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County to conduct annual homeless study

Riverside County is asking for volunteers to survey its homeless population. The 2019 Point-in-Time Homeless Count and Survey is scheduled to be held from 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Jan. 29, according to a statement. The one-day event identifies how many homeless people there are in the county on one …

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Murrieta gets energy-saving lights

Murrieta has become the first Riverside County city to receive thousands of energy-saving streetlights provided to them by the Western Riverside Council of Governments. The lights, which were installed earlier this month, are retrofitted with LED fixtures that reduce light pollution, improve public safety and save an estimated $60 million …

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Website addresses unfunded pensions

Riverside has set up a website that will help residents understand how the city is dealing its unfunded pensions and the potential liability associated with them. The city must “address the difference between the current and future resources that exist to cover expenses related to providing retirement benefits for current …

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SB Police land traffic grant

Ontario Police get new Patches

The San Bernardino Police Department has received a $458,000 grant that will pay for a 12-month enforcement and public awareness program regarding traffic safety laws. That funding, from the Office of Traffic Safety, will teach people about safe roadway habits and generally promote behavior that prevents traffic injuries and fatalities, …

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Inland city receives environmental award

City Presents Environmental Award

Rancho Cucamonga has received a Cool Planet Award from The Climate Registry, a non-profit agency that designs and operates greenhouse gas compliance programs in the United States and Canada, and Southern California Edison. The Cool Planet Award recognizes Southern California Edison business customers who “implement energy efficiency projects, conduct energy …

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Grant to be used for neighborhood upgrades

Riverside will receive a $3 million grant that it will use to buy 7.5 acres of blighted land in the Northside section of the city. The grant for the Northside Heritage Meadows Project was part of a recent $24.7 million program sponsored by the California Natural Resources Agency, money earmarked …

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