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Higher gas tax won’t fix state roads

California Government: More taxes on a shrinking Middle Class

Raising California’s gasoline tax to 12 cents per gallon won’t raise enough money to fix the state’s damaged roads, a report released Monday stated. While California does have some of the worse roads in the nation, money for repairs – which usually come from motor fuel taxes – is declining …

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City sets up vehicle electric charges

Moreno Valley has installed three electric vehicle charging stations in the city hall parking lot that are available to the public. The station, at Frederick Street and Calle San Juan De Los Logos, has gotten steady use since it opened during the first week of April, said Jeannette Olko, division …

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Parade entries sought

Parade Entries Sought

Moreno Valley is looking for entries for its annual Fourth of July parade. This year’s theme is Sweet Land of Liberty, and creative entries are encouraged, according to a statement on the city’s website. Community members, businesses, churches and other organizations are encouraged to apply.  The city’s Independence Day parade …

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Police chief to hold town hall meeting

Redlands Police Chief Mark A. Garcia will hold a town hall meeting May 10. Garcia will take questions from the audience and from participants via’s the department’s Facebook page at Facebook.com/RedlandsPoliceDepartment, according to the department’s website. Online questions will be answered as time permits. Garcia holds regular town hall meetings …

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New rules for Palm Springs rental units

Inland apartments part of major transaction

As of Sunday, Palm Springs has new regulations regarding vacation rentals. Vacation rental units are now limited to 32 rental agreements per year, with four more combined agreements permitted in July, August and September, according to a statement on the city’s website. Owners of vacation rentals must undergo yearly training …

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Tapes of town hall meetings made public

Audio recordings of Moreno Valley’s March 29 Telephone Town Hall meeting are available on the city’s website, www.moval.org/telephonetownhall/index. During the session, Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez took questions on a number of topics, including traffic enforcement, potholes and possible locations for a second library, according to a statement on the city’s website. …

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