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TEMESCAL CANYON MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETS ON THE FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH

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PREVIOUS MEETING:

Date & Time: Wednesday, June 7, 2006, 7:00 P.M.
Location: Sycamore Creek Swim Club
25420 Mayhew Canyon Drive
Corona, CA 92883
951-277-3257

Program Topics:

1. Description: Overview of the Crossings at Corona shopping center. How much more work until it is finished? What are the new stores that have gone in as well as those that will soon be coming? What is planned for the area north of the center that they are filling in and compacting?
Kay Wilson, Property Manager of Crossings at Corona, gives an update on the progress of the shopping center during the June 7th 2006 Temescal Municipal Advisory Council meeting. Speaker:
Kay Wilson, Property Manager
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2. Description: General information on the Dos Lagos project. What building is taking place, what they have accomplished over the last 4 years & what is being planned. Information on additional acreage being purchased and agreements to negotiate with the Corona-Norco Unified School District for the future Rancho Serrano High School. See Press Enterprise article for background.
Ali Sahabi, President of SE Corporation, gives an update and overview of the Dos Lagos project during the June 7th, 2006 Temescal Canyon Municipal Advisory Council meeting.Speaker:
 Ali Sahabi, President, SE Corporation
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3. Description: How does the El Sobrante Waste Management landfill keep the environment safe from contamination? Damon De Frates, District Manager of the El Sobrante Landfill gives an update and discusses final closure on 24 acres along with their restoration and conservation program.
Damon De Frates, District Manager of the El Sobrante Landfill gives an update and discusses final closure on 24 acres along with their restoration and conservation program. Speaker:
 Damon De Frates, District Manager
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4. Description: Update on Temescal Valley Community Faire.

5. Description: Report from Supervisor Bob Busterís Office.
Speaker:
Wendy Kolk, Legislative Assistant

 

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Temescal Valley Town Hall Meeting
Wednesday, May 6th, 2009
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Temescal Valley Elementary School
22950 Claystone Ave.
Corona, CA 92883

Temescal Valley Town Hall Meeting. Wednesday, May 6th, 2009.

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Temescal Valley Community Faire & Watermelon Festival
This annual event takes place each year in Temescal Valley, California at the Temescal Driving Range, 23100 Temescal Canyon Road, Corona, California. The Temescal Canyon MAC and the Temescal Heritage Foundation sponsor the event. The Faire allows the community the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the services that the County of Riverside has to offer, meet and speak with 1st District Supervisor Bob Buster, as well as look at local development plans.

This is a festive event that includes free raffle prizes, games and crafts for the kids, clowns and balloons, live music, a rock climbing wall plus plenty of $0.25 hot dogs and sodas, snow cones and cotton candy.

Watch Faire Film From 2006

Watch Faire Film From 2005

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Roll Call:

Phyllis Beede (Chairman)

Marty Kreisler (Vice Chairman)

Wayne Kiley (Secretary)

Larry Werner

Joyce Deleo

Wendy Kolk, Legislative Assistant

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Riverside County Sheriff Bob Doyle discusses the monitoring of sexual predators in Horsethief Canyon and the area of Temescal Valley, California.
Monitoring Sexual Predators in Temescal Valley

Riverside County Sheriff Bob Doyle gives an update on the state of Riverside County and how it relates to Temescal Valley, California.
Sheriff's Update for Temescal Valley

Eugene Montanez, Corona City Council, discusses the steps in the annexation process.
Annexation of Temescal Valley?

George J. Spiliotis, Executive Officer of the Riverside Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) reviews the spheres of influence of the City of Corona and Lake Elsinore in Temescal Valley, California.
Spheres of Influence in Temescal Valley

Ted Rozzi, Assistant Superintendent from the Corona-Norco Unified School District discusses plans on selecting acreage for the proposed Serrano Ranch High School in Temescal Valley, California.
Future Serrano Ranch High School Update

Sergeant Bruce Smith of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, Lake Elsinore station explains what R.O.V.E. is and what their off-road enforcement program entails in Temescal Valley, California.
Riverside County Sheriff's Department Off-Road Enforcement

Sergeant Bruce Smith of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, Lake Elsinore station compares statistics of 2000 and 2005 emergency response times in the Temescal Valley, California area.
Riverside County Sheriff's Department Response Times

Representatives from The Retreat and Dos Lagos discuss plans on road improvements for Weirick Road exit off the 15 freeway in Temescal Valley, California.
Weirick and I-15 Interchange Road Improvements

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