Approximately 876,000 sample ballots and information pamphlets started going out to Riverside County voters today (April 28) for the presidential primary election on June 7. About half will be mailed initially, with the remainder sent by the end of next week.
Riverside University Health System employs more than 6,000 medical professionals and workers and generates $1.6 billion annually for the region’s economy, according to an analysis by the UCR School of Business Administration Center for Economic Forecasting.
Efforts to further examine and tighten county fiscal practices, along with recommendations that could save millions each year based on new a criminal-justice system report, will be crucial in solving a deficit in next year’s budget that could approach $100 million. Those topics and other budget issues are expected be discussed at Tuesday’s (3/29) Board of Supervisors meeting.
Former Riverside County Supervisor James Venable passed away quietly at his home in San Jacinto at about 4:50 p.m. today (Thursday) after a short battle with cancer. He was surrounded by his wife and children.
As part of the effort to spread a message of good health through healthy eating, the County of Riverside will host its inaugural farmers market in historic downtown Riverside.
Anyone interested in running for office in the June 7 Primary Election may file papers for candidacy until 5 p.m. on Friday (March 11). If an incumbent fails to file, the deadline for that office will be extended to 5 p.m. on March 16 for everyone except the incumbent.
The 2016 tax season is in full swing and Riverside County Community Action Partnership’s Volunteer Income Tax Preparation (VITA) program is available to help qualifying residents file their taxes.
Anyone interested in running for office in the June 7 primary election may take out candidate filing papers beginning Tuesday (Feb. 16). Papers must be filed by 5 p.m. on March 11. If an incumbent fails to file, the deadline for that office is extended to 5 p.m. on March 16 for everyone except the incumbent.
Kenneth L. Edwards, the general manager and chief engineer of the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District from 1978 through 1995, passed away on Thursday (Feb. 4) in Riverside. He was 85.
Facts and other information about the potentially fatal Ebola virus are available on a new web page from Riverside County health officials.
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