Archive for April 25th, 2011

InlandPolitics: Judge grants prosecution delay in Erwin matter

Monday, April 25, 2011 – 02:58 p.m.

A superior court judge granted a short delay requested by county and state prosecutors in the case involving former Assistant Assessor Jim Erwin.

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11:13 PM PDT on Sunday, April 24, 2011

The Press-Enterprise

Riverside County supervisors failed to follow their own policies when awarding a new criminal defense contract earlier this year, a newly released grand jury report concludes.

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11:17 PM PDT on Sunday, April 24, 2011

The Press-Enterprise

Riverside will cut $6.5 million and nearly 40 percent of the jobs from its development department because of expected state-level reforms to redevelopment, city officials said.

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DailyBulletin: Quincey’s future to be discussed



Week ahead

Metro Gold Line workshop Tuesday
Wendy Leung, Staff Writer
Created: 04/24/2011 10:16:15 PM PDT

It could be a late night for the Upland City Council.

Leaders will meet in closed session tonight to discuss Robb Quincey’s job performance. The city manager has been on paid leave since Jan. 4.

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DailyBulletin: Police commission vote set

Decision on ballot in Pomona in 2012
Monica Rodriguez, Staff Writer
Created: 04/24/2011 07:02:39 AM PDT

POMONA – The city’s Charter Review Commission has decided that Pomona voters should determine if the city will have a police commission.

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The PE: Investor buys San Bernardino warehouses

By PE Business
April 25, 2011 7:00 AM

KTR Capital Partners, a New York City-based investor, has closed on the purchase of two warehouse buildings in San Bernardino totaling more than 1 million square feet, according to a statement. The buildings are a short drive from Interstate 215.

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A cap on pensions and a later retirement age — even for current public employees — are supported by the poll’s respondents.

By Shane Goldmacher, Los Angeles Times
April 24, 2011, 4:23 p.m.

Reporting from Sacramento— California voters want government employees to give up some retirement benefits to help ease the state’s financial problems, favoring a cap on pensions and a later age for collecting them, according to a new poll.

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Published: Monday, Apr. 25, 2011 – 12:00 am
Last Modified: Monday, Apr. 25, 2011 – 6:27 am

The California Public Employees’ Retirement System has released a report that highlights its investments in the state, which accounted for about $17 billion of the system’s $200.5 billion in assets last year. “CalPERS for California” notes that the largest slice of Golden State investment, approximately $6.1 billion, was in public companies. Of those, 644 have California headquarters that accounted for an estimated 700,000 workers statewide. The report is a snapshot of CalPERS investments in the state as of June 30, 2010.

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