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Library may go to private sector management

Inland Empire Business News 5-28-14.002

Upland might hire a private company to handle day-to-day operations of its library. Hiring Library Systems and Services Inc. could save the city $1 million during the next five years, according to a report published by the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. The company, based in Germantown, Md., wants to keep …

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LGBT project underway in Palm Springs

Inland Empire Business News 5-28-14.001

A senior-assisted living village for the LGBT community is scheduled to open this summer in Palm Springs. Stonewall Gardens, a 24-unit project, is being developed at 2150 N. Palm Canyon Road, according to a report published in The Press-Enterprise. The project will be managed by Redding-based Northstar. It’s being described …

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Houses open at Colonies

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Magnolia Heights, a 97-home tract in the Colonies in Upland, has opened. The project consists of single-family homes priced in the high $400,000 range and is one of the last housing developments planned for the Colonies, a master-planned community, according to a report published in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. …

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College official steps down

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Moreno Valley College’s vice president of student services has resigned. Greg Sandoval stepped down last month after being convicted in San Diego on corruption charges, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. Sandoval, 60, resigned in April, but the college did not announce his departure until recently. He no longer …

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Loans to small business are up

Inland Empire News for April 2.002

Recent changes to federal regulations regarding small business loans might be paying off in the Inland Empire. CDC Small Business Finance in San Diego approved $36.6 million worth of loans to small businesses in Riverside and San Bernardino counties during the first four months of this year, according to a …

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New houses for San Bernardino

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A major Inland Empire homebuilder has opened a 39-home subdivision in San Bernardino. Frontier Homes introduce The Trails at Pine Avenue in the north part of the city earlier this month, according to a report published in the San Bernardino County Sun. Frontier Homes has been on a roll recently: …

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