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Riverside Named Winner of “StartUP in a Day” Competition

City of Riverside Awarded for Business Friendliness

Earlier this month the City of Riverside was presented with an award for cutting red tape and helping new business start up. On August 5 the U.S. Small Business Administration names Riverside as a winner in the national “StartUP in a Day” competition. The competition was created to encourage cities …

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Changes on Redlands’ State Street, but Cuca’s Remains

Cucas in Redlands Remains

State Street, the tree-lined centerpiece of downtown Redlands comprised of historic buildings and locally-owned businesses, continues to undergo a facelift. On the west end of the road near Tennessee Street, the next phase of the city’s Pavement Accelerated Repair Implementation Strategy (PARIS) will commence on August 31. Meanwhile, the boutique …

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Annual water conference tackles drought

SB County water conference scheduled

California’s drought should not slow down the state’s housing industry, although home builders must continue to do everything they can to build houses that save water, a panel of experts said Friday. The four-member group, part of the Ninth Annual San Bernardino County Water Conference at Cal State San Bernardino, …

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Council OK’s massive logistics project in Moreno Valley

Inland Empire Business News January, 2015.007

The Moreno Valley City Council Wednesday approved the World Logistics Center, ending three years of sometimes bitter debate within the city on a project that likely will transform not only Moreno Valley but the entire Inland Empire. The 3-2 vote concluded a 16-hour public hearing that was held over three …

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Vote nears on logistics project

Inland Empire Business News January, 2015.007

The battle over a massive warehouse project propose for Moreno Valley raged on Tuesday, as residents on both sides of the issue voiced their opinions and occasionally traded insults during a contentious city council meeting. The World Logistics Center would cover 40.6 square feet – roughly the size of 700 …

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City Council hears details of massive warehouse proposal

Inland Empire Business News January, 2015.007

Moreno Valley residents lined up Monday to show their support for the World Logistics Center, the massive industrial project that its developer says will bring 20,000 jobs to the city. During a special city council meeting that grew heated on several occasions, backers of the project told the council the …

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