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NEWS UPDATE

NEXT LAKE ARROWHEAD MAC MEETING

The next Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) Meeting will be held on: 

THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 2020

6:00 PM | FIRE STATION 91

The MAC Meetings are open to all mountain residents and are held the 1st Thursday of every month at 6:00 pm in the Community Room at Fire Station 91. 

 

This is your opportunity to hear from Elected Officials, First Responders, Community Leaders and their representatives.  The monthly meetings provide updates on current issues in our community. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions or suggest issues that that are of concern. This is a great opportunity to get to know other members of the community.

 

The MAC reports directly to our County Supervisor, Janice Rutherford. 

You can email the Chair of the MAC, Scott L Rindenow, at LakeArrowheadMAC@gmail.com.

 

EXTENDED CLOSURE FOR EMERGENCY PROJECT ON SR 18

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will perform rock scaling and rock splitting work on State Route 18 (SR-18) in Crestline.

 

On Tuesday, February 11 through the end of April, there will be a full highway closure that will begin at 7:00 a.m. and conclude at 5:00 p.m., each day, weather permitting.

 

A hard closure will be set up from State Route 138 (SR-138) to Lake Gregory Drive (The Narrows). Expect traffic breaks of approximately 15 minutes in length.  SEE VIDEO BELOW

The California Department of Transportation reissued a press release on Monday, Feb. 10 regarding the closure of Highway 18 between the Highway 138 connector and Lake Gregory Drive.  Caltrans said the project was scheduled to conclude on February 14, 2020, but according to Caltrans Public and Media Affairs Chief Terri Kasinga, the project will now run an estimated two months largely dependent upon the weather.

Know before you go! To stay on top of roadwork in the Inland Empire go to Caltrans District 8 and sign up for commuter alerts. To assist in planning your commute, view live traffic conditions using QuickMap and planned lane closures.

MOUNTAIN SNOWFALL:

ROAD UPDATE

CLICK HERE FOR LIVE CURRENT ROAD CONDITIONS

It is advised not to travel on the mountain roads without chains during winter months.  Roads and walkways will freeze overnight and pose slippery conditions. Be aware of "black ice" which highly slippery. You can check road conditions by clicking HERE. Power is out in several areas. You can check on outages on the Edison App or the Edison website at sce.com/outage.

Winterize your house and boat for the cold weather.  Disconnect and drain hoses from hose bibs.  Insulate pipes of faucets in unheated areas.  Seal off access doors, air vents and cracks.  Don't rely on your heater to prevent frozen pipes. Locate your master water shutoff. Shut off your water if you are going to be away from your home for an extended period of time. 

 

Go to lakearrowheadcsd.com for more information on winterizing.

LAKE LEVEL
FEBRUARY 24, 2020
Full Lake Elevation:             5106.70' 
Current Lake Elevation:       5105.50'
Lake Level Below Full:             -1.20'
Water Surface Temperature:   45.8°

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NOTICE OF REVISIONS FOR VOTE ON WHETHER SHORT TERM RENTERS SHOULD HAVE ACCESS TO LAKE ARROWHEAD
 
Based on feedback from the ALA membership, the upcoming vote on Short Term Renter access to Lake Arrowhead has been revised and will now begin on March 13, 2020.  (See updated proposed By-Law by clicking on the link below)

 

The Arrowhead Lake Association (ALA) is asking its members to vote on whether or not to ban or partially ban Arrowhead Woods Short Term Renters from having access to Lake Arrowhead and its properties. Click here to see the proposed By-Law Ballot.


Notice of a Member vote was recently sent by email, mail and was posted on the association's website. On February 27, 2020, a written ballot will be mailed to all ALA Members with two questions to vote on. First, the Members will be asked to either vote YES, if they want to limit or stop the use of ALA Property by Short Term Renters, or to vote NO, if they do not want a new Bylaw to define regulations for Short Term Renter use of ALA Property.


Additionally, members will be asked to choose between two By-Law change options. The first will completely ban Short Term Renters from any use or access to ALA properties or the lake. The second By-Law change option grants Short Term Renters the ability to use the Beach Clubs and the trails as long as the property owner of the rental, pays an annual fee to the ALA. The renters will still not be able to access Lake Arrowhead, ALA parks, any dock or pier site or receive ALA boat operator licenses, use kayaks, paddle boards, boats, sail, fish or swim in Lake Arrowhead or Grass Valley Lake.


Reading the association's By-Laws and governing documents, ALA’s ballot explanation and directions to the membership, appears to be contradicting existing By-Laws and most importantly, the 1964 Agreement of Settlement and Compromise. The 1964 agreement which ALA is a successor to, specifically addresses the rights of Property Owners in the Woods, their Lessees and House Guests relating to the use and access of Lake Arrowhead and its properties.  The By-laws state that if there is a conflict between the ALA By-Laws and the 1964 Agreement, the 1964 Agreement rules. The complete 1964 agreement can be found on the ALA website at http://www.ala-ca.org/docs/1964_Agreement_complete_ocr_ver.pdf.  


Should a member decide to vote NO on the first question, meaning they don’t want any changes to the current By-Laws, they are still being required to vote on the second question of the ballot as to which proposed By-Law change they would prefer. This requirement appears to be in conflict with a NO vote. As one ALA Member told Lake Arrowhead News, “I am really confused by this ballot.”
Ballots are due back by mail or in the ALA office by April 1, 2020.

At the November 23, 2019 ALA Board Meeting, the agenda included a Board vote on a full ban on Short Term Renters access to Lake Arrowhead and ALA’s properties. It was announced by President Clifford that no vote would be taken that day, and a Town Hall Meeting for the Members to address the Short Term Rental Issues would be held on January 11, 2020. That Town Hall Meeting was cancelled and not rescheduled. Notice was then sent to the Membership that a Ballot Vote by the Members would be taking place.

At the February 22, 2020 ALA Board Meeting, well over 100 members attended the standing room only monthly meeting on a cold and wet morning. Members entering the meeting, were asked to show their Membership Cards and photo ID. Also present were two uniformed Sheriff Deputies and ALA’s Corporate Counsel. 


