City Connection

News and Notes from the City of Canyon Lake

Upcoming at City Hall Finance Committee Meeting – Tuesday, December 4, at 8:30 a.m., Multi-Purpose Room Public Safety Committee Meeting – Tuesday, December 4, at 9:30 a.m., Multi-Purpose Room City Council Meeting – Wednesday, December 5, at 6:30 p.m., Canyon Lake Municipal Building. The agenda will be posted at www.cityofcanyonlake.com. The meeting is streamed live on the website and is t…

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Introducing a monthly series about 'City'

Newly elected City Councilman Tim Brown would like to help residents become more knowledgeable and interested in what goes on at City Hall. Along with that goal, he hopes for their interaction to this new series of articles, called "Brown About Town," when they appear in The Friday Flyer's website at fridayflyer.com. Tim says he'd like to get a sense of public sentiment and requests participation …

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Sheriff provides arrest report update

Riverside County Sheriff's Perris Station Sgt. Robert Rose provided the following report of arrests that occurred in the City of Canyon Lake from November 12 to 18. Residents are reminded these reports represent arrests of suspects and not convictions of a crime. November 12, 2012 – Controlled Substances – 30100 block Channel Way, Canyon Lake – PC123170017 – 6 p.m. – Kevin Jordan (32) w…

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At the Library: Children invited to read to Sarah

Friends of the Library spokesperson and photographer Mary Munson reports a very interesting visitor was at the Library last Saturday, November 17. Her name was Sarah and her human companion was Jeanne Jack.  Sarah is a registered therapy dog. She and Jeanne spend a lot of time at senior centers and hospices where they help people who have lost their ability to communicate with others and are dr…

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HERO Program offered for energy-saving upgrades

The HERO Program is offered through a partnership between Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) and Renovate America, Inc. The Program provides HERO Financing for permanently affixed energy efficiency, water efficiency and renewable energy products. HERO Financing is repaid through an assessment on one's property tax bill over 5 to 20 years, based on the useful life of the products. Upo…

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