RIVERSIDE Calif., December 31, 2014 - A patient at Kaiser Permanente Riverside Hospital has been diagnosed with active tuberculosis, and the hospital is working with county health officials to contact those who might have been exposed to the illness.
The Riverside County Waste Management Department has scheduled a free household hazardous-waste collection event for Saturday (12/13) in Indio at the Date Festival Fairgrounds. The event starts at 9 a.m. and is open to all Riverside County residents.
Commuters and other drivers who need to know which county roads are closed because of recent storms can go to the Transportation Department website for the most recent information available about road closures. The page, http://rctlma.org/trans/Road-Maintenance/Road-Closures, lists the names of the roads, the portions that are closed and the closure dates. The list only covers roads in the unincorporated county, not city streets.
Riverside County today (Tuesday) cut away some red tape for homeowners who want to build guest homes and other accessory structures on their property, and at the same time helped address some countywide housing needs.
The Riverside County Waste Management Department has scheduled a free household hazardous-waste collection event on Saturday (Dec. 6) in Beaumont at the Lamb Canyon Sanitary Landfill, starting at 9 a.m. The collection is open to all Riverside County residents.
Facts and other information about the potentially fatal Ebola virus are available on a new web page from Riverside County health officials.
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