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The two residents in April spoke during the public comment period at a Hollister City Council meeting and complained about the Hazel Street block's increase in gang activity, drug use, other general crime, loitering and threatening activities. They said much of the bad behavior came from people who didn't actually live on the block. They explained that most of the residents are original homeowners and senior citizens who felt scared to leave their homes. At that April meeting, Gutierrez and Ramos asked council members and the police chief for help in their effort to take back the neighborhood.