Sunday , February 28 2021

City / County News

Some Riverside residents to get help with electric bill

Riverside Calls for Cuts in Electricity Use

Riverside has approved financial help to low-income residents who have lost income because of COVID-19. Customers who get their electricity from the city’s public utility, and who meet specific criteria, are eligible for one $250 credit on their bill, according to a statement on the city’s website. The city council …

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Riverside to use federal grants to help small businesses

Riverside will provide grants of up to $7,500 to small businesses to help them get through the COVID-19 crisis. The city council last week approved the Small Business Emergency Microgrant Stabilization Program, which will use $1.87 million in recent U.S, Community Development Block Grant funds to provide the grants, according to …

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Moreno Valley to reopen some parks

Dog park to reopen

Moreno Valley is reopening some parks beginning today, although social distancing and face-covering requirements will remain in place. The partial reopening applies to open spaces and trails, courts for non-contact sports, the Equestrian Center, Hound Town Dog Park and Cottonwood Golf Center, according to a statement on the city’s website. …

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Riverside County supervisors delay CV vote

Riverside County officials have delayed a decision on whether to rescind four orders from the county’s public health officer regarding the Coronavirus pandemic. After an 11-hour meeting Tuesday, the board of supervisors agreed unanimously to resume discussion of that proposal during a special meeting scheduled to be held Friday, according …

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Economic panel to advise Riverside County on reopening economy

Riverside County has established an economic recovery task force that will advise the board of supervisors on when, and how, to reopen the local economy. Business and community leaders from throughout the county make up the task force, which was put together by the five-member board and is expected to …

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