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Prop. 21 draws local, statewide opposition

More than 100 elected officials from throughout California, including more than 20 from the Inland Empire, have formally declared their opposition to Proposition 21. The list includes county supervisors, mayors, city council members, city clerks, and board members, according to a statement. If passed, Prop. 21 would allow local governments …

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Home prices stay up despite COVID-19

Home Prices Increase

Nationwide home prices rose nearly six percent in August year-over-year, according to data released Tuesday. Consumers are continuing to purchase single-family homes despite COVID-19, which has helped keep mortgage rates low, Irvine-based CoreLogic reported in its monthly assessment of U.S housing prices. Inventory, however, continues to drop, falling 17 percent …

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Moreno Valley receives clean energy award

City Presents Environmental Award

Moreno Valley has been named a “Clean Energy Champion” city by Southern California Edison. The public utility recognized the city for its conversion of more than 9,400 streetlights to brighter, energy-efficient LEDs, according to a statement on the city’s website. That project saves more than 2.5 million kilowatt hours a …

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Threshold Aviation Adds Hangar

Threshold Aviation Group has expanded its operations at Chino Airport. The company that manages, stores and refurbishes private jets for clients worldwide has acquired Hangar 1, one of four hangers at the San Bernardino County-owned airport, according to a statement released today. Hangar 1 has about 50,000 square feet to …

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SB County releases latest COVID-19 data

Two hundred and seventy-four more people in San Bernardino County have tested positive for COVID-19. There were 962 county deaths as of Saturday, and county officials reported no more Sunday, according to multiple reports.  An average of 5.3 deaths per day were reported last week. Also, 170 confirmed cases and …

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Some Riverside facilities to reopen

Riverside reopened more city facilities Tuesday that were closed because of COVID-19. In-person public comments also returned to city council meetings – the council met at 1 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall – although city officials will continue to provide virtual services, and email statements will still be accepted, according …

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