On August 10th the Temecula Valley Hospital celebrated the opening of their:
140 bed, 5 story hospital. The project increased the former ratio of beds per 1,000 residents from 1.2 to 2.
Fortune 500 companies such as Intel, and Google are visited to learn about the high levels of efficiencies.
Wine Country has much to be excited about now that a master plan has been generated for the sewer expansion project. Next year we will have sewer lines in the ground which will spur hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of projects and new jobs in the near future.
In a Public / Private partnership we received 16 responses from the Vintners committing to the Project
Phased Construction of Sewer System to Accommodate Proposed Development
Phase 1 - $17M- with 2M from the county created from the bed tax in wine country.
The Community of Winchester will celebrate its 125th anniversary. Invite to celebration in October.
The Winchester / Homeland MAC brought the community together and drafted the Winchester land-use study. The study was developed to address what residents and property owners to see vision and development trends in their unincorporated community in the future and may position Winchester to possibly become the newest city in Riverside County.
Special thank you to our Cal Fire & Riverside County Fire Fighters for all of their hard work in the fire.
The county has embraced an aggressive Quimby policy of 5 acres per 1000 residents, as a result we saw more parks open in the district including Madigan, Galleron at Morgan Hill, and Spencer’s Crossing in French Valley.
Madigan Park, the newest park, opened last month and features basketball courts, tennis courts, sand volleyball, an amphitheater, tot lot and garden trails that offer beautiful panoramic views of the Temecula Valley and expanding recreation in the area.
At out Hemet and Murrieta centers 15,226 job seekers received an array of services.
1,440 new and returning Veterans received services through our partner agency, the EDD.
135 new and returning businesses received services from our Business Solutions team.
WDC also helped the new Temecula Valley Hospital with talent acquisition, hosting three job fairs which screen hundreds of applicants. WDC assisted in recruiting about 300 administration, tech. and RN positions.
Gilman Springs Rd. Safety Improvements
Leon Rd. Safety Improvements
Over $50 Million in flood Control projects are in progress in the third district including Murrieta Creek, Valle Vista Channel, Stetson Ave. Storm Drain, Bautista Creek, Little Lake Basin Expansion and five other projects.
Infrastructure investment collaborations with the City of Hemet and flood control projects to help create jobs and activities to assist in the economic development.
Working the Anza Valley Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) and private contractors to bring a beautiful monument sign to the Anza Valley.
On September 7th our office partnered with local health groups to help bring the community the fair. Free dental, glucose tests and other health screenings were provided at no cost to the public.
Glen Oaks Fire Station #96 is now open for operation. This $4.7 million project has a 9,624 square-foot facility, located on two acres of land nestled between Glen Oaks and Temecula Valley Wine Country. The station will service the needs of the expanding Temecula Valley Wine Country area bringing EMS service and keeping fire insurance premiums down.
Estudillo Mansion, 150 S. Dillon Ave San Jacinto, CA
The mansion was built in 1884 by Francisco Estudillo, Jr. It is one of three National Historical Sites within the County. The mansion and a twin mansion built by his brother Antonio Estudillo, near Soboba Hot Springs are all that remain of a 35,000 acre Mexican land grant given to their father, Jose Antonio Estudillo in 1842. Francisco Estudillo was San Jacinto's first postmaster and was also appointed Mission Indian Agent for the Federal Government, responsible for 32 reservations in southern and central California. Tourism – The San Jacinto Valley Tourism Committee is dedicated to showcasing all the beauty and attractions of the region. Most have witnessed that malls, wineries and other local businesses have seen an increase in business. Planning applications are up, visits to my office by developers have increase to modify old projects and create new ones
The recent devastating fires were eventually controlled and extinguished by our local Hemet Ryan Air Fire Base which solidifies that Hemet Ryan is a top notch air attach base and pivotal in the CA wildfire abatement role.
Coming back to the runway in 2013 is the biennial Hemet-Ryan Air Show. This show is truly embraced by the community and our last airshow at Hemet Ryan brought in an estimated 30,000 airplane enthusiasts through the doors and we anticipate that this year’s event will be just as lively
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