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Steve Scauzillo

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Ontario, CA, United States

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  • Daily Bulletin
  • The Sun
  • Pasadena Star News
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  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • East Bay Times
  • O.C. Register
  • L.A. Daily News
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • Whittier Daily News
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Monterey Herald
  • The Cannabist
  • and more…

Recent articles by Steve:

Upland police unions support Blanco to lead department

Management and officers’ associations say bringing in a chief from outside the department would be a mistake. → Read More

Ontario approves public art program, adds fees to large industrial, commercial projects

A developer can install a piece of public art or pay $5,000 to $10,000 into a city public art fee fund. → Read More

Rancho Cucamonga Council Member Sam Spagnolo dies at 80

Described as a pillar of the community, Spagnolo served 18 years on the City Council and 35 in the fire district. → Read More

Rancho Cucamonga Council Member Sam Spagnolo dies at 80

Described as a pillar of the community, Spagnolo served 18 years on the City Council and 35 in the fire district. → Read More

3-mile San Antonio Creek trail proposed in Montclair at hefty cost

The ambitious, alternative-transportation project would require about $70 million in grants. → Read More

Airline pilot shortage prompts college aviation course at Ontario airport

Mt. SAC is teaching a class at ONT to entice more students into aeronautics jobs. → Read More

9/11 Memorial Park project in Rancho Cucamonga gains momentum

The city needs $1.5 million to complete its project and is asking its residents for help. → Read More

9/11 Memorial Park project in Rancho Cucamonga gains momentum

The city needs $1.5 million to complete its project and is asking its residents for help. → Read More

Drought prompts outdoor watering limits, possible fines for 6 million in Southern California

Six agencies within the Metropolitan Water District must reduce usage by 35%. → Read More

Southern California water supplier adopts unprecedented rule limiting outdoor irrigation

Edict will limit outdoor watering to one day per week for roughly 6 million people, largely in the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys as well as areas in San Bernardino County. → Read More

Upland OKs military equipment inventory, including surplus war-time weapons

The city completed a state-mandated inventory of military-grade weapons, which will soon include an armored vehicle. → Read More

Gun collection sells for $613,000 to aid no-kill animal shelter in Ontario

A quiet man who had collected nearly 1,200 antique guns and rifles ordered them sold at auction in his will. Proceeds will support the West End Shelter for Animals. → Read More

Upland’s new acting police chief is a 30-year veteran of the department

Capt. Marcelo Blanco will step into the role April 28, replacing outgoing Chief Darren Goodman. → Read More

Ontario airport reports travel in March exceeded pre-pandemic levels

Passenger counts were the highest they’ve been since early 2019, suggesting the airport has made a full recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Rancho Cucamonga focusing on economy, transportation and environment in 2022 and beyond

Mayor L. Dennis Michael, along with a video, presented a rosy picture of a community coming out of the pandemic at the annual State of the City address. → Read More

259 apartments approved for northeast Rancho Cucamonga

Additional, similar developments may be coming in the same area off Route 66. → Read More

Montclair council removes Ben Lopez from committees following censure

Other City Council members will take Lopez’s place on various committees after they censured him following allegations he sexually harassed two city workers. → Read More

Greyhound moves to Montclair TransCenter from Claremont

The national bus agency sent out news releases incorrectly saying it had moved service to Claremont. It later corrected the error. → Read More

Mountain lion killed on 60 Freeway in Diamond Bar is part of a rise in roadside deaths

Death from being struck by a vehicle is the No. 1 reason why Southern California’s mountain lions are dying. → Read More

Ontario begins process to switch to council districts, a first for 131-year-old city

Ontario was supposed to go to by-district voting in November 2022. But that got delayed. The city is holding workshops and public hearings on how to carve out districts for city council May-July 20… → Read More