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Charter Reform in San Bernardino Hits a Roadblock

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The appointed citizen’s committee appears to be running into some difficult challenges as it works to make recommendations to the San Bernardino City Council for charter reforms. None of those challenges are more insurmountable than the timeline the committee and the city council has for placing a measure on the …

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Merritt calls for special investigation into DA Ramos

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San Bernardino County District Attorney Mike Ramos, up for re-election in June, is now under fire by his opponent San Bernardino County Deputy District Attorney Grover Merritt for drafting a letter of recommendation that resulted in the county awarding a lucrative $20 million, three-year, indigent defense contract to Earl Carter’s …

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Profile your Customer/Client/Patient

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By Steven Lynn If you’ve never completed an exercise on developing your client profile, I would challenge you to drop everything and do one right now. Taking this action will save your businesses lots of time and money, but only if you’re interested in working less and keeping more. It’s …

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Office building fetches $7.1 million

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A Class-A office building in Corona has been sold. The three-story structure sold recently for $7.1 million and was a little more than half occupied when escrow closed, according to a statement released this week. Avison Young’s Irvine office represented the buyer, Providence Capital Speed Fund II LLC, which is …

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City says no more medical benefits for elected officials

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Upland has agreed to end all healthcare benefits for its elected officials. The move, which the city council approved Monday, will save the Upland about $103,000 a year, according to a report first published in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. Council members will lose their benefits after the election this …

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Credit union’s quarterly income tops $3 million

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Riverside-based Altura Credit Union reported net earnings of $3.04 million and total assets of $731 million for the quarter that ended March 30. During the same quarter in 2013, Altura posted earnings of nearly $5 million on top of assets of $718.1 million, according to Acura’s latest quarterly report, which …

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