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City / County News

Temecula looks to fill board vacancies

The Temecula City Council is looking for three people to serve on the Old Town Local Review Board and two people to serve on the planing commission. To be eligible for either position, one must be a Temecula resident and a registered voter when the application is submitted, according to …

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Moreno Valley to host public safety expo

Moreno Valley will hold its fifth annual Public Safety Exposition next month. The event is scheduled to be held from 10 a.m. to 2  p.m. April 14 at the Moreno Valley Civic Center, 22850 Calle San Juan de Los Lagos, according to a statement. Police and firefighters will stage several …

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City to host call-in town hall session

Moreno Valley Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez will host a Telephone Town Hall. The event, scheduled to be held 6 p.m. March 29, will allow residents to discuss their concerns about various local issues, according to a statement. The Telephone Town Hall is an ongoing event designed to make it easier for …

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SB State of the County scheduled

The annual San Bernardino County Regional Business Forum and State of the County is scheduled to be held March 13 at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. This year’s event – the theme is Driving the Future of Business – will study how the county is creating a strong business …

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City’s rebate program promotes alternative fuels

Fontana is offering a $500 rebate to any city resident who buys an alternative fuel/high-efficiency vehicle from an authorized dealership in the city. The Fontana Alternative Fuel Program is being sponsored by the city’s economic development division, according to a statement. Besides being a city resident, anyone eligible must have …

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Crime down in Riverside County

Violent crime in the parts of Riverside County patrolled by the county sheriff’s department dropped 8.8 percent in 2017. Property crimes also fell in those areas, which include both cities and unincorporated sectors, by 1.6 percent last year, according to data released Monday by the department. With the exception of …

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