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By Will Fritz
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Murrieta Mayor Jonathan Ingram showcases city at 2018 Murrieta State of the City

 

Last updated 8/1/2018 at 6:34pm

Kim Harris

Murrieta Mayor Jonathan Ingram addresses the crowd gathered for the 2018 Murrieta State of the City Tuesday, July 24.

Addressing a packed house, Murrieta Mayor Jonathan Ingram showcased the city's accomplishments and looked ahead to the future at the 2018 Murrieta State of the City, Tuesday, July 24.

In a question and answer session with Andy Morris, immediate past chair of the Murrieta-Wildomar Chamber of Commerce, at Murrieta Spectrum, Mayor Jonathan Ingram said the city's proud of things like the new Clinton Keith Road extension and attracting quality health care to the city in the form of Loma Linda University Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente Murrieta and a neonatal intensive care unit run by Rady Chi...



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Reader Comments
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tomsuttle writes:

The most difficult (and important) task a city can perform for its citizens is raising the city's standard of living. The cornerstone of the structure of such an achievement is put in place by some very heavy economic lifting. It comes from a focus on the bottom line... not shifting existing numbers around, but rather adding to the actual volume of taxable sales. That is real economic development, sales tax generating development, and it takes a LeBron James level of talent to achieve.

tomsuttle writes:

As a Murrieta 'long timer' (observing how things have been done since the city's incorporation), I have to say 'Congratulations' and 'Thanks' are due both Mayor Ingram and City Manager Summers for their dedication to Murrieta's success, and to the well being of the citizens.

 
 
 

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