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Landfill expansion has some residents crying foul

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The El Sobrante Landfill near Corona is getting larger, and that as some Inland residents up in arms. Waste Management Inc. is building a new area that will accept more trash at the landfill, which is already one of the 10 largest waste facilities of its kind in the United …

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Jurupa Valley loses battle regarding power project


A Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge has ruled against Jurupa Valley in its bid to block a major power-line that Riverside and Southern California Edison want to build.   Judge Thomas McKnew ruled Friday that Riverside has met the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act regarding the Riverside …

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San Bernardino chooses reform panel


A nine-member panel that will study and possibly recommend changes to San Bernardino’s city charter has been appointed. The group, which was announced Monday, has until May 19 to recommend any changes to the City Council if those changes are to be included on the November ballot, according to a …

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Top city executive dismissed

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Banning City Manager Andy Takata has been fired. In a closed session during Tuesday’s council meeting, council members voted unanimously to dismiss Takata, effective immediately, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. The council then issued a statement, read by the city’s contract attorney, declaring they had lost …

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Lawsuit seeks to block apartment development

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A homeowners group has sued the city of Murrieta in an attempt to block a 112-unit apartment complex. Murrieta Community Values Organization filed a lawsuit in Riverside Superior Court last week that named the city and Golden Eagle Multi-Family Properties LLC in Irvine as defendants, according to a report first …

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Norco moving cautiously on developing former weapons-testing site

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The 430-acre parcel, still plagued by environmental problems, was sold recently and is seen as a place for commercial development, but what ends up being built there is impossible to say just yet It might be one of the most unusual pieces of commercial property anywhere, certainly in the Inland …

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