March 31, 1991 |
Riverside County's Local Agency Formation Commission approved the annexation of about 2,600 acres to Corona that will extend the city's boundaries well to the southeast. But the annexation of Eagle Valley will go into effect only when the unincorporated community of El Cerrito files an annexation petition of its own, a process that could take six months.
June 17, 1990 |
It may not be all that far from the city, but Eagle Valley remains a bucolic reminder of the way life used to be around these parts, before bulldozers and builders arrived in force. The 1,105-acre parcel is just 10 minutes from downtown Corona, yet it is largely uninhabited and secluded--and nearby residents want it to stay that way.
December 20, 1990 |
Viewed from the south, the parched slopes of the San Rafael Hills rising above Eagle Rock present an image so stark and unspoiled that it could easily be perceived as the beginning of the wilderness. Forget for the moment that it is merely a fragile illusion. That barely hidden on the other side of the crest are the rooftops of houses lining the wooded, winding streets of Glendale's Glenoaks Canyon.
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September 2, 2004 |
Fourteen months after a 19-year-old hotel worker accused basketball superstar Kobe Bryant of rape, the charges against him were suddenly dropped Wednesday, just days before his trial was to begin. Eagle County Dist. Atty. Mark Hurlbert said the prosecution could not proceed because the woman "has indicated her unwillingness to go forward."
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July 28, 2004 |
Residents in the western part of the county who receive water from Western Municipal Water District or Eastern Municipal Water District may notice a slight change in the taste or odor of their water from Monday through Sept. 7 because of a temporary change in the disinfection process, water officials said.
September 29, 1991 |
A controversial expansion of the city's eastern boundaries has led to a proposal that could ultimately extend Corona's reach thousands of acres farther to the south and east. Los Angeles-based SIC Corp. has proposed enlarging Corona's "sphere of influence" to include nearly 5,000 acres south of Cajalco Road and east to the shore of Lake Mathews.