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On The Move

Mayor Acquanetta Warren

Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren has been selected to participate in the Governing Institute’s Women in Government Leadership Class of 2018. Warren will be the only elected representative from California to participate in the year-long program, which “promotes and supports elected women leaders across the nation,” according to a statement on …

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Steve Adams Meets Womens Group

Steve Adams, a former Riverside councilman, is returning to his old job. The City Council on Monday tapped Adams to fill the vacant Ward 7 seat, said Phil Pitchford, city spokesman. A former Riverside police officer, Adams was one of 10 applicants for the seat. It became vacant last month …

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Gwendolyn Rodgers has been named Humanitarian of the Year by the San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation. Rodgers, a San Bernardino resident, member of the San Bernardino City Unified School District board and a long-time community activist, received her award Sept. 8 during an event at the National Orange Show in …

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Scott R. Andrews has been appointed president and chief executive officer of Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley. Andrews’ appointment was announced Wednesday at the bank’s annual shareholders meeting, according to a statement. He was also elected the bank’s director. Andrews, who has worked in banking for more than 40 years, …

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David Justice has been promoted to executive vice president of the Redlands-based Alta Vista Credit Union. For the past two years, Justice has been Alta Vista’s vice president of lending, where he has overseen lending, collections and marketing, according to a statement. “Under David’s leadership, Alta Vista has had stellar …

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On The Move

Julia Gouw has been named to the Ontario International Airport Commission. Gouw, former president and chief operating officer of Pasadena-based East West Bank, replaces Lucy Dunn, who resigned in July after serving for five years, according to a statement. “We could not be happier to welcome Julia to the commission,” …

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