Matt Rahn finished second among voters in the Nov. 4 Temecula council race. But the newly-elected official topped the five-candidate field in fundraising prowess. The filing of the final round of campaign disclosure reports prefaced a winery gathering in which Rahn, who drew support from environmentalists and a range of other groups, sought to offset […]
Two former candidates are interested, another isn’t, in an open Temecula City Council seat that will be a key focus of the panel’s March 24 meeting. At that time, one freshly-minted councilman and three longtime members will decide how to fill the first council vacancy of its kind in a decade. The decision on how […]
In the place of a name, Temecula officials have picked a pair of inspirational messages they say will “capture the intent” of the city’s $1.2 million special needs playground. That approach stemmed from scripture and a committee’s consensus, according to a city report and a council member’s remark at the playground’s recent dedication. That Feb. […]
Temecula area water officials are breathing easier after a pair of recent reports indicated that last year’s $49.6 million Vail Lake land deal appears to be a sound financial investment.
An emotional homage to Ron Roberts took 90 minutes to unfold and required two large tables to hold all the mementos that were presented to the recently retired Temecula councilman and mayor.
Mayor Jeff Comerchero set the tone for the Jan. 27 sendoff event by telling onlookers that they had “picked an interesting night to come” to a Temecula council meeting. He told the audience to expect a “teary eye or two” before the event was over.
UPDATE More than 1,000 people turned out for TEA Party rallies Thursday in Menifee and Temecula that were part of a nationwide effort to grab attention on tax filing day. Participants at the colorful, noisy gatherings focused on delivering written and verbal volleys that packed a political punch. While the largely-conservative activists said they were […]