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    Volunteers needed for homeless count

    The 2015 Point in Time Count will take place Thursday Jan. 22, from 6 to 10 a.m. The County of San Bernardino conducts this count every two years to asses the homeless population and evalute our need for federal funding. Anyone looking to help the homeless should volunteer. Visit sanbernardinocountyhomelesscounts.com for more information.

  • County employee's secret identity revealed, honored by board

    County employee's secret identity revealed, honored by board

    On November 4, 2014, Supervisor Gonzales presented Marian Motley with a special resolution from the Board of Supervisors to recognize her extraodinary courage and honorable service to our nation throughout her 24 years of military service. 

  • New Josie's Blog: Eco-friendly machines coming to a freeway near you

    New Josie's Blog: Eco-friendly machines coming to a freeway near you

    Natural gas powered 18-wheeler trucks will soon be hitting on-ramps across the Southland, and trucking industry giant C.R. England, Inc. is leading the way. This year they opened a trucking terminal in Colton where they also introduced a new eco-friendly fleet of alternatively fueled trucks. Click here to read more. 

  • Affordable Bloomington community project secures $1.5 million

    Affordable Bloomington community project secures $1.5 million

    Construction will move forward on a 190-unit affordable housing community thanks to nearly #361.5 million in tax credits approved today by the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee. Construction is projected to begin early 2015. Click here for the full press release. 

     

  • Now growing: the future of agriculture at our County Museum

    Now growing: the future of agriculture at our County Museum

    On Sept. 19, the County Museum opened the Aquaponics Exhibit, a collaborative community garden project built by The Incredible Edible Community Garden, Serving Proud Industries and their local partners. The exhibit utilizes a highly sustainable method of growing that cycles (fertilized) water from a fish tank over a series of plants that digest the fertilizer.  Click here for a video explaining aquaponics.

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