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Riverside to help businesses with tax compliance

Riverside has a established a tax amnesty program for businesses. The program began Jan. 1 and is scheduled to run through June 30, according to a statement on the city’s website. The Business Tax Amnesty Program helps companies that have either fallen behind in their payments or did not know …

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SB looks for developers for downtown project

San Bernardino is soliciting bids from developers interested in developing the city’s planned 5th Street Gateway Project. The project is planned for a vacant 6.5-acre parcel downtown immediately east of Interstate 215, according to a city staff report. City officials are recommending that some of the land be used for …

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City implements online system to report minor traffic accidents

The Menifee Police Department has started an online traffic collision program that is available to the public. The system is for non-emergency, non-injury traffic collisions as well as hit-and-run traffic collisions that don’t have suspect driver or suspect vehicle information, according to a statement on the city’s website. All collisions …

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New town manager for High Desert city

Starting next month, Apple Valley will have a new town manager. Doug Robertson, currently Victorville’s city manager, is scheduled to take over as Apple Valley’s top administrator Jan. 2, according to a statement. He will replace Frank Robinson, who retired in July. Robertson, who has worked for San Bernardino and …

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City upgrades wastewater plant

Riverside has completed the largest public works project in the city’s history, a multi-million dollar renovation of its wastewater treatment plant. The high-tech project, which city officials marked with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, took nearly five years to complete. It included installing new equipment and adjusting some treatment techniques, according to …

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Art work wanted

Moreno Valley is looking for some artists. Anyone who lives or works in the city may submit their art work for possible display in city hall, the city council chamber and several other facilities, according to a statement on the city’s website. The Art Loan program is meant to “enhance …

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