|Congratulations to Cajon High School for advancing to the CIF Semi-finals! This Friday, Nov. 27, they take on Heritage at 7 p.m. at Cajon. Go Cowboys!|
On Monday, Nov. 16, the Mayor and Common Council gave City staff the green light to move forward with negotiating a 10-year service contract with Burrtec Waste Industries, Inc.
A contract consistent with Burrtec’s proposal and the terms of the request for proposal is expected to be presented to the Council, for final approval, no later than January 2016. Staff’s analysis report and presentation are posted on www.SBCity.org/bankruptcy.
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We’ve launched a financial transparency platform powered by OpenGov that makes it easy to explore how your tax dollars are collected and spent visit www.SBCity.org/OpenSB to learn more!
News release )
On Monday, Nov. 2, the Mayor and Common Council unanimously approved a resolution to enter into an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement with AECOM and The Fransen Company to redevelop the downtown area. See attached news release.
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|On Monday, Sept. 21, the Charter Committee presented a progress report to the Mayor and Common Council. The presentation is available on the www.SBCity.org/CharterReview webpage under Council Updates. |
Your participation is strongly encouraged. Public meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 5-7:30 p.m. in the EDA Board Room located at 201 North "E" Street. Agendas and meeting recordings are available online as well. For more information, please contact the City Clerk's office at 909-384-5002.
Progress Report Presentation )
|In preparation for November’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), the San Bernardino Public Library will be hosting free writing workshops for kids and teens, ages 7-17, starting on Monday October 5th. These free workshop/writing sessions will be at the Feldheym Central Library in Kellogg Room A from 4:30-5:30 every Monday from October 6th through November 30th.|
More NaNoWriMo details here )
|Today, city management provided Councilmembers Citygate Associates’ evaluation of the three fire service proposals received in late July. Accompanying the report is a memo outlining the rationale behind recommending San Bernardino County Fire District as the preferred service provider.|
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|Click here to view the application for Fine Arts Grants 2015-16.|