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Read all about it: Downtown Palm Springs bookstore owners hope to start new chapter for city in November

The atmosphere will be designed more for browsing than bustle, with a goal of becoming an inviting hub for not only locals but visitors who might be looking for something to read poolside.

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What to watch for this week at City Hall

The City Council, Planning Commission, and representatives from Palm Springs International Airport all plan to hold public meetings that you can attend or tune into this week, discussing multiple topics that have recently piqued public interest.

Workgroup recommends city cap vacation rentals at 2,500, limit neighborhood density to 10%

At their meeting next Thursday, elected officials will likely ask city staff to make changes to regulations governing short-term vacation rentals that the public can weigh in on — and they can vote on — in the near future.

Public Arts Commission approves giving new life to mural that’s the ‘heart of a community’

A fading mural painted on the west-facing wall of the James O. Jessie Desert Highland Unity Center will be fully recreated with glazed tile that will better stand up to time and weather. 

New momentum, federal support has commuter rail between valley, Los Angeles on track

This week, representatives from local governments are meeting with elected officials and others in Washington, D.C. The goal? Build on recent support to see commuter rail finally come to the Coachella Valley.

‘Major strides’ being made at north end affordable housing project on way toward 2023 opening

The Monarch isn’t the only eagerly anticipated project in the area. Across the street, a new Tower Market was expected to open earlier this summer.

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