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Moreno Valley names new police chief

David Kurylowicz has been named Moreno Valley’s police chief. A captain with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Kurylowicz will replace Joel Ontiveros, according to a recent statement on the city’s website. Kurylowicz, a graduate of Moreno Valley High School, has 25 years experience in law enforcement. He will be in …

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Physician receives leadership award

Prem Reddy, the well-known physician, entrepreneur and philanthropist, has received the 2018 Inland Empire Leadership Award from Claremont Graduate University. Reddy was honored during recent Industry Day festivities, an annual event that examines “how innovation is shaping information systems and technology world,” according to a statement. This year’s event was …

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County headquarters named after supervisor

A  portion of Riverside County’s headquarters will be named after Supervisor John Tavaglione. The board of supervisors voted Tuesday to name the County Administrative Center Annex after Tavaglione, who has served on the board for more than 20 years, according to multiple reports. In a statement, Tavaglione called it “a …

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Yucaipa names mayor and mayor pro tem

Yucaipa has a new mayor and mayor pro tem. Greg Bogh, former mayor pro tem, has been selected to succeed Dick Riddell, according to published reports. Councilman Bobby Duncan has been named mayor pro tem. The council has also decided to change the way it fills those positions. Rather than …

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Medical center names COO

Kurt Weinmeister has been named chief operating officer at Dignity Health – St. Bernardine Medical Center in San Bernardino. Weinmeister, who has been a health care executive for more than 30 years, will oversee day-to-day operations and be responsible for advancing the hospital’s longterm strategic goals, according to a statement. …

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Palm Springs names city clerk

Anthony Mejia has been named Palm Springs’ next city clerk. Currently chief city clerk in South Pasadena, Mejia’s appointment was announced Monday by City Manager David H. Ready. Mejia, who has more than 13 years experience in local government, is scheduled to take office Dec. 4. “Anthony has a wealth …

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