Social Security decisions

Social Security decisions

When and how should you take your Social Security income benefits? Electing to take Social Security Benefits is a decision that every retiree will face. The question is, when to start and how to maximize the benefit? With less than 22 percent of financial professionals understanding Social Security and how to properly integrate benefits into […]

One month left to apply for SBA Disaster Loans for drought losses

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Director Tanya N. Garfield of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Disaster Field Operations Center–West today reminded small, nonfarm businesses in all 58 California counties and neighboring counties in Arizona, Nevada and Oregon of the Oct. 5, 2015, deadline to apply for an SBA federal disaster loan for economic injury. These low-interest loans are to offset economic losses because […]

Measure to support ‘Made in America’ labeling signed by Governor Brown

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Legislation to allow manufacturers to label their products “Made in America” if no more than 10 percent of the final product is made outside of the United States was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown. Senate Bill 633, authored by Senator Hill (D-San Mateo/Santa Clara counties) and Assemblyman Jones (R-Santee), changes California’s 100 […]

What is in a country mile; Finding Emerald Creek Winery

Not long ago, after getting off Interstate 15, I remember traveling along Rancho California Road, Highway 79. in Temecula. I drove through the busy business section, passed a few housing developments, and by forests of Orange groves leading into the Wine Country vineyards. It seemed to take forever to get to Wine Country, but the […]

ANZA: County waste department provides free household hazardous waste collection

ANZA: County waste department provides free household hazardous waste collection

The Riverside County Department of Waste Resources has scheduled a free household hazardous waste collection event on Saturday (August 22) in Anza at the Anza Transfer Station. The collection is open to all Riverside County residents. The department provides an opportunity for Riverside County residents to keep hazardous waste out of the county landfills and ensure that it is […]

‘Know Your Neighbor’ Wireless Internet pioneers

‘Know Your Neighbor’ Wireless Internet pioneers

In this issue of ‘Know Your Neighbor’  Anza Valley Outlook will introduce readers to  two men who pioneered wireless Internet to the area, Phil Canaday of Anza Wireless and Mike Hansen of Wireless Internet Pro. Phil Canaday Anza Wireless It was nearly dusk and a light snow was falling. Driven by the wind, it looked […]

A Word from our Anza Valley Chamber of Commerce

Dear Business Community, Below is an excerpt from the April 2015 President’s newsletter published in the SCOPE put out by the Anza Valley Chamber of Commerce. In the spirit of taking a closer look at your business, I thought I would share an updated list of proposed CA legislation regarding employers. The following is a […]

Backyard chicken farming brings joy to area residents

When Temecula resident Stephanie McKay decided to bring chickens home to roost, her husband’s initial reaction was no. She checked the Temecula city ordinance and learned of the two hen maximum but it took a little more to convince her husband to turn his back yard into a free range chicken farm. “Steve finally agreed […]

It’s here! Anza Valley Outlook launches new website

Anza Valley Outlook is excited to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website! With a new enhanced look and streamlined menus, now offers ease of access for all users. The launch coincides with Village News, Inc.’s launch of its other websites, and “The new websites have a more modern design and include updated […]

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