The majority of the Members were there to address the upcoming ALA ballot vote on the Short Term Rental ban. The usual “Questions and Answers” item was missing from the agenda while “Member Comments” were moved to the end of the agenda allowing Members to make statements to the Board. ALA President Gary Clifford left the meeting early during the roughly 90 minutes of Member Comments thereafter, Vice President Eran Heissler presided. Of the nearly 40 Member comments, only a handful spoke in favor of the proposed ban. The majority who addressed the Board, shared their concern with the confusing language of the upcoming Ballot, their opposition to ALA taking away property rights to Lake Arrowhead which they claimed are provided for in the 1964 Agreement to their Lessees. Many stated that a ban would have a major impact on their ability to rent their properties. Many Members claimed they do not make very much money on these rentals and need the rental income to allow them to afford their houses in Lake Arrowhead. Without the additional income, they would be forced to sell their homes. The Ballot “is a stacked deck” in favor of the ban said one Member. One Attorney Member who spoke, made it clear to the Board, that if a ban was approved, there would be a lawsuit filed against the association and an injunction filed to stop any implementation of the ban. Several Members also shared their concern that if this ban was implemented, it could lead to racial discrimination in order to enforce the ban. ALA Corporate Counsel stood up and stated that that would not happen. Members in favor of the ban spoke of their experiences with bad behavior in their neighborhoods, on the lake and at their docks by Short Term Renters.


If you have any questions regarding this Ballot, contact the Arrowhead Lake Association at 909 337-2595. The next meeting of the ALA Board will be held on March 28, 2020 at 9:00 AM at the Burnt Mill Beach Club Clubhouse.

ALA MEMBERS TO VOTE ON BAN OF SHORT TERM RENTERS

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At the ALA January Board Meeting, it was announced that the two open Board seats (At Large A and At Large B would be filled by Board appointment. A 3-week period was open for Members to submit applications to the Association. It was reported that 13 applications were received and reviewed.

 

ALA announced that Tony O’Keefe will fill the At Large A seat and Kathy Rothner will fill the At Large B seat. Both new board Members currently serve on ALA committees and will hold their seats on the Board until October 2020. The next Board election will take place this Summer where O’Keefe and Rothner will have to run as incumbents and win in order to retain their appointed seats. In addition to these two At Large seats, there will be elections in the North District, West District and the Grass Valley District for a total of 5 open Board seats.

 

At Large seat A was vacated with the passing of long time Board Member Ralph Wagner and At Large B was vacated when newly elected Board Member Bob Mattison resigned from the beginning of his 4-year term in order to take the position of Arrowhead Lake Association General Manager. 

ARROWHEAD LAKE ASSOCIATION BOARD APPOINTS TWO NEW BOARD MEMBERS

At the Saturday, January 25, 2020 Arrowhead Lake Association Board Meeting held at the Burnt Mill Beach Club, the Board voted to approve an "Annual Fishing Pass."  The Pass will be required for all Arrowhead Woods property owners including but not limited to ALA Members who wish to fish on Lake Arrowhead. The fee for the annual Pass will be $100.00. This is the first time in ALA's history that a fee will be charged by the association for fishing on the lake. The State of California will still require a State issued Fishing License for those 16 years of age and over.


The Pass will be required to be worn while fishing on ALA property. At the meeting, the majority of members who spoke to the Annual Fishing Pass were against the proposal while only one member of the ALA Fishing Committee spoke in favor it. There was discussion between the Board and members regarding the lack of notification to the membership concerning the Fish Pass proposal and funding for the Aquaculture Program (fish farm). Both the Fishing Committee and the ALA Finance Committee recommended approval to the Board.


Only 1 Pass will be issued per Membership or APN. According to ALA, all fees from the Fishing Pass will go towards the “ALA Aquaculture Program.”  All Passes are valid from April 1st to March 31st.  There will be a Grace Period until June 30, 2020, thereafter, all individuals must have an ALA Fishing Pass while fishing on ALA property. A $50.00 fine may be imposed for fishing without a Fishing Pass. A violating member will be required to purchase a $100.00 Fishing Pass within 30 days. The Fine Schedule does not address Arrowhead Woods property owners who are not members. A $25.00 fine may be imposed for a Fishing Pass purchased, but not in possession.


In material provided by ALA at the January 25th Board Meeting, it stated that the Aquaculture Program is necessary to insure a supply of fish will be available for stocking Lake Arrowhead. It also stated that the fish hatcheries available to ALA is limited, because it is a private lake. Members at the meeting also expressed concern that if the hatcheries are unable to provide fish to Lake Arrowhead for stocking, how can they provide fingerlings for the proposed fish farm? The Board stated that it will evaluate the Fish Pass program and Aquaculture consultant contract in 6 months, in order to ascertain the level of interest by the members.


A complete set of the Fish Pass informational materials which includes its rules and fines are available on the ALA website at www.ala-ca.org or call 909 337-2595.

ALA BOARD APPROVES NEW $100.00 FISHING FEE

As expected, an appeal has been filed with the San Bernardino Board of Supervisors regarding the approval by the Planning Commission on the proposed Church of the Woods "Sonrise" construction project. Below, is the full Press Release issued by the Save Our Forest Association, The San Bernardino Valley Audubon Society and the San Bernardino Mountains Group, Sierra Club.  For more information on the proposed project, see the Lake Arrowhead News story following this Press Release. 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


February 3, 2020


Conservation Groups Appeal San Bernardino County’s Approval Of Church of the Woods’ Sonrise Project in Rimforest


Contacts: Hugh Bialecki, Save Our Forest Association, (909) 336-7504
Peter Jorris, San Bernardino Valley Audubon Society, (909) 867-3536
Steven Farrell, San Bernardino Mountains Group, Sierra Club, (951) 777-9150


On Thursday, January 30, 2020, the Save Our Forest Association, The Sierra Club Mountains Group Of the San Gorgonio Chapter, and the San Bernardino Audubon Society, filed an official appeal to the County of San Bernardino Board of Supervisors, requesting a thorough reexamination of the validity of the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Church of the Woods proposed project. The appeal calls into question the proposed project’s consistency with the General Plan, Development Code, the Lake Arrowhead Community Plan and state environmental laws.


The administrative appeal challenges the Planning Commission’s approval, on January 23, 2020, of the project based on significant unavoidable impacts to traffic and circulation (up to seven new traffic signals), biology (riparian habitat destruction, clearcutting 16.9 acres of forest, harm to threatened and endangered species), noise, and esthetics (massive earthmoving of hillside at Daley Canyon/Hwy 189, and degradation of US Forest Service designated Scenic Byway).


