Third Birthday, Meetings and Other Fun Stuff In Rialto

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Rialto Farmers Market





Farmer’s Market — 3rd Birthday

Please join us July 22 to celebrate the 3rd Birthday of the Rialto Certified Farmer’s Market. Healthy Rialto giveaways will be provided to the first 20 people. The Rialto Certified Farmer’s Market takes place every Wednesday from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm located at 150 So. Palm Ave. EBT and WIC are accepted. For more information, please contact the Rialto City Clerk’s Office at (909) 820-2519 or

Economic Development Committee Meeting

We must monitor this Committee, you think that your city council collectively makes decisions. No committees like this one and others make decisions then put together staff reports that help their special interests and city council blindly makes a motion, a second then passes staff reports that they don’t know anything about or don’t understand.

Also watch Public Works Director Robert Eizenbiez give a private Toll Lanes presentation to a select few skipping the people who pay his salary the PEOPLE.

On the Coffee Bean potential site in the In & Out shopping center there is a lot going on there. First there is the option to allow Coffee Bean build a coffee shop in the last remaining pad there, In & Out has offered to purchase the pad to build a In & Out Exclusive parking lot. Remember this Committee is made up of people who benifit from the most lucrative deal not the best deal for the city. Councilman Ed Scott has a financial relationship with the person brokering these deals, Mayor Robertson who is on this committee has close ties to Ed Scott now and will be running for Mayor next year.

Also the city is still using the old tired line of off peak use who has been to Starbucks is there ever a time the parking lot and drive thru isn’t busy? How about the Coffee Bean in North Fontana or Victoria Gardens do they have a down time? How about instead of allowing McDonald’s to build a fifth fast food restaurant on the corner of Cedar & Foothill why not put the Coffee Bean there? Because the people running this city lack vision.


Wednesday, July 22, 2015 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

City Council Chambers – 150 S. Palm Avenue

I. Call to Order / Roll Call / Review of Agenda Items 1:00 PM

II. Review/ Approval of Minutes – June 17, 2015

III. Review / Modification of Agenda Items for Discussion

IV. Reports/Discussion Items

1. KORE Infrastructure (Robb Steel)


2. Consideration of Participating in Delinquent Property Tax Program and Amendments to Fiscal Agent Agreements (George Harris II)

3. Purchase of CRW TRAKiT – Land Management System (John Dutrey)

4. Proposal to Increase to Optional Method to Calculate Business License Fees for Distribution Centers (Greg Lantz)

5. Amendment to the Coffee Bean PSA (Greg Lantz)

6. Appointment of Ad-Hoc Committee to Negotiate Changes to the Contracts of Sale and Terms of a Development Agreement for Renaissance Rialto Project (Robb Steel)

V. Updates

1. Successor Agency/Oversight Board Updates (John Dutrey)

2. SANBAG Update (Robert Eisenbeisz)

VI. Upcoming Meetings / Other Discussion Items

VII. Adjournment

The Healthy Rialto program is looking for your input to make sure that the program represents the community here in Rialto. Join the team from Inland Empire Youth 4 Today, Inland Valley Drug Free Coalition, the Tobacco Control Program and many many more

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Healthy Rialto Collaborative Meeting

The next Healthy Rialto Collaborative Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, July 23, at 6:00 pm, at the Rialto City Clerk’s Office, 290 W. Rialto. During this meeting, we will be discussing key components of building a healthy community. Your feedback and participation is greatly appreciated. For more information, please contact Kiara Brown in the City Clerk’s Office at (909) 820-2519 or

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Barbara Dellinger
    Jul 21, 2015 @ 04:52:14

    Corporations decide where they want to build or open a store, after much research and analysis. The Planning Commission and City Council approves or denies the location. They can not tell a business where to build i.e. Cedar and Foothill. Obviously, near a freeway would be more desirable for a Coffee Bean. As far as McDonalds, maybe the Healthy Rialto committee should give some input into another fast food restaurant being built!


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