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Jay Nichols has joined Lee & Associates Riverside as vice president and shareholder. Nichols, who specializes in leasing and tenant representation in shopping center transactions, has more than eight years experience in Inland Empire real estate, according to a statement. Nichols has worked with Voit Commercial Ontario, was a media …

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Christopher B. Harmon, a defense attorney from Trabuco Canyon, has been appointed to a judgeship in Riverside County. Harmon, 39, was appointed last month by Gov. Jerry Brown, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. Harmon has been in solo practice since 2013. He has been a trial attorney and …

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David Hansen has been named superintendent of the Riverside Unified School District. Hansen, an assistant superintendent in the Corona-Norco Unified School District for the past six years, will be paid $270,000 annually, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. During his time with the Corona-Norco district, Hansen was in charge …

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Eastvale City Councilman Jeff DeGrandpre has stepped down. DeGrandpre resigned unexpectedly Wednesday after accusing his fellow council members of engaging in illicit deals, causing dissension at city hall and violating California’s open-meeting laws, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. His resignation will be effective July 1. DeGrandpre was one …

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Michael Burke has been named chancellor of the Riverside Community College District. Burke, who replaces Interim Chancellor Irving Hendrick, was approved Tuesday by a unanimous vote of the district’s board of trustees, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. He will receive a base salary of $310,000 a year, a …

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Riverside County has offered Riverside City Attorney Greg Priamos the job of chief counsel. Priamos, who has led the fight against medical marijuana dispensaries in the city, has been Riverside’s city attorney since 2001 and is president of the League of California Cities’ City Attorneys Department, according to a report …

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