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LA reluctant to hand over airport documents

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Attorneys for Los Angeles are asking a Riverside County Superior Court judge to reconsider her order requiring the city to give Ontario nearly 400 documents pertaining to Ontario’s lawsuit that seeks control of Ontario International Airport. Judge Gloria Connor Trask issued the order Friday after both sides agreed to the …

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Inland industrial market should stay strong in 2015

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Brokers say the market, which was outstanding in 2014, is showing no signs of letting up. Big-box projects will once again lead the way, but looking for smaller industrial buildings – 300,000 square feet and below – to pop up in both counties. No one can argue that the Inland …

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Jumbo loans in California are easier to obtain today than a year ago

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For many first time homebuyers the process of purchasing a home can be a daunting one, from choosing a trustworthy realtor, to being assaulted with unfamiliar industry terms and obtaining a loan. Depending on the purchase price of the selected unit, many homebuyers will not be required to understand the …

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Congressional candidate Steve Adams will continue to represent people, not party

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I had a dynamic conversation with Riverside City Councilman Steve Adams who is throwing his hat into the Congressional race for the 41st District this November. If elected he would represent Riverside, parts of Moreno Valley, Perris and Etiwanda. After our discussion he has won my vote; we need someone …

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Obamacare Part II: Locals grapple with the new healthcare program

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Technical problems aside, there’s disagreement about whether the program is best way to get health care to the masses and what it means for businesses   Riverside County Supervisor John Tavaglione did an interesting thing during this year’s Claremont McKenna-UCLA Inland Empire Forecast Conference, which was held last month at …

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Locals watch problems with Obamacare website

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Too many last-minute changes, unrealistic deadlines might have caused the disastrous rollout of the healthcare.gov. The question now is how to fix it. As Obama Administration officials and its technology experts try to work out the mess that is the Affordable Care Act website, one website designer in the Inland Empire …

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