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Perris Honors Retiring Riverside County Supervisor

The City of Perris honors longtime Riverside County Supervisor Marion Ashley during its first ever State of the City address ceremony Oct. 4. With Ashley are City Manager Richard Belmudez, City Clerk Nancy Salazar, City Councilwoman Rita Rogers, City Councilwoman Tonya Burke, Mayor Michael Vargas, Mayor Pro-Tem Malcolm Corona and City Councilman David Starr Rabb.The City of Perris honors longtime Riverside County Supervisor Marion Ashley during its first ever State of the City address ceremony Oct. 4. With Ashley are City Manager Richard Belmudez, City Clerk Nancy Salazar, City Councilwoman Rita Rogers, City Councilwoman Tonya Burke, Mayor Michael Vargas, Mayor Pro-Tem Malcolm Corona and City Councilman David Starr Rabb.

The City of Perris took time out during its first ever State of the City address ceremony October 4 to honor longtime Riverside County Supervisor Marion Ashley, who is retiring from public office.

Ashley lived in the Perris Valley for more than 50 years as a business owner, real estate developer and supervisor and has witnessed the transformation of the City from a tiny farming berg to a thriving community rich in history, diversity and a growing economic powerhouse.