In Part 2 of our "State of the Cities" conversation, Ontario Mayor Paul Leon tells KVCR's Ken Vincent about the regionwide effort by Inland Empire leaders to regain local control of Ontario International Airport from its decades-long spiral under the control of the City of Los Angeles.
In our series, "State of the Cities," which airs most Monday mornings on 91.9 KVCR, we're asking the mayor of every city in the Inland Empire to tell us about their city and the people who live and work there, and also how the city fared during the Great Recession. This morning, Ontario Mayor Paul Leon explains to KVCR's Ken Vincent how Ontario was prepared for the economic downturn. Be sure to listen to Part 2 of our conversation (also posted as a podcast) with Mayor Leon, where he talks about the effort to regain local control of Ontario International Airport.
In her weekly review of the week's top stories in the Inland
Empire, P-E Columnist Cassie MacDuff tells KVCR's Ken Vincent about the latest
developments in the ongoing city hall scandals in the cities of San Bernardino
and Moreno Valley.
More than a half-million people live in the Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta. It's home to a large agricultural community connected by thousands of waterways. But most people who live in the Delta say their way of life is threatened by the Bay Delta Conservation Plan and its proposed twin tunnels. In the fourth part of our series, "California's Delta: Inside and Out," Amy Quinton travels inside the Delta to talk the people who call it home.