Wildomar approves poll seeking opinion of residents

Wildomar approves poll seeking opinion of residents

The Wildomar City Council Wednesday, Nov. 8, approved an agreement with a company to put together polling for Wildomar residents with questions about the kinds of things they might like to see enacted or fixed within the city. The council voted unanimously to approve a $37,750 Professional Services Agreement for Community Interest Polling Services with […]

Canyon Lake man accused in Southwest Riverside County robberies must stand trial, judge rules

Canyon Lake man accused in Southwest Riverside County robberies must stand trial, judge rules

A Canyon Lake man accused of committing eight robberies in Riverside County over a monthlong span must stand trial on multiple felony charges, a judge ruled today. Brandon William Geer, 36, was arrested in Temecula on Jan. 11 after allegedly committing his last holdup near the Pechanga Resort & Casino. Following a preliminary hearing Monday […]

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, […]

WILDOMAR FIRE: With blaze now at 700 acres, evacuations remain in place; some Murrieta schools are dismissing

WILDOMAR FIRE: With blaze now at 700 acres, evacuations remain in place; some Murrieta schools are dismissing

UPDATE: Oct. 27, 2:36 p.m. The blaze that was reported about 12:30 p.m. Thursday in the San Mateo Canyon Wilderness area, south of the Ortega (74) Highway and Main Divide Road was 15 percent contained and burning in a northeasterly direction as of 1 p.m., according to the U.S. Forest Service. No injuries have been […]

Wildomar mayor talks about the city’s past, future during ‘State of the City’ event

Wildomar mayor talks about the city’s past, future during ‘State of the City’ event

Councilmembers wore cowboy hats, barbecue was served and chairs inside Wildomar city council chambers were painted white with black spots like cowhides for an event that not only looked at where Wildomar was going, but also where the city had been. Wildomar Mayor Tim Walker delivered the ninth “State of the City” address, titled “The […]

Wildomar takes the beginning steps of deferring fees for some development projects

Members of the Wildomar City Council approved a change to a city ordinance, Oct. 3, which will allow some developers to delay payment of developer impact fees until later. Councilmember Marsha Swanson, Councilmember Dustin Nigg and Mayor Tim Walker were present during a special meeting Tuesday morning, and they unanimously approved the change to an […]

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