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Carpool lane planned

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Caltrans will soon open a carpool lane on Interstate 215 between Riverside and San Bernardino. The project, which will cover about 7.5 miles, will fill in a blank space on the highway that runs more than 70 miles, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. Caltrans has been working on …

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Corona passes severe water restrictions

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Corona residents who have lawns will have to cut their watering in half or risk being fined $1,000 a month. The city council last week passed that measure unanimously in an attempt to cut the city’s yearly water use by more than two billion gallons, according to a report in …

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No special election for pot issue in Upland

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A proposal that would overturn Upland’s ban on medical marijuana dispensaries will not be decided in a special election. Superior Court Judge David Cohn this week denied a request by the California Cannabis Coalition to hold a special election that would decide the issue, opting instead to leave the matter …

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Logistics project may go to voters

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Moreno Valley residents may decide the fate of a proposed major logistics facility. Councilman Jeffrey Giba proposed this week that World Logistics Center – a project large enough to cover more than 700 football fields – be placed on the local ballot rather than be decided by the council or …

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Board considers major water actions

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The Riverside County Board of Supervisors is considering drastic measures to deal with the drought. Proposed changes to the county’s landscaping ordinances could include a ban on lawns at new homes built in unincorporated parts of the county, according to report in The Press-Enterprise. During a special meeting Monday, the …

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San Bernardino to unveil bankruptcy plan

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San Bernardino gave the public its first look at how it plans to get out of bankruptcy and restore itself to financial respectability yesterday. City officials declined to release details ahead of time, but said they’re confident the plan will be approved by the bankruptcy court and ultimately will succeed …

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