Murrieta Mayor Pro Tem Randon Lane leaves council for US DOT job

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Mayor Pro Tem Randon Lane, who is pictured here at a previous city council meeting, has resigned from the city council to take an appointment with the U.S. Department of Transportation. Courtesy photo
Murrieta City Council bid farewell the Mayor Pro Tem Randon Lane and approved an agreement for a joint police communications center between Murrieta and the neighboring city of Menifee at its Tuesday, Aug. 20, meeting. Lane announced his appointment to the U.S. Department of Transportation in Washington by the Trump administration and resignation from his position on the city council last month. Lane was congratulated by Rep. Ken Calvert, state Sen. Jeff Stone, Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez, Riverside County 3rd District Supervisor Chuck Washington, representatives from Southern California Association of Governments, Western Riverside Council of Governments, League of California Cities, neighboring city council members and many others. Stone called Lane’s public service to Murr
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