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WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Friends of Redlands is planning ahead for the battle with the city to get our Citizen’s Initiative approved by the voters next November. We want to expand our list of supporters so we can inform more Redlanders on what FOR is doing and the latest actions by the city.                                                        WE NEED YOUR HELP! If …

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An apartment complex with parking garage in Riverside, CA. An indicator of what is coming to Redlands.

A Monolith

Pam, one of our supporters, suggested that Friends of Redlands visit an apartment and parking garage development at the corner of Iowa and University in Riverside. Although this is a huge complex it is an indicator of what is coming to Redlands. Worth a look! Have you seen the new parking garage on Stuart next …

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LIVING IN A WHACK-A-MOLE CITY

From the Redlands Community News: Once upon a time in the beautiful city of Redlands, a city council approved a high-rise building downtown. It is the only one of its kind that intrusively interrupts the landscape. Once upon another time in the beautiful city of Redlands, a council must have approved the demolition of a …

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CITY COUNCIL TO TAKE UP GROWTH MANAGEMENT INITIATIVE’S NEXT STEP AT COUNCIL MEETING

The next step for our Growth Management Initiative has been agendized for Tuesday’s in-person City Council Meeting on July 6:   A. Receive and file the City Clerk’s certification of the Redlanders for Responsible Growth Management’s – “An Initiative Ordinance of The People of Redlands Amending the Principles of Managed Development of the Redlands General Plan;” B. Consideration of options pursuant to …

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REDLANDS DAILY FACTS: A WHOPPING 7,715 GROWTH MANAGEMENT INITIATIVE PETITION SIGNATURES SUBMITTED TO THE CITY

From the Redlands Daily Facts: A ballot initiative that would limit heights of buildings in the area around the upcoming rail line could be before Redlands voters this year after supporters wheeled thousands of signed petitions into the City Clerk’s Office on Monday, June 7. About two dozen supporters, most wearing yellow “no high rises” T-shirts, …

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