The Idyllwild Fire Protection District has scheduled a discussion of its 2009-2010 audit for its Tuesday, Aug. 16 meeting. In advance of the meeting, IFPD had posted the audit and the accompanying correspondence from the auditors on its website. Commission President Pete Capparelli described the results as “good.” He was pleased with the report from […]
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Although fewer than 15 people attended the public hearing on Measure G, the Idyllwild Fire Protection District (IFPD) commissioners fielded dozens of questions during the 90-minute session. Measure G, which the commission approved in April, authorizes increasing the current unit fee from $65 to a maximum of $130 annually. The money would be available for […]
The Town Crier invites all businesses, organizations and individuals (musicians, artists, etc.) to submit event listings for the winter/spring Idyllwild Guide that will be published in October. Sumbit listings for events that will occur from October through May 2012. Please include date, time and location of event. In addition to being seen in the Idyllwild […]
The Idyllwild Chamber of Commerce board of directors met one short of a quorum (five directors present out of 11) on Monday, Aug. 15. Although they conducted no business and deferred action on agenda items, President Nick Todd announced that the Chamber shuttle bus is repaired, up and running, and has a driver. The long-moribund […]
The Idyllwild Chamber and Business Roundtable are seeking volunteers during Jazz in the Pines weekend, Aug. 27-28, to help sell tickets at the Marshall Hawkins’ Town Jazz event at Jo’An’s. Volunteers are needed 6-10 p.m. Saturday and 4-8 p.m. Sunday. This is a community event supporting Marshall’s youth music education program through the Idyllwild Master […]
Committee says $20,000 loan a dead issue At the Thursday, Aug. 11 meeting of the County Service Area (CSA) 36 Advisory Committee, its first meeting since the county assumed control of the local recreation program on Aug. 1, CSA Operations Manager Bill Brown, new District Recreation Manager GeGe Beagle and Sports Coordinator Jeremy Teeguarden discussed […]
The Idyllwild Fire Protection District has scheduled a discussion of its 2009-2010 audit at its Tuesday, Aug. 16 meeting. In advance of the meeting, IFPD has posted the audit and the accompanying correspondence from the auditors on its website. Commission President Pete Capparelli described the results as good. He was pleased with the report from […]
About three-dozen teenagers aspiring to careers in law enforcement will graduate today from a Police Explorer Academy in Idyllwild that requires physical fitness and offers a real-world look at police work.
The Hemet Police Department hosted the academy at Camp Emerson, situated in the San Jacinto mountains, beginning on Aug. 7.
The California State Parks just announced service reductions due to the spring budget cut. The budget reductions total $11 million this fiscal year (Juy 1, 2011 thorugh June 30, 2012) and another $22 million in fiscal 2012-13. Beginning October 2011, Mt. San Jacinto State Park’s hours of operation will be reduced, according to Sector Superintendent […]