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Authorities took 21 of the 23 horses found at a ranch in Menifee, but the other two died. Many of the remaining horses are sick and are now receiving treatment.You can watch a video of this story here...
Officials said the owner of the ranch had been hired to temporarily house the horses, but was apparently not caring for them.
Officials are now trying to locate the owner of the animals.
Pricing is artificially low - Banks have changed from an incremental, "lower the price until it sells", to an immediate "price it cheap and get multiple offers" strategy. This is painful because it creates a false sense of the real value of properties on the market. How do I explain to a buyer that the incredible pool home at $350,000 already has 7 offers on it and is really going for around $400,000?Banks have been able to hog up all the buyers by setting their home prices exceptionally low. That puts the rest of the home sellers in a really tough spot.
|Menifee gas prices||Regular||Diesel|
|Chevron(Murrieta Rd & Newport Rd)||$4.59||$4.99|
|Shell(Murrieta Rd & Newport Rd)||$4.59||$4.99|
|Mobil(Winterhaven & Newport Rd)||$4.53||$4.99|
|ARCO(Bradley Rd & Newport Rd)||$4.49||$5.07|
|76(Haun Rd & Newport Rd)||$4.53||$4.99|
|Shell(Antelope Rd & Newport Rd)||$4.59||$5.05|
|Sun City gas prices|
|Valero(Sun City Blvd & McCall)||$4.75||$5.39|
|Chevron(Bradley Rd & McCall)||$4.67||$4.99|
|Valero(Antelope Rd & McCall)||$4.59||$5.19|
|Romoland gas prices|
|ARCO(Menifee Rd & Highway 74)||$4.47||$5.27|
|Perris gas prices|
|Exxon(Ethanac Rd & I-215)||$4.53||$4.99|
|Murrieta gas prices|
|7-Eleven(Antelope Rd & Scott Rd)||$4.59||N/A|
Gas prices, which have shot up $1.07 this year, are magnifying demographic trends that show more younger buyers and empty-nest seniors are moving back to urban centers. If gas prices continue their ascent, this could have profound consequences over time on the future development of American cities and suburbs and modes of transportation.Read the full article here...
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The Riverside County Board of Supervisors is expected today to approve the findings of an environmental impact report on a proposed senior living complex in Menifee and authorize the release of $750,000 in funds to support the project.http://www.mydesert.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=200880617001
Heritage Lake is under two school districts. Romoland has the elementry(Mesa View), and middle school(Boulder Ridge). Perris Union has the high school, Heritage High. Even though we are now Menifee instead of Romoland that does not change the school district boundaries they will stay the same. I agree with you that Heritage should also be in the unification process and put in the Menifee district but I don't think that will ever happen!The answer is that nothing will change.
Will they (Heritage High, Mesa View, and Boulder Ridge) ever be apart of Menifee School District, or will we be paying city taxes for schools our kids will never be apart of?City taxes for schools? Any city taxes that residents of Heritage Lake will be paying will not be spent on Menifee Union School District, or any school district. The new City of Menifee is not connected with Menifee Union. They are separate, and independent of each other.
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|Menifee gas prices||Regular||Diesel|
|Chevron(Murrieta Rd & Newport Rd)||$4.599||$5.099|
|Shell(Murrieta Rd & Newport Rd)||$4.599||$5.099|
|Mobil(Winterhaven & Newport Rd)||$4.499||$5.099|
|ARCO(Bradley Rd & Newport Rd)||$4.469||$5.079|
|76(Haun Rd & Newport Rd)||$4.559||$5.069|
|Shell(Antelope Rd & Newport Rd)||$4.599||$5.059|
|Sun City gas prices|
|Valero(Sun City Blvd & McCall)||$4.759||$5.399|
|Chevron(Bradley Rd & McCall)||$4.679||$5.199|
|Valero(Antelope Rd & McCall)||$4.529||$5.199|
|Romoland gas prices|
|ARCO(Menifee Rd & Highway 74)||$4.479||$5.279|
|Perris gas prices|
|Exxon(Ethanac Rd & I-215)||$4.499||$5.039|
|Murrieta gas prices|
|7-Eleven(Antelope Rd & Scott Rd)||$4.599||N/A|
One Menifee school board member who has spearheaded the drive to bring Paloma Valley into the Menifee district said he believes the state can be convinced the move is feasible and will not adversely affect the students in either district.
The numbers are close, said Fred Twyman, who also teaches at Paloma Valley High School.
State education laws dictate that high school students should make up at least 25 percent of the students in a unified district, and the report showed that Paloma High students would constitute just shy of 24 percent of the Menifee district's students, Twyman said.
As for the financial aspect, he said Menifee had agreed to compensate the Perris district for the loss of students that now go to the Perris district's Heritage High School. But, he said, the consultant discounted that agreement, arguing that it was premature.
Also, Twyman added, the consultant stated in an earlier meeting that his approach was conservative and that the state has disagreed with his findings in the last.
"This isn't dead," Twyman said. "I still feel OK about it, and I'll still go to the state (to
Whatever happens, it will not happen quickly, said Rollin Edmunds, a director with the county Office of Education. Even with the committee's blessing, the state does its own analysis and can take up to seven years to rule on a proposed organizational change in a school district, Edmunds said.
