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The PE: CANYON LAKE: Council member fined for conflict-of-interest votes

BY LAURIE LUCAS
STAFF WRITER
llucas@pe.com

Published: 15 March 2012 04:04 PM

A state commission has fined a member of the Canyon Lake City Council $6,000 for failing to disqualify himself from three governmental decisions in 2008 and 2009 relating to a proposed halt on hillside development in which he had a financial interest.

The California Fair Political practices Commission in Sacramento penalized Jordan Ehrenkranz, who is now mayor, for violating the Political Reform Act.

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The PE: ELECTION: Walmart passes, taxes fail

By PE News
June 7, 2011 11:11 PM

With all precincts reporting, unofficial results show voters in Menifee approved a new Walmart supercenter, while residents in Wildomar and Canyon Lake turned down local tax proposals.

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The PE: ELECTION: Voters in Wildomar, Menifee and Canyon Lake go to polls

11:17 PM PDT on Monday, June 6, 2011

By JOHN F. HILL
The Press-Enterprise

Today is Election Day, and voters in three southwest Riverside County cities have decisions to make about the future of their communities.

Wildomar, Menifee and Canyon Lake voters will go to the polls to decide on local ballot measures. Many already have voted by mail.

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The PE: Public safety tax will go before Canyon Lake voters

Police, fire: Backers say the measure would raise $960,000 annually for five years.

11:00 PM PST on Thursday, March 10, 2011

By GENE GHIOTTO
The Press-Enterprise

Canyon Lake residents will decide on June 7 whether to support a public safety tax to help pay the cost of police and fire services.

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The PE: Canyon Lake: Council considers public-safety tax for voters

10:49 PM PST on Sunday, March 6, 2011

By GENE GHIOTTO
The Press-Enterprise

Canyon Lake council members will decide Thursday whether to ask residents to pay a public safety tax to support police and fire protection services.

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