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Moreno Valley breaks ground on park

Moreno Valley broke ground Monday on what will be its 33rd park. Santiago Park will cover nearly four acres next to March Middle School, which is at 15800 Indian St., according to a statement on the city’s website. The park will include shade shelters, restroom, lighted trail path, playground, multi-use …

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Menifee starts “shop local” campaign

Menifee has partnered with local businesses and the city’s chamber of commerce to get residents to shop locally. “Menifee Forward” will encourage residents to shop at Menifee businesses, especially during the COVID-19 crisis, according to a statement on the city’s website. “We have an enormous responsibility to our local businesses …

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SB County program helps businesses deal with COVID-19

San Bernardino County’s Education, Engagement, and Enforcement Program, which is designed to help businesses cope with COVID-19, is apparently off to a solid start. During its first two weeks, workers from Environmental Health Services visited approximately 1,650 businesses and got an “overwhelmingly positive” response from owners and managers, according to …

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Palm Springs seeks volunteers

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Palm Springs is seeking applicants for several boards and commissions. Positions are available on the architecture advisory committee, historic site preservation board, human rights commission, rent review commission, and sustainability commission, according to a statement on the city’s website. Applicants must live, work or go to school in Palm Springs. …

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Water remains one of California’s highest priorities

California is looking at a three-front battle regarding the management of its future water supply, according to California’s Secretary of Natural Resources. “We’re looking at a real challenge,” said Wade Crowfoot, the keynote speaker at the annual Southern California Water Conference, hosted by the Baldy View Chapter of the Building …

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