By Tim J. Randall “The First Law of Economists: For every economist, there exists an equal and opposite economist. The Second Law of Economists: They’re both wrong!” No doubt readers have heard a joke about economists such as this, or perhaps like this: “If you laid all the economists in the world end to end,
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Union Pacific Railroad has closed on the sale of its Hollister-to-Gilroy track to Palo Alto-based San Benito Railroad LLC, according to public records.
The so-called Hollister Branch Line runs about 12.5 miles mostly through San Benito County. No price was recorded on the deed.
The track had been considered a linchpin in a plan to develop thousands of homes northwest of Hollister. That’s because the line could provide passenger rail service from a proposed community there to Gilroy, where passengers…
Gov. Neil Abercrombie has released more than $41 million for capital improvement projects in Hawaii, including $6.5 million for the design and construction of improvements to dams and reservoirs on Kauai and Maui.
“Since taking office, this administration has released more than $1.5 billion for capital improvement projects across the state, investing in priority improvement and upgrades that will directly benefit the people of Hawaii,” Abercrombie said in a statement. “These projects are contributing…
Maui veterans will soon be able to receive services at a one-stop shop — a $9.9 million, 15,000-square-foot facility that will co-locate existing services and organizations.
Craig Oswald, a strategic planner for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ VA Pacific Islands Health Care System, told PBN that the VA has approved the funding for the new facility, which will involved choosing a site, possibly a land purchase or land use agreement and the design and construction of the building.