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City settles federal lawsuit

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San Jacinto has settled a housing discrimination lawsuit with the U.S. Department of Justice. The 2012 lawsuit claimed the city discriminated against disabled residents by restricting where group homes for the disabled could operate, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. City officials signed a consent decree, which means the …

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City might OK food vendors

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Lake Elsinore might be on the verge of allowing food trucks on its streets. The City Council is scheduled to consider an ordinance Tuesday that would permit food trucks in public areas if they get mobile vending and business licenses from the city and a health permit from Riverside County, …

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City Manager steps down

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Upland is looking for a city manager. Incumbent Stephen Dunn announced at Tuesday’s council meeting that he will retire effective June 30, according to a report in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. Dunn was hired in 2011 after serving as interim city manager and finance director, and things went well …

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Southwest Riverside County is the place for growth

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Lake Elsinore was the fastest-growing city in California with a population of 50,000 or more between 2012 and 2013, having grown 3.3 percent during that time, according to a report published by The Press-Enterprise. Two other cites in Southwest Riverside County – Temecula and Menifee – were among the 10 …

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