The Anza Valley monument is finally complete on the east side of town on Highway 371. Anza has scheduled an unveiling 2 p.m. Thursday, April 11 at the sign. Supervisor Stone as well as all the people who volunteered time and materials to make this project a reality will be there.
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Share/Bookmark The last day to file 2012 federal and state income tax forms without requesting an extension is Monday, April 15, 2013. The U.S. Postal Service encourages tax filers to plan well in advance of the deadline. In the Inland Empire, only the San Bernardino Processing and Distribution Center will be extending retail service on […]
Share/BookmarkIn introducing the 2013-14 fiscal year budget workshop, County Executive Jay Orr wrote in a memorandum to the board of supervisors, “While the county balanced the FY 12-13 adopted budget, going forward significant risks and challenges remain. Although the Executive Office anticipates modest revenue growth long-term, beginning in FY 13-14, the county also confronts steep […]
Share/BookmarkThis week, San Bernardino National Forest Supervisor Jody Noiron announced Arturo Delgado as her choice for San Jacinto District Ranger. Delgado is currently the Forest Wildlife biologist on the Angeles National Forest and plans to begin at the San Jacinto Ranger District the week of May 20. He replaces Laurie Rosenthal, who retired in January.
Share/BookmarkAt its March 26 meeting, the county Board of Supervisor’s approved a “Roadmap for Public Safety.” This action preceded the board’s first budget hearings for fiscal 2013-14, which begins July 1, which were held Monday, April 1. Fifth District Supervisor Marion Ashley submitted the road map. The approval formally sets public safety as the county’s […]
Share/BookmarkOn March 30, the Riverside County Fire Department Hazard Reduction Office mailed a Notice of Violation and Order to Abate to property owners that have not cleared parcels with overgrown weeds, dry grasses and other flammable vegetation. The annual hazardous vegetation abatement inspections have been completed by fire personnel on vacant parcels within the Riverside […]
Share/BookmarkEvery two years Community Action Partnership of Riverside County (CAP Riverside) does a county-wide community assessment survey of Riverside County’s low-income residents. Throughout the month of March, CAP Riverside has been collecting surveys and gathering feedback at community focus group meetings. The data that have been collected and concerns that have been voiced will be […]
Share/Bookmark Assistant District Attorney Michael Hestrin has announced his intentions to challenge Riverside County District Attorney Paul Zellerbach in the next election. Just three years ago, June 2010, Zellerbach, a Superior Court Judge, unseated Rod Pacheco, the incumbent district attorney. Hestrin is the attorney who prosecuted Raymond Oyler for arson and murder in the Esperanza […]
Share/BookmarkJohn Exline has been selected as the new deputy Forest Supervisor of the San Bernardino National Forest. He is currently the district ranger for the Hume Lake District of the Sequoia National Forest/Giant Sequoia National Monument in Dunlap, Calif. “John’s extensive 32-year career in the Forest Service and his experience in California make him a […]
Share/BookmarkDuring the California Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Subcommittee on Health and Human Services hearing earlier this month, Dr. Howard Backer, director of the state’s Emergency Medical Services Authority, indicated that the administration currently has no plan to maintain three emergency mobile field hospitals in the next fiscal year. These field hospitals can be deployed […]