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The Redlands City Council will discuss the possible restoration of 53 positions in the 2021-22 budget preview on Tuesday, May 18.

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U.S Rep. Pete Aguilar will virtual roundtable from 4 to 4:30 p.m. today, Thursday, May 13, with local experts to talk about the expanded Child Tax Credit that was recently signed into law as part of the American Rescue Plan.

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The Redlands City Council on Tuesday approved a memorandum of understanding between the city and the Redlands Unified School District for the School Resource Officer Program. Councilwoman Jenna Lowery was the only dissenting vote.

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Riverside County Board of Supervisor Jeff Hewitt announced he is running in the recall for California governor race during a private event in Riverside on Friday, April 30. Hewitt is a Libertarian and, according to his campaign staff, has large support from Republicans, Democrats and Liberta…

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Construction to replace approximately 3 miles of aging water pipeline will begin next week as part of the city’s 2020 CIP Water Pipeline Replacement project, approved by the City Council at its April 20 meeting.

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Beginning Monday, May 3, many City Hall offices will reopen for public access with modifications in place. Face masks and adherence to physical distancing recommendations will be required to enter any city facility.

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Redlands Municipal Airport business Coyote Aviation received a notice of termination of its land lease from the city, and co-owner Gil Brown said he is stunned.

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The Redlands City Council unanimously approved five project proposals for federal FY22 Community Project Funding during its meeting on Tuesday, April 20.

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The Redlands City Council on Tuesday approved a contract with Tryco General Engineering for the construction of the 2020-21 CIP Water Pipeline Replacement Project for $2 million.

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San Bernardino County is now receiving a steady supply of the vaccines, reducing the shortages that have complicated efforts over the past three months.

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San Bernardino County has established the San Bernardino County Rent Relief Partnership. This emergency rental assistance program will leverage more than $46.8 million in federal Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 funds to provide rental and utility assistance to residents impacted by t…

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The Redlands Planning Commission received an update on the 2021-29 Housing Element Update project and the sixth cycle Regional Housing Needs Assessment during its meeting on Tuesday, April 13.

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If Councilman Paul Foster has his way, Redlands will have fireworks on Independence Day. The City Council will consider his proposal for a $30,000 expenditure to pay for an aerial fireworks display at the Moore Middle School ball fields at its meeting on Tuesday, April 6.

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U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar announced that his office is now accepting Community Project Funding proposals for the fiscal year 2022 appropriations process. This targeted funding  allows Congress members to advocate for a maximum of 10 projects that serve the needs of their communities.

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Redlands City Manager Charles Duggan Jr. gave the Redlands Rotary Club an update on city projects on Thursday, March 25.  

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Measure T officially went into effect on Thursday, April 1.

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U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar spoke to the City Council about the recent passing of the American Rescue Plan. Aguilar said the city would receive the first half of its $13.4 million within 90 days and the second half 12 months later. Aguilar recommended that the city communicate directly and transp…

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The Redlands City Council on Tuesday approved a recommendation by the Utilities Advisory Commission to implement a wastewater rate increase of 15% in fiscal year 2021-22 and 15% in fiscal year 2022-23 and directed staff to prepare an ordinance and resolution implementing the proposed rate increase.

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The Redlands Planning Commission unanimously approved a recommendation to City Council to approve merging two parcels into one parcel for the construction of a 179,400-square-foot industrial warehouse during its meeting on Tuesday, March 9.

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Nick Calero, deputy chief of staff for newly elected California Sen. Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh, will speak to the Redlands Republican Women at free Zoom meeting from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, March 19.

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U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar released the following statement on final passage of the American Rescue Plan, President Biden and congressional Democrats’ legislation to provide funding and resources to help the American people defeat and recover from the coronavirus crisis:

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The Redlands Recreation Division will help celebrate Easter this year by sending the Easter Bunny to your front yard. Redlands residents can register online to request the Easter Bunny to visit outside your home and hide treat-filled eggs for your little ones to find.

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The University of Redlands Accounting Department will again offer free tax assistance through its collaboration with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, every Monday through April 12. The service began on March 8.

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Redlands invites residents to apply for a position on the Airport Advisory Board. Deadline for filing applications is Monday, March 15. Members are appointed by the City Council.

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­The A.K. Smiley Public Library, which has been closed to the public since December in response to a surge in area COVID-19 cases, will resume in-person services on Monday, March 8.

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The Redlands City Council unanimously approved the restoration of city positions and funding that were cut in the 2020-21 budget during its meeting on Tuesday, March 2.

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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.