Sunday , January 29 2023

Government

Carousel Mall Redevelopment in San Bernardino Moving Forward

Two recent high-profile actions by the San Bernardino City Council have signaled that progress continues to occur in the redevelopment of the 43-acre Carousel Mall site, a project envisioned to revitalize San Bernardino’s downtown. This activity has also spiked interest in other downtown properties. On August 3rd, the City Council …

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San Bernardino receives $5 million for hazard management

Senator Bogh secures grant money

Rep. Pete Aguilar visited a soon to be retrofitted steel reservoir in San Bernardino this week to announce $5,552,952 in federal funding for the San Bernardino Municipal Water Department’s Local Hazard Mitigation program. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funding will increase the quality of water services for San Bernardino …

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San Bernardino Partners with Rialto for Street Improvement Project

San Bernardino Partners with Rialto for Street Improvement Project

San Bernardino has partnered with the City of Rialto to improve Pepper Avenue between Mill Street and Base Line Street.  The work to be undertaken will encompass a two-mile section of roadway that spans both cities and San Bernardino City Council wards 3 and 6. “Residents have been asking for …

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Voters to decide on San Bernardino County secession measure

County terminates COVID-19 state of emergency

Should the County of San Bernardino become the 51st State in the Union? The question will be put to the voters this November. The county’s Board of Supervisors voted 4-0 on Wednesday to put the secession measure on the 2022 ballot. First District Supervisor Col. Paul Cook (ret.) was absent. …

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San Bernardino receives grant to improve Guadalupe – Sal Saavedra Field

San Bernardino receives grant to improve Guadalupe – Sal Saavedra Field

A 2.25-acre park on Roberds Avenue in the westside of San Bernardino will soon be getting a facelift thanks to assistance from the County of San Bernardino. The City will receive $995,000 to renovate the existing building & baseball field, upgrade lights, replace fences, install new bleachers and scoreboard, and …

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County’s Assessor-Recorder, former Senator Bob Dutton, dies at 71

County's Assessor-Recorder, former Senator Bob Dutton, dies at 71

The San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder’s office shared the news of Senator Bob Dutton’s (ret) passing over the weekend. Dutton was 71. In 2014, Senator Dutton was elected as San Bernardino County’s Assessor-Recorder, and appointed County Clerk. His philosophy was to ensure San Bernardino County property owners received fair, accurate and …

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Council concedes, votes to demolish Carousel Mall

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The San Bernardino City Council revisited the issue of demolishing the now-defunct Carousel Mall during Wednesday’s council meeting. The issue of what to do with the property has become urgent in recent months due to increased crime and emergency calls, but the Council was not interested in tackling the problem …

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City to Honor the 50th Anniversary of the 1972 CAC All Stars

On Wednesday, July 20 at 7:00 pm, the Mayor and City Council will recognize the 50th anniversary of the 1972 San Bernardino CAC All Stars incredible run of twelve straight victories en route to a 13-1 record and a second place finish at the Little League World Series Western Regionals. …

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Planning Commission Approves Controversial High Density Rental Apartments in North SB

Residents Unanimously Opposed the Project. The Planning Commission narrowly approved a 27-unit high density rental apartment complex on Tuesday evening against the overwhelming opposition of neighborhood residents. The 4-3 vote approved planning staff’s recommendation to place the apartments on a 2.4-acre lot that had previously been designated as part of …

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San Bernardino Awarded $4.2 Million grant for Youth Jobs Program

San Bernardino Awarded $4.2 Million as Part of California Youth Jobs Program

The City of San Bernardino, in partnership with California Volunteers, Office of the Governor has announced that it has been awarded a $4,169,142 grant to hire nearly 70 young and early career staff members over the next two years. The City has said it will hire individuals in the Parks …

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