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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.

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In addition to local races and Measure T, Redlands proposed 1-cent tax increase, local voters will cast ballots on two countywide measures that could affect term limits, policies and salaries of San Bernardino County supervisors.

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The San Bernardino County registrar of voters is prepared to offer voters their choice in voting method while complying with state coronavirus safety orders, according to an online media briefing held on Thursday, Sept. 24.

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Redlands voters will join the rest of the state in casting ballots on a dozen California propositions, eight placed on the ballot by petitions and four by the state Legislature.

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Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a bill by Assemblyman James C. Ramos, D-Highland, to establish a statewide office of suicide prevention amid spiking calls to crisis hotlines and mental health professionals expressing increased concerns about the mental health impacts from COVID-19.

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Redlands City Council tabled the consideration of a five-year capital project needs analysis  after opposition from Councilwoman Toni Momberger.

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The city of Redlands broke ground on a new parking and retail structure a few yards north of the historic Santa Fe Depot. But it will be more than a garage with 384 spaces with 200 set aside for train passengers.  Parking will be free.

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Redlands downtown was developed and built before the dawn of the automobile. To accommodate traffic Orange Street was widened between Redlands Boulevard and the Umbrella Alley by 19 feet. Structures on the east side of the street had their exterior front wall lopped off to complete the widening.  

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Redlands City Clerk has proposed five voting centers that will be available for registered voters to cast ballots in person eight hours a day leading up to Election Day on Nov. 3.

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The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is making available $23 million to its subregional partners for projects that would accelerate home and apartment production and help local jurisdictions meet their immediate and longer-term housing needs.

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Don’t be misled, the opponents have their facts wrong. It’s a shame they turned their backs on Redlands without regard for our community’s needs.

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This 100% city sales tax increase is wrong. The economy continues to decline and a third of households suffer job losses. This tax increase worsens the situation for all, especially seniors and small businesses. Many families are struggling.

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This 100% tax increase is being sold to Redlands taxpayers as necessary to respond to the COVID emergency. It is not necessary, and it will continue forever.

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Vote yes on Measure T to protect our quality of life and keep Redlands clean, safe and strong.

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Highland Avenue is closed until Tuesday, Sept. 8, as part of the city's Pavement Accelerated Repair Implementation Strategy.

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The sale of Redlands National Guard Armory between the city and local archeologist Donn Grenda is expected to close escrow on Thursday, Aug. 6.

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Postal customers wait in line 6 feet apart at the new Lugonia Station Post Office that opened Saturday at 1275 W. Park Ave. It replaces the former Lugonia Station on New York Street. Esri paid for the new building in an exchange with the U.S. Postal Service that allowed Esri to add the forme…

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The Redlands Planning Commission adopted DKC Architects’ application to construct a 7,198-square-foot multi-tenant building at 1702 West Park Ave.

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In September 2017, President Donald Trump made a reckless decision that devastated thousands of people throughout our country.

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U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar has announced that the San Bernardino Police Department (SBPD) received $5,383,549 from the Department of Justice (DOJ) Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) grant program. The funding will allow the department to establish community-based teams of officers withi…

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Assemblyman James Ramos, working with state and local agencies to address a variety of business and health hardships brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, drafted two bills Assembly Bill 1552 and AB 1035 to help small businesses and assisted constituents in hundreds of cases relating to un…