISTER, CA 95032 CIVIL DIVISION A copy of this Order To Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: HOLLISTER FREELANCE 615 SAN BENITO STREET HOLLISTER, CA 95023 Dated: FEBRUARY 22, 2019 /s/: J. OMAR RODRIQUEZ / Judge of the Superior Court /s/ AURELIA RODRIGUEZ / Deputy Clerk (Pub HF 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24)

942 HOL - Public Notice ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Gavilan Joint Community College District (District), acting through its Governing Board, hereinafter referred to as the District, will accept sealed bids for the award of the contract for the following public work: BID NUMBER MX19-001 Request for Qualifications and Proposals (RFQ) for Measure X Consulting Architectural and Related Design Professional Services Each RFQ Response must conform to the described format in the RFQ and must include the content described in the RFQ document. DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK. This RFQ is for the District's selection and retention of an architectural services firm (Consulting Architect) to provide architectural consulting services relating to the District's Measure X general obligation bond program (Consulting Services). RESPONSE TO RFQ DUE: RFQ Responses must be electronically submitted at the District's PlanetBids portal at https://www.planetbids. com/portal/portal. cfm?CompanyID=40920 no later than 4:00 P.M. (PT), on May 24, 2019. PROCUREMENT OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS: Bidding documents contain the full description of the Work. Bidders may access and download the electronic bid documents for no cost at the District's Online Vendor Portal, https://www.planetbids. com/portal/portal. cfm?CompanyID=40920 DEADLINE FOR QUESTIONS: May 13, 2019 by 4:00 PM (PT) Board of Trustees Gavilan Joint Community College District Published: May 10, 2019 May 17, 2019 (PUB HF 5/10, 5/17)

942 HOL - Public Notice ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Gavilan Joint Community College District (District), acting through its Governing Board, hereinafter referred to as the District, will accept sealed bids for the award of the contract for the following public work: BID NUMBER MX19-002 Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Measure X On-Going Civil Engineering Services Each RFQ Response must conform to the described format in the RFQ and must include the content described in the RFQ document. DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK. This RFQ is for the District's selection and retention of Consultants to provide on-going Civil Engineering services for projects assigned from time to time by the District (Assigned Projects) to consultants awarded an agreement for Civil Engineering services (Consultant Contract) relating to the District's Measure X general obligation bond program. RESPONSE TO RFQ DUE: RFQ Responses must be electronically submitted at the District's PlanetBids portal at https://www.planetbids. com/portal/portal. cfm?CompanyID=40920 no later than 4:00 P.M. (PT), on May 24, 2019. PROCUREMENT OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS: Bidding documents contain the full description of the Work. Bidders may access and download the electronic bid documents for no cost at the District's Online Vendor Portal, https://www.planetbids. com/portal/portal. cfm?CompanyID=40920 DEADLINE FOR QUESTIONS: May 13, 2019 by 4:00 PM (PT) Board of Trustees

Gavilan Joint Community College District Published: May 10, 2019 May 17, 2019 (PUB HF 5/10, 5/17)

