Area Command Meetings For June

 

Hello everyone, as we come up on summer we also tend to have spikes in certain crimes. Its hot and people tend to make bad choices when they are hot and bothered. I know that people are more likely to fight because of Alcohol, tension & did you just look at my girl…….. Lol. Another variable in this equation is teens off school for summer break coupled with parents having to work more than one job so they are less likely to be home to keep their kids busy with a little thing called all the adults are taking teens jobs & our governments lack of ability to see marijuana as harmful.

Also what is so wrong with insisting that at least one council memeber attend an area command meeting?

Everyone needs to make every effort to be at their communities area command meeting so that they can hear what the police have planned for the summer, they can convey current problems & can have an oportunity to ask additional questions of elected and law enforcement officials.

Signature Collectors be proud Final signature count is……

Josef Britt
We the People have spoken. The final count is into the Rialto City Clerks Office.The Referendum Petition that we fought so hard for, 3 weeks of door to door asking all Rialto Voters to please sign and you did. We were hoping for min of 3500 and topping out 5000 for padding and our numbers are 6418, You did it. We the People of Rialto have spoken. Here’s a camera shot of the receipt I took in front of the Clerks office 5:00pm. Now let’s start to rebuild Rialto to the Jewel that it should be. Rialto you did it. Thanks! Joe Britt

Up Coming Events

City of Rialto — Notice

The Rialto City Clerk’s Office, located at 290 W. Rialto Ave., CA. 92376, will be open on Saturday, May 12th, 2012 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

 

 

Vote By Mail Ballots – Rialto Drop-Off Site

The Rialto City Clerk’s Office is a designated Vote-By-Mail Ballot Drop-Off site for the Presidential Primary Election June 5, 2012. For more information, please contact the Rialto City Clerk’s Office at (909) 820-2519, or the Registrar of Voters at (909) 387-8300/Toll Free (800) 881-VOTE / TDD (909) 387-2788.

 

Fire Station 202 Grand Opening

The City of Rialto Fire Department Cordially Invites You to Attend on Saturday, May 12th at 10:00 am 1700 N. Riversde Ave.

Job and Resource Fair

The City of Rialto is hosting a Job and Resource Fair in partnership with the County of San Bernardino Workforce Development Department.

Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Time: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Location: Cathedral of Praise

1521 S. Riverside Ave

Rialto, CA 92376

Employers will be recruiting for full-time and part-time employment. Come professionally dressed, bring copies of your resume and be prepared to speak to employers on site.

Greetings Homeless Network Providers, Please see the calendar below for a list of Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County events coming soon. Thank you.

6th Annual Community Garden Open House

Saturday, May 19th

From 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

539 N. Acacia Ave.

(Behind Grace Lutheran Church)

FREE MULCH!

Donated by BURRTEC Waste (Bring your own bags & shovel!)

There will also be: Plant and Vegetable Sale Information Booths Garden Tours Free Kids Craft               Butterfly Lady & Orchid Society

For more information call 421-7222.

SUNRISE CHURCH-1:00PM 690 W ETIWANDA AVE, RIALTO, CA 92376 MONDAY  MAY 21,  2012 USDA Commodities Distribution

Area Command Meeting – Area #1

For mor information please contact Lieutenant Karol at 909-820-2526. Meeting times are from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.
When
Thu May 24 7pm – 8:30pm Pacific Time
Where
Sunrise Church 2759 N. Ayala Ave

10th Annual Memorial Day Tribute

On Monday, May 28, from 10:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m., the City of Rialto will host its 10th Annual Memorial Day Tribute at the Rialto Park Cemetery 200 N. Willow. Last year over 300 people attended and it continues to grow each year. If you have any further questions, please contact the Rialto City Clerk’s Office at (909) 820-2519. Rialto Residents, who are World War II Veterans, please contact the City Clerk’s Office for a special honor at the Memorial Day event. Please click here to view the prior year’s event.

8th Annual Taste of Rialto

Thursday, June 7, 2012
  • 5:00pm
  • Downtown Rialto – Northeast Corner of Riverside & Rialto Ave.
  • Food, Beer and Wine Tasting – Come enjoy an evening of good food, music and fun!  50’s theme – tickets $25.00

Area Command Meeting – Area #3

WhenWed, June 6, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
WhereSimpson Elementary School 1050 S Lilac Avenue (map)
DescriptionFor more information please contact Lieutenant Hardin at 909-820-2634. Meeting times are from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.
Area Command Meeting – Area #4
WhenWed, June 20, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
WhereBoyd Elementary School 310 E Merrill Avenue (map)
DescriptionFor more information please contact Lieutenant Hardin at 909-820-2634. Meeting time are from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

The Children’s Boutique at Steven’s Hope

The Children’s Boutique at Steven’s Hope

Calling all volunteers!

Today in our Rancho Cucamonga location the Keller Williams team is hosting an “Open House”! A very exciting day for everyone with a chance to check out our Boutique learn and even get a little ” taste” of what it takes to volunteer in our store! They will be raising some much needed funds for Steven’s Hope and awareness about our stores!

