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 By PAUL J YOUNG    Anza

County board splits on state prospective power shutoff issue

A divided Riverside County Board of Supervisors voted to refrain from taking any immediate steps to address impacts of the state’s “public safety power shutoff” policy, which authorizes utilities to implement blackouts to mit... — Updated 8/8/2019

 
 By PAUL J YOUNG    Anza

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 3/7/2019

 
 By PAUL J YOUNG    Anza

Supervisors proclaim emergency to procure post-storm assistance

To enable Riverside County to receive state and federal aid, the county Board of Supervisors formally declared a local emergency resulting from the storm that damaged infrastructure and prompted evacuations, Feb. 14. “It was a... — Updated 3/7/2019

 
 By PAUL J YOUNG    Anza

Supervisors proclaim emergency to procure post-storm assistance

To enable Riverside County to receive state and federal aid, the county Board of Supervisors formally declared a local emergency resulting from the storm that damaged infrastructure and prompted evacuations, Feb. 14. “It was a... — Updated 3/7/2019

 
 By PAUL J YOUNG    News

Two most senior county supervisors bid farewell to board

Riverside County Supervisors Marion Ashley and John Tavaglione delivered farewell remarks to colleagues, friends and family during the board of supervisors’ final meeting of the year, Tuesday, Dec. 11, reflecting on their... — Updated 12/20/2018

 
 By PAUL J YOUNG    News

Board splits, approves scaling back perks for SEIU members

A divided Riverside County Board of Supervisors unilaterally imposed terms of a collective bargaining agreement on Service Employees International Union Local 721, which represents more than 7,000 clerks, accountants, nurses,... — Updated 12/20/2018

 
 By PAUL J YOUNG    News

Escalating pension, hospital costs elicit concerns from county supervisors

Rising pension obligations and unanticipated outlays tied to the expansion of the Riverside University Medical Center prompted Riverside County supervisors to question what financial solutions might be possible to contain an... — Updated 11/22/2018

 
 By PAUL J YOUNG    News

Veteran canine trainer charged with animal cruelty

WINCHESTER - A longtime dog trainer from Winchester who specializes in turning canines into comfort and service dogs for people with Alzheimer's, post-traumatic stress and other disorders is facing animal cruelty charges, which he... — Updated 1/26/2017

 

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