Jeff Pack Staff Writer Heeding the advice of Temecula City Attorney Peter Thorson, the city of Temecula Community Services Department announced that they would be canceling a tentatively scheduled Fourth of July fireworks display at Ronald Reagan Sports Park. “The city of Temecula Community Services Department notified vendors the July 4 fireworks display was being canceled to avoid unrecoverable costs to the city and based upon the opinion of city attorney Peter Thorson,” a press release issued by the city late Wednesday night stated.  That leaves the city of Lake Elsinore, which moved to host a July 4 fireworks show earlier this week and the city of Menifee as the only two cities in southwest Riverside County planning to host a fireworks display on Independence Day.  T
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