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Meetings will address district maps

Palm Springs is holding the latest in a series of meetings regarding its shift to district elections. The sessions, which will conclude at the end of next month, will refine the five proposed district maps before the city council, according to a statement on the city’s website Community forums are scheduled …

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Homeless conference to be held

The San Bernardino County Homeless Partnership will host its 11th annual Homeless Summit next month. The one-day event, to be held in collaboration with the county Office of Homeless Services, is scheduled to be held Nov. 14 at the Ontario Airport Hotel, 700 N. Haven Ave., according to a statement. …

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Online event to help charities

An online event meant to generate donations to nonprofit organizations in San Bernardino County is scheduled to be held Oct. 30. GiveBIG San Bernardino County encourages people to go online that day and donate to their favorite local charity, then mark their donation vial social media by using #GiveBIGSBCounty, according …

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SB County’s future auditor-controller holds fundraiser

Ensen Mason, San Bernardino County’s incoming auditor-controller/treasurer/tax collector, held a fundraiser Oct. 18  at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse Wine & Bar in Rancho Cucamonga. The event, which was MC’d by California Republican Party Chairman Jim Brulte, raised “tens of thousands of dollars” to help pay Mason’s campaign debt, according to a …

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City looks to fill charter committee

Riverside is looking for volunteers to serve on the city’s Charter Review Committee. The 15-member committee is made up registered voters who live in the city, according to a statement on the city’s website. It reviews the charter every eight years and recommends possible amendments to place before voters if …

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SB County may change how some residents pay for fire, paramedic services

Measure E foe open to general tax

A single fire protection district service zone would be more equitable and create more revenue, officials say. San Bernardino County is looking to restructure the way some of its residents pay for fire protection and emergency medical services. Under a proposal that the Board of Supervisors is scheduled to discuss …

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