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Eyes & Ears of Moreno Valley

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Bishop E. Eral Jenkins wrote this: This country we call “home” exist only by Gods permission and power. “He made from one man every nation… having determined their appointed times and boundaries of their habitation.” (Acts17:26 NAS). In the final analysis summit conferences don’t shape the geography of countries, God does.

HELLO MORENO VALLEY

Moreno Valley, “Balloting begins For Residential Streetlights.”

Electricity charge increases imposed by the electric utility providers have significantly increased the cost that the City must pay to operate the residential Streetlights. If the proposed increase is approved, it would change the current charge per parcel per year from either $23.00 or $24.00 to $39.00. The annual parcel charge paid by property owners for residential streetlights the cost has not increased since 1996. There are more than 8,500 streetlights within residential neighborhoods throughout the City’s zone B. Three informational meetings have been scheduled, with one public meeting and one public hearing all meetings will be held in the “City Hall Council Chamber” located at 14177 Frederick Street.( Informational meetings Tuesday, August 17th 2010 9:oo a.m., Wednesday, August 18th 2010 7:00 p.m. September 01st 2010 3:00 p.m.), Public meeting Tuesday, August 24th 2010 6:30 p.m. or soon thereafter as the matter can be called Public hearing Tuesday, September 14th 2010 6:30 p.m. By law, the balloting is restricted to property owners.

Property owners ballots must be returned to the Moreno Valley City Clerk no later than 6:30 p.m. om September 14th 2010 in order for their vote to be counted. For additional information concerning the “Residential Streetlights. Please visit the city’s website www.moval.org click on “residential streetlight” or call Moreno Valley special districts division at (951) 413 –3480. Moreno Valley & Inland Empire, the second annual “Buffalo Soldiers Monument Event” was a great success.

Thanks to Skip Fordyce Harley – Davidson of Riverside, Ca. People came from near and far away, Ms. Kimberly K. Huff came from Buckeye, Az. for the event. The Los Angeles Chapter posted the colors. Mr. Charles White who attended U.S.C. played for U.S.C. was a guest for the day, Mr. Leonard Russell who played for the “New England Patriot in 1991 was a guest. Karen Paton came to support the Buffalo Soldiers because Mr. Harrell Cole president an award to her father at his home going service.

Kimberly Micheal shared this story as to why she was at the event. “When I was asked by Gale Allen to work the registration table for the Buffalo Soldier’s Poker Run, I was happy to do so. Last year, I was out for a ride on my Harley Davidson when I ran out of gas… A single female rider alone on Santiago Canyon Rd. In the 40 minutes that I was stranded, I must have been passed by at least twenty bikes riders, numerous motorists, and even a police cruiser! Remember the days when people used to actually stop to help? Discouraged, I was about to (reluctantly) leave my bike and walk for gas when a group of motorcyclists came to my aide. Not only did they get me gas for my bike but they refused to let me give them any money… they wouldn’t even let me pay the cost of the gallon of gas! They merely said, pay it forward… and if anyone asks tell them The Buffalo Soldiers were the ones who helped you.” I am grateful that they did!” What a wonderful testimony to share in these times.

Remember to watch out for our children and seniors.

Be Blessed!
J.B.

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