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September 25, 2020

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In upset, Marques claims 2-year seat

In the major upset of Election Day in Gilroy on Nov. 6, incumbent Dan Harney lost to slow-growth advocate Carol Marques for...

Four Council incumbents face challengers

Four City Council positions are up for election in November, and all four incumbents are seeking re-election and face challengers.The last day...

Council OKs 4 percent raise for cops

The Gilroy City Council Aug. 6 unanimously approved a new contract and salary schedule for the Gilroy Police Officers Association, providing officers...
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Council OKs Hecker Pass ‘agri-tourist’ plan

  A divided Gilroy City Council on July 2 narrowly approved an “agri-tourist” commercial development near Hecker Pass Highway (CA 152) and Santa Teresa Boulevard. Four...

City releases some info on policies

Nearly two months after the death of Steven Juarez in police custody, friends and family of the Gilroyan are not giving up in their...

Council looks to fill vacated seat

The Gilroy City Council voted unanimously to appoint a new council person to replace Paul Kloecker, who died last month.  People who want the...

Heartlands Estates gets green light from city

GILROY—Families in the market for a new home could soon set their sights on Gilroy, following approval of the tentative map and architectural and site plans by the Gilroy City Council of Arizona-based developer Meritage Homes’ Heartlands Estates project.

Split council rejects more sign law talks

GILROY—On a split vote, the Gilroy City Council Monday handed a defeat to business leaders seeking to ease restrictions of advertising banners.

Mayor leads push to strip Gilroy Welcome Center of funding

GILROY—In a move that was a “total surprise” to the leadership of the Gilroy Welcome Center, Mayor Don Gage led a push Monday night to slash $200,000 from the organization that promotes tourism, the city and its businesses around the world and redirect the money to the city’s general fund to support activities for at-risk youth.

Planning commission seeks slow, measured growth

GILROY—Planning commissioners want compact development over the next 20 years, not sprawling, urban expansion.