By clicking on the portal below, you can download a PDF of the September 19 San Bernardino County Sentinel.
This week the paper has articles about:
* Christina Talley’s removal as city attorney in Colton after a series of miscues and errors that embarrassed the city council and endangered the city’s current contract for legal representation with the law firm of Best Best & Krieger;
* The latest in a series of rulings by Federal Bankruptcy Judge Meredith Jury favoring the city of San Bernardino against its various creditors following its 2012 filing for Chapter Nine bankruptcy protection;
* The city of Hesperia’s extension of discounts it is making to its developer impact fees in an effort to spur further growth in the city of 90,000 plus;
* The candidacies of Rod McAuliffe for city council in Upland, Bill Hanlon for city council in Rancho Cucamonga, Jermaine Wright for mayor in Adelanto, John Harrison Montgomery for city council in Redlands, Walt Stanckiewitz for mayor in Grand Terrace; Greg Bogh and Tom Powell for city council in Yucaipa, and Ed Graham for city council in Chino Hills; and
* Nicholas Bourikas’ resignation from the Twentynine Palms Water District Board of Directors.
As always, the Sentinel includes its county history column, its wildlife column and Grace Bernal’s column on fashion trends in Southern California