Wednesday , April 17 2024

City / County News

Bill seeks to cleanse Inland water supply

Rep. Norma Torres, D-Ontario, and Rep. David Valadao, R-Hanford, have introduced a bill meant to reduce nitrate and arsenic in drinking water. If passed, the Removing Nitrate and Arsenic in Drinking Water Act will provide $15 million a year to help remove those substances from drinking water, according to a …

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Former Carousel Mall developer files lawsuit

The developer hired and dismissed by San Bernardino to redevelop the Carousel Mall property is suing the city for violating its contract. The city terminated its agreement with San Bernardino Development Co. “unilaterally” and with no warning nearly one year ago, according to a lawsuit filed March 28 in San …

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Moreno Valley adds WiFi Gardens

Study: SC office market will continue to struggle

Moreno Valley has installed free WiFi Gardens at three parks: Lasselle Sports Park, El Portero Park and Woodland Park. The city now has WiFi Gardens, which allow residents to use the internet in city facilities, in 32 places, according to a statement on the city’s website. “Our WiFi Gardens continue …

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Perris to transfer water/sewer systems

Southern California Water Conference returns to Ontario

Perris has decided to transfer its water and sewer systems to the Eastern Municipal Water District. The Perris city council and the district’s board of directors have both approved the move, which Perris officials have been considering for several years as a way to reduce maintenance costs, according to a …

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State funding will help underprivileged students

UCR receives Carnegie designation

UC Riverside will use a $5 million state grant to help underprivileged attend college without accumulating large debt. The funding from the Office of the Governor’s California Volunteers program will allow the university to place more than 150 students in the program’s three highest priority classes: K-6 education, climate action, …

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