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Northside Specific Plan to include SPANISH TOWN concept!

Northside Specific Plan to include SPANISH TOWN concept!

Northside Specific Plan Consultants Rick Engineering are proposing three “Spanish Town” developments after receiving input from a series of community meetings.  Plans A, B & C each have their pros and cons.  Once a plan is chosen, it will be sent to several committees before going to City Council for approval.  It is important that Spanish Town Heritage Foundation and its supporters move forward together and reject all three current proposals. Our vision has always been to see the Adobe…

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Books Con Amigos–Sharing Our Story & Supporting Students

Books Con Amigos–Sharing Our Story & Supporting Students

Saturday, August 12, 2017, at Bryant Park Arlanza neighborhood students were treated to storytelling, tumbling room and bounce house, book, school supply, kindle and backpack giveaway organized by Spanish Town Heritage Foundation and Riverside Ward 6 Councilman Jim Perry.  Music was provided by La Vida es Delicosa, Art Alcaraz. A BIG thank you to…. Latino Network for donating 11 kindles that are now in the hands of 11 lucky Arlanza neighborhood students. Kiwanis Club of Riverside,  Riverside Woman’s Club, Katherine…

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About the Agua Mansa Cemetery

About the Agua Mansa Cemetery

Agua Mansa is designated California Historical Landmark (No. 121). The marker is located at Agua Mansa Pioneer Cemetery. The first burial occurred in 1852, and the last occurred 111 years later in 1963. In 1967, the cemetery became a branch of the San Bernardino County Museum after its acquisition by San Bernardino County. It has a museum and chapel, and tours are available. Records of who is buried in the cemetery are incomplete but about 750 names have been identified…

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