Therese: No. This has been my beef and my debate for sometime now. When Del Webb founded Sun City in the 1960s, mid-1960s, he founded it as an 18+ community. It was an adult-only community as age 18+, not 55. It remained like that until 1997. In 1997, one of the board members, Jean Loberge, I think that was her name, started a project called "Project 55". In order to... You see this is in the CC&Rs. In order to get something changed in the CC&Rs, one has to get a petition of at least 250.Therese went on to explain that Sun City Core can change the community back to 18+, by running another petition and putting it to ballot.
Then after the petition is signed, then it goes to a ballot and then it's taken to general vote. What happened is, there was a little chicanery there. After she got her 250 signatures, I don't know what she was thinking, probably sitting around thinking, "Oh God, it's so much work to take this to the ballot, they're going to approve it anyhow. Why don't I just save them time and money." She took, and went over to the County Recorder, and recorded that, that there was a majority approval, and that we are now a 55+ community.
Nobody at the County Recorder's office challenged that. Now that is about as corrupt, and about as dishonest as you can get. But by golly let somebody grow verbenia, and if they don't like those flowers, those verbenia, they will literally fine the people and say you can get rid of those, they're weeds!
You know, they want everbody to conform to their arbitrary ways, but yet they wanna break every law and get away with it.
Now, and for the last, uh, since 1997 or 98, when they did that and recorded that, there was only one signature, ONE SIGNATURE, and that uh, filing. By the way not all seven board members, just her signature. Now, I just can't begin to you tell how outrageous that is. I hope that answers her question.
Mieke: In the um, Hi Therese, in the History of Sun City, which is kind of a proud, published item, how is that justified? How is that recorded, that in 1997 they moved to a 55, was that for convenience sake, or how is that looked at now?
Therese: Well that's a good question, and there's a mix. Some people just love the idea of a 55+. They hate the idea of families, they don't want children skateboarding in front of their house, and uh, they like to think that, you know, this is just a nice quiet little place for little old people to live.
Uh, but other people, and a large percentage of them, resented for one thing, it keeps their property values down, their opportunities to sell are less, because it's a limited market, because your buyers... Well a buyer could be younger than 55 to own a home in Sun City, but you must be 55+ to live in Sun City. Most buyers, if they're buying retired homes, are buying homes to live in. So this limits the buyers by as much as 60%. And in a slow market like this one, that's like you know, bringing it to a stand-still.
The market has just about come to a halt. And yet we have the best buys around. We have some of the best buys around today. And they can't even give them away!
Mieke: There are actually some nice homes in Sun City right now, for under a $100,000.
Therese: Yeah! You know, this is really truly a buyer's market. Not only are the homes available under that price, the interest rates low, very very low, the sellers are desperate out there, they'll do almost anything to make a sale. A buyer could come in and take advantage of this market. And as the real estate market pendulum swings, which as we've talked about before, it always does, they're going to have a very nice little investment for themselves.
Parents (Yes) - 543 votesDr. Linda Callaway announced that the first modified single track year will begin with the 2009-2010 year.
Parents (No) - 126
Teachers (Yes) - 267
Teachers (No) - 102
Classified staff (Yes) - 209
Classified staff (No) - 66
Total votes (Yes) - 1019 77.61%
Total votes (No) - 294 22.39%
More than half of Inland-area residents surveyed said they believe that protecting the environment is more important than economic growth in the region, according to a poll released today.http://www.pe.com/.../PE_News_Local_N_survey10.429aeb2.html
And many say they are doing their part by recycling, conserving water and turning off lights.
Lots of your tax dollars at work here with the MSJC police department as lead player. At best, a public relations display.That comment touched off a debate, criticizing Ann as being unsympathetic to the need for public safety.
Last month, the final Department of Water Resources (DWR) snow survey of 2008 showed snowpack water content at only 67 percent of normal and the runoff forecast at only 55 percent of normal and conditions continue to worsen across California.Read the Governor's declaration here...
As a result, local governments are rationing water, developments can't proceed and farmers can't plant certain crops.Which brings me to my point, housing developments in a time of drought.
There will be law enforcement and fire department personnel present from various agencies at the Menifee Valley Campus. Participating agencies are: the Mt. San Jacinto College Police, Riverside County Sheriffs' Department, CAL Fire, California Department of Forestry, American Medical Response, Mercy Air, and other volunteers.The announcement goes on to say that residents should not be alarmed, and that's it's just an exercise.
There may be loud and unusual noises as well as public safety activity occurring on the campus during that time period. Aircraft may also be used in this exercise.
Still, it's probable that less elementary school students will qualify for the bus service compared to what has been offered through this year, as the district's staff has proposed increasing the so-called "walking distance" for some students to 2 miles from 1.25 miles, among other revisions. Those suggested modifications are meant to avoid cuts to other services, Wood said.Since two new elementary schools are opening, Southshore Elementary and Quail Valley Elementary, technically fewer students would require busing anyways. In fact, that was partly the reason why busing became expendable in the first place.