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Local businesses to get state tax credits

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Five San Bernardino companies have been awarded major tax credits from the state of California for creating jobs. All five business were recognized by the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development for having created a combined 1,148 jobs during 2014 according to a county statement. The award, which was …

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Former FAA officials stand up for Ontario International

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Ontario International Airport needs to be revived for the benefit of the national airport system, according to a former Federal Aviation Administration official. William Withycombe, former regional administrator for the aviation administration’s Western-Pacific region, told the Ontario International Airport Authority this week that Ontario International’s importance is more than regional, …

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State water use down

Inland Empire Nursery to Reduce Water Use

Californians cut their water use by 22 percent in December, thanks in part to some much-needed rain throughout the state. Gov. Brown called for a 20 percent reduction in water use after declaring a drought emergency late last year, and state residents are apparently getting the message: per capita use …

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OIA traffic up

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Passenger traffic was up at Ontario International Airport last year. The Los Angeles-owned airport served 4.1 million passengers in 2014, up from 3.9 million passengers in 2013, according to Los Angeles World Airports, the agency that owns and operates the facility. That’s an increase of nearly four percent, a noticeable …

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Pomona denies electronic recycler

The Pomona City Council has denied a permit for a electronic waste collection and transfer facility. By a 4-3 vote, the council decided Monday to leave in place the planning commission’s decision to deny the proposed facility a conditional use permit, according to a report in the Inland Valley Daily …

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Council to consider lakeshore development

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The Lake Elsinore City Council is scheduled to decide whether to allow residential development along the northeast shore of Lake Elsinore. If the council makes the necessary zoning changes, houses could then be built along that stretch of land for the first time in 35 years, according to a report …

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