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As Schools Reopen, Gov. Newsom Invests $123.9 Billion to Address Financial and Safety Concerns
August 12, 2021
On Aug. 3 in Perris, California – a Riverside County city located about 70 miles east of Los Angeles -- Lincoln Cooper and Fortunate Hove Cooper handed out free backpacks full of school supplies and hand sanitizers to struggling families during a triple-digit heat wave.  They were joined by a handful of volunteers that included representatives from the Moreno Valley School District. ... read more »
Jasmin Hall becomes first Black President of the Inland Empire Utilities Agency  
February 18, 2021
Two elections held in the last three months have placed San Bernardino County resident Jasmin Hall in a position where she wields the most influence among a handful of African Americans serving in California water industry leadership roles. Late last year, Hall’s colleagues elected her the first African American president of the Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA). ... read more »
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