What a difference a year makes! Construction of the Riverside County Transportation Commission's 91 Project is in high gear, with evidence of work throughout Corona. Motorists can see cranes and other heavy equipment in action, bridge columns rising from the ground, fresh pavement, new retaining walls, large mounds of fill dirt and miles of construction cones. This progress can be translated into data, providing a "progress report" for the community.
Significant construction for the 91 Project is coming to the Serfas Club Drive and Maple Street areas, starting this summer and continuing for approximately 18 months. Referred to as the “Serfas/Maple Makeover,” work will include reconstruction of local bridges, ramps, roadways, walls and utility systems. This work will affect travel patterns and generate noise.
It was great seeing you on Friday and Saturday for all the events surrounding Memorial Day. It is a weekend that I will never forget. It was very inspiring and motivational for me. All of you at the Chamber did a wonderful job an everything that you did for the veterans of the United States Military. The documentary on Mike Ehredt was really phenomenal and was a very moving experience for me.
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Atkinson/Walsh, a Joint Venture
City of Corona
Corona Regional Medical Center
Eagle Glen Golf Club
Lucas Oil Products, Inc.
Onsite Computing, Inc.
Pacific Premier Bank
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