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There is renewed interest from property owners and a developer to possibly build thousands of homes on the El Rancho San Benito land where DMB proposed the 6,800-unit community before departing nearly three years ago.
DMB informed San Benito County officials today the company has officially withdrawn its proposal for the 6,800-unit El Rancho San Benito development northwest of Hollister off Highway 25, a planning official confirmed.
The 6,800-unit El Rancho San Benito project survived an
Four of five supervisors today rejected a proposal that would
An application for the proposed 6,800-unit development just
The news came in hard and fast this year. The city started construction on its long overdue wastewater treatment facility, ensuring economic growth in the coming years. A San Juan Bautista company was linked to a nationwide E. coli outbreak that sickened 200 people and possibly caused three deaths. This year, Hollister learned an important lesson about its annual motorcycle invasion after attempting to cancel it. In November, voters rejected a measure that would have allowed developers of a proposed 4,400-home senior community to skirt local building caps, while another proposed large development remains on track. A few weeks later, Hollister broke ground on a new wastewater treatment plant that will allow development, stalled by a state moratorium, to resume. A June fire devastated the historic St. Francis Catholic Retreat, destroying priceless artwork and religious artifacts.
A majority support DMB's proposals, but a polling expert says
Seventh annual fair in San Juan Bautista to feature mix of
Residents will vote on new mini-city, but county supes will have
Hollister – El Rancho San Benito Developer DMB Associates has offered to give about 11 acres of land it owns along Highway 25 to the San Benito Council of Governments to be used for planned safety improvements on the busiest road in the county.