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Mitzelfelt Partners with Hesperia to Build New Fire Station

Mitzelfelt Partners with Hesperia to Build New Fire Station

Brad Mitzelfelt

HESPERIA – First District Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt today announced that the County of San Bernardino will contribute $3.5 million to the City of Hesperia toward construction of a new fire station in southwest Hesperia. A formal agreement will be considered by the Hesperia City Council tonight and will later come before the County Board of Supervisors for final approval.

The "joint-use" station, which will be the first of its kind in the High Desert, will be shared by Hesperia Fire Protection District County firefighters as well as County firefighters serving the unincorporated Oak Hills area. The fire station will be owned by the city, and the county will pay $1 per year for 25 years to lease a portion of the station from the city for to serve unincorporated areas.

Report of Serious Injury Accident In Phelan On Friday

Report of Serious Injury Accident In Phelan On Friday

Looking West On Phelan Road

(Best Syndication) There was a serious injury accent in the Phelan Community. California Highway Patrol (CHP) officer Jeffrey Perez made this report to Best Syndication.

DATE = August 10, 2007
TIME = 1:25 PM
LOCATION = PHELAN ROAD WEST OF SHEEP CREEK ROAD
WEATHER = CALM, WARM, AND DRY

PERSONS INVOLVED:

1) ERIK DIAZ, 27, HESPERIA, CA DRIVING A 1998 TOYOTA TACOMA. DRIVER
SUSTAINED MAJOR INJURIES, TRANSPORTED TO LOMA LINDA MEDICAL CENTER,
SERIOUS CONDITION.

2) ALLEN KLEIN, 62, LANCASTER, CA, DRIVING A 2001 FREIGHTLINER.
DRIVER SUSTAINED MINOR INJURIES, NOT TRANSPORTED TO ANY HOSPITAL.

Lucerne Valley Water Problems – CHP Asked To Enforce Commercial Vehicle Codes By California Department of Health

Lucerne Valley Water Problems – CHP Asked To Enforce Commercial Vehicle Codes By California Department of Health

Melanie Weaver

(Best Syndication) California Highway Patrol (CHP) officer Melanie Weaver visited the Phelan Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) on Thursday night to explain what happened in Lucerne Valley to the water delivery system. She said the CHP got a call from the California Department of Health at the end of July. The CHP was asked to send some officers to Lucerne Valley to implement some commercial vehicle enforcement on the 1st 2nd and 3rd of August.

The CHP sent a “grand total” of two officers on the 1st and 3rd for a couple hours each day. Weaver said that the officers assigned to the Lucerne Valley for those days wrote a “whopping” three citations for commercial code violations. They did impound two vehicles. One of the drivers did not have a license, and the other had “some gross” mechanical violations.

Small Business Start Up Loan Opens Door To Corona Pizza Restaurant

Small Business Start Up Loan Opens Door To Corona Pizza Restaurant

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Small business start up loan using unsecured business lines of credit allowed Corona California man to open pizza restaurant after being laid off from mortgage industry.

The breeze from one door closing always opens up another. The door that opened up for Erik Phillips was one to a pizza restaurant.

Phillips had spent three years in the mortgage industry. In the past few months, thousands of workers in the mortgage industry have had their lives turned upside down.

“I was looking at an uncertain future and began thinking about other career opportunities,” states Phillips.

New Library For Phelan And Pinon Hills – Friends of The Library and Summer Reading Program Popular – Building Needed For Lease

New Library For Phelan And Pinon Hills – Friends of The Library and Summer Reading Program Popular – Building Needed For Lease

Current Library At High School

(Best Syndication) The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors approved a plan to build a new library for Phelan and Pinon Hills. The current library is located at the Serrano High School on Sheep Creek Road east of Nielson Road.

It became evident that a new library was needed when new books came in this year and there was no room to add them. The 2nd District County Supervisor, Brad Mitzelfelt said “I believe the Phelan and Piñon Hills area deserves its own library and I hope to finally make that a reality,”

The new location for the library has not been determined yet. The county is seeking approximately 8,400 square feet of building space with room for about 45 parking stalls. Either a new building or an existing building would be acceptable.

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