Murrieta to welcome DeForest, Stone to the city council

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Murrieta City Council-Cphoto.jpg - Councilmember Kelly Seyarto, bottom right, announces his soon-to-be departure from city council, since he was recently elected to the California State Assembly for District 67. Valley News/Courtesy photo
In a short Murrieta City Council meeting, Nov. 17, city staff briefly discussed governing body announcements, among news of election results. Councilmember Jonathan Ingram discussed that the Regional Conservation Authority, which manages the largest habitat conservation plan in the nation, according to their website, is now under a new management entity, which will be the Riverside County Transportation Commission for 2021. Although the RCTC will be managing the RCA, the RCA will still be an independent body, and will be sending out information to their councilmembers regarding the transition, according to Ingram. As councilmember Kelly Seyarto was recently elected to serve on the California State Assembly for District 67, he announced during the meeting that he will have to step
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