Archive for December 5th, 2014

InlandPolitics: San Bernardino: Mayor requests city manager’s resignation


Friday, December 5, 2014 – 08:30 p.m.

It’s one debacle after another for struggling San Bernardino, California.

InlandPolitics has learned that San Bernardino Mayor Carey Davis has requested the resignation of City Manager Allen J. Parker.

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Friday, December 5, 2014 – 03:30 p.m.

A San Bernardino County Superior Court Judge has denied a request for an injunction prohibiting a two-day walk out of the county’s 1,100 nurses.

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By Jim Steinberg, The Sun
Posted: 12/04/14, 5:28 PM PST | Updated: 28 secs ago

San Bernardino County officials are seeking to block a planned strike by its 1,100 member nurses union, saying a two-day event next week “could cost taxpayers millions of dollars” if the county is forced to hire temporary nurses.

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Murder Body Outline

By Greg Cappis, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Posted: 12/04/14, 8:19 PM PST |

Across the country, people are scrutinizing deaths at the hands of law enforcement officers in light of grand juries clearing police in two recent high-profile cases. In San Bernardino County, police and the Sheriff’s Department have been involved in several controversial officer-involved shootings the past few years.

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The Sun: Colton hires interim city manager


By Leslie Parrilla, San Bernardino Sun
Posted: 12/03/14, 8:17 PM PST | Updated: 1 day ago

Colton city officials hired an interim city manager this week after six months of the position being vacant after the former top administrator was placed on leave then fired.

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California Money

By Joanna Lin / December 4, 2014

California taxpayers spend about $40 billion a year to pay their fire chiefs, mayors, tree trimmers and thousands of other city and county employees. Some – including harbor pilots in Los Angeles – make more than $300,000 a year. Others receive as little as $190, the payout for one planning commissioner in tiny Alpine County.

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SacBee: A long string of blunders for Kevin de León

Dan Walters

By Dan Walters
12/04/2014 11:00 PM

Kevin de León, president pro tem of the state Senate for just a few weeks, has already run up a remarkable string of political missteps and gaffes.

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Best Buy

Projections show that more than 70% of total job openings through 2018 will be in occupations that require no college degree, including those in retail. Above, employees of a Best Buy store in Culver City hand out coupons to shoppers waiting in line on Thanksgiving. (Marcus Yam, Los Angeles Times)

Andrea Chang
December 4, 2014

Southern California job creation has grown rapidly over the last two years, but the recovery has been dominated by lower-paying service jobs in retail and food services, according to new research.

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