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Improvements to Thousand Palms Canyon Road to begin

Traffic Cones in Inland Empire

Riverside County has approved major upgrades to a 4.2-mile stretch of Thousand Palms Canyon Road. Work will include resurfacing, building five‑foot‑wide paved shoulders for bicyclists, and installing a pair of turn pockets that will make it easier to access the Coachella Valley Preserve, according to a statement on the county’s …

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Corona will conduct quality-of-life Survey

Corona will conduct a survey to determine how residents view their quality of life. City officials will work with Polco, a consulting firm in Middleton, Wisc., according to a statement on the city’s website. Corona will be able to compare their results with inquiries made in similar-sized communities throughout the …

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AV planners get first look at downtown plan

Apple Valley set to adopt district map

Apple Valley’s plan to revitalize its downtown is scheduled to be presented to the town’s planning commission May 18. The Village Specific Plan is a blueprint for development and public improvements in a 651-acre section of the town, as well as a means to preserve that part of Apple Valley’s …

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SB OK’s another street improvement project

San Bernardino has approved a $2 million street improvement project. The upgrades will be made on a two-and-one-half mile stretch of Sierra Way between 3rd and 30th streets, according to an agreement approved by the city council earlier this month. I.E. General Engineering in Beaumont was awarded the contract. Work …

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State grant to fund Riverside jobs program

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

Riverside has received a $4.4 million state grant it will use to create jobs for local youth. The Riverside Youth Job Corps was introduced May 3 by Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson at news conference at the Bourns Youth Innovation Center, according to a statement. Accompanied by U.S. Deputy Secretary of the …

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