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This Week at City Hall, October 6

This week at city hall, amendments and additions to the ordinance regulating homeless encampments, 20-acres of vacant land is being considered for housing developments and the Board of Ethics looks to seek outside council and consider a Code of Ethics Complaint placed against a councilmember.

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Altura Foundation awarding $10,000 grants to local small businesses

Local Foundation supports small businesses with big dreams while enhancing the economy

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Three candidates to run for Alvord Unified School District Area 1

November Election – School Board Candidates in Alvord

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Gateway to Riverside shopping center has a new look and name – Citrus Landing

Stater Bros. Market moves west Riverside store to a new site at the Citrus Landing

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The Week at City Hall, September 26

This week in City Hall, the Housing and Homelessness committee gives an update on their action plan to help individuals experiencing homelessness and the Board of Public Utilities breaks down the IRA set in place by President Biden and how it will affect Riverside and considers the sale of land for the RTRP. There will not be a City Hall Council meeting this week.

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UC Riverside welcomes a record number of first year students

UC Riverside students begin classes today after a week of welcome to their new home in Riverside

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This Week at City Hall, September 19

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Chamber President Resigns After 45 Years of Leadership

Cindy Roth is ready for a new chapter in her life

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This Week at City Hall, September 6

This week in city hall, in person meetings are back, City Council and the public will meet for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic to go over line items ranging from updates on parking rates, police department budget for new and used vehicles, adjustments to speed limits and renewing a reward offer.

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CSDR captivating the minds of Hollywood

Riverside’s CSDR football team follows up an amazing 2021-22 season with a 54-16 first game win as they have grown individually and as a team and Hollywood has noticed.

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Downtown Parking Rates Revisited by City Council

Community input encouraged through surveys prior to September 9

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New Multi-Family Apartment Development Coming to Riverside

Developer brings more housing close to Downtown and Transportation Hub

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City begins redistricting process, encourages resident involvement

Residents encouraged to create ward maps using data driven tools

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This Week at City Hall, August 29

Planning Commission to consider a pedestrian only Mariposa Alley

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CBU’s Division 1 Membership Approved By NCAA Board

Riverside is now home to two NCAA Division I universities as CBU gains full active status.

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Riverside Coffeehouse and Bakery Voted LA Times’ Best in Inland Empire

Newcomer in the bakery community, Arcade’s Bakehouse is voted best in the Inland Empire and their Tasting Room gets a nod too.

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California State Budget: Investing in Riverside

Riverside will soon benefit from an infusion from State Budget

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This Week at City Hall, August 22

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What’s next for the post-Nordstrom Galleria at Tyler?

City officials share insights, mall management provides general updates

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This Week at City Hall, August 15

This week the council will consider retaining forensic accounting services and approval of grant fund expenditures; while commissions will consider an amendment to the municipal code regarding inclusionary housing and the establishment of a subcommittee to assure continued progress of Riverside Alive project.

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