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The Redlands Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit for an entertainment facility at 840 and 844 Tri-City Center Drive during its meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 11.

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Approval of the federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will help implement thousands of transportation projects in Southern California, says Clint Lorimore, president of the Southern California Association of Governments board.

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U.S. Reps. Pete Aguilar, a California Democrat, and Mark Amodei, a Nevada Republican, introduced the FHA Fairness Act, bipartisan legislation to help homebuyers in regions like the Inland Empire access higher loan limits on low interest housing loans.

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The city of Redlands continues to seek community input in the process of preparing a Six-Year Strategic Plan. This resulting Strategic Plan will establish the city’s mission and values and guide the city’s course over the next six years and help align funding with values and priorities. 

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The Redlands City Council on Tuesday received its National Community Survey Results. As part of a multifaceted approach toward the development of a strategic vision for Redlands, the city manager's office contracted to conduct a communitywide survey by Policy Confluence Inc. dba Polco. The s…

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The city of Redlands is seeking applicants for open positions on the Planning Commission, Library Board and three other commissions. The deadline for applying for these positions is Monday, Nov. 15.

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The Redlands Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit for Axe Slayers Throw House during its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 26.

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City adds community engagement tool for strategic planning: Redlands has embarked on a process to complete a six-year strategic plan to establish priorities to guide city policies, initiatives and budget decisions from 2022 to 2028. The city has launched a digital engagement tool called Soci…

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City Council: 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2, in the City Council Chambers.

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The Redlands City Council on Tuesday approved an application by Vantage One Real Estate Investments, requesting the proposed mixed-use project on vacant properties (former Safety Hall and San Bernardino County Superior Court site) at 212 and 216 Brookside Avenue is exempt from the provisions…

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The Redlands City Council discussed the possibility of creating a utility bill assistance program using funds from Measure T during its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 19.

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The Redlands Planning Commission voted to recommend City Council approve amendments that modify residential density and parking requirements for developments.

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On Oct. 5, the Orange County Board of Supervisors accepted a bid from the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District for the purchase of 1,657 acres of property in the Santa Ana River Wash, formerly designated for the Harmony housing development, for $31.8 million.

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Mayor Paul Barich spoke of Redlands’ accomplishments and plans for the next few years during his State of the City address at the University of Redlands on Thursday, Sept. 30.

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The Redlands City Council on Tuesday approved a Downtown Redlands Event Flag Program to celebrate events unique to the city. The University of Redlands recently expressed interest to Foster in displaying event flags on city streetlights within the downtown.

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The Redlands City Council continued its discussion of how to fill Councilman Paul Foster’s District 5 seat once he resigns on Jan. 3. The council will discuss whether to appoint a new member or call a special election during a meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

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The Redlands City Council took the first steps to combat homelessness in the city during its special meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 29.

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The Redlands Planning Commission unanimously voted to grant an exemption from Measure U for a proposal to develop a mixed-use project on the former Safety Hall and San Bernardino County Superior Court site during its meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 28. The vote will go to City Council next.

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To ensure all districts have a nearly equal population, Redlands needs to complete its redistricting process by April 17, 2022. Every 10 years, cities with by-district election systems must use new census data to review and, if needed, redraw district lines to reflect how local populations h…

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The Redlands City Council on Tuesday approved an amendment to the contract with GSE Construction Co. Inc. for the Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements Project. Phase 1B increases the contract by $751,219 to offset the costs for additional construction elements and authorization of an addi…

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Gavin Newsom will remain governor of California after preliminary results showed him defeating the recall in a landslide statewide, but results in San Bernardino County and Riverside County were closer at 52% no to 48% yes.

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The Redlands Planning Commission unanimously approved a conditional use permit for Lightway Church during its meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 14. The church will operate within an existing tenant space within a multitenant commercial center. The site is a 1,305-square-foot tenant space in the Redl…

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The city of Redlands invites residents and community members to learn about redistricting and share their ideas about how shifts in population might affect the boundaries of the five City Council districts based on 2020 Federal Census data.

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The next phase of the Transit Villages Specific Plan is up for Redlands residents to review. A Notice of Preparation (NOP), including an Initial Study for the preparation of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR), was posted to the City of Redlands website on Tuesday, Aug. 31.

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City Council approves multiple projects Redlands Councilman Paul Foster will not seek reelection in 2022. Foster announced his decision during the City Council meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 7.

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The City Council unanimously approved an agreement with Tanko Streetlighting, Inc. for $1.3 million for the replacement of all city-owned eligible streetlights with energy-efficient light-emitting diode (LED) lights.

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Election Day is Tuesday, but voting has been available for weeks. Voters can turn in their ballots at early drop-off locations. Ballots can be mailed at the post office, but they must be postmarked by Sept. 14. (You do not need a stamp to return your ballot by mail.)

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San Bernardino County Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector (ATC) Ensen Mason announced that Fitch Ratings has affirmed the Fund Credit Quality Ratings (FCQR) and Fund Market Risk Sensitivity Ratings on San Bernardino County Investment Pool at 'AAAf'/'S1'.

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The Redlands Planning Commission unanimously approved applications (also known as the Bergamot Specific Plan) for 58.6 acres of land on the north side of Domestic Avenue, approximately 625 feet west of Texas Street, and on the east side of State Route 210 in the Science Research Park Distric…