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San Bernardino fills second Deputy City Manager position

San Bernardino fills second Deputy City Manager position

Rochelle Clayton has been appointed San Bernardino’s newest Deputy City Manager. She will begin in her new role April 15 and will be responsible for overseeing the Public Works, Community Development and Housing, and the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Departments. Clayton, a San Bernardino native, has nearly 30 years …

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City to spend $8.78 million to repair streets

San Bernardino moves forward with second phase of street repaving plan

In an effort to keep up with needed road work, the City of San Bernardino will spend $8.78 million to repair twenty-one streets throughout the city. The contract, approved March 20, authorizes Matich Corporation to conduct pavement rehabilitation on five – and one-half miles of roadway. Work will start in …

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San Bernardino names Gabriel Elliott Director of Community Development

San Bernardino names Gabriel Elliott Director of Community Development

The City of San Bernardino has announced that Gabriel Elliott has joined its leadership team as its new Community Development and Housing Director. “Gabriel Elliott has a diverse and distinguished background in planning and community development,” said City Manager Charles Montoya. “His experience in these areas will be instrumental in …

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San Bernardino settles lawsuit over 2022 police shooting

San Bernardino wins breach of contract case

San Bernardino announced last week that it will pay $4 million to settle a wrongful death lawsuit stemming from a 2022 officer involved shooting of Rob Marquise Adams. “San Bernardino agreed to the settlement recognizing the costs and attorneys’ fees to take a federal civil rights case to trial, as …

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County Code Enforcement to conduct fire hazard inspections

County Code Enforcement to conduct fire hazard inspections

As spring arrives, San Bernardino County residents must be vigilant of potential fire hazards that can be minimized through proper maintenance of their properties. The Code Enforcement Fire Hazard Abatement Team will initiate its seasonal inspections for defensible space this week in the valley region. “Approaching warm weather serves as …

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San Bernardino Water Department seeking entries for poster contest

San Bernardino Water Department seeking entries for poster contest

Calling all young artists. San Bernardino Municipal Water Department’s (SBMWD) annual water awareness poster contest is back. Each year, SBMWD holds a water awareness poster contest throughout their service area to encourage students to use their creativity by illustrating the importance of water awareness. The winning students and their teachers …

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County Fire promotes Serna to Deputy Chief of Operations

County Fire promotes Serna to Deputy Chief of Operations

San Bernardino County Fire Dan Munsey recently announced the appointment of Chief Martin Serna as the new Deputy Chief of Operations. “Chief Martin Serna’s career and dedicated service make him an outstanding choice for Deputy Chief of Operations,” said Fire Chief Dan Munsey. “His achievements in strategic planning, operational excellence, …

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Early election results leave incumbents on the outs

San Bernardino residents can expect to have a new city councilmember in the 5th Ward according to early election results. The top vote getter, Kim Knaus, a nonprofit director and businesswoman, received 34.22% of the vote. She will face former councilmember Henry Nickel, who received 27.11% of the vote, in …

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