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  • Riverside City Case Study

    Riverside, CA—General Plan Analysis and 30-Year Strategy Context Riverside City is located in Southern California. It was founded during the mission days under Spanish rule in the early 1800s, when ranchos (land grands) were offered to citizens of high standing. The downtown design was a grid iron pattern borrowed from the design of downtown Philadelphia . The city benefitted from the “second gold rush” of California; navel oranges were a cash crop in the area. The citrus industry assisted in the real estate boom. Riverside was incorporated in 1883, and street cars were used in downtown. The city is unique in two respects, it has prominent educational influence and military influence. First established as a research center for citrus crops,…

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  • Riverside Art Museum Analysis

    The Riverside Art museum was first discovered in 1967 and it is in downtown Riverside, next to the Mission Inn. The museum’s purpose is to engage and inspire people through exhibits and providing art classes that allows people to learn different skills. This upcoming new year, RAM will be celebrating their 50th year of art and appreciation. Some of their past projects included and integration of science and math into fine arts. This allows young people learn from an educational standpoint. Their…

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  • My Community Essay Examples

    OurLANZA In the suburb community of Riverside, California which is part of the Inland Empire, directly inland from Los Angles. In the southwest area of Riverside there is small sub-community. It historically was Camp Anza a World War II Army military base, the area was later decommissioned and remade into houses in 1940s as part of postwar suburbanization. Soon after an Airplane part manufacturing factory was built directly in the center of Arlanza and was in high production up…

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  • Between Riverside And Crazy Analysis

    In the play " Between Riverside and Crazy" by Stephen Adly Guirgis, the story follows Pop, a retired policeman fighting to win his case against the police department after he got shot eight years ago. In "The Nether" by Jennifer Haley, the readers are set in the near future where the Nether, a form of visual reality, replaces the Internet. Both main characters in the plays are shown to always want more than what they are already been giving to them. Also, the relationships between Pop and…

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  • Lake Elsinore: Case Study

    Section 5 – PROJECT or PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Using a 12-point font and on no more than two single-spaced typed pages please elaborate on the following eight considerations in relation to this grant request: A. Please describe the history and mission of applicant organization: The City of Lake Elsinore is the second oldest city in Riverside County and is located along Interstate 15 in Southwest Riverside County within District 1. The City of Lake Elsinore was incorporated in 1888 and today is…

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  • Riverside Community Hospital Executive Summary

    Riverside Community hospital is a small non-profit hospital, with about 210 beds available for patient use (HAP 2010). Riverside hospital has recently come into serious competition with a for-profit hospital in their area, and Riverside is worried that the cost of services in their area will skyrocket. Though Riverside has strengths, the hospital also has financial weaknesses that need to be addressed. Riverside Community Hospital has an overspending issue, and by analysis Riverside Financial…

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  • Riverside Bayview Homes Case Study

    U.S. Supreme Court: United States v. Riverside Bayview Homes Inc. 474 U.S. 121 (1985) The developer Riverside Bayview Homes was filling its property, which was located next to Lake St. Clair, Michigan, with fill material. The Army Corps of Engineers filled a lawsuit against the developer to prevent this from happening, as the Corps felt that this area qualified as a wetland and the developer would then need to obtain a permit from the Corps as required under Clean Water Act § 404. The district…

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  • The Importance Of Cultural Fluency In Riverside County

    Riverside County has a very diverse population. Employees service people from different cultural backgrounds including but not limited to Hispanics, Chinese and Arabic people. It is important for county workers to understand the importance of cultural fluency to better serve the diverse community he or she works in. Understanding cultural fluency will help to enhance communication across cultural boundaries and help organizations succeed in the global marketplace. I practice cultural fluency…

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  • Riverside Community Hospital Case Study

    Riverside Community Hospital (RCH) is the largest provider of acute care medical services in the Inland Empire. The hospital is known for its patient-centric culture which is rooted in the ideals and values of our founders. Our mission statement is a reminder that above all else we are committed to the care and improvement of human life. The core values driving RCH are based on providing excellence in medical care delivered in a caring and compassionated manner. This dedication to providing…

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  • Theme Of Free Will In Romeo And Juliet

    The theme of free will and fate plays one of the dominant roles in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet love story. Fate and free will are responsible for a lot of conflicts that happened throughout the play. Shakespeare gives a hint to the audience about the doom of the couple by saying in the prologue that “a pair of star-crossed lovers take their life.” (Prologue pg.23) Romeo and Juliet’s love is “dead-marked” which means that their love will bring their death. From the beginning, fate allows Romeo…

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