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Riverside gets housing grant

Riverside gets housing grant

Riverside has received a $2.4 million grant that it will use to build affordable housing. The money, from California’s Pro-housing Incentive Pilot Program, will help develop two projects that will create 232 affordable housing units, according to a statement on the city’s website. The projects are Mulberry Gardens and Sunrise …

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Riverside County ponders 15 percent budget hike

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

Riverside County will consider a 15 percent increase in its budget for the 2023-’24 fiscal year, which will start July 1. The county’s preliminary budget, which the Board of Supervisors discussed earlier this month, recommends spending $8.6 billion on “vitals services” during the next 12 months, according to a statement …

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Moreno Valley adds public WiFi

Moreno Valley has added WiFi Gardens to four public facilities. The upgrades at Bayside, Patriot and Moreno Valley Community parks and Towngate Community Center brings the total number of public facilities equipped for public, password-free access to the Internet to 29, according to a statement on the city’s website. “Everyone …

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SB group will seek out city’s homeless

Victorville project will help homeless

San Bernardino is scheduled to launch an eight-member homeless outreach team on June 15. Team members will find homeless individuals in the city and connect them with housing, transportation, and other services, according to a statement on the city’s website. “As we promised, San Bernardino is taking action to address …

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PSP partners with ad agency

Palm Springs International Airport

Palm Springs International Airport has hired a Southern California advertising agency to create ads that will be displayed in the airport. The three-year agreement with Fuse will “reimagine” the city-owned airport’s in-house advertising, with an emphasis on giving local businesses more opportunities to make themselves known there, according to a …

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