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Riverside County Mobile Testing Team Provides Testing This Weekend in Cathedral City and Blythe December 23 2020

Riverside County Mobile Testing Team Provides Testing This Weekend in Cathedral City and Blythe

Riverside County’s mobile testing team and the Desert Healthcare Foundation are partnering to provide community COVID testing and education at churches in Cathedral City and Blythe this weekend.

Supervisor Perez Statement on Governor Newsom’s Historic Appointment of Alex Padilla to U.S. Senate December 22 2020

Supervisor Perez Statement on Governor Newsom’s Historic Appointment of Alex Padilla to U.S. Senate

PALM DESERT – Supervisor V. Manuel Perez, president of the Latino Caucus of California Counties (LCCC), praised Governor Gavin Newsom’s announcement today of California Secretary of State Alex Padilla as California’s next U.S. Senator, for the position that will be vacated as Senator Kamala Harris takes office as Vice President of the United States of America:

Riverside County Board Chair Perez Praises Agreement Reached Between SEIU and HCA Healthcare December 21 2020

Riverside County Board Chair Perez Praises Agreement Reached Between SEIU and HCA Healthcare

PALM DESERT – Riverside County Board Chair V. Manuel Perez praises the tentative contract agreement reached over the weekend between SEIU Local 121RN and Hospital Corporation of America that averts a strike at Riverside Community Hospital and two other hospitals in Southern California.

Supervisor Perez to Lead Latino Caucus of California Counties December 21 2020

Supervisor Perez to Lead Latino Caucus of California Counties

PALM DESERT – On Friday, Riverside County Supervisor V. Manuel Perez was elected to a two-year term as president of the Latino Caucus of California Counties (LCCC).

Funding for Ivy Palm Housing Effort Repurposed for Expansion of Mountain View Estates December 15 2020

Funding for Ivy Palm Housing Effort Repurposed for Expansion of Mountain View Estates

RIVERSIDE – Riverside County’s initiative to turn a Palm Springs hotel into housing will not move forward, but the county will be able to repurpose state funds from that effort into helping eastern Coachella Valley families move from dilapidated mobile homes into new housing and vastly improved living conditions.

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