“We support the Church of the Woods congregation in their desire for a larger facility, but cannot allow the County to ignore the laws and policies designed to protect public safety, quality of life, our unique forest environment and imperiled plants and animals,“ said Peter Jorris of the Audubon Society. “The County of San Bernardino needs to follow its own guidelines more faithfully and to accurately assess the full impacts of this project to avoid permanent harm to our community, visitors, the forest and its wildlife.”


Many residents in our community have expressed concern that the proposed project, with over 300 new parking spaces, will create traffic circulation problems from Rimforest to Lake Arrowhead, while increasing the risk of downstream erosion and water quality degradation in Little Bear Creek, the headwaters of Lake Arrowhead.


"We appreciate the Church’s efforts in support of our community; but not with this project, at this location. It is too disruptive. The County is violating the law by accepting this proposal's flawed Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and making an unsupported, inadequate Statement of Overriding Consideration,” said Steven Farrell of the Mountain Group Sierra Club. “Even with its significant shortcomings, the EIR identifies severe impacts to the public and to the site that the Planning Commission has misleadingly declared to be of no consequence.”

APPEAL FILED IN CHURCH OF THE WOODS "SONRISE" PROJECT 

UPDATE:  The County Planning Commission hearing was held on January 23, 2020. The hearing began at 9:00 am and lasted until 3:15 pm. Roughly 60 members of the community spoke to the Commissioners in support or opposition of the proposed project. This was the first time residents were able to attend locally via a two way video feed from the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Station Community Room. After a relatively short deliberation by the Commissioners, they voted unanimously to approve the Church of the Woods "Sonrise" project.

 

The San Bernardino County Planning Commission will review the Church of the Woods “Sonrise” project proposed for a 15 acre facility in Rimforest on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at the Board Chambers in San Bernardino at 9:00 am.  Residents can also attend and comment on the proposed project at the county’s satellite location at the old Courthouse in Twin Peaks, which is now equipped with two-way video feeds.

The proposed Church project has been in the planning stages for several years and has the community divided on its value to the mountain residents. The church proponents believe that the new facility will offer residents a community-oriented place for families and children. Opposition proponents to the proposed facility are concerned with the need for the facility, and the potential negative impact on the environment and wildlife with the construction of a 15 acre facility.

The Final EIR for the Church of the Woods Project has recently been updated, and is now available.  You can view the Final EIR Here:

http://www.sbcounty.gov/uploads/LUS/Environmental/FinalEIR%20ChurchoftheWoods20200110.pdf

The Church of the Woods issued the following press release regarding the January 23, 2020 hearing:

Mountain Project to go before County Planning Commission

Lake Arrowhead, California (January 2020) --- The Sonrise in the Woods Project will go before the San Bernardino County Planning Commission on Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 9:00 AM. Experts will conduct presentations before commissioners and county staff. Time will be allotted for public comments and questions.

Sonrise is being developed by Church of the Woods and while it’s being built on private land, it will be a regional resource. From meetings to marriage counseling, the multifaceted facility will be a place for families and friends. There’ll be multiple sports fields, a gym and assembly hall. It will be a park, a retreat, and a preserve. Sonrise in the Woods will sit on 15 acres of land in Rimforest, framed by nature trails, wildlife sanctuaries and undeveloped forest. It will serve Lake Arrowhead and surrounding communities.

Church of the Woods Pastor Rod Akins says a show of support at the public hearing will make a significant impact. “We’re asking all mountain residents who realize the blessings the project will provide to please attend the hearing,” he says, adding, “If anyone needs a ride down the hill, we can help.” While the hearing officially begins at 9:00 AM, Akins strongly recommends people get there no later than 8:30.

Where
Board Chambers, Offices of San Bernardino County
385 N. Arrowhead Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92415

 

When
Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 9 AM (arrive by 8:30)

 

Opponents to the “Sonrise In The Woods” project believe that this project poses a significant negative impact on the environment and violates many of the conditions set by the Community Plan.

 

Hugh A. Bialecki, Dmd, Pres., Save Our Forest Association Inc., issued Lake Arrowhead News the following statements regarding the proposed project:

Church of the Woods proposed project Hwy 18, Rimforest

review and discussion of Final Environmental Impact Report released January 10, 2020. 

 

Are you aware that this project would result in:

-  Mountain top removal of the Hwy 18 / Daley Canyon corner filling in of a natural valley with stream and riparian habitat

- Seven new stoplights on Hwy 18 and \Hwy 189 / Daley Canyon project will contribute to and cause significant and unavoidable traffic impacts.  Your travel on Hwy 18 through Rimforest will be negatively altered forever. See pages Feir-423 and Feir-424, master responses for details

-  Chain link fencing along Hwy 18 and 10 ft retaining walls obstructing wildlife movement

-  County identified wildlife corridors between Strawberry Creek and Grass Valley will be significantly damaged

-  Little Bear Creek begins on this property and provides 50-66% of the water into Lake Arrowhead.  311 parking spaces will likely result in contamination of our water supply

- Disturbed/graded area of project involves removing all trees and vegetation from 16.9 acres.

-  Significant and unavoidable impacts due to construction noise which could last for 435 days, table 2-2, page 2-25, Dreir

-  January 23, 2020, Planning Commission hearing at 9 am, would result in final approval or denial of project.  there is no intention of having a Board of Supervisors public hearing as in most projects.

-  Requiring extensive fuel modification zones due to high fire risk

Community Meeting  Sunday, Jan 19, 4-6 Pm

ROW Community/Senior Center, Grandview Road, Twin Peaks

 

RIMFOREST - CHURCH OF THE WOODS "SONRISE" PROJECT HEARING JANUARY 23, 2020

UPDATE

The Arrowhead Lake Association has named a new General Manager effective January 13, 2020. Bob Mattison, who was recently re-elected to a 4-year term on the ALA Board of Directors last October has assumed the position. Mattison resigned his board seat in order to accept the GM position. Mattison served as Chair of the Lake Operations and Maintenance Committee and the Ad-Hoc Short Term Rental Committee and was a member of the Shoreline Improvements Committee and Finance Committee. He will continue to serve as a non-voting Chair of the Lake Operations and Maintenance Committee.

 

Mattison brings 30 years of experience in financial planning and control, operations management, customer relations and communication, and long-range strategy.  He is a graduate Engineer from Kettering College, with business administration studies at the University of Houston. He also has extensive experience in managing contractors.


