Wendy Leung, Staff Writer
Posted: 05/17/2011 09:30:45 PM PDT
RANCHO CUCAMONGA – The City Council will review its policy on naming public facilities at its regular meeting at 7 tonight.
The item was placed on the agenda after the arrest of former councilman and San Bernardino County Supervisor Paul Biane, for whom the Victoria Gardens Cultural Center library was named.
When Rancho Cucamonga officials were seeking donations for the Cultural Center, the City Council passed a policy that would give naming rights to donors who give at least $1 million.
Over two years, Biane directed a total of $1 million in county funds to the library.
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