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Riverside raises tree trimming budget

Riverside plans to be more diligent about maintaining its trees. The city council on Tuesday voted to take $3 million in Measure Z funds and use it to pay for tree trimming, according to a statement on the city’s website. The work, which will involve trimming 21,0000 to 23,000 trees …

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City releases environmental study

Fontana has released the environmental impact report section of its general plan update. The report is now available for a 45-day review that will end July 23 according to a statement on the city’s website. City residents will also be able to comment on the draft EIR at the planning …

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SB County honors health-conscious residents

Innovation Awards

The San Bernardino County County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday gave out 56 Vision2BActive Awards, a new program designed to improve health and wellness in the county. “We are proud to celebrate the efforts of our fellow neighbors, friends and coworkers who are meeting the challenge to stay active, whether …

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Annual SB County study underway

Survey: Ontario residents like their city

A research entity at Cal State San Bernardino is conducting its yearly study of county residents to determine how they feel about their quality of life. The Institute of Applied Research and Policy Analysis has received more than 1,000 responses via telephone but only about 50 via the internet for …

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Riverside makes staff changes

City of Riverside

Riverside has reorganized part of its executive staff at the behest of its new chief executive. City Manager Al Zelinka, who took office last month, has announced several changes, including promoting two department heads – Lea Deesing and Rafael Guzman – to assistant city manager, according to a statement on …

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Palm Springs to hold meetings on district elections

Palm Springs will hold a series of public hearings regarding its planned shift to district city council elections. The first session is scheduled to be held at 6 p.m. June 20 during the regularly scheduled council meeting at city hall, according to a statement on the city’s website. Additional city …

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