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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...

Wildomar awards $6.8M construction contract for Bundy Canyon improvement project

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During the Wednesday, Sept. 9, meeting of the Wildomar City Council, they unanimously approved awarding a contract of 6,883,950.30 for the construction of the...

Wildomar council agrees to change time of meetings, approves market research study

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While the state of California remains under gathering restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wildomar City Council agreed to change the start time...

Wildomar City Council votes to appoint Nigg to District 2 seat

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Aiming to make the deadline for Riverside County elections, the Wildomar City Council voted unanimously to appoint Dustin Nigg to represent District 2 instead...

Wildomar city council votes to appoint Nigg to District 2 seat

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Jeff Pack Staff Writer Aiming to make the deadline for Riverside County elections, the Wildomar City Council voted unanimously to appoint Dustin Nigg to represent District...