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ICC news: You're in good hands, Idyllwild

ICC news: You’re in good hands, Idyllwild

On Feb. 11, a new San Jacinto Mountain Community Center board was elected (see the Feb. 14 issue of the Town Crier). Officers were nominated and unanimously elected to take over the governance, management and adminstration of the SJMCC and its two standing committees: the building, fundraising and capital improvement committee and the programs and activities committee.

Pine Cove adopts standby charges

The board of directors for the Pine Cove Water District adopted standby charges for 2012-2013 fiscal year. The charge remains $30 per acre per year for each acre of land or portion of any single parcel which is not served by an active water meter. At the Wednesday, Feb. 13, board meeting, General Manager Jerry […]

Leaks triple Fern Valley water demand

Fern Valley Water District General Manager Steve Erler said the mid-January cold snap caused average district water demand to triple from 80 gallons per minute to a peak of 256 gpm. At the Friday, Feb. 15, district board meeting, Erler said staff conducted a system survey and found that numerous customers had failed to properly […]

News of Record: Feb. 28, 2013

Fire log Hill fire stations responded to the following calls, Monday to Monday, Feb. 18 to 25, 2013: Idyllwild Fire Department and Ambulance Feb. 19 — Walk-in medical aid. Feb. 19 — Medical aid, Highway 243, Idyllwild. Feb. 21 — Smoke scare, Tollgate Road, Idyllwild. Feb. 21 — Medical aid, Pine Crest Avenue, Idyllwild. Feb. […]

Lake Hemet Campground extends recreation management contract

The Lake Hemet Municipal Water District board of directors extended its management contract for Lake Hemet Campground with The California Parks Company, Urban Parks Concessionaires. The extension, containing the same terms as the original contract, runs through Friday, Nov. 30, 2014. The water district board had previously placed a notice of termination for UPC’s contract […]

Chamber and Roy continue negotiations

The Idyllwild Chamber of Commerce board of directors continues to try to reach some settlement with David Roy, according to President Chris Titus. After announcing they were considering dismantling and auctioning the monument, which the chamber had commissioned from Roy, Roy has made two separate settlement offers to the chamber, he said.

Karin and Richard Greenwood: Making everything count

Karin and Richard Greenwood: Making everything count

Karin and Richard Greenwood literally built Community Lumber piece by piece, discarding nothing of use and assembling what was needed from what they had …

Rotary visits Twin Pines Ranch, part 2

Rotary visits Twin Pines Ranch, part 2

After seeing the outlying areas of Twin Pines Ranch YOP (Youth Offender Program) during their recent tour of the facility …

Kimmerle and Dravenstatt convicted

On Wednesday, Feb. 20, the day the jury trial was to have commenced, Ron Kimmerle, 49, and Taylor Dravenstatt, 20, both of Idyllwild, entered guilty pleas to single counts of felony burglary, were convicted and were formally sentenced to four years in state prison. “This was a plea agreement between both sides,” said John Hall, […]

County suspends CSA 38 meetings

County Service Area 38 is shut down until summer, according to 3rd District Supervisor Jeff Stone’s office. Riverside County’s Emergency Medical Services Agency is developing a new contract for delivering emergency medical and ambulance services. While the analysis and review is proceeding this spring, Stone has suspended the CSA 38 Advisory Committee meetings until at […]

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