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Riverside selects new city manager

Riverside selects new city manager

Mike Futrell has been named Riverside’s next city manager. Currently South San Francisco’s  city manager, a position he had held for nearly nine years, Futrell is scheduled to replace interim City Manager Michael Moore in January, according to statement issued by Riverside. Moore, who has held the interim position since …

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San Bernardino police officer honored

San Bernardino police officer honored

Sherri Adams, San Bernardino’s first African-American female police officer, has been honored by the city. During a ceremony held Nov. 22, an exhibit honoring Adams was unveiled at the San Bernardino Police Department Museum, according to a statement by the city. Adams served 16 years before she retired in 2001. …

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Marin to be honored by CSUSB

Actor-comedian Richard “Cheech” Marin will receive Cal State Bernardino’s first President’s Medal. The award, the highest award the school can give to a non-attendee or non-graduate, is scheduled to be presented Nov. 30 at the President’s Dinner at the Mission Inn in Riverside, according to a statement on the university’s …

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Lilley to lead Riverside EDD

Jennifer A. Lilley has been named Riverside’s director of economic and community development. Lilley, who has worked for more than 30 years in planning and development, spent the last two years as Stanton’s economic and community development director and was Brea’s city planner five years before that, according to a …

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Newkirk joins state higher education committee

Krista L. Newkirk, University of Redlands president, has been named to the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities’ executive committee. Newkirk joins University of Redlands trustee Eugene Mitchell and former trustee Fran Inman on the committee, which works to advance the association’s higher education policy, according to a statement …

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Camacho named head nurse for Temecula Valley Hospital

Angie Camacho has been named Temecula Valley Hospital’s chief nursing officer. A registered nurse for more than 20 years, Camacho was most recently administrator and chief nursing officer at Chino Valley Medical Center and San Dimas Community Hospital, according to a statement on Temecula Valley’s website. She began working for …

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