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The Redlands Recreation Division is offering Chess Wizards Online, for children ages 5 to 12 on Zoom weekday afternoons beginning Monday, April 5, taught by Amanda Seymour.

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Redlands’ Recreation and Senior Services Division will offer free tax assistance appointments from 9 to 11 a.m. Mondays and Tuesdays beginning March 1 at the Redlands Community Center parking lot, through AARP Tax Aid.

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Assemblyman James C. Ramos has introduced a five-bill mental health package that covers children’s crisis centers, suicide prevention, timely care and compensation for domestic terrorist attack victims, and ensuring that health-care facilities dealing with involuntary confinement of the ment…

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Redlands has begun updating the Housing Element of the city’s General Plan. The current Housing Element details the city’s housing goals from the year 2013 through 2021 and must be updated every eight years.

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The Redlands City Council unanimously approved an agreement with Parsons Water and Infrastructure, Inc. to begin Phase 2 of the Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvement Project and an additional appropriation of $3.5 million during its meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 16.

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State Sen. Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh has introduced Senate Bill 336 to ensure local communities are aware of any changes to the state or local public health orders by requiring them to be posted to relevant websites and shared with local organizations at least 72 hours before changes go into effect.

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The Redlands City Council unanimously approved a $1 million agreement with American International Environmental Inc. to provide consulting services for landfill gas engineering support, on-call service and regulatory reporting for the California Street Landfill during its meeting on Feb. 2.

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After a presentation on the Transit Village Specific Plan on Tuesday, Feb. 9, the chairman of the Redlands Planning Commission called it the one of the best he has ever seen.

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The Redlands Recreation Division will host a free virtual eye health seminar designed for residents 55 years and older from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23, presented by Dr. Jeffery Ing of Loma Linda University through a secured Zoom meeting.

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Redlanders for Responsible Growth Management, which is leading an initiative to prevent hi-rise buildings in the city, received a 120-day extension to collect the valid signatures needed for its petition.

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The Redlands City Council issued a proclamation that declares February as Black History Month in the city.

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In December 2020, the city of Redlands completed the $10.8 million Pavement Accelerated Repair Implementation Strategy (PARIS)  program, rehabilitating more than 400 miles of streets and improving the city’s pavement rating from one of the lowest in the state to one of the highest.

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U.S. Rep. Jay Obernolte, a Republican elected to represent the 8th Congressional District on Nov. 3, has rejected a demand from the San Bernardino County Democratic Party to resign because of his call for the rejection of Electoral College results for Arizona and Pennsylvania in the presiden…

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Construction on the 9-mile Arrow corridor for the Redlands Passenger Rail Project is more than 80% complete, with bridge construction almost 100% complete.

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The Redlands Planning Commission voted unanimously on Tuesday, Jan. 12, to revoke Splash Kingdom’s conditional use permit.

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U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar on Wednesday joined 222 fellow Democrats and 10 Republicans to impeach President Trump on charges of inciting a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol to prevent Congress from affirming the votes of the Electoral College on Jan. 6.

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The Redlands Planning Commission unanimously voted to recommend the City Council consider a three-building, 147-unit apartment complex at 1205-1219 N. University St.

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After a lengthy discussion during its meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 16, the Redlands City Council unanimously decided to table a resolution that would have changed the mayor and mayor pro tempore’s selection process and their terms of office.

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The race for State Senate District 23 is officially over. San Bernardino County released its final certified election results on Dec. 1.  Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh (Republican) narrowly beat her opponent Abigail Medina (Democrat) with 139,334 to 132,380 votes.  In Riverside County, the Registrar …

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Final election results released Tuesday by San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters Bob Page shows that Redlands’ Measure T, the one-cent sales tax increase, passed by 5,266 voter — more than 57% of the vote.

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U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar was elected vice chair of the House Democratic Caucus on Thursday, Nov. 19, beating Rep. Robin Kelly of Illinois by a vote of 148-82.

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Republican Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh has pulled ahead of Democrat Abigail Medina by 11,584 votes in the race for the 23rd state Senate race, but the election remains too close to call.

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Nearly 12% of San Bernardino County’s 1.11 million registered voters had already cast ballots for the Nov. 3 election as of Friday, Oct. 16, Registrar Bob Page told a group of local editors in a Zoom meeting on Monday.

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The Redlands City Council Tuesday night approved with a 4-1 vote a five-year capital project needs analysis. Councilwoman Toni Momberger was the dissenting vote.