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Tuesday, August 16, 2022
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San Jacinto City Council Meeting

The San Jacinto City Council was late starting their meeting this week. Mayor Crystal Ruiz called the meeting to order at about 6:45 PM. She gaveled it closed at 7:36, less than an hour later. They set a record as the shortest meeting anyone can remember. They always seem to take care of matters before a meeting and usually do not discuss items on the consent calendar.

Senate Sends Honoring our PACT Act to President’s Desk with Ruiz-Authored...

On August 2nd, the U.S. Senate passed the Sergeant First Class Heath Robison Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act of 2022, sending it to President Biden’s desk for signature.

With Conservation Trending in the Right Direction, Governor Newsom Rallies Local...

On July 29th, Governor Gavin Newsom convened local water leaders for the second time in recent months to call for their continued action to drive down urban water use and help Californians make permanent changes to adapt to a hotter and drier future.

Soboba’s Summer Youth Academy Participants Share an Environmental Event

As part of Soboba’s annual six-week Summer Youth Academy, about 15 participants aged 13 to 17 explored community awareness and service with the help of the Soboba Tribal Environmental Department.

Correctional Deputy Expedited Hiring Event

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department will be hosting a Correctional Deputy Expedited Hiring Event on Saturday, August 6, 2022, at the Ben Clark Training Center located at 16791 Davis Avenue, Riverside, CA. The event will take place from 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM and is open to all members of the public interested in beginning a career as a Correctional Deputy.

HEMET COUNCILMAN JOE MALES HOSTS MEETING WITH BUSINESS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT

Councilman Joe Males hosted a meeting with Police Chief Eddie Pust. Several local business owners were present, including Steve Norman, owner of Gatekeepers Security Company and others. Mayor pro-tem Karlee Meyer joined the fray with some solid suggestions of her own.

HEMET’S MEASURE “U” AND THE FIRE DEPARTMENT

FUNDING SOURCES: • General Fund $11,606,400 • Measure “U” $ 4,989,900 • Measure “U” Fund Balance $ 400,000 • CFD $ 329,100

CITY OF HEMET FINALLY COMES CLEAN WITH MEASURE “U”

1. To ensure that Hemet is safe, clean, attractive, and comfortable for all that live, work and visit. 2. To ensure Hemet is a hub, with access to quality jobs, shopping options, and a varied and sustained tax base.

City of Riverside Now Accepting Applications for Arts & Culture Grants

The City of Riverside is now accepting applications for the Arts & Culture Grant Program for eligible arts and cultural non-profit organizations within the community.

Mt. San Jacinto College Partners with Green Flower to Offer Cannabis...

Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) Community Education has partnered with Green Flower, a California-based leading cannabis education company, to offer three not-for-credit certificate courses beginning July 19.