Former General Manager Wayne Austin held the position since 2017. The Board of Directors now has two open seats, At-Large A and At-Large B.

ALA NAMES NEW GENERAL MANAGER

UPDATE: Lake Arrowhead News has learned that the sales price for the Lake Arrowhead Village was $49,400,000.00. The sale was on December 16, 2019 and recorded with the County on December 19, 2019. The new owner is listed as Lake Arrowhead Village Retail Owner Lp. located in Thousand Oaks, California.

 The Lake Arrowhead Village has been sold.  It has been confirmed by the Lake Arrowhead Village that they now have new owners. The new owners are reported to be U.S. Realty Partners based in Westlake Village, California.  According to their website, U.S. Realty Partners is a privately held real estate investment company specializing in the acquisition, asset management, development and redevelopment of quality retail properties located in strategic metropolitan areas of the western United States. They focus on anchored retail properties in markets with strong demographics and achieve competitive risk adjusted returns for investors and partners.  U. S. Realty Partners is currently acquiring and managing properties in mature submarkets throughout the western United States as a principal and in partnership with institutional and individual investors. Jay Kerner is the President and CEO of U.S. Realty Partners, a regional commercial real estate operating company and consulting firm focused on high quality retail properties located in the western U.S.  He has over thirty years of experience in the acquisition, operation, development, leasing and management of retail, multi-family, office and mixed use properties.

 

The Village is now being managed by JLL Management (Jones Lang LaSalle IP, Inc.). Former Village General Manager Josh Martin has transferred to the Blue Jay Village which is still owned by Pacific Capital.

At the November 7, 2019 Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) meeting, Lake Arrowhead Village General Manager, Josh Martin, announced during his monthly report that the Village is now in escrow to be sold.

 

The purchase of the Village does not include Blue Jay Village which will remain the property of Pacific Capital. Martin did not disclose the name of the buyer, but did say that they own about a dozen west coast shopping centers.

 

When escrow closes and the sale is complete, Lake Arrowhead News will announce the name of the new owner and any other details of the sale that become available.

LAKE ARROWHEAD VILLAGE 

SOLD UPDATE

 

Caltans District 8 Public and Media Affairs Chief Terri Kasinga has issued the following Press Release regarding the Slope Stabilization project on Highway 173 in Lake Arrowhead:

 

SAN BERNARDINO – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) began preliminary work in advance of a slope stabilization project on State Route 173 (SR 173) between Hospital Road and Cedar Glen Road in Lake Arrowhead. The purpose of the project is to stabilize the slope below SR 173, which is eroded and failing above Lake Arrowhead. The project will realign the roadway, construct a soil nail wall, rebuild the slope below the road, and replace guardrail mounted on a fifteen-foot concrete barrier.

 

The $11.6 million project will begin in spring 2020 and will be complete in fall 2022. Preliminary work was required in advance of the actual beginning of the construction project to remove twenty-five identified trees to make room for the slope repairs. Caltrans Maintenance crews began work this week to expedite the tree removal in advance of the actual project start date to avoid the bird nesting moratorium, which takes place each spring into summer, and to avoid delays to the project start date.

The remainder of the tree removal will be completed the week of January 27. The tree removal work and actual construction project requires lane closures with flagging for the duration of the project, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Caltrans staff have coordinated with the nearby hospital for emergency response.

Know before you go! To stay on top of roadwork in the Inland Empire go to Caltrans District 8 and sign up for commuter alerts. Follow us for the latest information on Facebook and Twitter. To assist in planning your commute, view live traffic conditions using QuickMap and planned lane closures.

For those with sensory disabilities requiring alternate formats (i.e. Braille, large print, sign language interpreter, etc.) and those needing information in a language other than English, please contact Emily Leinen at (909) 383-4631 or TTY 711 by January 31, 2020.

CALTRANS SLOPE STABILIZATION PROJECT ON HIGHWAY 173

The Mountains Community Hospital is asking for support on Ballot Measure H in the March 2, 2020 Election and has issued the following Press Release:

Help keep our hospital forever on March 3, 2020!

 

LAKE ARROWHEAD (November 13, 2019) —Mountains Community Hospital (MCH) will have a ballot measure in the March 3, 2020 election to make the current parcel tax permanent, thus eliminating the significant expense of holding an election every 4 years. In addition, the hospital is asking for an annual increase, tied to the CPI with a 3% cap, to ensure the hospital can keep pace with ever increasing healthcare costs. This means that the first year increase, assuming the full 3%, would be $2.40 cents a year for a homeowner.

 

The community put the current tax into place in 1989 to save the hospital from closure and it has not gone up in 30 years. It is just $40 per year for vacant lots, $80 for homeowners, and $200 for commercial properties.

 

“Last year the hospital had 46,800 patient visits, more than ever before in our 68-year history! Our patient volume is up and we are seeing people with increasingly severe and complex conditions. Our cost to provide essential healthcare services has increased by more than 56% in just the past 10 years, but the tax has not gone up - ever. Approval of this ballot measure will ensure the hospital can continue to meet the needs of our community, today and in the years to come, as well as complete $40-50MM worth of necessary improvements,” says Charlie Harrison, CEO.

 

Can you imagine this community without a hospital, emergency room, health clinics and the many other services MCH provides? The hospital helps attract and retain doctors, medical specialists, pharmacies and other health providers. In addition, the hospital helps support local paramedics in the event of accidents and emergencies by providing an immediately accessible emergency room, open 24/7, as well as an FAA approved heliport. MCH also keeps jobs in our community, maintains property values and strengthens the local economy.

 

In the coming months, you will be hearing more about the March 3, 2020 election and this ballot measure. If you have any questions, please contact Kim McGuire, MCH Foundation Director and Keep Our Hospital Forever Committee Member by calling 909.436.3263.

 

KEEP OUR HOSPITAL FOREVER COMMITTEE

Peter Venturini, Chair • George Tucker, Treasurer • Cyndy Bennett • Vicky Center • Anna Cooper Pat Enterrios • Bob Gladwell • Simone Knepper • Kim McGuire • George Medak • Lewis Murray Cecilia Ponce de Leon • Susie Stuart • Elaine Tipton • Ronalyn Walker

MOUNTAINS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL BALLOT MEASURE H

At the December 14, 2019 Board of Directors Meeting held at the Burnt Mill Beach Clubhouse, the Arrowhead Lake Association board voted unanimously to increase members' fees. Some fees will rise as much as 300%. The 2020 fees and their percentage of increase are listed below.

