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Applicants for City Commissions Sought

City of Fontana

Fontana is accepting applications for the city’s planning and parks and community services commissions. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and live in the city of Fontana, according to a statement on the city’s website. The five-member planning commission is appointed by the city council. It reviews development …

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Hemet can’t wait for Measure U

Hemet Measure U

Hemet’s police and fire departments won’t have to wait for Measure U, the one percent sale tax increase city voters approved Nov. 8, to start generating revenue so they can make much-needed upgrades to their respective departments. The city has agreed to take money from its reserve fund – about …

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Moreno Valley Helps Residents Deal with Storms

Free sandbags in Moreno Valley

Moreno Valley is providing free sandbags in anticipation of damage done by the recent heavy rainstorms. Empty sandbags and loose sand will be available at the City Yard Main Office, 25180 Santiago Drive, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunnymead Ranch Fire Station No. 48 at the southwest corner of Sunnymead …

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High Desert Lands Minor League Baseball Team

Lease Dispute Between Adelanto and Baseball Team Heats Up

High Desert baseball fans will have a minor league baseball team to watch next season. The High Desert Yardbirds of the Houston-based Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs will begin playing next May at Adelanto Stadium, according to statement released by the league. The Yardbirds, an independent team, will play …

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City Loses Water Ruling

Judge Refuses to Toss Corruption Charges

Claremont will not be allowed to take control of its water supply through eminent domain. The city has not proven that its plans to operate its water system would maintain the level of quality, safety and reliability provided by Golden State Water Co., Los Angeles County Judge Richard L. Fruin …

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National Park to Expand

Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree National Park could be expanded by 20,000 acres. The National Park Service is recommending adding a combination of federal, state and private land to the park in the Eagle Mountain area of Riverside County, according to a recent statement on the park service’s website. A report by the …

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