Murrieta to receive an estimated $590,000 in CDBG funds

Staff receives seven applications from nonprofit organizations requesting Community Development Block Grant funds. Valley News/Courtesy photo
At the Murrieta City Council meeting, Tuesday, Dec. 1, city staff opened up the floor to thank and congratulate those who had served but would be moving on from the city council and the newcomers who would be filling those seats.Former Councilmember Kelly Seyarto was recognized by the city of Murrieta and others for his achievement in being elected to the California State Assembly, representing District 67. Mayor Gene Wunderlich will finish his time on the council at the end of the year and did not run for reelection.Councilmembers-elect Dr. Lisa DeForest and Lori Stone will fill the vacant seats for Districts 3 and 4 and be sworn in during the meeting, Tuesday, Dec. 15.In a staff presentation, the city discussed Community Development Block Grant allocations for fiscal year 202
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