Come and enjoy Ballroom dance in a comfortable and fun setting.
Nightclub two-step will be taught Mondays beginning June 3, and ending June 24.
Class runs from 6:45 p.m. to 8 p.m. Registration fee is $8 per person. Partners are not required
Contract class instructors are needed to teach a wide range of classes, such as arts and crafts, fitness classes, and dance at the Joslyn Senior Center. The Recreation Division of the Quality of Life Department is always searching for qualified instructors to teach new or existing classes.
If you are interested in being a contract instructor please contact the Joslyn Senior Center at (909) 798-7550 or visit at 21 Grant St. Redlands, CA 92374.
The Coffee with the Council scheduled for Saturday, May 18, has been cancelled in order to accommodate City Council members and others who wish to attend memorial services for the son of Mayor Pro Tem Paul Foster. Coffee with the Council will resume in June.
The City of Redlands will conduct a public workshop next month seeking input on the City’s proposed bicycle lane connectivity plan.
The workshop will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. Monday, June 10, in the City Council Chambers, 35 Cajon St.
This workshop will summarize the input received from the community since a Jan. 23 workshop to discuss desired routes for bike lane connectivity within the City and which lanes the community considers as priority projects. The City will incorporate information received during the workshops into a master planning document for implementation when funding becomes available.
A local grocery chain outlet recently joined Redlands in celebrating the City’s 125th Anniversary.
Albertsons’ Redlands store at 450 E. Cypress Ave. recently began selling reusable shopping bags that include an image of the City of Redlands’ 125th Anniversary logo on an orange crate on one side and the logo for local craft brewery Hangar 24 on the other side.
Store manager Mike Enright said the bags celebrating the City’s anniversary were a natural fit for his store, which has previously sold bags featuring historic Redlands locations.
A joint Town Hall meeting with Redlands Police Chief Mark A. Garcia and Fire Chief Jeff L. Frazier has been rescheduled to 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 26, due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict. The Town Hall meeting will be held in the Redlands City Council Chambers and will be televised live to cable television customers on Redlands TV.
Frazier and Garcia will answer questions regarding public safety issues.
As motorists take to the roads for the Memorial Day holiday, Redlands police are urging everyone to buckle up. Redlands Police will be lending their support to the 2013 national Click It or Ticket seat belt law campaign and looking for motorists who are not belted.
“As we kick-off the busy summer driving season it’s important that everyone buckles up every time they go out, both day and night – no excuses,” said Redlands Police Traffic Sgt. Jeremy Floyd. “Our officers are prepared to ticket anyone who is not wearing their seat belt – Click It or Ticket.”
Redlands Police are investigating a series of incidents in which teenage or younger females have been followed on their way to or from school. In most of the incidents the driver of the vehicle attempts to engage the girls in conversation. In one incident a 17-year-old high school student got into a car with the suspect before being dropped off a few minutes later.
The most recent incident occurred Monday, May 6, shortly before 9 a.m. when a teenage girl was approached as she walked to Redlands High School in the area of Church Street. A silver or white Mercedes Benz with tinted lens covers over the head lights and brake lights passed her several times before pulling into a parking lot near Church Street and Central Avenue and attempted to engage the girl in conversation and tried to get her in to his vehicle.
Police arrested a 34-year-old Yucaipa man for theft of copper wire from City light posts early Wednesday morning, the first success for the department’s newly created Community Response Unit.
Stanley Ray Tankersley was arrested shortly after 4 a.m. Wednesday, May 1, after police stopped him near the intersection of Colton Avenue and Orange Street for code violations and driving erratically. When they made contact with Tankersley, officers discovered gloves, tools and four coils of 8-guage wire in his 1994 Chevrolet Impala.
After investigation and interviews with Tankersley, officers determined he had recently stolen the wire from City light posts in the area of Crown Street, and Highland and Cedar avenues.
The Redlands Police Department’s Multiple Enforcement Team, along with agents from the California Department of Justice Bureau of Firearms, conducted an operation last week, contacting individuals listed in the state Armed Prohibited Persons System database, confiscating firearms from those legally prohibited from possessing them.
The state database lists people who previously purchased guns but have since become ineligible to possess them because of subsequent felony convictions, a history of domestic violence or severe mental illness or wanted persons.
RPD officers and state agents contacted 11 people throughout the City and confiscated 13 firearms. In addition, officers confiscated concealed weapons permits previously issued in California and Arizona.