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Riverside picks interim city manager

Lee McDougal has been named Riverside’s interim city manager. McDougal, who held the same title three years ago, was scheduled to begin work Monday, according to a statement on the city’s website. He replaces John A. Russo, whose employment was terminated by the city council last week. McDougal spent 18 …

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Palm Springs ballot measure will decide fate of short-term rentals

The city already has an ordinance that places severe restrictions on the practice, but critics say it’s not enough. On June 5, Palm Springs voters will decide whether to ban short-term vacation rentals in their city’s residential neighborhoods. Measure C would prohibit the rental of an apartment or single-family residence …

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SB County lieutenant honored by LA Kings

A member of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department was honored Sunday by the Los Angeles Kings before the start of their playoff game with the Vegas Golden Knights. Lt. Jim Considine, who was severely wounded while on duty in a 1997 shooting, was named  “Hero of The Game” and …

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Pipeline repairs will curtail water use

City Lifts Water Restrictions

Nearly one million consumers on the Inland Empire’s west end are being asked to cut back on their water use for six days later this month. Residents in Montclair, Claremont, Chino, Chino Hills, Upland, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana and La Verne will be affected by the request, which is being …

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Palm Springs wants to know about problems with rental properties

Palm Springs Vacation Rentals

Palm Sprints is asking its residents to use the city’s vacation rental hotline if they encounter problems with a rental property in their community. The number, which is maintained by the city’s Vacation Rental Compliance Department, is (760) 322-8383. “The vast majority of people renting out their homes are complying …

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Local mayor named to federal panel

Mayor Acquanetta Warren

Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren has been appointed to the U.S. Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee. Warren will help advise the Office of U.S. Trade Representatives on trade policy between the state and local governments and the United States, according to a statement. Her four-year term began April 4. “I understand the …

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