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Marketing effort for OIA

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Ontario International Airport has begun a $150,000 marketing campaign. The month long campaign, which will promote flights to the airport, started Monday at different locations throughout Riverside and San Bernardino counties, according to a report in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. The advertisements, a combination of digital and traditional billboards, …

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Council to get revised warehouse project

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One of the country’s largest developers of logistics facilities is scheduled to go before the Moreno Valley City Council tonight with a cut-down version of a proposed development. San Francisco-based ProLogis had proposed building six industrial buildings that combined would have covered about 2.2 million square feet, according to a …

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City might directly elect its mayor

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Moreno Valley voters will decide next month whether to elect the city’s mayor or keep the current practice of letting the city council choose the mayor from one of its five members. The city’s Nov. 4 ballot includes three measures related to the potential change: one of those, Measure R, …

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Fire department backers flex their muscle

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Supporters of the Hemet Fire Department struck back this week at the city’s attempt to shut down the department and contract with Riverside County for fire and paramedic services. About 6,000 signatures were submitted to the city clerk’s office Tuesday by residents who want to place a referendum on the …

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GOP candidate meets with women’s group

Steve Adams Meets Womens Group

A local Republican congressional candidate met recently with the Inland Empire chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners. Riverside City Councilman Steve Adams, a candidate for the 41st Congressional district seat now held by Mark Takano, D-Riverside , discussed several issues of concern with the group, including too …

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State water use down

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Californian’s are apparently cutting the amount of water they use. The state’s water agencies reported an 11.5 percent decline in use during August compared with August 2013, the largest month-over-month reduction this year, according to an Associated Press report. August was the first full month of mandatory water cuts and …

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