NEW 2020 FEES

DOCK MEMBERSHIP - $660  (10% INCREASE)

BEACH CLUB MEMBERSHIP - $265  (10% INCREASE)

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP - $100  (43% INCREASE)

POWER BOAT STICKER - $250  (9% INCREASE)

POWER BOAT DAY USE STICKER - $600  (17% INCREASE)

KAYAK - $35  (40% INCREASE)

PADDLE BOARD - $25  (150% INCREASE)

ALA DOCK RENTAL - $4,250  (9% INCREASE)

BOAT OPERATOR’S LICENSE EXISTING RENEWAL - $30  (100% INCREASE)

BOAT OPERATOR’S LICENSE NEW - $60  (300% INCREASE)

GAS FEES - $.75/gallon  (50% INCREASE)

If you have any questions, contact the ALA at 909 337-2595.

ALA MEMBERS FACE FEE INCREASES IN 2020

The Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council held their monthly meeting on Thursday, January 2nd at Fire Station 91. The community was updated on the following subjects of interest:

Announcements:  Chair Scott L Rindenow announced that the Lake Arrowhead MAC and the Crest Forest MAC will hold an important joint community meeting on January 23, 2020 at the San Moritz Lodge in Crestline at 6:30 pm. The meeting was initiated by County Supervisor Janice Rutherford to respond to the community issues related to the recent Thanksgiving and Christmas mountain snow storms. The community will hear from the Department of Emergency Services, Southern California Edison, Caltrans and first responders. This will be an opportunity for residents to ask questions and get answers relating to issues from the recent snow storms.

Chair Rindenow also announced that Council Member Voni Saxbury has resigned from the Council. Rindenow thanked Saxbury for her many years of service on the Council and to the community. Rindenow then introduced newly appointed Council Member Jim Grant.

Special Presentations:  Jordan Zarate, President of the Rim School Board spoke about the School District Bond Measure that will be on the upcoming ballot. The bond will raise $50 million dollars and will be assessed $30 per $100,000 value of your house over the next 30 years. Zarate said that there are 11,000 registered voters. Community meetings will be held with the community to further explain the Bond Issue.

Kim McGuire, Mountains Community Hospital Foundation Director spoke about Bond Measure “H” Parcel tax which will fund the hospitals ongoing operating expenses. Every year, the tax will go up as much as 3%. Measure “H” is set to be a permanent tax in order to eliminate the cost to place it on the ballot every few years. McGuire reported that the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians donated $50,000 towards a 3D Mammography machine for the hospital.

Supervisor’s Report – Lewis Murray:  Murray announced the S.B. County Planning Commission will be holding a meeting on January 23rd at 9:00 am regarding the proposed plans by Church of the Woods to build a new facility. Residents may participate in the hearing locally by going to the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s station/Old Courthouse satellite office which is now outfitted with a video/audio link to the hearing in San Bernardino. Murray also reported that Supervisor Rutherford has requested that Edison hold a special open meeting with the community as soon as possible prior to the Joint MAC Meeting being held on January 23rd at the San Moritz Lodge. Murray spoke about the Town Hall Meeting on December 18th with California State Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara. Lara announced that our mountain communities will be included in a one year moratorium on any cancellations of homeowners insurance. 

S.B. County Sheriff: Lt. Don Lupeer said that the Sheriff’s have issued over 100 citations for illegal parking during the recent snow events. Citations have risen from $13.50 to $150 as a result of community input to the Sheriff and Supervisor Rutherford at the the Lake Arrowhead MAC meetings.

California Highway Patrol: Lt. Mike Salinas reported that the CHP enlisted officers from Los Angeles to help with the December snow events and Chip’s for Kids was a huge success donating gifts to needy children on the mountain.


Cal Fire: It was reported that there has been an increase in Bark Beetle activity in the Crestline and Lake Gregory areas. Cal Fire representatives asked that if you see active beetle infested trees, please call Pilot Rock at 909 338-2812.

Lake Arrowhead Communities Chamber of Commerce: Robin Bull detailed reported that local businesses need local support during this time of the year. Also, the Chamber is soliciting nominations for “Citizen of the Year, Business of the Year and Non-Profit of the Year.” The Annual Meeting of Chamber Membership Business Luncheon will be held January 29, 2020 at 12:00 pm at the UCLA Conference Center. 

Flight Path Update:  David Caine reported that as promised, the flight path was moved away from Lake Arrowhead on December 5th with about 90% compliance. There are still some flights that are being routed over Lake Arrowhead which is being addressed by Caine. Lewis Murray reported that he has contacted the FAA to determine why some flights are still routed over Lake Arrowhead. Anyone hearing planes flying overhead should contact Supervisor Rutherford’s office to lodge a complaint.

Arrowhead Lake Association: Rick Reisenhoffer, Lake Safety Supervisor stated that the DMV's Biennial Boat Registration is due this year if you have a boat on Lake Arrowhead. He reminded boat/dock owners to check their boats and docks during storm events. If owners are unable to do it themselves, they should have someone else check them. 

Next Meeting: The next meeting of the Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council will be on Thursday, February 6, 2020 at 6:00 PM at Fire Station 91 in the Community Conference Room.  Everyone is invited to attend.  The MAC requests that the community email any topics of concern or any comments to lakearrowheadmac@gmail.com.  

LAKE ARROWHEAD MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING:

JANUARY ANNOUNCEMENTS AND COMMUNITY UPDATES

DECEMBER 4, 2019

 

FAA MESSAGE TO ELECTED OFFICIALS, REGARDING JCKIE TWO
 
Good afternoon –
 
On behalf of Raquel Girvin, Regional Administrator, I’m writing to remind you that the FAA plans to publish and start using the JCKIE TWO arrival for Ontario International Airport on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019. We expect to start using the new route in the pre-dawn hours.
 
Aircraft that currently use the JCKIE ONE and the EAGLZ will be assigned to the JCKIE TWO at all times of day. It will provide both nighttime and daytime overflight reduction to the Lake Arrowhead community. The FAA will cancel the EAGLZ arrival route when it publishes the JCKIE TWO.
 
