• Palm Springs Mayor Announces Assembly Run

    The mayor of Palm Springs, Christy Holstege announced on Thursday she’s running for the California State Assembly District 42, the first to announce in the race. She’s the first woman to serve as mayor of the city, and council member in the first all LGBTQ council in the country. “This is the time you know […]

  • IID Forms Coachella Valley Energy Commission

    The Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors officially announced the formation of the Coachella Valley Energy Commission in Tuesday’s meeting. Representation for the Coachella Valley has been long requested and will be tasked with providing immediate representation for the energy needs in parts of our valley. Leaders on both sides are calling this move a […]

  • Local Leaders React To President Trump Contracting Coronavirus

    Both parties have different opinions on how the president has been handling this pandemic, but one thing they can agree on is that they believe president trump won’t be changing his view on the coronavirus. As leaders around the world react to President Trump and the first lady testing positive for coronavirus, here in Coachella […]

  • Local Leaders Furious about ‘CARES Act’ Funding

    Help is on the way for cities across California hit hard by the coronavirus as a half-billion federal dollars are being distributed to help cope with severe financial losses. Great news, right? Well, not if you’re in the Coachella Valley where city leaders are outraged that they are being cut out of their fair share […]

  • Local Candidates Respond to Super Tuesday Results

    Polls are closed and early numbers are in meaning there’s a pretty good idea of who is heading to the general election. NBC Palm Springs spoke with all of the candidates moving likely forward. Incumbent Congressman Raul Ruiz released a statement saying in part, “I’m honored to be winning support from such a large majority […]

  • Republican Assemblyman Faces Challengers Attacking Incumbent’s Voting Record

    Former Assembly Minority Leader Chad Mayes, who was ousted from the position after supporting environmental policies opposed by fellow conservatives, faces four challengers for his 42nd District seat Tuesday, including two other Republicans who have attacked the incumbent’s voting record. Ten months into his Assembly tenure, Mayes, R-Yucca Valley, was elected Minority Leader by his […]

  • Governor Brown Signs Garcia and Mayes’ Bump and Grind Legislation

    Palm Desert, CA Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) is excited to announce that today, Governor Brown has signed AB 661, Magnesia Spring Ecological Reserve: Mirage Trail. This measure joint authored with Assemblymember Chad Mayes (R-Yucca Valley) would extend opening and closure dates for the Mirage Trail near Palm Desert; ensuring access to the Coachella Valley’s beloved […]

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