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Wildomar gives Oak Springs Ranch Phase II green light for 288-unit apartment complex

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The Wildomar City Council centered its discussions around a number of resolutions concerning the planned Oak Springs Ranch Phase II Apartment Project that plans...

Wildomar to help with October Rooted in Nature Brewfest in Marna O’Brian Park

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Wildomar City Council agreed to work with the upcoming Rooted in Nature Craft Brew Festival at Marna O’Brian Park presented by the Santa Rosa...

Cannabis businesses move forward in Wildomar, council approves midyear budget report

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To kick off the Wildomar City Council meeting Wednesday, Jan. 13, Mayor Dustin Nigg took time for some presentations recognizing city councilmembers, staff and...

Nigg, Moore join Wildomar City Council again

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At the opening of the Wildomar City Council meeting, council members Bridgette Moore, District 4 and mayor pro tem, and Dustin Nigg, District 2...

Nigg leads virtual Wildomar State of the City

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Like everything else in 2020, Wildomar’s State of the City address by Mayor Dustin Nigg was held virtually and hosted by the Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber...

Wildomar reups city manager’s contract, approves Baxter Village go-ahead

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Wildomar Mayor Dustin Nigg kicked off the Wednesday, Nov. 11, city council meeting with a Veterans Day message. “Keep in mind veterans when you go...

Moore likely to retain Wildomar’s District 4 seat

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Jeff Pack Staff Writer Incumbent Bridgette Moore maintained her lead over Kenneth “Kenny” Mayes to retain her City of Wildomar District 4 City Council seat.  As of...

Wildomar council approves first reading of ADU zoning amendment

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During the Wednesday, Oct. 14, meeting of the Wildomar City Council, the council approved a zoning ordinance amendment regulating Accessory Dwelling Units in residential...

Mayes challenges incumbent Moore for Wildomar’s District 4 seat

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For those who regularly attend – in person or virtually – Wildomar city council meetings, the two candidates vying to fill the District 4...

Mayes backs out of chamber’s Wildomar District 4 council forum

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Wildomar District 4 city council candidate Kenneth “Kenny” Mayes declined to participate in a Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce virtual forum broadcast live on YouTube...