Archive for March 14th, 2013

The PE: RIVERSIDE: Ballot packed for Ward 3, 6 council seats


The field of candidates for open Ward 3 and 6 seats on the Riverside City Council were finalized on Wednesday, March 13.

March 13, 2013; 06:55 PM

Voters in Riverside council Ward 3 will choose from among five candidates and Ward 6 voters will see six candidates when they get their June ballots.

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

San Bernardino Seal

Ryan Hagen
Posted: 03/13/2013 09:34:08 PM PDT

The city-controlled corporation used to hold $108 million in assets that officials wanted to continue controlling when Gov. Jerry Brown disbanded the state’s redevelopment agency voted Wednesday to give up those assets, as the state controller’s office demanded last week.

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Upland seal

Sandra Emerson, Staff Writers
Posted: 03/13/2013 07:57:17 PM PDT
Updated: 03/13/2013 07:57:34 PM PDT

UPLAND– The Upland City Council is still unable to decide how to implement changes to their ordinance limiting campaign contributions.

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By Alison Vekshin & James Nash
Mar 13, 2013 8:07 PM PT

Development of oil-shale deposits through Central California using fracking and other techniques may boost the state’s economic activity by as much as 14.3 percent, a University of Southern California study said.

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By Wyatt Buchanan
Thursday, March 14, 2013

Last call could come later in California under a bill that’s being proposed at the Capitol.

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Capitol Alert
The latest on California politics and government
March 13, 2013

California Democrats have recaptured a supermajority in the state Senate as Democrat Ben Hueso sailed to victory in a special election for a vacant San Diego-area Senate seat Tuesday night.

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LATimes: Can California do without San Onofre?


By Michael Hiltzik
March 13, 2013, 6:14 p.m.

Southern California Edison, the majority owner of the nuclear plant on the San Diego County coast, says the answer is no.

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