Murrieta City Council considers action on non-permitted construction in residential neighborhoods

Murrieta City Council considered action against non-permitted recreational vehicles driveways and garages during a special workshop before the regular city council meeting, Aug. 1. Illegal RV-related structures are a growing issue in the city of Murrieta, according to a presentation from Assistant City Manager Ivan Holler. “There are a number of locations in the city […]

Murrieta votes to implement city council districts

Murrieta votes to implement city council districts

The Murrieta City Council approved a switch to district council elections, July 18. The council voted 3 to 1 to approve the measure, with Mayor Pro Tem Jonathan Ingram dissenting and Councilman Randon Lane absent due to surgery. “I appreciate the amount of effort you’ve put forth on this,” Ingram said to the attorney and […]

Murrieta presents draft district maps as council speaks out against districts

Murrieta presents draft district maps as council speaks out against districts

Murrieta city council heard the third of four public hearings June 20 regarding a possible move to district-based elections. Two possible draft maps, known as the “green” and “yellow” maps, were presented by Christina Cameron, who is a partner at city attorney Leslie Devaney’s law firm, and Douglas Johnson, who as president of National Demographics […]

Murrieta PD to move forward with concealed weapon permit processing

Murrieta City Council heard an update on concealed weapons from Police Chief Sean Hadden during the April 4, regular council meeting. During the presentation, Hadden gave council a full update on the issue as a follow up to a workshop held in September. Currently licensing is done through an agreement with the Riverside County Sheriff’s […]

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