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State Sen. Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh has announced that the California Department of Housing and Community Development has awarded $500,000 in Local Early Action Planning (LEAP) grants to the city of San Bernardino.

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U.S. Rep. Jay Obernolte has joined fellow Republicans on the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources and 66 other members in introducing the bipartisan Resilient Federal Forests Act, a major piece of legislation designed to mitigate wildfires and improve forest health.

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State Sen. Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh has announced that the California Department of Housing and Community Development has awarded $500,000 in Local Early Action Planning (LEAP) grants to the city of San Bernardino.

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The next meeting of the Redlands Disaster Council will be held from 4 to 5 p.m. Monday, July 26. The public is invited to participate either in person in the City Council Chambers at 35 Cajon St. or virtually via Zoom.

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The Redlands City Council approved the installation of a mural within the crosswalk at East Vine and South Fifth streets as part of the city's Art in Public Places Program with a 3-2 vote Tuesday night.

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The Redlands City Council delayed a vote on the Redlands Palm Investment's development application to its meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 3, after receiving a late California Environmental Quality Act presentation and Planning and Zoning Law presentation.

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The Redlands City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a letter of support of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors to opt into AB 626, the Homemade Food Act, to legalize the sale of homemade food by Microenterprise Home Kitchen Operations and AB 377, which made minor changes to …

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U.S. Rep. Jay Obernolte has introduced legislation to improve forest management and decrease the risk of wildfires by expediting salvage and reforestation operations on federal lands.

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The Redlands Planning Commission found the city's acquisition of the Citibank at 300 E. State St. conforms with the Redlands General Plan during its meeting on Tuesday, July 13.

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The Redlands City Council unanimously voted to receive and file the city clerk’s certification of the Redlanders for Responsible Growth Management Initiative Petition and order reports on the effects of the proposed initiative ordinance during its meeting on Tuesday, July 6.

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The Redlands Ciity Council voted on Tuesday to submit a public comment letter to the Riverside County Transportation Commission relating to the Coachella Valley-San Gorgonio Pass Rail Corridor Service Project.

For the first time since March 2020, Redlands City Council meetings are open for in-person attendance by members of the public beginning with the July 6 meeting.

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The Redlands City Council on Tuesday approved Resolution No. 8225 adopting the Water Shortage Contingency Plan. In 2018, the California Legislature revised Urban Water Management Plan requirements and mandated the inclusion of a Water Shortage Contingency Plan with specific elements.

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The Redlands City Council announced during its meeting on Tuesday, June 1, it will revisit adopting a code of conduct for council members at its first meeting in July.

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The Redlands City Council on Tuesday voted 3-2 to approve a request from Inland Valley Development Agency for a financial contribution for the  for $609,363 and approve an additional $195,557 from the Water Project Budget, $210,988 from the Non-Potable Water Project Budget and $202,818 from …

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The Redlands City Council on Tuesday approved Ordinance No. 2927 to establish regulations for sports fields in city parks and approved Resolution No. 8210 establishing an Athletic Field Use and Allocation Policy.

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The San Bernardino County Preschool Services Department has received two grants totaling more than $6.3 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Head Start. The funding will help the Preschool Services Department operate an in-person summer school session to he…

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The Redlands Planning Commission unanimously approved a request to merge two parcels to construct a 179,400-square-foot multi-tenant industrial warehouse during its meeting on Tuesday, May 25.

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Rialto Mayor Pro Tem Ed Scott offered gratitude and praise to Congresswoman Norma J. Torres and Congressman Pete Aguilar for introducing the Myles Edward Scott Act to address the illicit recreational use of nitrous oxide.

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The California Inland Empire Caucus, bipartisan group of legislators, has announced a package of priority legislation that seeks to improve the lives of families and business owners as well as help alleviate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the region.

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The Friends of Redlands’ Stop Hi-Rise Initiative has gained enough signatures for a special election this year and a ballot measure in 2022. The registrar of voters still needs to validate the signatures.

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Redlands City Council on Tuesday approved a new policy  establishing a fee-waiver policy for requests by nonprofit organizations for special events.

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U.S. Rep. Pete Aguilar said nearly 20,000 Inland Empire children would benefit from the American Rescue Plan’s child tax credit.

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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.