942 HOL - Public Notice AROMAS TRI-COUNTY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING PRELIMINARY BUDGET FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on May 21, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. the Aromas Tri-County Fire Protection District, Board of Directors will meet at the District's fire station located at 492 Carpenteria Road, Aromas to consider adoption of the Preliminary Budget for fiscal year ending June 30, 2020. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the preliminary budget is available for inspection at the District's fire station located at 492 Carpenteria Road, Aromas, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. after May 21, 2019. The Aromas Tri-County Fire Protection District, Board of Directors will meet on September 17, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at the District's fire station to adopt the final budget for fiscal year ending on June 30, 2019. DATED: May 2, 2019 Theresa Volland Secretary of the Board (PUB HF 5/10, 5/17)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000125 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: CARRAZO MOTORS INC, 4 SAN BENITO ST., HOLLISTER, CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. STATE: CA AI# 4234337 CAZZARO MOTORS INC, 4 SAN BENITO ST, HOLLISTER, CA 95023. This business is conducted by: A CORPORATION C4234337 The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on 2/1/2019 and 4/4/2019 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 /s/Nancy Vigna/ Deputy /s/ANDREW SANDOVAL/ CFO CAZZARO MOTORS INC (PUB HF 5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000147 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: EL NAVEGANTE FOOTWARE , 1270 FOURTH ST SUITE F, HOLLISTER, CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. RICHARD VILLEGAS PEREZ , 727 GALINDO ST., SALINAS, CA 93905. DAVID VASQUEZ DIAZ , 781 GEE ST., SALINAS, CA 93905. This business is conducted by: A GENERAL PARTNERSHIP The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on 4/1/2019 and 4/30/2019 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 /s/Juan C. Godinez / Deputy /s/RICARDO VILLEGAS PEREZ/ (PUB HF 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000141 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: INTERIORS WITH FLAIR, 111 BEST ROAD, HOLLISTER, CA 95023. PO BOX 1180, TRES PINOS, CA 95075. COUNTY OF San Benito.

KATHERINE LEIGH NINO, 111 BEST ROAD, 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 4/24/2019 and 4/26/2019 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 /s/Peter Cefalu/ Deputy /s/KATHERINE NINO/ (PUB HF 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000150 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: MARY’S FLOWERS , 443 SAN BENITO RD., HOLLISTER, CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. MARIA DEL CARMEN SOTO GARCIA, 921 A POWELL ST, HOLLISTER, CA 95023. YANETH SOLIS SOTO , 921 A POWELL ST, HOLLISTER, CA 95023. This business is conducted by: CO-PARTNERS The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A and 5/2/2019 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 /s/Peter Cefalu/ Deputy /s/YANETH SOLIS SOTO/ (PUB HF 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

miscellaneous PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Hollister will conduct a public hearing on Monday, May 20, 2019 on or about 6:30 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. Public Facility Impact Fee Update: The City Council will consider approval of an update to the following public facility impact fees: Detention Facility (Jail/Juvenile Hall), Library, Park Construction, Storm Drainage and Water and the addition of a new impact fee for City Hall/City Yard. The impact fee reports for the update can be reviewed at City Hall, 375 Fifth Street or at the following link: http://hollister. ca.gov/public-hearing-toconsider-an-update-tothe-city-of-hollister-impactfees-for-public-facilities/ CEQA: Categorically Exempt. Si desea informacin en espaol por favor llame al 636-4360 o vistenos al 339 Fifth St. (Calle Cinco) Hollister, CA. The hearing may also be continued at the discretion of the City Council. Information on the above may be obtained from the City Development Services Department, Planning Division located at 339 Fifth Street (Phone 831-636-4316 x 16). 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 Christine Black, MMC, City Clerk Published - Friday, May 17, 2019 (PUB HF 5/17)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000143 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: GONZALEZ NAVARRO & ASSOC, 1231 FALLON RD., HOLLISTER,

CA 95023. COUNTY OF San Benito. ANDREW GONZALEZ, 1231 FALLON, 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 4/25/2019 and 4/26/2019 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 /s/Peter Cefalu/ Deputy /s/ ANDREW GONZALEZ / OWNER (PUB HF 5/17, 5/24, 5/31, 6/7)

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File Number: 2019-0000144 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as From Inside The Mat 2900 Fairview Rd SPC 32 Hollister, CA, 95023 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: Christopher Mora 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 04/26/2019 is the file date. Statement filed with the County Clerk of San Benito Peter Cefalu San Benito County Clerk 440 5th Street Room 206 Hollister, CA 95023-3843 Publish Hollister Freelance: May 17, 24, 31 June 7

