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Corona City Manager Brad Robbins is stepping down. Robbins announced this week that he will step down in April after six years on the job, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. The 55-year-old Robbins began working for Corona in 1988, as an assistant planner. He worked in the planning …

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Upland Police Chief Jeff Mendenhall has announced that he will retire. Mendenhall, who has spent 32 years on the job, made the announcement Tuesday via e-mail, according to report in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. He will stay on the job until a replacement is found, a process that is …

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Larry Vaupel has been named director of San Bernardino County’s economic development agency. Vaupel, Riverside’s former economic development manager, began work Monday, according to a report in the San Bernardino County Sun. He will be in charge of three departments – Workforce Development, Community Development and Housing and Economic Development …

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Rod Pacheco, former Riverside County District Attorney, and Virginia Blumenthal, president of the Riverside Community College District board, will serve on a Riverside ethics panel. The panel, which was selected by the City Council Monday, will review the city’s ethics code, which is nearly 10 years old, and suggest ways …

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The former president of Auto Club Speedway in Fontana will move to the NBA. Gillian Zucker, who spent nine years running the race track, has been named president of business operations for the Los Angeles Clippers, according to reports. Zucker replaces Andy Roeser, who left after the team was sold …

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U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel visited the National Training Center at Ft. Irwin Friday. Hagel met with active-duty and Army reserve personnel, then observed “decisive action” training for an estimated 4,700 soldiers in the 4th Infantry Division, according to a Ft. Irwin release. Hagel addressed the troops after the …

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