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Gov. Newsom announces nearly $300 million in ‘Clean California Grants', $19 million going towards Inland Empire projects

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On Tuesday, Governor Gavin Newsom announced nearly $300 million dollars in grants that will go towards local governments and tribes to help beautify public space.

The grants are targeting underserved communities throughout California, with $19 million of the funding going towards projects here in the Inland Empire.

In a press release, Governor Newsom said that the funding was a historic investment that will go towards helping remove unsightly litter from local streets and highways.

The grants funding will be going towards six different projects in the Inland Empire, including $5 million for Corona’s Green Alleys project and $4.9 million for Pomona’s Holt Avenue Corridor Project.

Complete list of cities receiving funds:

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Jonathan Linden is a reporter at 91.9 KVCR in San Bernardino, California. He joined KVCR in July 2021 and had previously interned for the station in the Spring of 2019. Outside of KVCR, Jonathan also interned for KALW in San Francisco, KFI in Burbank, and Radio HCJB in Quito, Ecuador.