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Large fines possible for excessive water use

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California officials are officially cracking down on excessive water users. The State Water Resources Control Board on Tuesday adopted mandatory restrictions on watering lawns that would include fines of up to $500 for each violation, according to published reports. Residences, businesses and public agencies must abide by the restrictions, which …

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State home sales down

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Single-family home sales in California remained sluggish in June. Nearly 395,000 units were sold statewide last month, the eight consecutive month that sales were below 400,000, according to data released Wednesday by the California Association of Realtors. That was a 1.5 percent increase compared with May but a 4.8 percent …

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Pursue Excellence not Perfection

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Recently I received the following email from a client facing a tough issue with an employee who was put on notice for poor performance. Is too much expected of us as CEOs? We are expected to know it all, be the best, never make a mistake, and be perfect in …

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Office complex sold

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A two-building office complex in Murrieta has been sold. The buildings at Interstate 15 and Kalmia Street sold for $7.75 million, according to Avison Young, the commercial real estate firm. Avison Young’s Irvine office represented the seller, Village Walk Square LLC, and the buyer, Village Walk Murrieta LP. The sale …

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Retail sales keep positive momentum – barely

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National retail sales posted a modest gain – 0.1 percent – during the week that ended Saturday. That marked the fifth consecutive week of sales growth throughout the country, according to the International Council of Shopping Centers and Goldman Sachs Weekly Chain Store Sales Index, which was released Tuesday. Year-over-year, …

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Anti-Development Efforts Hold Back Job-Creating Solar Project

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A clean energy company is continuing its fight to build a job-creating solar power generation facility on 23 acres in unincorporated Apple Valley. Clean Focus Corporation was denied its conditional use permit request via a 3-0 vote by the San Bernardino County Planning Commissioners on June 19, and is appealing …

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