When you go buy to purchase, donate or just visit tell them you heard about it on Rilato Now!!!!!

http://www.facebook.com/thechildrensboutique

Why Can’t Rialto Vote on Who runs the Water & Waste Water Systems?

Ok everyone we have recived the phone calls from both sides and with an issue like this in these economic times it can be hard to decifer the honesty and mistruths in both messages.

On one hand you have SOS Save our Water with a petition drive to undo the decision by the City Council and Mayor to sell off our water and waste water systems to American Water. The only Council Member to vote against this twice was Joe Baca Jr. who is running for Assembly.

I spoke to somone down at the city and this is the best I can decifer from both messages.

SOS Save Our Water (AKA AFL-CIO) – The union that represents the water workers dosen’t like this deal. So what they are doing is they have begun over the last couple weeks began circulating a petition to put on the ballot for the voters to decide on wheather they want American Water to actually take ownership of our systems. It does not effect water rates increasing, it just reverses councils decision. In my opinion this is a bad deal with the wrong company. Its just a last ditch effort to sell or water off for 30 YEARS for a small one time payment of 30 million dollers.

 

 

 

 

 

City of Rialto, Edward J Carrillo, Scott Beard, Midge Zupanic, Mayor Grace Vargas, Bill Perez & Randall Lewis – This group has Robo Called, wrote in the voice of the people and mailed out letters. They want you to believe that without American Water no upgrades will ever be done and the city will crumble around itself. Ok maybe the city falling apart was my adding of dramatics but not without a little help from the city goverment. There are other companies out there with better deals for residents, its the 30 million doller pay back that has council salivating. They keep calling the 30 million dollers Redevelopment money, they had better be careful lest the state takes ownership of that money as well. If all else fails let the current employees do their job and slowly upgrade our systems. What your telling us is the people the city employed to do the job can’t meaning you don’t know how to hire the right people. Also I really dont understand how a private company can get better deals on materials and supplies but a City can’t. Cities have resources like legislators, County Supervisors and others that can help them get those great prices on supplies. Hey if Lewis Comercial Properties want to build here so bad why can’t they or Ron Pharris help the city barter for reasonable prices. With the right protection and projects Rialto is a reat place to bring your business because so many of us shop well outside our community for entertainment and day to day needs.

City office said if you don’t like the American Water Deal feel free to sign the Petition, But if you want to battle the water rates only then you must mail or walk in a letter of protest with the following information.

Name, Adress or APN & Signature. These three things must be on your letter I am signing the petition and sending out a letter and I suggest that the rest of the city does the same.

If you want to sign a petition you can go to:

379 W Valley Blvd

Rialto Ca 92376

Or if you have peitions that need to be turned in also go to the Valley Location.

If you dont want to leave your home feel free to respond to this post or email rialtonw@aol.com with your address and we will come to you with a petition to sign. Or you can go to Fresh And Easy above the 210, Walmart on Riverside or call petition cordinator Mark (615) 419-2932.

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Weekend of Cinco De Mayo

Freinds of Rialto K-9’s Rumage Sale

Friends of Rialto K9’s are having their annual rummage sale tommorrow in parking lot Orange & Rialto Ave.  If you don’t find anything to buy, we could use cash donations.  The Friends provide funds to buy each K-9 police dog which is $10,000 a dog.  Our police dogs and their handlers are the BEST around. This group is the best and really support the awsome K-9 program we have in Rialto.

1st Annual Family Walkathon & Family Festival

May 5, 2012  8:00-1:30 Dollohan Elementry School 1060 West Etiwanda Rialto Ca 92376

Tap – Beginning

Room 203 – Rialto Community Center

Saturday, May 5, 2012 @ 1:30 PM

Date

Start: Saturday, May 5, 2012 @ 1:30 PM

Additional Date Information

1:30 PM

Address

Room 203 – Rialto Community Center 214 N. Palm Avenue,  Rialto, CA

Registration Closing Date

Saturday, May 5, 2012 PST

 

San Bernardino PD Fails

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (KABC) — A pregnant San Bernardino woman is asking for the public’s help to catch a repeat burglar.

Danielle Helmick believes the man has broken into her home four times in the last four months.

She was able to catch the suspect on camera after setting up a surveillance system in her home.

Helmick has filed a police report, but she hopes someone might recognize the suspect and help put him behind bars.

 

    (Copyright ©2012 KABC-TV/DT. All Rights Reserved.)
Now they wont show this on the news but they will put it on their website.
This is a shinning example of how San Bernardino PD operates. They only respond to the many shootings in their city. They don’t know their city, they don’t respond to calls in a timely fashion. I have been near assaulted twice in their city and in one circumstance I actually had the suspects place of business and license plate and the dispatcher told me if they were gone then it wasn’t a big deal anymore. The Mayor doesnt care he is to busy fighting like a big child with the other big children in city government there.
I don’t let my family go there even with me and I advise my extended family to shop and do commerce elsewhere because safety just isn’t there.

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