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San Bernardino County deserves it’s fair share, vote yes on EE

By Jeff Burum Historically, the County of San Bernardino, has not received its fair share of support from Sacramento. The Inland Empire has never garnered the attention, respect, and most importantly, the funding necessary to support the needs of our region. For proof, look to the Governor’s May Budget revision. …

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Addressing Racial Equity through Homeownership

Addressing Racial Equity through Homeownership

By Tim Roberts It has long been acknowledged that homeownership is one of the greatest wealth building tools in America.  It is the American Dream – buying a home of our own, having the ability to decorate it to our personal liking, and having a place for our children to …

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Setting the record straight on balanced energy policies

By Eric Hofmann I am the President of Local 132 of the Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO (UWUA).  I represent over 4,000 men and women working throughout Southern California to provide safe, affordable, responsive and environmentally responsible natural gas to over 20 million Californians, nearly 6 million households, and …

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It’s Time To Embrace Sensible Development

As previously seen in the Chino Champion By: Jay Prag The October 26th article in the Chino Champion “Chino Valley hit with state housing numbers” is a wake-up call; heck, it’s an outright sign from above that Chino housing development choices are not going to stay in hands of Chino’s …

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The Best Way to Finance a Remodeling Project

By Phillip B. Burum Buying and maintaining a home can be the best investment any American will make in their lifetime. Investing wisely in the upkeep and renovation of one’s home is crucial to the financial success of the investment.  This is the reason we celebrate National Remodeling Month in …

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Mayor Valdivia needs and deserves a bulletproof majority

Letters to the Editor Juan Figueroa for San Bernardino City Council I have spent much of my career in public relations and public affairs advocating on behalf of development projects, residential, commercial, private and public.  I learned this trade under the tutelage of one of the smartest men I ever …

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