Archive for April 16th, 2014

The PE: RIVERSIDE: Fired deputy city attorney loses suit against city


A federal jury ruled in favor of Riverside last week in a lawsuit filed by fired deputy city attorney Raychele Sterling that alleged wrongful termination.

April 15, 2014; 04:17 PM

Former Riverside deputy city attorney Raychele Sterling, who alleged wrongdoing by city officials and was fired in 2011, failed to prove accusations in a 2012 lawsuit that the city violated her civil rights in dismissing her.

To read story by Alicia Robinson in The Press Enterprise, click here.

San Bernardino Seal

By Ryan Hagen, The Sun
Posted: 04/15/14, 10:08 PM PDT |

SAN BERNARDINO >> The citizen committee studying possible changes to the city charter picked the issues Tuesday to review by May 19 so they can potentially be on November’s ballot, including the controversial Section 186 and timing of elections.

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Stephen Dunn


By Doug Saunders, San Bernardino Sun
and Grace Wong, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Posted: 04/15/14, 10:30 PM PDT |

Stephen Dunn was still Upland’s city manager Tuesday, a day after the City Council met in closed-session to discuss his future.

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Stephen Dunn Office

Upland City Manager Stephen Dunn’s walls are bare Monday after he cleaned out his office. He’s officially said to be on vacation. David Allen — Staff

By David Allen, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Posted: 04/15/14, 5:53 PM PDT |

To Uplanders curious about whether their city still has a chief executive, let me offer this definitive statement: Maybe.

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SacBee: State tax revenue continues to outpace estimates


Capitol Alert
The latest on California politics and government
April 15, 2014

State tax revenue continued to outpace budget estimates last month, with year-to-date revenue now $1.4 billion more than the Brown administration projected, the state Department of Finance reported Tuesday.

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LATimes: Southland home prices surge but sales plummet


The median price reaches $400,000 in the Southland. But would-be buyers of low- and mid-priced properties are increasingly priced out amid tight lending standards and stagnant paychecks.

By Tim Logan and Andrew Khouri
April 15, 2014, 7:50 p.m.

Southern California home prices are surging as the spring buying season heats up, with the median price in March hitting $400,000 for the first time in six years.

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BusinessInsider: Google Warns: We Are Scanning Your Email


Julie Bort
Apr. 15, 2014, 8:20 PM 11,116 21

On Tuesday Google updated its privacy policies to make it absolutely clear that it is scanning your email.

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