Murrieta City Council approves Adobe Springs Specific Plan for 283 homes and business park

Murrieta City Council approves Adobe Springs Specific Plan for 283 homes and business park

After nearly three years of planning and intensive study, the Murrieta City Council approved the 122-acre Adobe Springs residential and business development specific plan located along the west side of Winchester Road between Via Mira Mora and Porth Road across from French Valley Airport. The project had “the most constraints than any other,” according to […]

Murrieta’s New Council sees return of former councilmembers

Murrieta’s New Council sees return of former councilmembers

Murrieta City Council welcomed new Councilmember Kelly Seyarto to the dais during their Dec. 6 meeting at City Hall. Randon Lane was also sworn in for his third term as a councilmember. The city declared the results of the election and recognized outgoing Councilman Harry Ramos for his time served on the council. “Mr. Ramos […]

Economic development hot button issue for Murrieta City Council candidates

Economic development hot button issue for Murrieta City Council candidates

Economic Development was the name of the game during two Murrieta candidate forums recently held in the city. The candidate forums were co-sponsored by the Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors and the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce. The first event, held Monday, Oct. 10, at the SRCAR, was a bit of a “lovefest,” moderator Gene […]

Murrieta City Councilman donates protective vests to Animal Control officers

Murrieta City Councilman donates protective vests to Animal Control officers

WILDOMAR – Animal control officers of Animal Friends of the Valleys are feeling a bit safer as they pursue their daily duties throughout the communities thanks to the generosity of Murrieta City Councilman Jonathan Ingram. A total of nine custom fitted vests were presented to the AFV officers for use in the field at briefing […]

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 […]

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