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City Council votes to end Buzz trolley servicePALM SPRINGS, Calif. - The Palm Springs City Council has voted terminate the Bu
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted yesterday
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - The Palm Springs City Council has voted terminate the Buzz trolley service in a 4-1 vote. The free service helps people get around downtown Palm Springs, costing the city about $900,000 a year, of which, $100,000 is covered by... Read more
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Palm Springs voters to decide fate of short-term rentals in June 5th primaryPacked house inside the Palm Springs City Council Chambers Packed house inside
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 2 days ago
Packed house inside the Palm Springs City Council Chambers Packed house inside the Palm Springs City Council Chambers PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Palm Springs voters will decide the fate of short-term rentals in residential neighborhoods. City Council... Read more
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Well in the Desert to continue operating in downtown Palm Springs for 18 monthsPalm Springs City Council Palm Springs City Council PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Pa
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 15 days ago
Palm Springs City Council Palm Springs City Council PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Palm Springs City Council unanimously votes to extend conditional use permit for Well in the Desert. The permit, issued 6 months ago, allows the organization to continue... Read more
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Uber, Lyft to start service at Palm Springs Airport in monthAir Traffic Delays in Palm Springs PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - The Palm Springs Cit
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 29 days ago
Air Traffic Delays in Palm Springs PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - The Palm Springs City Council unanimously voted Wednesday to allow Uber and Lyft to service their customers curbside at the Palm Springs International airport the ride-sharing services were... Read more
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Joe Galli makes appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Liveout on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night for his stellar reporting on a big developm
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 29 days ago
out on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night for his stellar reporting on a big development for the Palm Springs public library. Palm Springs City Council Member Christy Holstege tweeted out an assurance to the late-night host this morning; all the... Read more
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Palm Springs city council votes to allow ride-sharing services to pick up passengers at airportwho fly in and out of the Palm Springs International Airport can now use ride-s
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 30 days ago
who fly in and out of the Palm Springs International Airport can now use ride-sharing services when being picked up. The Palm Springs City Council voted unanimously to allow people to use services like Uber and Lyft to allow drivers to pick them... Read more
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$65K to be spent on new chairs, tables for librarythere much longer than half an hour I would feel it," said Charles Springfield,
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 30 days ago
there much longer than half an hour I would feel it," said Charles Springfield, who regularly comes to the library. The Palm Springs City Council is scheduled to write the last chapter for the seats by voting to replace some of these older... Read more
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45 years after Roe v. Wade, White House threatens landmark abortion rulingBecerra, Rep. Ami Bera, state Sens. Toni Atkins and Holly Mitchell, Assemblywom
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 1 months ago
Becerra, Rep. Ami Bera, state Sens. Toni Atkins and Holly Mitchell, Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia and Lisa Middleton, a Palm Springs City Council member and the first transgender person elected to a non-judicial office in California. Welcome to... Read more
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