LE Council votes to allow marijuana cultivation, manufacturing

Lake Elsinore City Council voted to adopt its Cannabis Municipal Code authorizing manufacturing and cultivation with accessory uses in specific Manufacturing zones within the city during its regular meeting Nov. 28. Lake Elsinore Community Development Director Grant Taylor gave a brief presentation to the city on the ordinance which allows for the cultivation, processing and […]

Lake Elsinore City Council holds first public hearing for election transition

Lake Elsinore City Council conducted the first of four public hearings regarding the proposed transition from at-large to by district elections Tuesday, Nov. 28. The goal of the hearing was to receive public comments and input regarding the formation of new voting districts. The city was forced to consider the move after receiving a letter […]

Lake Elsinore City Council sees move to by-district elections as financial ‘extortion’

Despite feelings that a law firm’s claim that the city of Lake Elsinore has violated the California Voting Rights Act of 2001 by conducting at-large elections is simply “extortion” and “false,” the Lake Elsinore City Council voted its intent to transition to by-district elections during a special meeting Tuesday, Nov. 7, at the city cultural […]

Lake Elsinore Coalition tackles homelessness in the city

Lake Elsinore Coalition tackles homelessness in the city

A full house of attendees flocked to the Lake Elsinore Cultural Arts Center Nov. 2 for a frank discussion on homelessness in the city. The inaugural Homeless Outreach Community Coalition meeting featured city leaders, county officials, nonprofit groups, church leaders and interested residents, who discussed the ongoing problem in the city and what could be […]

Man suspected in vandalism of Machado Park in Lake Elsinore

Man suspected in vandalism of Machado Park in Lake Elsinore

Deputies arrested a 19-year-old Lake Elsinore man suspected in a series of vandalism at the city’s Machado Park over the last three months on Oct. 24, sheriff’s officials said. Daniel Rendon was arrested in the area of Clement and Broadway streets in connection with the vandalism as well as for two outstanding warrants and booked […]

WILDOMAR FIRE: Containment now up to 90 percent

WILDOMAR FIRE: Containment now up to 90 percent

UPDATE: Oct. 29, 9:48 a.m. Firefighters strengthened containment lines overnight on an 850-acre fire that broke out in the Cleveland National Forest a few miles southwest of Wildomar, increasing the containment level to 90 percent today as cooler temperatures set in. Full containment of the fire is expected by Monday, according to the U.S. Forest Service. UPDATE: Oct. 28, […]

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