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Moreno Valley preps for some major development

Nason Street Corridor Project covers 1,800 acres, but for right now the city is focusing on a small piece that is city owned.  Armed with a $150,000 grant from the Southern California Association of Governments, Moreno Valley is considering what it might do with approximately 60 acres of open space …

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Moreno Valley to hold State of City

Moreno Valley will hold its annual State of the City event Aug. 22 at the Conference and Recreation Center, 14075 Frederick St. The event is scheduled to begin at 11:30 a.m. Mayor Yxstian Gutierrez will deliver the keynote address, which will be a look back at the city’s achievements during …

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Rancho Cucamonga has big plans for former train stop

The former Etiwanda Pacific Electric Depot is badly in need of repair, and the city is looking for an outside party to help with its restoration. What the building will be transformed into has yet to be determined. Rancho Cucamonga is trying to bring back a piece of its distant …

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Palm Springs solar power efforts acknowledged

City Reaches Solar Power Agreement

Palm Springs has been recognized for promoting solar power. The city received a gold designation from the National SolSmart Program, which is overseen by the The Solar Foundation and the International City/County Management Association and funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Energies Technologies Office, according to a statement …

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SB County to hold property auction

San Bernardino County is preparing for its annual auction of tax-defaulted properties. The online event, scheduled to be held Aug. 4 through Aug. 10, will have more than 500 properties that have had unpaid taxes related to them for five years or more, according to a statement. Opening bids start …

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Moreno Valley, school district form partnership

Moreno Valley and the Moreno Valley Unified School District have established a joint program designed to help special needs students. The Mayor’s Apprenticeship Program Promoting Employment Development will allow students to gain work experience, according to a statement on the city’s website. The agreement, the first of its kind between …

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