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News from the Coachella Valley Housing Coalition Indio, CA: The Coachella Valley Housing Coalition (CVHC) Board of Directors announces the appointment of Alice Salinas as its Executive Director, effective June 29, 2020. As Executive Director (ED) of CVHC, Ms. Salinas will lead a nationally recognized organization with the mission to “improve the living conditions of […]Read More

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News from: Riverside County Showing a strong commitment to serving its small business community, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors today approved $45 million in grant funding to aid small businesses enduring hardships due to the coronavirus pandemic. The program is open to small businesses based in cities and unincorporated communities of Riverside County. These […]Read More

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News from Riverside County Riverside, CA: Homeowners who rent single occupancy residences for short-term stays may resume operations in Riverside County. Operators should implement safety precautions and disinfectant protocols outlined in the local guidance developed by the Riverside County Economic Recovery Task Force. “This is another step forward in the reopening process and supports hospitality, a […]Read More

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News from: Desert Jet Palm Springs, California, May 29, 2020 – Desert Jet, the premier full-service business aviation company based in Greater Palm Springs, California, announces that James D. McCool, co-owner of Desert Jet Holdings, the parent company of all Desert Jet entities, has acquired sole ownership of the companies from founder and co-owner Denise […]Read More

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News from: Coachella Valley Volunteers in Medicine Coachella Valley Volunteers in Medicine to bring COVID-19 testing to the medically under-served areas of the West Valley Indio, California, June 5th and 6th, 2020, Coachella Valley Volunteers in Medicine is bringing COVID-19 testing to the medically underserved areas of the East Valley. Providing free COVID-19 nucleic acid […]Read More

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News form the City of Coachella Coachella, CA: To reduce the spread of COVID-19, the City of Coachella has enacted an emergency ordinance requiring the use of face coverings while in public settings. This includes anyone waiting for or using public transportation, taxis or rideshare vehicles, those picking up food or other items from restaurants or […]Read More