River group might ask for our two cents

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Redlands resident Susan Ouellette rides her bicycle beneath the yellow cottonwoods along the Audubon section of the Riverfront Trail. The organizers of One Riverfront Project are considering having local merchants round up purchases to the nearest dollar to help fund improvements to the Riverfront Trail.


Panel considers raising funds by keeping shoppers’ coins

Shoppers in 2018 might be asked to round up their change to the nearest dollar to benefit the One Riverfront Project, as the Colorado Riverfront project is rebranding itself.

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