Rialto PD Honors The Fallen NY Officers

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Rialto Police Benefit Association & Jet Blue made it possible for two of Rialto’s Finest to honor Officer LIU & Officer RAMOS who were gunned down in their squad car in NY City.

As you will see in the paragraph from the Rialto PD Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RialtoPD Corporal Cunningham & Officer Pulido are members of the Rialto PD Honor Guard. Honor Guard members are versed in the proper rituals when presenting at any public event and especially funerals. Also both men are wonderful Rialto Police staff and Cpl. Cunningham is the two time winner of the battle of the badges Chilli Cook Off held at the Annual National Night Out event every August.

“On December 27, 2014, two of our Honor Guard Members, Corporal Gary Cunningham and Officer Javier Pulido attended the service of New York Police Officer Rafael Ramos. We would like to thank JetBlue and RPBA for sponsoring the trip and making it possible to show our support for our fallen brothers in Blue.

Our thoughts and prayers are with NYPD and the families of the fallen officers.”

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Corporal Gary Cunningham and Officer Javier Pulido standing in a NY subway with two of New Yorks Finest

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Corporal Gary Cunningham and Officer Javier Pulido dressed in their Honor Guard uniforms.

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Local Leader Says “Time To Act Is Now”

In all of the turmoil since the latest officer involved actions in 2014 one local leader calls for his colleagues and the media to ACT NOW in response to the rise in the war on police officers in the united states. Councilman Shawn O’Connell from the city of Rialto penned a statement that will make you think about the men and women that keep us safe in this country. (See Below)

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I agree with Councilman O’Connell and wish people would take a step back and help our police. When our police feel supported and understood they feel more comfortable to do their jobs extremely well. Also the trend of holding court on the street with a cop is a poor choice. Police officers are not the lawyers, judges or jury they are a protection and information source for our legal system. As community leaders and media sources we need to do more than a simple call for calm and turn down the rhetoric.

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Applicants for new Rialto Historical Preservation Commission sought

Candidates for Rialto’s newly established Historical Preservation Commission are being sought by the city.

The five-member commission will make recommendations concerning the designation, preservation, protection, enhancement, and perpetuation of these historical, and cultural resources which contribute to the culture and aesthetic values of Rialto.

It is very important to preserve the deep history that is here in Rialto. This is most important as the Route 66 comission recently put out a survey asking people to rate the top historical spots on the Mother Road and the only Rialto type mention were the Tee Pees that were labled in San Bernardino.

Applicants should fill out the application on line at http://www.rialtoca.gov and submit it and a resume to City Clerk’s Office, 290 W. Rialto Ave., Rialto 92376. Information: 909-820-2519

Santa Flys Into Sunrise Church In Rialto

This coming Saturday December 20th Santa Claus will be flying in on a helicopter to greet the children of the IE. His fly in will be at Sunrise Church on Ayala & Riverside Ave at 2pm. (See flyer below)

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City of Rialto Holiday Parade and Fair

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The Holiday Parade begins at 10:00 am, Saturday, December 13th. Starting at Bloomington Av. and Riverside Ave. traveling south on Riverside Ave towards Rialto City Park. Enjoy the Musical Performance, Vendor Fair and Snow at Rialto City Park following the parade.

 

Rialto Residents – Sand Bags Available Now

With our first winter storm quickly approaching, Rialto residents can obtain sand bags at three locations within the City. *** You will need to bring your own shovels *** Sand and bags are provided by the City of Rialto.

Location 1: 246 S. Willow Avenue, Public Works Facility

Location 2: 1550 N. Ayala Avenue, Fire Station 3

Location 3: 3288 N. Alder, Fire Station 4

For additional information or questions contact Rialto Public Works (909) 820-2602.

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Coffee With The Chief December

Come out to the final Coffee With The Chief from 8am-9am at Coffee Nutzz in Rialto on Foothill Blvd. Coffee With The Chief is an awesome opportunity to get information from the Cities Top Cop and ask questions of the Chief and his command staff. No matter what your connection is to Rialto your invited. Live, work, play or go to school here your welcome it is one of the best ways to connect with local law enforcement.

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