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The San Jacinto City Council meetings are so serene one could almost mail them in. Tuesday’s meeting was calm as usual.
In every city or town with 100,000 population or less, there is always one big event of the year that makes its citizens feel like they are somebody. In the Hemet/San Jacinto Valley, it takes place in November.
his special solo exhibition kicks off our Native American Heritage Month at MSJC. In the epic scale oil paintings, Escovedo appropriates images of Native American activists and personal family photos
Sounds strange, doesn’t it? Well, strange as it seems, the San Jacinto City Council doesn’t overload their agendas. Their Tuesday night meeting lasted 20 minutes.
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.
If the San Jacinto City Council could be paid a full salary 5 days a week for the time they spend meeting, it would be a plush job, indeed. This past Tuesday night’s meeting was quick, sweet, rewarding and an excellent way to follow a jolly Fourth of July.
On Sunday, June 12, 2022, at about 2:02 a.m., a San Jacinto Deputy observed a white Mercedes Benz sedan where the driver was suspected of driving under the influence. The deputy attempted to perform a traffic enforcement stop on the vehicle near the 400 block of Victoria Avenue, but the driver fled and attempted to evade the deputy.
The San Jacinto City Council meetings usually flow like velvet to a conclusion. On Tuesday night, they bogged down in one place. I’ll explain later.
The Hemet/San Jacinto Student of the Month program held its most recent recognition event at the Maze Stone restaurant at Soboba Springs Golf Course, March 24. Seven local high school seniors were recognized and honored for their character, love of learning and commitment to academics in addition to their involvement in school and community activities and their ability to overcome difficult life challenges. And they do this all in a setting that honors God, America, family, community and free enterprise. Students are nominated by teachers or other school personnel for making a difference in their homes, schools and communities.
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Encourages Safe St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations. San Jacinto, Calif. – This St. Patrick’s Day, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, San Jacinto Station will be on alert for suspected impaired drivers and reminds the community to celebrate the holiday responsibly.