Covina

Covina

(kōvē`nə), city (1990 pop. 43,207), Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1901. The area was settled in 1842, citrus crops were introduced in 1886, and the citrus industry reached its peak in the 1930s when Covina was one of the world's largest producers. Citrus fruits are still grown and processed, but a newer economic base includes the manufacture of varied products, including medical supplies and fabricated metals.
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all questions must be submitted in writing to the city of west covina no later than 4:00 pm on june 22, 2017.
Markets, which recently became a private company with no public debt, is taking steps toward expansion with the announcement that it plans to open two new "Blue Ribbon" supermarkets to better serve the California communities of Covina and Menifee.
The Masten family was traveling in two vehicles from West Covina to Nevada to spend the weekend with Arianna's father.
Lina Ledford, a partner with West Covina-based Parke, Guptill & Co, has been elected president of the Covina Rotary Club.
Notes: all questions must be submitted in writing to the city of west covina no later than 5:00 p.