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Michael Beck and Toxic Politics – Part Two

Michael Beck and Toxic Politics – Part Two

Nick Kipley As stated in part one of this article, and as is stated by his official City of Pasadena online Bio, Michael Beck was in charge of the Department…

Court Now Accepting Civil Grand Juror Applications

The Riverside County Superior Court is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications from qualified citizens interested in being nominated to serve as civil grand jurors for the…

Riverside traffic cameras now a thing of the past

Riverside traffic cameras now a thing of the past

by Vickie Vértiz While the traffic camera program ended in September of 2014, the white boxes and attached poles are still where they were first installed. For the past eight…

Smart Code Project Delayed

by Vickie Vértiz City zoning codes are facing new challenges, or what some might see as opportunity. In 2013, planning officials in the city of Riverside began discussing a plan…

DUI Crackdown by Law Enforcement Across the State Through Jan.1

In an effort to stem the rise in impaired driving crashes traditionally seen around the holiday period, the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) announced the start of the December…

Rep.Schiff Announces Federal Funding

Rep.Schiff Announces Federal Funding

On Monday morning Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Congressman Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) announced that Congress has included $5 million in FY 2015 funding bill, also known as the CROmnibus, for…

Steve Badgett Named Interim Assistant City Manager

Deputy General Manager/COO of Riverside Public Utilities has served City for 24 years Steve Badgett, a key member of the Riverside Public Utilities management team for nearly 15 years, has…

Tough Competition for Ambulance Company Contracts

by Vickie Vértiz It is starting to look like Riverside will now be allowing four new companies to provide non-emergency ambulance service in the city, reported The Press-Enterprise. On Tuesday,…

Fatal Hit and Run Traffic Collision Update – $10,000 Reward Offered

On Monday, August 10, 2014, at about 2:00 AM, members of the Riverside Police and Fire Departments responded to reports of a collision involving a vehicle vs. a bicycle near…

Downtown protesters say they’ll gather again

By Vickie Vértiz Like many other seasonal activities across the country, the Festival of Lights was interrupted by civil unrest after a grand jury failed to indict police officer Darren…

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