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 By Paul J. Young    Anza

Supervisor: County's overtime expenditures excessive

Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Hewitt said that a 26% spike in overtime expenses throughout county government in the last fiscal year was unsatisfactory and a sign that agencies need to do more to rein in costs during the... — Updated 9/7/2019

 
 By Paul J. Young    News

Riverside County Supervisor: County's overtime expenditures excessive

RIVERSIDE - Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Hewitt said on Tuesday, Aug. 27 that a 26 percent spike in overtime expenses throughout county government in the last fiscal year was unsatisfactory and a sign that agencies need to do... — Updated 8/28/2019

 
 By Paul J. Young    News

Survey: Double-digit percent increase in homeless countywide

RIVERSIDE - The number of identified homeless people in Riverside County jumped 21 percent this year compared to last, but even current figures may not reflect the actual number of dispossessed persons, according to a report that... — Updated 4/26/2019

 
 By Paul J. Young    Regional

Chair: 'Fix' for county's homeless challenges not on the horizon

RIVERSIDE - A report documenting a 21 percent increase in the number of identified homeless people in Riverside County prompted members of the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, April 30 to express concerns about lack of shelter... — Updated 4/30/2019

 
 By Paul J. Young    News

Board seeks new approach to slashing liability expenses

Riverside County supervisors directed the county Executive Office to analyze the process of holding individual agencies accountable for the county’s liability exposure and identify what methods may work best to reduce costs... — Updated 3/8/2019

 
 By Paul J. Young    Regional

Two most senior county supervisors bid farewell to board

RIVERSIDE - Riverside County Supervisors Marion Ashley and John Tavaglione today delivered farewell remarks to colleagues, friends and family during the Board of Supervisors' final meeting of the year, reflecting on their combined... — Updated 12/11/2018

 
 By Paul J. Young    Regional

Board authorizes commercial marijuana cultivation, sales

RIVERSIDE - The Board of Supervisors, on a 3-2 vote, on Tuesday, Oct. 23, tentatively agreed to permit marijuana cultivation and sales in unincorporated areas of Riverside County an... — Updated 10/24/2018

 
 By Paul J. Young    Anza

Men who murdered Pinyon Pines family get life sentences

RIVERSIDE – Two men who murdered a Pinyon Pines family over a decade ago in a methodical attack that involved “a high degree of cruelty” were each sentenced today to life in prison without the possibility of parole.... — Updated 8/16/2018

 
 By Paul J. Young    News

Pair convicted in Pinyon Pines triple killing

Two men who went to a Pinyon Pines home on the pretense of taking an excursion with an 18-year-old woman, then killed her and two other people in what remains an attack steeped in more questions than answers, were convicted of firs... — Updated 6/20/2018

 
 By Paul J. Young    News

Lawmakers see good, bad in governor's revised budget

The unprecedented $199.3 billion state budget announced Friday, May 11, under Gov. Jerry Brown’s May Revise reflects some level of “fiscal restraint” and contains other positives, several Riverside County lawmakers... — Updated 5/17/2018

 
 By Paul J. Young    Anza

Witness waffles on murder victim's love interests in Pinyon Pines case

A woman whose mother and younger sister were allegedly killed in a triple-murder by two men in Pinyon Pines testified Thursday, May 3, that she didn’t believe her sibling was dating anyone at the time of her death, but an... — Updated 5/11/2018

 
 By Paul J. Young    News

County steering manageable course for now, CFO says

Reserves are larger than expected, and all but a few Riverside County agencies are operating within budget, Chief Financial Officer Don Kent said, but unresolved “issues” remain, namely almost $50 million in red ink which the... — Updated 5/9/2018

 
 By Paul J. Young    Anza

Witness waffles on murder victim's love interests in Pinyon Pines case

A woman whose mother and younger sister were allegedly killed in a triple-murder by two men in Pinyon Pines testified Thursday that she didn't believe her sibling was dating anyone at the time of her death, but an attorney pointed... — Updated 5/4/2018

 
 By Paul J. Young    Anza

County steering manageable course for now, CFO says

Reserves are larger than expected, and all but a few Riverside County agencies are operating within budget, Chief Financial Officer Don Kent said, but unresolved “issues” remain, namely almost $50 million in red ink which the... — Updated 5/3/2018

 
 By Paul J. Young    Anza

Witness recalls details from days, hours before woman's murder in Pinyon Pines

RIVERSIDE - A close friend of a young woman killed in her Pinyon Pines home, along with her mother and the latter's boyfriend, testified today that he remembered one of the men charged in the triple murder making plans to be there... — Updated 4/25/2018

 
 By Paul J. Young    Anza

 Supervisors opt to continue exploring options for proposed cannabis regulations

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors decided against abandoning the process of establishing regulations to control commercial marijuana activity in unincorporated areas of Riverside County but did not make any formal... — Updated 3/31/2018

 

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