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Water Restriction to Stay in Place

Water Restriction to Stay in Place

The Riverside City Council voted Tuesday to extend its emergency water conservation measures into this fall. The vote, which leaves those restrictions in place through Nov. 7, will affect all Riverside Public Utilities and Western Municipal Water District customers within the city, according to a statement. Major restrictions include no …

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Affordable Housing Project Approved

Affordable Housing Project Approved

Moreno Valley has approved a 141-unit affordable housing development. Boulder Ridge, a multi-family project, will be built on 8.6 acres of open space at the southeast corner of Alessandro Boulevard and Lasselle Street, said Marshall Eyerman, the city’s chief financial officer. The project, which will be built in two phases, …

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City Health Panel Seeks Applicants

Chino Hills Healthy Hills Steering Committee

Applications are being accepted for an opening on the Chino Hills Healthy Hills Steering Committee. The panel, which meets four times a year, addresses heath issues and seeks to make the city a safer and healthier place to live, according to a statement. In addition to its quarterly meetings, members …

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Road Widening Almost Complete

Road Widening Almost Complete

A major road-widening program in Corona is nearly finished. The expansion of Green River Road to six lanes [three in each direction] between the 91 Freeway and Palisades Drive will be finished in about one month, according to a statement posted on the city’s website. Construction on the project began …

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Riverside Joins Federal Education Program

Riverside Joins Federal Education Program

The Obama Administration has added Riverside to its program that trains people to land jobs in information technology. The city’s inclusion in TechHire was announced last week in a 22-page statement released by the White House. Fifty communities throughout the United States are now participating in TechHire, more than double …

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New Chamber Leader Sets Ambitious Goals

Karen Gaffney

Karen Gaffney, new head of the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce, wants to host more events and develop an open relationship with the city’s business community. This is her third chamber position, and Gaffney believes she can accomplish more in Rancho Cucamonga than she did in her previous jobs. On …

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