Archive for January 1st, 2011

InlandPolitics: Happy New Year

Saturday, January 1, 2011 – 06:00 a.m.

Happy New Year 2011!

And in with the New Year comes county redistricting.

Meaning the district boundaries for the five county supervisors must be reset in order to re-balance by population.

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By Sandra Emerson Staff Writer
Created: 12/31/2010 07:04:13 AM PST

UPLAND – Mayor John “JP” Pomierski’s construction company, JP Construction Co., has received at least $90,000 in income from J.H. Builders in Upland.

J.H. Builders, owned by John Hennes, was raided by FBI and IRS agents in June along with Pomierski’s home, where his business is based.

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By Michael J. Sorba Staff Writer
Created: 12/31/2010 10:25:56 PM PST

A federal regulator has set no timetable in the new year for when a government takeover of Arrowhead Credit Union will end.

But new legislation could prompt renewed interest in the institution and ultimately a willing business to take it off the government’s hands.

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The PE: RIVERSIDE: Third candidate announces 2012 mayoral run


10:04 PM PST on Friday, December 31, 2010

The Press-Enterprise

A third candidate has announced he’ll run for mayor of Riverside in 2012, more than a year before the official nomination period starts.

Ron Woodbury, 50, a former finance executive who is now a business consultant, joins Ward 2 Councilman Andy Melendrez and former Ward 5 Councilman Ed Adkison in the race to replace outgoing Mayor Ron Loveridge. All three men have filed paperwork with the city clerk declaring their candidacy, and Melendrez and Adkison have begun fundraising. Woodbury said he doesn’t plan to raise or spend money on his campaign.

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By Jim Sanders
Published: Saturday, Jan. 1, 2011 – 12:00 am | Page 3A

Termed-out Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is leaving behind hundreds of new reasons to remember him after he departs the state’s highest office Monday.

The Republican governor signed nearly 750 bills last year, most of them taking effect today at modest or no cost to the state.

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