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Murrieta economy stable as growth continues


Last updated 11/24/2017 at Noon

Murrieta Police Capt. Rob Firmes, the support division commander, tells those attending the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce 2017 Economic Outlook breakfast that the city has the lowest violent crime rate in its 22 years of operation, according to FBI statistics from October. Tony Ault photo

Murrieta while nearing buildout continues to show growth in housing, drops in the crime rate, more emphasis on technical education in its schools, expanded health care opportunities and rising business license applications, according to the report given by panelists at the Nov. 15 Murrieta Chamber of Commerce Economic Outlook breakfast.

The yearly economic outlook, sponsored by the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce, brought five top panelists from the city, health care community, school district, real estate government affairs and area business enterprises to give reports on the city’s econom...

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