NEWS AND UPDATES

emailasset_facebook_logo_lgWILL TEMESCAL VALLEY BE GIVEN FLOOD CONTROL FUNDING FOR COUNTY’S 2014-15 BUDGET?
Zone 2 commissioners will meet 2 p.m. Monday in Eastvale to discuss the budgeting of projects for the next fiscal year.
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COMPANY THAT OWNS TRILOGY GOLF COURSE FACES PONZI SCHEME CHARGES
US Securities and Exchange Commission files complaint in federal court; assets frozen and a temporary receiver appointed.
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Read The Press-Enterprise report HERE

91 FREEWAY CONSTRUCTION ALERT
April 14 – 18: Read it HERE

BIG NEWS! GOOGLE MAPS SHOWS TEMESCAL VALLEY AS A DESIGNATION
Valley resident reaches out to let Google know we are recognized by postal service within the 92883 ZIP code.
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DID YOU MISS THE TOWN HALL MEETING? HERE’S A RECAP
Also includes a list of who spoke and their personal contact information.
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TEMESCAL VALLEY, 92883 NOW OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED 
Zip Code locator on US Postal Service website shows Temescal Valley as a designation within the 92883 Zip Code.
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POST OFFICE CREATES ‘TEMESCAL VALLEY’ DESIGNATION WITHIN 92883 ZIP CODE Good work by Identity Committee pays off. Valley folks can drop Corona mailing address and use Temescal Valley beginning March 1.
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monument thumbnailFREEWAY MONUMENTS TO BE ERECTED IN JULY AT ENTRANCES TO TEMESCAL VALLEY
They’re big and they’re beautiful, and the Temescal Community Fund will cover the $500,000 expense. Read story HERE

Clay runoffSHARE YOUR RAIN PHOTOS  AND WE’LL ADD  THEM TO OUR GALLERY
Two-day storm was wet, wild and welcomed. Mother Nature left the Valley pretty much undamaged. Picture at left serves as a reminder of just how much clay there is in our soil.
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HERE ARE SOME GREAT TIPS ON HOW YOU CAN PROTECT YOURSELF
Temescal Valley resident attends self-defense workshop and shares safety presentation made by Lt. Zach Hall of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Lake Elsinore Station.
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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE SETS GOAL
Chairman Rob Mucha says group is working to monitor and improve service levels to Temescal Valley residents.
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SHORING UP OUR IDENTITY IS COMMITTE GOAL
Chairwoman Tracy Davis says it’s amazing how many Temescal Valley residents think they live in Corona because of our mailing address.
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Jack Wyatt is honored.
Jack Wyatt is honored.

MANY FOLKS TURN OUT TO PAY TRIBUTE TO JACK WYATT
County Board of Supervisors honors Jack for more than 30 years of service. Many Temescal Valley residents took part in the standing ovation at the Feb. 4 meeting.
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NEWLY FORMED BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE GETS OFF TO A GOOD START
Chairman Bob Hafner says meetings are open to anyone interested in sprucing up the Valley. This group is responsible for the recent freeway cleanup by Caltrans.
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2 thoughts on “NEWS AND UPDATES

  1. Johanna Allard

    Hi there – just wanted to say thank you to all of you who do a good job at transforming our community.
    I attended the Town Meeting the other night – but could not stay too late as I had a ill daughter.

    Our question was “What are they planning to do at the end of Temescal Canyon Road and Lake Street?”
    All those beautiful Eucalyptus trees cut down, I just about cried. We know that progress will always be occurring but it is quite sad. We hope that whatever it is they are doing – it was worth cutting down all those trees.
    Thank you – Johanna

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    1. admin Post author

      Hi, Johanna. I’m glad you were able to attend Wednesday’s town hall. I know there are some folks — primarily Horsethief Canyon Ranch residents, that also are wondering about those spectacular trees that are being removed at the northeast corner of Temescal Canyon Road and Lake Street. Two theories prevail. 1. A Mulligan’s Family Center is going to be built there, and 2. It’s prep work being done for the replacement of the old bridge that crosses the wash on TCR north of the intersection. That intersection is actually located within the boundary of the city of Lake Elsinore. I reached out to a city councilman a couple of weeks ago who responded in an email saying he thinks the property is being cleared by the property owner in preparation to sell it. The city hasn’t been approached by any developers concerning that property. The bridge work isn’t scheduled until 2017.

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