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6 07, 2018

Gas Tax Karen Spiegel Supports High Speed Rail

2018-07-06T17:47:00+00:00

W.T. Absolute F? There is a way to prove incompetence as a leader... Yes, it is possible, that if you'd like to show the world that you don't care about how their hard earned tax dollars are spent, you can... You can tell the people that trusted you enough to put you into a position [...]

Gas Tax Karen Spiegel Supports High Speed Rail 2018-07-06T17:47:00+00:00
27 06, 2018

Gas Tax Karen Spiegel Won’t Win County Supervisor – She can barely win in Corona

2018-06-27T21:39:08+00:00

The Riverside County Registrar of Voters just finished counting ballots for the District 2 County Supervisor election, and though Gas Tax Karen Spiegel barely made second place, the third place challenger, Penny Newman, declared that she won't seek a recount. Gas Tax Karen Spiegel will have to face former Assemblyman Eric Linder, who has been [...]

Gas Tax Karen Spiegel Won’t Win County Supervisor – She can barely win in Corona 2018-06-27T21:39:08+00:00
24 02, 2018

POLL: Overwhelming Opposition to Gas Tax Karen Spiegel for Riverside County Supervisor

2018-06-27T19:03:27+00:00

I’ve heard rumors for months that a poll has been conducted in the Riverside County Supervisor election to replace John Tavaglione in District 2. A limited copy of the poll has finally landed in my hands. I'm glad to report that Gas Tax Karen can be found basically in last place, leading only William [...]

POLL: Overwhelming Opposition to Gas Tax Karen Spiegel for Riverside County Supervisor 2018-06-27T19:03:27+00:00
12 02, 2018

Cars remain popular because they are vastly superior to transit alternatives

2018-02-12T21:39:59+00:00

By GARY GALLES | PUBLISHED: February 8, 2018 at 7:30 am | UPDATED: February 8, 2018 at 10:02 am The Los Angeles Times has recently reported that public transit agencies “have watched their ridership numbers fall off a cliff over the last five years,” with multi-year decreases in mass transit use by up to 25 percent. And a new UCLA [...]

Cars remain popular because they are vastly superior to transit alternatives 2018-02-12T21:39:59+00:00
25 12, 2017

Did $1.4 billion 91 Freeway toll lanes project make traffic worse in Corona?

2017-12-26T22:34:16+00:00

It’s an early Wednesday morning on Green River Road in Corona. A one-mile stretch to the 91 Freeway is lit up with red brake lights as waiting cars move at a crawl. Traffic navigation apps indicate that it will take between 23 and 29 minutes to travel that one mile. For commuters such as Brian [...]

Did $1.4 billion 91 Freeway toll lanes project make traffic worse in Corona? 2017-12-26T22:34:16+00:00
27 11, 2017

ALERT: Corona City Council Quietly Pushing to Pass a $100M Bridge Without Sending Notices to Local Businesses and Residents for Input

2017-12-23T20:14:57+00:00

The City Council is set to vote on a $100M Grade Separation to turn McKinley Street into a 1/2 mile long 40' high Bridge on Tuesday, November 28th at 3:45Pm "Study Session" at Council Chambers without sending notices to the 750 businesses and 3,500 residents who will be adversely affected for their input.     [...]

ALERT: Corona City Council Quietly Pushing to Pass a $100M Bridge Without Sending Notices to Local Businesses and Residents for Input 2017-12-23T20:14:57+00:00
24 11, 2017

Corona city employees threaten to strike over cuts

2017-12-23T23:19:50+00:00

City of Corona employees are threatening to strike after the City Council approved across-the-board cuts and a small raise to help the city out of financial straits amid a recall effort and a plan to ask voters to approve a sales tax increase. Due to an impasse after 18 months of contract negotiations, the council [...]

Corona city employees threaten to strike over cuts 2017-12-23T23:19:50+00:00
15 11, 2017

Corona residents fuming over commuter traffic on residential streets

2017-12-23T23:38:18+00:00

CORONA (KABC) -- If you think traffic is bad on the 91 freeway through Corona, just getting to the freeway in that part of the Inland Empire can be nearly as difficult. "It's a beautiful neighborhood, quiet and peaceful," said resident Damon Rachell. "Except between 6 and 9 in the morning." As the traffic started [...]

Corona residents fuming over commuter traffic on residential streets 2017-12-23T23:38:18+00:00
14 09, 2017

Effort to remove Corona’s mayor, two council members moves forward

2018-06-27T21:41:03+00:00

A group seeking to oust three Corona City Council members has won approval to begin collecting signatures for the effort. Recall organizers are seeking to remove Corona Mayor Dick Haley and council members Karen Spiegel and Eugene Montanez from office, accusing them of financial mismanagement, seeking to raise taxes and poor land-use decisions. The council members say [...]

Effort to remove Corona’s mayor, two council members moves forward 2018-06-27T21:41:03+00:00
2 09, 2017

Residents aim to oust three Corona City Council members; allege poor leadership

2017-12-23T19:52:45+00:00

A group of Corona residents have launched a recall campaign against Corona Mayor Dick Haley and city council members Karen Spiegel and Eugene Montanez. Recall organizers’ petitions cite several reasons why they want to remove the three council members from office. They accuse them of financial mismanagement, poor land-use decisions and increased taxes. The trio [...]

Residents aim to oust three Corona City Council members; allege poor leadership 2017-12-23T19:52:45+00:00