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Sheridan to deliver Lake Elsinore state of city

Lake Elsinore Mayor Timothy J. Sheridan will deliver the annual state of the city address Oct. 20. Hosted by the Lake Elsinore Valley Chamber of Commerce, this year’s address will focus on attracting businesses, infrastructure projects and investments in the local community,  according to a statement on the city’s website. …

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McNiff named Staters’ COO

Greg McNiff has been named Stater Bros. Markets’ chief operating officer. McNiff, who has been Stater Bros.’ president since he joined the company three years ago,  will oversee marketing, retail and distribution departments, according to a statement on the company’s website. “Greg is known for being a compassionate leader, and …

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Wilhite to fill SB County position

Christopher Wilhite has been named San Bernardino County’s assessor-recorder. Wilhite has spent more than 22 years in public service in the assessor-recorder-clerk’s office as lead appraiser, according to a statement on the county’s website. He replaces Robert Dutton, who passed away in June. Dutton won the June primary for the …

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Takano praises MoVal homeless programs

Rep. Mark Takano, D-Riverside, met with Moreno Valley Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez and a Salvation Army official about possibly expanding the city’s homeless services program. Takano heard a presentation from Salvation Army Capt. David Cain about the city’s Homeless to Work program, which allows homeless people to work part-time beautifying Moreno …

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Johnson is ACE fellow at UofR

Austin H. Johnson is the University of Redlands American Council on Education fellow for the 2022-23 academic year. An associate professor in the school of education at UC Riverside, Johnson will work closely with President Krista Newkirk during his time on the Redlands campus, according to a statement on the …

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Longtime Chino employee promoted

Silvia Avalos has been named Chino’s director of community services. A Chino resident, Avalos began working for the city in 1998 as a community services specialist, according to a statement on the city’s website. She worked as a social worker for Los Angeles County, then returned to Chino in 2000 as …

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