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Moreno Valley cracks down on fireworks

Fireworks Show Saved

Moreno Valley is scheduled to hold a Fireworks Surrender Event Saturday. For the first time in its 33-year history, the city will provide residents with a safe and convenient way to dispose of illegal fireworks, “no questions asked”, according to a statement on the city’s website. All fireworks are illegal …

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Inland Empire bus maker lands LA County contract

A Riverside company will manufacture transit buses for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. ElDorado National-California will make 295 40-foot transit buses for the authority, which provides light rail, heavy rail, and bus rapid transit services throughout Los Angeles County, according to a statement released Thursday. The contract is …

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Palm Springs to take up leaf blower ban

The Palm Springs City Council will discuss its proposed ban on leaf blowers at its July 19 meeting. The session, which will be the council’s second regularly scheduled meeting next month, was postponed because of audio and visual upgrades to the city council chamber at Palm Springs City Hall, according …

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SB bankruptcy ends

SB Releases Explanation of its Bankruptcy Actions

San Bernardino is  out of bankruptcy. The city’s plan of adjustment took effect June 15, and it has begun to make payments to its creditors according to the terms of that, according to a statement released Monday by the city. Those payments were halted in August 2012, when San Bernardino …

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RC selected for city improvement program

Innovation Awards

Rancho Cucamonga has been selected to participate in What Work Cities, a nationwide initiative sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies. The program allows cities across the United States that use data and evidence to improve the quality of living for residents to improve on those efforts  – “to go further with what …

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