As I believe you know, detailed information about the JCKIE TWO is posted on the FAA’s Ontario Community Involvement website here: https://www.faa.gov/air_traffic/community_involvement/ont/
 
If you have any additional questions about the route, please do not hesitate to call my office at 424-405-7000.
 
Sincerely,
 
Faviola Garcia, Senior Advisor, on behalf of:
 
Raquel Girvin
Regional Administrator, AWP-1
FAA Western-Pacific Region
777 S Aviation Blvd Suite 150
El Segundo, CA 90245
T 424 405 7000
E raquel.girvin@faa.gov

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In a News Release issued on November 6, 2019 from Second District Supervisor Janice Rutherford, it was announced that the FAA will be moving the current flight path over Lake Arrowhead on December 5, 2019

It has been a two year process to convince the FAA to relocate the current flight path which is directly over the highly populated Lake Arrowhead community. 

"It took us a few years to get to this point, but by talking and working with the FAA rather than tying this matter up in the courts, we were able to get this flight path changed sooner rather than later, San Bernardino County Second District Supervisor Janice Rutherford said. "I appreciate residents' patience as the FAA finalized the flight path it promised us earlier this year, and I am also thankful for the support of Senator Dianne Feinstein, Senator Kamala Harris and Congressman Paul Cook provided throughout our discussions with the FAA."

The local community group "Friends of Lake Arrowhead Mountain Communities" (FLAMC) lead by mountain residents David Caine, Mathew Kallis and Anthony St. John, was very active and vocal in the effort to get the message to the FAA that the residents of Lake Arrowhead were greatly effected by the current stream of aircraft flying loud, low and often over our community. 

 

In an effort to ease the ongoing disturbance by the flights over Lake Arrowhead, the FAA did implement a night time restriction on flights that currently remains in effect. The new flight path will be located near the Heaps Peak area similar to the original path used prior to the FAA moving flights directly over Lake Arrowhead.

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL RUTHERFORD NEWS RELEASE

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL FAA DECISION TO MOVE THE FLIGHT PATH

THE FAA MAKES IT OFFICIAL:

THE FLIGHT PATH OVER LAKE ARROWHEAD WILL MOVE ON DECEMBER 5, 2019

UPDATE!

UPDATE

On Wednesday, December 18, 2019, California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara will be meeting with elected officials and invited guests to discuss issues related to rising premiums and cancellations in high fire prone communities of San Bernardino County. There will also be an update regarding the California Fair Plan.

California Commissioner Orders FAIR Plan to Increase Homeowners Coverage Options

California’s property insurer, the California Fair Plan will soon be offering more homeowners coverage options as directed by the state’s insurance commissioner. This is in response to pressure by homeowners throughout the state. These new options are a positive step by the State Department of Insurance to provide some relief to mountain homeowners who find it difficult to obtain insurance for their homes from one provider. 

California Commissioner Ricardo Lara has ordered the California Fair Plan Association to begin offering a comprehensive policy, known as HO-3 coverage, in addition to its current dwelling fire-only coverage by June 1, 2020. The comprehensive plan will include traditional homeowner features, such as coverage for water damage, personal liability and theft.

Lara also ordered the FAIR Plan to increase coverage limits and to offer a no-fee monthly payment plan, as well as allow for policyholders to pay by credit card or electronic funds transfer without any fees. The new payment options should be available to policyholders no later than Feb. 1, 2020, the commissioner’s order states.

Effective April 1, 2020, the FAIR Plan will increase the combined dwelling coverage limit from $1.5 million to $3 million. In many areas where people are forced to turn to the FAIR Plan for coverage, they find the current $1.5 million coverage limit is not enough.  

The California Department of Insurance said the growing lack of availability of homeowners and fire insurance has touched virtually every county in the state and threatens home values, real estate transactions, tax revenues, emergency services, and the integrity of California communities.

In a press release, Lara said he has met with “with thousands of California homeowners across the state who are struggling to find coverage to protect their homes.”

Property owners who have no choice but to use “the FAIR Plan as temporary insurance deserve the same coverage provided by traditional insurers. This crisis requires the FAIR Plan to provide a comprehensive option for Californians who have no other option for homeowners insurance,” he added.

The above changes are in addition to others the FAIR Plan undertook earlier this year. Those operational adjustments include providing more transparency in their meetings and allowing the CDI to participate in those meetings. The FAIR Plan also must obtain the approval of the insurance department prior to disbursing operating profits back to participating insurers.

The FAIR Plan, established under California law, is intended as a temporary solution. However, it is important that its product mirrors traditional coverage as much as possible, according to the CDI.

Many of the affected California homeowners have already been inconvenienced by planned power outages by utilities, mandatory evacuations, and repeated wildfire threats year after year. Requiring these same homeowners to have to piece together multiple policies to achieve full coverage is needlessly burdensome, Lara said.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ORDER BY COMMISSIONER LARA

IMPORTANT INSURANCE NEWS FOR MOUNTAIN HOMEOWNERS

The primary objective of Rim of the World Special Athletes Foundation is to provide a recreational experience that is safe and positive for adaptive individuals. It provides year round activities for adaptive athletes, serving veterans and individuals from our mountain communities and beyond.

Founded by Lake Arrowhead resident Jack Cooperman, Rim Special Athletes are individuals with visual and hearing impairments, amputations, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain Injuries, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Down Syndrome, Autism, as well as many other cognitive and physical disabilities.

At Snow Valley Mountain Resort during the winter Rim Special Athletes provides Adaptive skiing and snowboard lessons, including bi-ski and mono-ski. During the Spring, Summer and Fall we have weekly golf clinics.       Year round we provide yoga.  During the summer Rim Special Athletes’ water sports program includes kayaking, aqua biking, stand up paddle boarding, boating, biking, fishing, hiking and outings.  Our objective is to have the adaptive athletes have fun, learn a new skill, and develop self-confidence from the experience. 


There are many ways you can get involved and help the Rim of the World Special Athletes Foundation:

If you would like to volunteer in any of our programs, we would like to hear from you.   If you are a PSIA instructor certified in adaptive techniques please contact us.

