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Tinio named Riverside planner

Maribeth Tinio has been named Riverside city planner. Tinio has nearly 20 years experience in planning, economic development and environmental analysis/compliance, according to a statement on the city’s website. For the last seven years, Tinio was Stanton’s interim community and economic development director and planning manager. Before that, she was …

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Barrera named new Economic Development Manager

Jorge T. Barrera has been named Riverside’s economic development manager. Currently Modesto’s economic development director, Barrera has worked in government for more than 20 years, according to a statement on Riverside’s website. Barrera’s first public sector job was development specialist in Riverside County’s economic development agency. For the past 12 …

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Stiles named PS city manager

Scott C. Stiles has been named Palm Springs’ city manager. Stiles, who has been Garden Grove’s city manager for the past seven years, is expected to begin work as the city’s top administrator on March 6, according to a statement on the Palm Springs website. He replaces Justin Clifton, who …

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Alexander appointed to school board

Felicia Alexander has been appointed to the San Bernardino City Unified School District Board. An adjunct professor at Cal State Long Beach, Alexander replaces Gwendolyn Dowdy-Rodgers, who was elected in to the San Bernardino County School Board in November, according to a statement on the city unified website. A provisional …

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San Bernardino names interim city manager

Charles McNeely has been named San Bernardino’s interim city manager. McNeely, who held that job for three years before stepping down in May 2012, replaces Rob Field, who resigned in December, according to a statement by the city. “My time in San Bernardino was special,” McNeely said in the statement. …

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Alexander named to SCAG committee

San Bernardino City Councilman Damon Alexander has been named to the Southern California Association of Governments’ energy and environment committee. Alexander will represent San Bernardino and the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority, according to a statement on the city’s website. “San Bernardino is working hard to have a greater voice …

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