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August 15, 2022

Resident says councilmember ‘harassed’ husband

A Morgan Hill resident has publicly accused a city council member of verbally accosting him at a recent public event, although perceptions of the incident differ among those who were involved or witnessed it.  During public comment at the June 15 Morgan Hill City Council...

Sheriff candidate charged with perjury

A 48-year-old Cupertino woman who ran for the position of Santa Clara County sheriff in the June 7 primary election has been charged with perjury for allegedly saying she had the law enforcement experience required to qualify for the job, prosecutors said. Anh Colton, who...

Pellerin, Lawler hold lead in 28th Assembly District election

Retired Santa Cruz County Clerk Gail Pellerin holds a steady lead in the four-way race for the 28th Assembly District, according to election officials. Results from the June 7 primary election, posted on the California Secretary of State’s website, show Pellerin leading the vote tally...

Arenas, Khamis lead in District 1 Supervisor election

Two veterans of San Jose politics appear to be headed toward a runoff election in November for the Santa Clara County District 1 Supervisor’s seat, as Sylvia Arenas and Johnny Khamis solidly lead the five-candidate field that includes two longtime South County officials.  Balloting closed...

Primary Ballots Trickling In, Approaching Record Low Total

Although a near-record 81.5% of eligible Californians were registered to vote as of May 23 — the highest percentage heading into a gubernatorial primary election in 68 years — just 14% of them had returned their ballot as of June 6, according to a...

Under court order, city council nixes non-contiguous district map

The Morgan Hill City Council this week finally selected a new district map that legal and demographic experts agree complies with state and federal laws. The council met May 18 to consider a new redistricting map, pursuant to a Santa Clara County Superior Court order...

Judge strikes down Morgan Hill council district map

A Santa Clara County Superior Court judge has struck down an electoral redistricting map selected by the Morgan Hill City Council earlier this year, and ordered the body to choose a new map that complies with the law. Judge Julie A. Emede issued the ruling...

Lawyer who threatened to sue Morgan Hill now defends city in redistricting dispute

Morgan Hill’s city attorney has recused himself from a lawsuit filed by former Mayor Steve Tate earlier this month over city council redistricting. Defending the city from the legal action instead is a local lawyer who had threatened to sue the council if it...

Downtown lane reduction measure goes to Nov. 8 ballot

Morgan Hill’s voters will get to decide in the Nov. 8 election if any future attempt to reduce the number of lanes of Monterey Road through the city’s downtown should be determined by a popular citywide vote. But it’s possible the city council will implement...

Former mayor sues city over redistricting

After the Morgan Hill City Council spent months in public discussions and soliciting input from residents and redistricting experts, the courts are likely going to decide which boundaries will apply in local elections for the next 10 years. Former Mayor Steve Tate is one of...

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