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Riverside park to see return of pedal boating

Perris using Clean California Grant to pay for park upgrades

After a five-year absence, pedal boating will return to Fairmount Park Lake in Riverside. The city council recently approved a contract to dredge the lake and make it deep enough for boats, according to a statement on the city’s website. “Pedal boating is a quintessential Fairmount Park experience,” Mayor Patricia …

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Riverside to auction tax-defaulted properties

Nearly 2,500 Riverside County properties are at risk of being sold by the county due to their tax-default status. Excluding any last-minute payments, the parcels will have been in default for five years on July 1 due to insufficient payment of property taxes, according to the county Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office. …

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Eastvale seeks federal help for projects

Cal State University San Bernardino receives grant money

Eastvale is asking for federal funding to help it develop a civic center, library and police station. The city is seeking $28 million from the Congressional Directed Spending and Community Project for those projects, which provides money annually for projects that enhance quality of life, according to a statement on …

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San Bernardino fires city manager

Redlands to redraw council districts

San Bernardino City Manager Charles Montoya has been fired. During a closed session May 22, the city council voted unanimously to terminate Montoya’s contract without cause, according to multiple reports. Montoya held the city manager’s position for eight months. No explanation for his dismissal was given. The council also voted …

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