Press Enterprise Columniust Cassie MacDuff and KVCR's Ken Vincent have their regular weekly discussion about some of the week's top news, including:
-The Riverside Community College District Accidentally exposes student personal data to the possibility of internet hackers;
-Riverside County Medical Center faces layoffs;
-Riverside's City Attorney takes job as Riverside Board of Supervisors' top counsel.
KVCR's Ken Vincent talks to Rialto Mayor, Deborah Robertson, about addressing problems in her city and the region.
Our regular Tuesday contributor, Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing, outlines the arguments for and against raising the minimum wage. And Dr. Husing tells where he stands on the minimum wage issue.
5/27/2014 11:35 AM
| Matt Guilhem
A two-and-a-half-million square foot logistics facility known as The Gateway Project is on the fast track for development in the Pass community of Cherry Valley, near Beaumont. The Beaumont City Council and many area residents have come out against the project. The property was supposed to be a housing development, but now it'll likely be rezoned industrial to accommodate the developer's new plans for the property. And even with the proposed change in land use, the warehouse project retains it's special "fast track" designation. KVCR's Matt Guilhem explains Riverside County's "fast track" development policy.