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In Memory of E.Z.

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The headline on IE Business Daily read “Enterprise Zone Holds One Last Workshop.” With this headline we are reminded that the one egalitarian economic incentive program for businesses in the State of California will die shortly. The program was put on death watch by Governor Jerry Brown and its suicide …

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Jack In The Box franchisee buys Murrieta property

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A company that franchises Jack In The Box restaurants has bought a parcel at the Gateway Plaza shopping center in Murrieta and will build one of the fast-food restaurants there. Murrieta-based DMSD Property LLC bought the property, which covers a little more than a half-acre, from Sierra Lane Partners LLC, …

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Federal grant for Perris Valley Line is made official

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Construction is expected to start in January on the long-planned Perris Valley Line transportation project. Federal officials announced the approval of a $75 million grant for the project, which fills in a major funding gap on the $248 million project, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. About …

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Inland Empire Auto Dealerships Remain a Cash Cow for their Cities

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The sales tax doesn’t always stay in the local community, but cities still go to great lengths to land, or keep, a dealership. San Bernardino is a prime example. Three years ago, during the height of the recession, owners of the automobile dealerships at the San Bernardino Auto Center decided …

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Fast-food protests reach Inland Empire

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A nationwide protest by fast-food workers came to the Inland Empire this week. The protestors were calling attention to the low wages that are paid in the fast-food industry and are hoping to get the federal minimum wage raised to $15 an hour, according to multiple published reports. Demonstrations were …

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P-E names new editor

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Michael Coronado has been named editor of The Press-Enterprise. Coronado replaced Nels Jensen, who is stepped down weeks after Dallas-based A.H. Belo sold the newspaper to Freedom Communications, according to a report originally published in The Press-Enterprise. Coronado’s appointment was announced last week. Coronado, 43, was a reporter with The …

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