On behalf of Dr. Anthony Pirritano, I would like to extend a thank you to the chamber for giving me over 100 new leads of business, where we can ensure the best quality of health to the employees and employers. We appreciate you allowing our business to participate and look forward to work with the chamber again.
In order to identify the local economies with the highest mix of industries and professions, WalletHub examined 350 of the largest U.S. cities across three key metrics, including industry diversity, occupational diversity and worker-class diversity. http://wallethub.com/edu/cities-with-the-most-least-diversified-economies/10852/
Congratulations to Dawn Sifuentes of Norco, who won the 2012 Chevy Cruze LS donated by Allstar Collision, Inc. Funds raised will benefit Army Veteran and Corona resident Jordan Sisco, who lost both legs, his left thumb, and suffered damage to his pelvis after stepping on an IED while serving our country in Afghanistan in 2012.
The 91 Project requires the relocation of 92 full utility systems, including utilities that run along Serfas Club Drive. A number of utility companies have begun work in this area, requiring lane reductions and placement of K-rail barrier for worker safety. We anticipate that the K-rail will be removed soon, once AT&T crews complete installation of a new manhole. Lane reductions will continue periodically along Serfas Club during the ongoing relocation of dry utilities (gas, electric, telephone, cable), likely through the end of April. Water, sewer and storm drain utility work is anticipated to be completed by the end of June. Much of this work will occur at night.
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Allstar Collision, Inc.
Atkinson/Walsh, a Joint Venture
City of Corona
Corona Regional Medical Center
Eagle Glen Golf Club
Lucas Oil Products, Inc.
Onsite Computing, Inc.
Riverside County Supervisor John Tavaglione