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April 17, SCCA held it’s second sporting clay shooting event at Mike Haahugue’s Shooting Enterprises in Corona to raise funds for PAC. “The second PAC Shootout Fundraiser was just as successful as the first one [...]
Failing a state housing audit may be a “death sentence” for some rural cities. Governor Newsom may have halted the death sentence of over 700 inmates, but the same cannot be said of California [...]
At first glance, the construction industry is booming. Unemployment is hovering at 5 percent and our industry is on track to grow at above-average rates with some experts putting the growth rate as high as [...]
Another member’s driver found with the wrong driver’s license. Recently, in an article in this magazine, I covered in detail the six categories of California drivers’ licenses, as well as what type of vehicle(s) [...]
If you’re not receiving Social Security benefits, you’ll need to sign up for Medicare three months before your 65th birthday Medicare will likely become part of your life after you turn 65. In the [...]
There was an eye-opening article in ENR magazine on March 14, 2019, about Munilla Construction Management (MCM), the prime contractor involved in the bridge collapse at Florida International University that left six people dead last [...]
An initiative on the 2020 General Election ballot could partially unravel Proposition 13. In a conventional sense, the “third rail” refers to the energized parallel line in an electrical subway or rail system. Railway [...]