The Rim of the World Special Athletes Foundation is a qualified 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.  Our funding for the specialized equipment and many of the activities comes from donations.  If you would like to be a financial sponsor of the Foundation or would simply like to donate to the foundation, you can go to this link: https://www.givedirect.org/donate/?cid=14108 or send checks payable to:

 

Rim of the World Special Athletes Foundation
PO BOX 1914
Lake Arrowhead, CA  92352

Website:   rimspecialathletes.org

RimSpecialAthletes@gmail.com

Call:  909 336.1535   Fax:  909 582.2800


 

 

RIM OF THE WORLD SPECIAL ATHLETES FOUNDATION 

A MESSAGE FROM CALTRANS DISTRICT 8

There is always the possibility of snow in the mountains.  We want to remind everyone of a few things when you are planning your commute. So listen up!

Do not trespass onto private property. CHP is in close contact with property owners who have been advised to contact Law Enforcement immediately of trespassers. The CHP and San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department will respond in haste to cite or possibly arrest trespassers.

Do not leave your trash, keep our mountains clean! Take what you bring with you or find a trash can and throw it away. Law enforcement will issue you a citation and make you pick up your trash.

Do not park in the roadway or no parking zones. Parking citations will be issued. If you leave your vehicle parked in a roadway, your vehicle will be towed, or pushed by emergency personnel if there is exigency to render aid.

Do not pull over into turnouts to play in the snow. Only play in designated snow play areas. A lot of these turnouts are for emergency situations or where we are setting up chain control. They also assist emergency personnel in getting around traffic to a scene.

Do not ask us if you should bring chains. BRING THEM. It’s winter, and weather can be a little difficult/unpredictable. No matter the vehicle - BRING. YOUR. CHAINS. If chain control is issued, you will be prepared since you have them.

DO NOT try to pass and go around a snow plow. You will not win this battle. You are endangering the lives of our workers, and yourself. We are plowing the roads to help you! Be patient so we can do our jobs and get you to your destination safely.

Anytime you make a trip to the mountains or remote desert areas always bring the following: food, water, cell phone with charger, warm clothing, emergency blankets and first aid kit.

Try not to drive during inclement weather. If you have to drive during that time, make sure you slow down and leave enough space between vehicles.

Use #Quickmap when planning your travels. It can display all sorts of stuff like road conditions, traffic, chain control and more!

Enjoy your travels! Stay dry!

HELPFUL DRIVING TIPS FROM CALTRANS

  • Before you start your journey, check travel conditions using QuickMap.

  • Check tires and wipers to make sure they are in good condition.

  • Have a full tank of gas.

  • Slow down when driving in adverse weather conditions. Reduce your speed when roadways are icy or wet and your sight of distance is affected.

  • Avoid travel during heavy rain or snow events.

  • Never drive impaired! Always designate a driver.

  • Bring chains if you are traveling to the mountain areas. Weather in the mountain areas is often unpredictable. Be smart by having chains in your vehicle in case chain control is issued.

  • Chain installers are available on most mountain routes during chain control. Please, use the Caltrans approved chain installers with authorized bibs for your safety and to protect your vehicle.

  • Never use turnouts or park in the middle of the roadway for snow play. Only park in designated areas and do not trespass on private property.

  • For long trips bring water, warm clothing, blankets, a charged cell phone and charger, medications, snacks and other necessary items.

  • Do not attempt to pass through road closure signs. Never drive through running water or flooded roadways. Remember, turn around, don’t drown.

  • Be a safe and courteous driver. It only adds a few minutes to your travel time and make it a more enjoyable drive for everyone

LINK TO WEATHER FORECAST

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MOUNTAIN WINTER STORM WATCH!

By Mary-Justine Lanyon

 

After the Mountain Jewish Community held a picnic with Our Lady of the Lake last June, one of the MJC members received a hate message on their phone, telling that person that, as a Jew, they should drop dead.  “It brought to mind,” that person said at a recent gathering of the MJC, “that we can live up here and feel somewhat secure but we’re kidding ourselves if we think it’s not there.”

To help folks deal with anti-Semitism and other expressions of hate, the MJC invited Matt Friedman, the senior associate regional director of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of Los Angeles, to address its members at its annual bagel brunch.  “What can you do if you see or hear things that are anti-Semitic, racist or homophobic,” Friedman asked. “That’s the question we get all the time: What do I do?”

The ADL was founded in 1913 in Chicago, Friedman explained. Its mission has been to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment for all. The founders, Friedman said, “understood it couldn’t be just for their own community. It had to be for all people who are discriminated against.”  As the leading anti-hate organization, the ADL has 26 regional offices with its headquarters now in New York City.  “What we do,” Friedman noted, “is protect, educate and investigate.” The organization keeps a tally of hate crimes in a given year.  “People think we are focused on Nazis and neo-Nazis,” Friedman said, “but we are concerned with anyone trying to subvert the democratic process.”

The ADL works closely with law enforcement, training officers on how to recognize a hate crime, how to respond and how to treat a victim.  “We know people are not born hating,” Friedman said. “It’s a learned behavior. It can be unlearned and a person can be inoculated against hate if we get to you early enough.” The ADL does a lot of work with students in kindergarten through 12th grade on accepting differences and being inclusive.  “We fight all sorts of bias: homophobia, anti-trans, racism, sexism, bullying, cyberbullying,” he said. “How do parents and schools deal with those issues? There is still a lot of gray area.”

Friedman gave an overview of recent anti-Semitic events: the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, the Poway incident six months later. “This is the type of thing we are dealing with,” he said. “How people are getting radicalized has changed in the last 20 years.”  In the last few years, he noted, “we have seen an increase in anti-Semitic incidents. Law enforcement,” he added, “focuses on hate crimes. The ADL looks at non-criminal activity.”

In its “Murder and Extremism” report (available on the ADL website, ADL.org), the organization details the number of incidents by year. From 2009 to 2018, right-wing extremists were responsible for 73 percent of the incidents; left-wing, 3 percent; and Islamist extremists, the rest.

White supremacists, Friedman said, have been energized. “They feel like their backs are against the wall and they need to act out. They feel like middle-class whites are victims, an endangered species. They feel white genocide is going on. And they hold Jews responsible for the rising tide of people of color through immigration.”  Why is that? “Because Jews are for diversity, tolerance and increased immigration,” Friedman said. “And so, the white supremacists feel violence is justified to save the white race. They believe a nefarious Jewish cabal is behind it.”

What strategies does Friedman suggest to respond to hate crimes, hate incidents, hate speech, hate found online?  First, contact law enforcement so they can record the incident. Reach out to your elected officials. Connect with the ADL.  When something happens, he said, even if you’re not sure it’s a crime, report it.  Perhaps most importantly, use your voice to speak out against all types of hate. Encourage others to speak out. Use social media, traditional media. Provide educational materials.