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS[br /] NAME STATEMENT[br /] [b]File Number: 2019-0000158[/b][br /] The following person(s) is (are) doing business as Idyll Times Vineyards 991 Mcmahon Rd Hollister, CA, 95023 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: Nathan Wen Yung ChangThis 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 05/08/2019 is the file date. Statement filed with the County Clerk of San Benito San Benito County Clerk 440 5th Street Room 206 Hollister, CA 95023-3843 Publish Hollister Freelance: May 17, 24, 31, June 7

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS[br /] NAME STATEMENT[br /] [b]File Number: 2019-0000139[/b][br /] The following person(s) is (are) doing business as Derma Designs 625 San Benito St Hollister, CA, 95023 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: Elizabeth Becerra 2841 Valley View Road 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 04/20/19 and 04/25/2019 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 Freelance: May 17, 24, 31, June 7

934 HOL - FBNS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS[br /] NAME STATEMENT[br /] [b]File Number: 2019-0000153[/b][br /] The following person(s) is (are) doing business as Martha Botanic Garden And Nursery 490 Carr Ave. Aromas, CA 95004 COUNTY OF SAN BENITO: Martha E. Denny, Jeff P Denny PO Box 585 Aromas, CA, 95004 This business is conducted by: A MARRIED COUPLE The registrant commenced To transact business under The fictitious business name or names listed above on N/A and 05/07/2019 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 Freelance: May 17, 24, 24, June 7

942 HOL - Public Notice SAN BENITO LOCAL AGENCY FORMATION COMMISSION 2301 Technology Parkway, Hollister CA 95023 Phone: (831) 637-5313 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing by the San Benito Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) will be held on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. (or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard) in the Board of Supervisors Chambers, 481 Fourth Street, Hollister, California to consider the matters set forth below: BUSINESS ITEMS Final Fiscal Year 201920 Budget – To adopt the final budget for the annual operations of the Local Agency Formation Commission for the 2019-20 Fiscal Year. Additional information – Additional information regarding items to be considered at the meeting may be obtained by contacting the LAFCO office at 2301 Technology Parkway, Hollister CA 95023 or by calling (831) 637-5313. Janet Slibsager, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors County of San Benito Dated: May 10, 2019 Publish: May 24, 2019


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CLASSIFIEDS A section of the Gilroy Dispatch, the Hollister Free Lance and the Morgan Hill Times

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33 Stuff into the attic

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Net sAviNGs off msrP After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

$15,000

*ReSiDency ReStRictionS aPPly. **a qualiFieD coMMeRcial c S o cuStoMeR that iSS c cuRRently in BuSineSS S SS FoR o MoRe o than n 30 DayS PRioR to the Date oF vehicle PuRchaSe iS eligiBle FoR the coMMeRcial incentiveS. See DealeR FoR DetailS.

2019 DoDge CHALLeNger AUtomAtiC

$19,999

5 At this Net Price! 5 At Gilroy

MSRP .............................................................................$29,340 DealeR DiScount......................................................... -$4,841 Sale PRice ................................................................... $24,499 DoDge ca Bc Retail conSuMeR caSh*........................ -$500 DoDge ca non-PRiMe Retail BonuS caSh**................ -$250 ca chRySleR caPital 2019 BonuS caSh***.................. -$250 DoDge PeRFoRMance DayS BonuS caSh...................-$1,000 DoDge ca 2019 BonuS caSh*..................................... -$2,250 DoDge v6 BonuS caSh................................................... -$500

Net Price After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

over 50 other Cherokees to Choose From!

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

2

5 At5 AtthisGilroy Net Price!

New 2018 rAm 1500 LArAmie Crew CAB 4X4 eCo-DieSeL 4-Door NAvigAtioN

leatheR, autoMatic teMPeRatuRe contRol, wiReleSS Phone connectivity, PaRking SenSoRS & MoRe! #1 RaM Dt cRew caB DealeR in noR-cal-PeR Fca-llc SaleS RePoRt aug. 2018

