Optimism and opportunity seen in growing San Jacinto

Optimism and opportunity seen in growing San Jacinto

San Jacinto Mayor Andrew Kotyuk praised the city staff, local businesses, schools and the residents of the city for persevering in recent hard economic times and optimistically foresees a highly favorable future for San Jacinto and all its residents. “I think we should be proud of what we are and what we are doing,” he […]

Murrieta Arts Council seeks more art, culture in the city

The results of the recent Visioning Forum for the Arts conducted by the Murrieta Arts Council have been posted, showing that many artists in Murrieta are seeking to forward art and culture to a much greater degree in the community. “Over the past few weeks the current Board has reviewed stacks of surveys, spreadsheets, graphs […]

Murrieta Council approves Golden City CFD amendment

An amendment providing a 2 percent Community Facilities District special tax escalating each year for the 30-year length of the bond issue for a Golden City housing development now underway was approved 4-1 by the Murrieta City Council. The approval came after discussion and a public hearing on the request at the Aug. 2 Murrieta […]

All Star Physical Therapy wins ‘stars’ in growth

All Star Physical Therapy wins ‘stars’ in growth

With the greater emphasis on better health though exercise it is no surprise that companies like All Star Physical Therapy clinics in southwest Riverside County and San Diego have almost doubled their business in the past year. At one time people needing physical therapy would need a doctor’s or a sports trainer’s referral, to receive […]

Thomas Mountain Ranch community water system remains in limbo

The specter of one of the longest lasting court cases in the United States District Court, Southern District of California, has once again reared its ugly head in an Anza housing development over water rights. It began with a request by developer of Thomas Mountain Ranch, Greg Burnet, for an amendment to his planned housing […]

Murrieta City Council revises Developer Impact Fee estimates downward

Proposed residential development impact fees, which charged homebuilders to offset the costs of required infrastructure in new developments, have been revised downward by the action of Murrieta City Council July 19. At the council’s June 21 meeting, city staff presented the council its recommendations to update the city’s Developer Impact Fee schedule that had not […]

Pat and Oscar’s celebrates 20 years in Temecula

Pat and Oscar’s celebrates 20 years in Temecula

Pat and Oscar Sarkisian and their fine family Italian and pizza restaurant, Pat and Oscar’s, were honored by both the city of Temecula and the Temecula Chamber of Commerce during their 20th Anniversary Celebration July 20. Accepting the honors were Pat and Oscar, their daughter Tammy Moore, who now operates the Temecula restaurant, and their […]

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