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The PE: MORENO VALLEY: City attorney says appointed councilman lives in district

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Official says Yxstian Gutierrez resides in the required boundaries, but an election law expert representing residents says old boundaries apply for an unexpired term

October 03, 2013; 08:00 PM

The Moreno Valley city attorney backed the City Council’s recent appointment of Yxstian Gutierrez by issuing a legal opinion that he lives within the required District 4 boundaries.

To read story by Suzanne Hurt in The Press Enterprise, click here.

The PE: MORENO VALLEY: Signature gathering underway to recall City Council

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September 04, 2013; 08:08 PM

Some registered voters who’ve answered their doors recently in Moreno Valley have been getting a quick immersion in local politics.

To read story by Suzanne Hurt in The Press Enterprise, click here.

The PE: MORENO VALLEY: Mayor’s recall petition rejected again

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August 02, 2013; 05:55 PM

The city clerk has rejected the second set of petition forms submitted to recall Moreno Valley Mayor Tom Owings, but this time, recall sponsors admit they goofed.

To read story by Suzanne Hurt in The Press Enterprise, click here.

The PE: MORENO VALLEY: Homes, business searched in political corruption probe

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April 30, 2013; 08:32 AM

Federal and local agents served search warrants on Tuesday, April 30, at the homes of Moreno Valley’s five City Council members, a real estate broker with political connections and the corporate office of Skechers warehouse developer Highland Fairview.

To read story by Lora Hines, Jeff Horseman, John Asbury and Imran Ghori in The Press Enterprise, click here.

The PE: MORENO VALLEY: FBI, IRS serving search warrants

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April 30, 2013; 08:32 AM

Federal and local agents served search warrants throughout in Moreno Valley on Tuesday morning, April 30, raiding the homes of the city’s mayor, all five City Council members, a businessman with close political connections and the corporate offices of development company Highland Fairview.

To read story by Lora Hines, Jeff Horseman, Richard K. De Atley and John Asbury in The Press Enterpise, click here.

The PE: REGION: Officials lobbying for new tanker for March

BY MARK MUCKENFUSS
STAFF WRITER
mmuckenfuss@pe.com

Published: 21 June 2012 08:06 PM

Local officials say March Air Reserve Base is well positioned to receive a new generation of air refueling tankers and expect the base will be approved for that mission in the next two years.

However, with no guarantee of that approval, they are continuing to lobby and meet with congressional representatives to keep March a vital part of not only the military but of the Inland economy, they say.

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Desert Star: New government center to bear Burke’s name

Bob Burke, with wife Carolyn, wears the Volunteer Action Award medal presented to Copper Mountain College by then-President Ronald Reagan. College officials asked Burke to wear the medal at public events as a recognition of the work he accomplished for CMC.

Posted: Wednesday, February 15, 2012 12:10 am
Staff report

JOSHUA TREE — The new government center here, slated to open in March, will be named in honor of Morongo Basin advocate Bob Burke.

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, Feb. 14, unanimously supported Supervisor Neil Derry’s decision to name the center after Robert “Bob” Brennan Burke.

Burke died in July 2011 at the age of 89.

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RivPE: March Healthcare investors a diverse group

10:48 PM PDT on Sunday, June 27, 2010

By LORA HINES
The Press-Enterprise

A venture capitalist, a couple of corporate chief financial officers and at least four former and current business owners are among investors in a large-scale medical complex at March Air Reserve Base.

They, along with Donald Ecker, managing member and project leader of the private company March Healthcare Development, stand to clear an estimated $25 million by the end of the decade, based on construction costs and land-sale revenue predictions. Investors will make an expected 21 percent rate of return as they push forward on what is billed to become the Inland area’s largest health care center, to be called March LifeCare.

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