Postal Service is hiring in Norco, Corona; Port Freight arrives at Rialto – Press Enterprise
Like many hires in the area, the US Postal Service is looking to add carrier assistants at the Norco and Corona post offices.
Hourly wages start at $ 18 and include benefits such as health insurance, annual leave, and the opportunity to become a transporter. Candidates must be available to work weekends and holidays.
See the job posting for more details on duties, responsibilities and additional requirements at usps.com/careers
On the careers page, select ‘search for jobs’, then select ‘California’ as your location and press ‘start’. Refine the search by entering keywords such as city of interest or “city carrier assistant”. Job postings are updated weekly.
The fine print:
- Applicants must be 18 years of age and over.
- All applicants must pass a drug test and a criminal background check.
- Some positions require a review.
- Any position requiring driving will also require a valid driver’s license and a clean two-year DMV driving history.
- Citizenship or permanent resident status is required.
Port freight arriving at Rialto
Harbor Freight Tools will be opening a new store this summer at 260 E. Baseline Road in Rialto.
Construction has started on the store, which specializes in tools and accessories at discount prices. An actual opening date will be announced later by the company.
Harbor Freight plans to hire 25 to 30 positions, including sales and logistics supervisors, senior associates, sales associates and seasonal jobs. Salaries are “competitive” and come with a benefit package that includes health coverage and Thanksgiving and Christmas time off.
“We’ve been looking to open a site in Rialto for several years,” said Trey Feiler, senior vice president of real estate and construction for the company.
Applicants can apply online at harbourfreightjobs.com/retail and search for “Rialto”.
The Calabasas-based company has 1,100 stores nationwide.
Opening of a health clinic in Eastvale
Carbon Health has opened a clinic in Eastvale that offers emergency care and COVID-19 testing.
The San Francisco-based company also has offices in Los Angeles, Sherman Oaks, San Marcos, Santa Ana, Temecula, Brea and Irvine.
Ultimately, the clinics will transition to full-service primary care clinics.
Services also include appointments for the non-referral COVID-19 antibody PCR / serology diagnostic test.
Customers can book an appointment online at CarbonHealth.com or by using the Carbon Health app on a smartphone or tablet.
Address: 14117 Limonite Ave. # 300
Hemet shopping center leads the way
Work has started on the Boulder Crossing shopping center at the intersection of Winchester Road and Domenigoni Parkway in Hemet.
Planned tenants include McDonald’s, Starbucks and Chevron.
The new development is part of the Conestoga master plan community and will have 166,000 square feet of commercial and retail space for primary tenants and adjacent stores in southern Riverside County.
Cushman & Wakefield takes care of the rental.
Property tax deferral
California homeowners recently affected by wildfires have until June 1 to apply for the property tax deferral program.
The paperwork needed to determine eligibility can take time and effort to pull together, according to State Comptroller Betty T.
“I urge anyone who thinks this program could benefit them to do their research and start the process now,” said Yee, who is California’s chief financial officer.
The TPP allows homeowners who are elderly, blind or disabled and who meet income, equity and other requirements to defer paying property taxes on their primary residence. The standard filing period ended on February 10, but residents of 31 counties in governor-declared disaster areas were granted an extension.
Applications for the 2020-21 PTP must be postmarked no later than Tuesday, June 1 for residents of Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and San Diego counties.
The Office of Comptrollers said California homeowners in 2019-2020 deferred more than $ 4 million in residential property taxes through PTP. As of May 4, more than $ 4.2 million has been paid for the 2020-2021 tax year.
Funding is limited and applications are processed in the order they are received. Participants must reapply each year and demonstrate that they continue to meet the eligibility criteria.
The interest rate for all deferred taxes under the TPP this tax year is 5%. A lien is placed on the real estate property, or a security agreement filed for a manufactured home until the deferred taxes are paid off.
Applications for the 2021-2022 tax year will be available in September. Applications and program details are available online at sco.ca.gov/ardtax_prop_tax_postponement or by calling 800-952-5661.
New executives at Loma Linda hospitals
Loma Linda University Health Administration Board has appointed two new Trustees for Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital and Loma Linda University Medical Center – Murrieta, effective from 1st of July.
Peter Baker, who has worked for LLUH for over seven years, is Senior Vice President and Administrator of Children’s Hospital.
Jonathan Jean-Marie is senior vice president and director of Murrieta. He has been Vice President and Administrator of Loma Linda University East Campus and Surgical Hospital since 2016.
Baker, who has worked for Loma Linda University Health for over seven years, most recently served as Senior Vice President and Administrator of Loma Linda University Medical Center – Murrieta. He holds a law degree and an MBA from Golden Gate University.
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