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City hires new Economic Development Manager and new City Planner

Jorge Barrera and Maribeth Tinio are the latest additions to Riverside's economic development team

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This Week in City Hall, January 31

An ethics complaint against Councilmember Chuck Conder is back for a pre-hearing with the Board of Ethics.

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This Week in City Hall, January 23

City Council decides on a $34.7 million surplus, Council and Mayoral salaries, new ward districting, and establishing a Commission of the Deaf

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Senator Roth introduces bill to add 26 new superior court judgeships across the State

2022 Judicial Needs Assessment shows 52 judgeships needed in Riverside and San Bernardino counties – 55% of overall State need

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This Week in City Hall, January 17

Power lines running along the Santa Ana River, the proper care and handling of flags, and cancelling overdue library fees are all on the agenda.

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This Week in City Hall, January 10

State race between councilmembers Cervantes and Fierro highlighted in ceremonial moment opening tonight's City Council meeting

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Latinas join Alvord, Riverside school boards

Georgina Ramirez seeks to highlight strong programs in the Alvord Unified School District; Noemi Alexander is the first Latina elected to Riverside Unified School District since 1992

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Cannabis inches closer to establishing roots in Riverside

Riverside could have commercial cannabis dispensaries as soon as 2024

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This Week in City Hall, November 14

Updates to the City’s outdoor dining program, Council spending of $36,767,594 from ARPA, and a review of the stalled project to give Riverside a second connection to the grid.

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Riverside hires new Economic & Community Development Director

Public-private partnerships, mixed-use developments and affordable housing are experiences Jennifer Lilley brings to Riverside as new Economic & Community Development Director

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This Week in City Hall, November 7

City employee’s Work from Home Policy, street sweeping parking tickets, and the Riverside Municipal Airport are all under review.

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Pilot, who is grounded in airport management, takes over Riverside Airport leadership

Aviation professor puts academics to practice as General Manager of the Riverside Municipal Airport

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This Week in City Hall, October 31

Public meeting agendas are spookily light this week. Road improvements, redistricting progress, and temporary traffic signal updates to prepare for the Festival of Lights are all under consideration.

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City council votes 5-2 to host 4th of July fireworks on Mt Rubidoux

Public support for the traditional holiday event was overwhelming

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This Week in City Hall, October 24

The debate between Mt. Rubidoux and Ryan Bonaminio Park is back as locations for the 2023-2025 Fourth of July Fireworks display are being considered by City Council.

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This week at City Hall, October 17–21

This Week In City Hall, a closed session will take place on Monday to consider the appointment and salary of the City Manager and Tuesday the open meetings will vote on approving grants and funds for the Mission Inn, Commodity Boxes and the addition and adoption of titles and chapter to the Riverside Municipal Code in regards to local fire codes.

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Orangecrest, Mission Grove residents continue to raise alarms over warehouse plans

A proposed 1.8 million square foot warehouse project near Orangecrest and Mission Grove is receiving large pushback by residents who say more logistics development will lead to more pollution and health consequences.

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This Week at City Hall, October 10-14

This week at City Hall, plans are waiting on approvals and final sign offs and Festival of Lights planning is beginning.

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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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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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