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Bill would restore funds to IE cities

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A bill that would restore millions of dollars to the four newest cities in Riverside County has passed a state Senate committee. In a unanimous and bipartisan vote, the Committee on Government and Finance on Wednesday passed the bill sponsored by Sen. Richard Roth, D-Riverside, according to a report in …

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Tougher water restrictions proposed

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Some larger urban water users in California may have to cut their usage by 35 percent during the next 12 months. A plan released Tuesday by the State Water Resources Control Board would require more conservation from cities and towns with the highest per-capita consumption rates, according to multiple published …

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Attorneys donate to local non-profit

Inland Empire News April 8th, 2015

The San Bernardino County Public Attorneys Association has donated $1,000 to Option House Inc., a San Bernardino-based non-profit that assists victims of domestic violence. “On behalf of the women and children served through Option House, I want to thank the San Bernardino County Public Attorneys Association for their donation to …

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Decision on liquor license delayed

Inland Empire News April 8th 2015

The Pomona City Council has postponed a decision on whether to allow a Walmart to sell alcohol. The council was to have voted Monday on a recommendation by the planning commission to grant a Walmart Neighborhood Market a license to sell alcoholic beverages, but that action has been delayed until …

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Brown orders cuts in water use

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Gov. Jerry Brown Wednesday ordered statewide mandatory water restrictions, the first such action in the state’s history. Brown told the California Water Resources Control Board to implement restrictions designed to cut water use by 25 percent, according to published reports. The move, which will affect residential, business and agricultural water …

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West-end water could get more expensive

Water Getting Expensive in Inland Empire

The price of water on the west end of the Inland Empire might be going up. Under a recent proposal, water rates in that market would be based on the amount of water used, which could mean higher rates for water agencies that rely more on imported water, according to …

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