DealeR DiScount oFF MSRP..........................................-$10,950 RaM ca Bc Retail conSuMeR caSh*............................. -$3,000 RaM ca non-PRiMe Retail BonuS caSh** .........................-$750 ca chRySleR caPital 2018 BonuS caSh*** ..................... -$500 RaM BonuS caSh couPon(3) ........................................... -$750 RaM ca 2018 Retail BonuS caSh* ..................................-$1,000 RaM ca 2018 BonuS caSh* .............................................-$1,250 RaM Select inventoRy BonuS caSh****.......................... -$800 RaM lD DieSel BonuS caSh.............................................-$1,000

$19,000 Net sAviNGs off msrP After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

At this Net sAviNGs #556233, 514072

DealeR DiScount oFF MSRP..........................................-$11,700 RaM ca Bc Retail conSuMeR caSh* ............................-$3,000 RaM ca non-PRiMe Retail BonuS caSh **...................... -$750 ca chRySleR caPital 2019 BonuS caSh*** ....................-$500 RaM BonuS caSh couPon (1) ..........................................-$250 RaM ca 2019 Retail BonuS caSh *...................................-$500 tRuck owneR conqueSt Retail BonuS caSh ***** ... -$1,000 2019 BonuS caSh *............................................................-$500 RaM national lD Select inventoRy BonuS caSh **** ..-$800

$15,999

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

2019 rAm 1500 Big HorN/ LoNe StAr 4-Door 4X4 Hemi AUtomAtiC

Net Price After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

$15,000

2019 Jeep CHeroKee

New 2018 rAm 2500 trADeSmAN Crew 4X4 ** Crew **DieSeL**

hurry

$13,999

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

*ReSiDency ReStRictionS aPPly. **a qualiFieD coMMeRcial cuStoMeR that iS cuRRently in BuSineSS FoR MoRe than 30 DayS PRioR to the Date oF vehicle PuRchaSe iS eligiBle FoR the on the JoB incentiveS. See DealeR FoR DetailS. ***MuSt cuRRently own oR leaSe a non-Fca light Duty caRgo van, tuRn-in oR tRaDe-in not RequiReD, cuRRent RegiStRation RequiReD.

Wireless Phone ConneCtivity, exterior rear Parking Camera, Perimeter/aPProaCh lights & more!

Net Price After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

*ReSiDency ReStRictionS aPPly. **FoR Fico ScoRS Below 620. ***MuSt Finance thRough chRySleR caPital, SuBJect to cReDit aPPRoval. ****on Select unitS in DealeR Stock. *****MuSt cuRRently own oR leaSe a non-Fca light Duty PickuP, tuRn-in oR tRaDe-in not RequiReD, cuRRent RegiStRation RequiReD.

oveR 160 otheR 1500 RAm CRew to ChooSe FRom!

oveR 30% Net SAviNGS oFF mSRP!

Net sAviNGs off msrP After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

9

At this Net sAviNGs! 9 At Gilroy

*ReSiDency ReStRictionS aPPly. **FoR Fico ScoReS Below 620. ***MuSt Finance thRough chRySleR caPital, SuBJect to cReDit aPPRoval. ****on Select unitS in DealeR Stock.

$20,000

MSRP.................................................$33,090 DealeR DiScount .............................. -$6,591 Sale PRice ........................................ $26,499 JeeP celeBRation ReBate ....................-$500

Net Price After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

$25,999

1 At this Net Price

1 iN Gilroy #275213

New 2018 CHrySLer pACifiCA HyBriD LimiteD 3 rD row seAtiNG, PArkiNG seNsors, wireless PhoNe coNNectivity & more!

