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County investment pool hits record high

San Bernardino County’s Investment Pool, which provides funding for the county’s K-12 schools, community colleges and special districts, reached a record $11.6 billion on April 21. That was an increase of about $1 billion during the previous five months, growth attributable to a strong Inland economy and a “robust” growth …

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Ontario looks to build a big park

Ontario looks to build a big park

Actually a very big park. Ontario Great Park will cover 370 acres and stretch 3.5 miles, as its currently planned. The project will take decades to complete, but development of the first phase could start next year.     Ontario is working on a 370-acre project that won’t include one square …

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Airport retailer extends ONT contract

ontario airport passenger count

Hudson, an operator of more than 1,000 airport convenience stores in North America, has signed a 10-year contract extension with Ontario International Airport. The agreement is the latest in a multi-year pact between the airport and the New Jersey-based company, according to a statement released today. Contract terms were not …

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Palm Springs to hold state of city

Palm Springs to hold state of city

Mayor Lisa Middleton will deliver Palm Springs’s annual State of the City address May 3 at the historic Plaza Theatre. The event, which will include a community awards ceremony, is scheduled to start at 6 p.m., according to a statement on the city’s website. The Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce …

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City to discuss proposed homeless facility

Victorville project will help homeless

Palm Springs is scheduled to hold a virtual meeting April 27 regarding a proposed a homeless navigation center. The virtual meeting will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. via Zoom, according to a statement on the city’s website If approved, the project will be located at 3589 McCarthy …

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Major road closure slated for Norco

Beginning April 25, Mountain Avenue between First and Second streets in Norco will shut down, a closure expected to last until August. That action is because of construction on the first phase of Palomino Ranch, a two-million-square foot industrial project that broke ground earlier this month, according to a statement …

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