The San Bernardino city council worked late in to the night mulling over drastic budget cuts as the city faces a $47 million dollar deficit. Proposals include laying off hundreds of workers closing library and community centers, but no decision has been announced.
Corona is putting a stop to its red-light camera program. City Council members voted yesterday in favor of canceling its contract with Redflex Traffic Systems, saying they were not satisfied with the results. The city’s contract with Redflex expires on November 5th, and tickets received before then will still be valid.
Riverside County vector control officials are planning to spray for mosquitos in parts of Beaumont this evening. They’ll spray near Palmer Avenue and Morris Street and near Minnesota and First streets where mosquitos that carry West Nile Virus have been found.
The Williams Fire in the Angeles National Forest is now 24 percent contained. The fire is still at 36-hundred acres and is spread across very rugged, steep terrain. Full containment isn’t expected for another week.
The new version of the iPhone will likely be unveiled next week. Apple is sending invitations to members of the media for an event in San Francisco on September 12th.
The Super Bowl champion New York Giants kick off the 2012 NFL season hosting the division-rival Dallas Cowboys this evening at MetLife Stadium.
**Programming note** Brian Casey continues to recover from his knee surgery. If you would like to send him some get well wishes, send cards and notes to Brian Casey c/o KOLA 99.9, 1940 Orange Tree Ln, Redlands, CA 92374
September 5, 2012 at 5:11 am | Local News | No comment