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The Governor Has Proposed A New State Budget For Consideration

On January 10, Governor Gavin Newsom released his proposed budget for fiscal years 2022-23, noting that he intended to use a portion of the state’s enormous budget surplus to address some of the state’s most serious existential challenges. Newsom said in a statement that the California Blueprint “illuminates the path forward to continue the historic …

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Standard & Poor’s Has Raised Fontana’s Credit And Bond Ratings, Indicating That The Company Is Functioning Well In Terms Of Financial Health And Stability

It was announced in a news release issued by Fontana that the city has seen an improvement in its credit and bond ratings, indicating that the investing community has restored confidence in the city’s financial health. In addition to the company’s issuer credit rating being increased from AA- to AA, Standard & Poor’s has also …

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On Tuesday, The Fontana City Council Voted Unanimously To Accept Plans For A New Shopping Complex In The City’s Northern Section, According To The Council’s Official Website

The Fontana City Council authorized plans for a new shopping mall to be constructed in the city’s northern section earlier this month. Earlier in the month, the city’s planning commission gave its approval to the proposals, which were then implemented. According to the company’s estimates, Citrus Crossroads will open in the second half of next …

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New Sustainability Criteria Strike A Balance Between Economic Growth And Environmental Protection

As a local business leader, Fontana citizen, and environmentalist, I applaud the Fontana mayor and City Council for recently deciding to adopt new development regulations that will help the city balance post-COVID economic recovery while also protecting our air, streets, and way of life. Other cities have taken harsh measures to handle the new realities …

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In 2021, There Were Good News And Bad News In Fontana

The New Year has arrived in Fontana, but it feels eerily similar to the previous one. Unfortunately, COVID-19 is still the main concern on citizens’ minds. The epidemic peaked in January 2021 before decreasing to very low levels, allowing the city to return to a (still restricted) sense of normalcy last winter. After being closed …

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Fontana And The State Attorney General Have Reached An Agreement Over A Warehouse Project In A Low-Income Community

The settlement, according to State Attorney General Rob Bonta, is “unique” in how it solves environmental inequities. Fontana and state Attorney General Rob Bonta have reached an agreement in a lawsuit filed last summer challenging the city’s approval of a 206,000-square-foot warehouse near Jurupa Hills High School at Slover and Oleander avenues. Bonta termed the …

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