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  • City of Temecula Announces 6th Annual ‘Broker of the Year’ Award Recipients

    On November 8th at 8:30 a.m., members of the local Temecula Commercial Real Estate community gathered for the 6th Annual Broker of the Year awards presented by the City of Temecula. Held at the Temecula Conference Center, the event recognized the City’s top commercial real estate brokers, who have had an exceptional influence on their […]

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  • Rotary Club of Murrieta Presents Four Heroes

    The 2018 Field of Honor Heroes include: Richard H (Rick) Gibbs (Colonel, U.S. Air Force ret.) – While most in Southwest Riverside County know him as Councilman Rick Gibbs, Colonel Gibbs had a distinguished career spanning 32 years in the United States military. He is a Viet Nam veteran who flew fighter aircraft in that […]

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  • City of Temecula Accepts Capella Award of Distinction from the Public Relations Society of America-Inland Empire Chapter for Around & About Temecula Web Series

    Temecula Mayor Matt Rahn proudly proclaims, “Our multi-award-winning Around & About Temecula Web Series was conceived and is produced completely in house by extraordinary staff who continually develop creative and engaging programming to keep our community connected. The Capella Award of Distinction is high-praise from the PRSA-IE as the premier public relations organization for Riverside […]

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  • New Assistant General Manager Named for Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District

    In this role, Macy will support General Manager John D. Vega through carrying out board directives, assuring compliance with EVMWD policies, as well as overseeing many projects, and developing and implementing EVMWD’s strategic plan. He will directly oversee EVMWD’s water resources, engineering and operations departments. “With his more than 20 years of experience leading in […]

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  • PWR’s Hosting Annual Mystery Gift Auction

    We ask that all members bring three things: ● A beautifully wrapped, new “mystery gift” ($20 and up) for the auction. ● Jars of peanut butter for local food pantries. ● Cash, check or credit card to bid on mystery bottles. Members bring a new wrapped mystery gift and only she knows what it contains. […]

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  • The More Things Change…

    Statewide elections also saw the return of our local incumbents Senator Jeff Stone in the 28th District, and Assembly Members Melissa Melendez in District 67 and Marie Waldron in District 75. They will also be returning to a state legislature dominated by Democratic members elected to a super-majority in both chambers plus a Democratic Governor, […]

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  • Public Hearing Regarding Commercial Vehicle Parking in Residential Districts

    All interested persons are hereby invited to attend this public hearing to present written information, express opinions or otherwise present evidence in the above matter. If you wish to legally challenge any action taken by the City on the above matter, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else at […]

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  • AtWork SoCal Celebrates 3 Years and Thousands of Local Job Placements

    “Thinking about the first day with just four of us opening our doors in the Temecula office, I feel a great sense of accomplishment,” said Regional Director Judy Contreras, who attributed the startup’s success to treating people right. ”You have to treat applicants and clients with respect and professionalism, and make sure to follow through […]

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  • BWN’s November 13th Meeting Features Member Speaker Gina Stone

    Gina is an Independent Sales Consultant with Norwex consultant in Temecula where she has lived for four years, coming from Central California. She has also lived in Orange County, San Diego and the Silicon Valley so she knows California from experience. Gina is blessed with one daughter and the best husband. Visit Gina’s Business Website […]

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  • EVMWD Flagler Wells add Local Supply of Drinking Water

    EVMWD is tapping in to new supplies by replacing irrigation and underutilized wells and extracting and treating the groundwater for drinking water. The well conversions, along with other short-term projects, will increase EVMWD’s total supplies by 4,860 acre-feet of water per year, enough to supply as many as 9,720 households. The program is just one […]

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  • Professional Women Toastmasters Hosts Open House Event is Free to the Public

    “Professional Women Toastmasters provides a supportive, friendly, fun and positive environment where members have the opportunity to develop their communication and leadership skills,” says Esther Phahla, Club President for the Professional Women Toastmasters Club. Guests will enjoy a regular Toastmasters meeting that will include prepared speeches, Table Topics™ (impromptu speeches – this is where guests […]

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  • The Advantage of Big Data

    Big data not only records what is being bought but from who, how and when. Was the purchase on-line or through a traditional store and how was the decision buy made? It can show how useful reviews have been. Big data will show time of day of purchases such as before or after a workday, […]

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  • How to Help Seniors Enjoy the Holidays

    However, not all people experience happiness during the holiday season. Close to 12 million seniors live alone. And many often struggle with grief over loss of a loved one, sadness, confusion and isolation, especially if they don’t have family close by. This can bring on the holiday blues and make it difficult for seniors to […]

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  • Rotary Club of Temecula Comes Together During the Holidays

    The Rotary Club of Temecula is one of the largest Rotary Clubs in the Inland Empire comprised of over 110 local members, including some of the city’s well-known business and community leaders. For more than 110 years, Rotary members have been addressing challenges around the world. Grassroots at the core, Rotary links 1.2 million members to form an organization of international scope.

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  • Consider a Record of Public Service

    As a County Supervisor, I was tenacious in my mission to end the homelessness crisis among our community of veterans, and I’m proud to say that the VALOR program today is still in place. Over the past four years, I’ve had the highest honor by serving Riverside County in the State Senate. In that time, […]

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  • Regional Identity Drives Economy

    Five cities pull together to facilitate regional branding The first step in a regional branding initiative launched Thursday, August 30th in the City of Temecula City Hall, one of the southern gateways into Southwest Riverside County, with more than a modicum of success. The efforts to define the five-city region, traditionally known as “Southwest Riverside […]

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  • Promise to Distressed Homeowners Must Be Kept

    The Legislature passed and the Governor just signed, Assembly Bill 1829, which legalizes the taking of more than $330 million that was meant to help homeowners impacted during the Great Recession. The $330 million comes from the National Mortgage Special Deposit Fund that was established under the direction of then Attorney General Kamala Harris. It […]

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  • Field of Honor Celebrates 10 Years

    The Field of Honor has become one of the premiere events in the City of Murrieta, so much so that the City has designated it a “Signature Event.” The week of festivities brings people from all over southern California and touches hearts as far away as Afghanistan and other areas where our military serves. This year the Field expects to receive about 10,000 visitors.

    Look for it beginning on November 10th and continuing through the 17th.

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  • How to Transform Your Turf and Get Paid

    To be eligible, residents must register at www.socalwatersmart.com before beginning any step of the project. Once you receive an approval to proceed, you have 180 days to complete your transformation. Once you have been approved, use these simple steps to get started: 1. Identify your current turf as either warm season (St. Augustine, Bermuda, and […]

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