With overwhelming support for the Perris Valley Line,(mostly from communities where no impacts are foreseen), there remain numerous, valid criticisms about the project’s mitigation and safety measures. Read more in the Press Enterprise.
If you’re considering a paint job and you home was built before 1978, you’ll want to bring yourself up to current standards. Part of those standards are for how contractors must treat removal or repainting.
Steps for catching up for contractors.
A little self care could turn out to be health care in the end.
The photo enforcement program, which catches tens of thousands of violators annually, appears to be generating about $3.8 million a year in traffic ticket revenue, said Senior Administrative Analyst Matt Crawford. That is millions less than some previous police department estimates, and roughly what the program costs, mostly for fees paid to a private contractor that supplies and operates the camera systems. Read the full story from the LA Times.
In the words of Ricky Riccardo, “Lucy, you have some explaining to do”, Riverside police and officials have yet another opportunity to bring more transparency and accountability into standard operations.
It would be a shame if Chief Leach’s departure became a setback instead of a marker of what’s wanted and needed in our police force.
It seems it’s not only “we the people” who are revisiting the wisdom of extracting time and revenue out of the local tax base in service to public safety.Â Maybe this isn’t suchÂ a good investment after all. Find out why Corona Mayor Steve Nolan is going it solo for the voters.