The ADL has a lot of resources available to use with children, to help discuss any such incidents with them.  “Use the ADL as a resource,” Friedman said. “My office is your office. We can act as your advocates.”

As for speaking out, Friedman cautioned folks to pause before sending or forwarding something on social media. “Is it a reputable source? Report offensive things you find online to the ADL.”  He recognizes that using your own voice can be tough. “What are your opportunities for intervention? When should you say something? Maybe the person wasn’t thinking. You want to engage in respectful dialogue but need to let people know they have hurt you.”  What the ADL tells children, Friedman said, is to just say “ouch.”

To report an incident to the ADL, go to www.adl.org/reportincident. Those reports go into the ADL’s data base.

These incidents are pervasive, Friedman noted. “It’s not a Jewish issue – it’s a human issue.”

DEALING WITH THE HUMAN ISSUES OF HATE SPEECH

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Lake Arrowhead legend Ralph L Wagner passed August 15, 2019 at age 89.  Wagner was one of the founders of Arrowhead Lake Association in 1974. He was first elected president of ALA in 1975 and was also one of the founders of LACSD in 1978 being elected president of LACSD in 1978. At one time, he served as president of ALA, LACSD, and Lake Arrowhead Property Owners Association (LAPOA) at the same time (1975 - 1979). Over the years, Ralph has served in all of the official positions of ALA, twice as president, and was currently serving on the Board of Directors of ALA and Chair of the Lake Operations and Maintenance Committee.  Wagner was an Officer in the U.S. Navy.


Ralph and his wife, Ianita, are long-time members of both the Lake Arrowhead Water Ski Club and the Lake Arrowhead Yacht Club. Ralph was formerly a member of the Lake Arrowhead Country Club.


He graduated from Stanford University in 1952 with a BSCE, Hydraulics Option. He graduated from the University of Southern California in 1959 with a MSCE, Sanitary Option. Owner of Ralph Wagner Consulting Engineer, Inc., located in Lake Arrowhead since 1977, specializing in consulting engineering services related to water resources, water supply, water quality, wastewater treatment and disposal, hydrology, drainage, and erosion control.

His career accomplishments are impressive and include employment with WED Enterprises, the design arm of Walt   Disney Productions. Ralph was in charge of coordinating, planning and managing all utility and environmental system designs for the Walt Disney World complex in Florida. Recently, he served as a consulting engineer on the redevelopment and restoration of Santa’s Village in Skyforest, CA.

UPDATE:

A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, October 6, 2019 from 2:00 - 5:00 PM at the Burnt Mill Beach Clubhouse.  The community is welcome to attend.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE PICTURES REMEMBERING RALPH WAGNER

 

LAKE ARROWHEAD LEGEND RALPH WAGNER PASSES AWAY AT 89

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CALENDAR

FEBRUARY 1  SATURDAY

POLARROTARY BEAR PLUNGE

LAKE ARROWHEAD RESORT AND SPA BEACH

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

FEBRUARY 4  TUESDAY

GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE MEETING

BLUE JAY MEETING ROOM

8:00 AM – 9:30 AM

FEBRUARY 4  TUESDAY

CONGRESSMAN PAUL COOK MOBILE OFFICE HOURS

28200 HWY 189, SUITE O1-270 | LAKE ARROWHEAD

909 336-1547 | 10:00 AM

FEBRUARY 4  TUESDAY

SENATOR MIKE MORRELL MOBILE OFFICE HOURS

28200 HWY 189, SUITE O1-270 | LAKE ARROWHEAD

909 336-1547 | 11:00 AM 

FEBRUARY 6  THURSDAY

LAKE ARROWHEAD MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL 

   FIRE STATION 91 MEETING ROOM   

EVERYONE IS WELCOME | 6:00 PM

FEBRUARY 11  TUESDAY

BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST NETWORKING MEETING 

   BILL'S VILLAGER | BLUE JAY

 7:30 AM

FEBRUARY 11  TUESDAY

EDISON COMMUNITY MEETING 

   SAN MORITZ LODGE

 6:00 PM

FEBRUARY 25  TUESDAY

LAKE ARROWHEAD COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT

   MEETING OF THE BOARD

27307 HIGHWAY 189, SUITE 104, BLUE JAY

 5:30 PM

MARCH 5  THURSDAY

LAKE ARROWHEAD MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL 

   FIRE STATION 91 MEETING ROOM   

EVERYONE IS WELCOME | 6:00 PM

MARCH 10  TUESDAY

BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST NETWORKING MEETING 

   BILL'S VILLAGER | BLUE JAY

 7:30 AM

APRIL 2  THURSDAY

LAKE ARROWHEAD MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL 

   FIRE STATION 91 MEETING ROOM   

EVERYONE IS WELCOME | 6:00 PM

APRIL 25  SATURDAY

REBUILDING TOGETHER - REBUILDING DAY

909 336-3910

APRIL 25  SATURDAY

ARROWHEAD ARTS ASSOCIATION GOES HAWAIIAN

LAKE ARROWHEAD COUNTRY CLUB

RSVP: ARROWHEADARTSASSOCIATION.ORG

 909 337-4296  |  6:00 - 9:00 PM

 

MAY 16 - 17  SAT - SUN

ROTARY ART AND WINE FESTIVAL

TAVERN BAY BEACH CLUB

10:00 AM

MAY 28 - 31  THU - SUN

LAKE ARROWHEAD FILM FESTIVAL

LAKE ARROWHEAD RESORT AND SPA

JULY 19  SUNDAY

LE GRAND PICNIC

MOUNTAINS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

29101 HOSPITAL ROAD, LAKE ARROWHEAD

5:00 PM – 7:30 PM

SEPTEMBER 12  SATURDAY

BREWFEST

TAVERN BAY BEACH CLUB

12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

SEPTEMBER 19  SATURDAY

CHAMBER HOME TOUR

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

DECEMBER 2  WEDNESDAY

TASTE OF LAKE ARROWHEAD

LAKE ARROWHEAD RESORT & SPA

5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

  

DECEMBER 5  SATURDAY

BLUE JAY HOLIDAY PARADE

BLUE JAY VILLAGE

1:00 PM – 8300 PM

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