-$6,888 DeALer DiSCoUNt $1,000 CHrySLer pACifiCA HyBriD CoNqUeSt BoNUS CASH** no Payments For $1,000 CHrySLer CA BC 90 Days When FinanCeD thrU Chrysler retAiL CoNSUmer CASH*** $7,500 tAX CReDit AvAiLABLe, mUSt APPLY!*

CaPital!****

oNly

8

Net sAviNGs off msrP

left At this Net sAviNGs! 8 At Gilroy

$8,888

*tax cReDit RangeS FRoM $0 to $7,500. actual SavingS FRoM the FeDeRal goveRnMent DePenD on youR tax Situation. check FeDeRal anD State weBSiteS RegaRDing ev incentiveS aS they aRe SuBJect to change with little notice. conSult youR tax PRoFeSSional FoR DetailS. **MuSt cuRRently own oR leaSe a non-Fca hyBRiD, Plug-in hyBRiD oR ev vehicle. tuRn-in oR tRaDe-in not RequiReD, cuRRent RegiStRation RequiReD. ***ReSiDency ReStRictionS aPPly. ****not all will qualiFy, See DealeR FoR DetailS.

#1 pACifiCA HyBriD DeALer iN tHe worLD!

New 2018 Jeep wrA ANgLer 4 Door

#1 pACifiCA HyBriD DeALer iN tHe worLD!

#1 PACIFICA HYBRID DEALER IN THE WORLD! • #1 PACIFICA HYBRID DEALER IN THE WORLD!

#1 PACIFICA HYBRID DEALER IN THE WORLD! • #1 PACIFICA HYBRID DEALER IN THE WORLD!

New 2018 Jeep wrANgLer oo S 4 Door SAHArA 4X4

2019 DoDge CHArger r/t SCAt pACK 6.4l heMi, 8-SPeeD autoMatic & MoRe!

MSRP ....................................................................................................$41,390 DealeR DiScount................................................................................ -$6,391 Sale PRice .......................................................................................... $34,999 DoDge ca non-PRiMe Retail BonuS caSh*......................................... -$250 ca chRySleR caPital 2019 BonuS caSh**........................................... -$250 DoDge ca 2019 Retail BonuS caSh***................................................ -$500 DoDge PeRFoRMance DayS Retail BonuS caSh.............................. -$1,000

DealeR DiScount ....................................$7,500 JeeP celeBRation ReBate.......................... $500

2 At this Net sAviNGs! 2 At Gilroy #302506,261111

$8,000 Net sAviNGs off msrP

$6,000 DeAler DiscouNt off msrP!

5At this DiscouNt/leAse offer! 5 At Gilroy

oR lease for

All Roads Lead to South County 408-842-8244

A Part of the South County Family DRive A LittLe – SAve A Lot ™

2 At this Net Price/leAse offer #532686,530883 2 At Gilroy #532686,530883

$529

Per moNth Plus tAx @SouthCountyGilroy southcountycdjr_gilroy @SC_GilroyCDJR

$32,999

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

$329

oR lease for

Per moNth Plus tAx

2019 9 DoDge CHArge CHArger Srt HeLLCAt

$529 PeR Month PluS tax 24 Month leaSe $5,000 Due at Signing incluDeS $0 SecuRity DePoSit, tax anD licenSe not incluDeD. 10,000 MileS PeR yeaR, $.50 PeR Mile theReaFteR, SuBJect to cReDit aPPRoval By chRySleR caPital.

Net Price After DiscouNts AND rebAtes

$329 PeR Month PluS tax 36 Month leaSe, $4,500 Due at Signing incluDeS $0 SecuRity DePoSit, tax anD licenSe not incluDeD. 10,000 MileS PeR yeaR, $.25 PeR Mile theReaFteR, SuBJect to cReDit aPPRoval By chRySleR caPital.

New 2018 DoDge DUrANgo Srt AwD navigation, enteRtainMent SySteM, BlinD SPot SenSoR, lane DePaRtuRe, DiStance Pacing cRuiSe contRol, leatheR & MoRe!

$13,888

DeAler DiscouNt off msrP!

5 At this DiscouNt 5 At Gilroy

All Roads Lead to South County 415-886-4929

A Part of the South County Family DRive A LittLe – SAve A Lot ™

@SouthCountyMarinCJDR southcountycdjr_marin @SC_MarinCDJR

*PER FCA SEPT 2018 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 5/19/2019.

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