Murrieta Fire & Rescue receives a $2M grant to use in ‘whatever they need’

Mayor Gene Wunderlich discusses the grant being awarded to the Murrieta Fire & Rescue for $2 million. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Staff and council members met to discuss several items at the Murrieta City Council meeting Tuesday, Sept. 15, which is still being held virtually due to COVID-19.On Sept. 9, the Murrieta Senior Center turned 15; the city wished them many more happy years of helping older adults and thanked them for being a great resource for the community.Council member Christi White presented Sept. 9, as part of the Riverside County Habitat Conservation Agency team, to the California Natural Resources Agency on a grant application related to a new project called the Steele Peak Inaugural Trail, which will be located in Perris. The project will be similar to the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve for that area, she said.On Sept. 11, Assembly Bill 1945 was signed into law effective Jan. 1, 2
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