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Up to $115,000 available to first time home buyers for Hesperia real estate

Up to $115,000 available to first time home buyers for Hesperia real estate

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“First time home buyers of Hesperia CA real estate may qualify for downpayment assistance up to $115,000. Those who have not owned a home in the past three years may qualify too,” states Greg Rowney, downpayment assistance specialist with T.N.T. Lending.

T.N.T. Lending, based in Rancho Cucamonga California, offers a full range of mortgage services including first time home buyer programs offering downpayment assistance.

“More and more California cities are offering downpayment assistance and Hesperia is one of them. The City of Hesperia First-Time Homebuyer Downpayment Assistance Program (DAP) is specifically designed to help those with lower incomes become real estate owners.”

Phelan May MAC Meeting – Video about the closure of Highway 138 – Local Redevelopment District On Hold Due To State Law Change

Phelan May MAC Meeting – Video about the closure of Highway 138 – Local Redevelopment District On Hold Due To State Law Change

Phelan MAC Meeting

(Best Syndication) There were some questions brought up concerning the closure of Highway 138 at the May Phelan Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) meeting. Michael Orme, representative to Country Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt, tried to answer some of the questions since Dennis Green of Caltrans was not present.

Michael Orme said that the contractor asked to shut down HWY 138 because of incidents that occurred last summer during the closure. Two flagmen were intentionally hit by impatient drivers. The contractor said that the employee’s lives were at risk. Many of the original contractors did not want to bid on the project because of the escort problem, according to MAC member Jon Perry.

Brad Mitzelfelt To Meet Victor Valley Residents In Oak Hills Baldy Mesa Area Monday – Meeting 6PM At Elementary School

Brad Mitzelfelt To Meet Victor Valley Resident In Oak Hills Baldy Mesa Area Monday – Meeting 6PM At Elementary School

Brad Mitzelfelt

(Best Syndication) High desert residents can ask County Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt questions at the Baldy Mesa Elementary School in Baldy Mesa on Monday night. This is an opportunity for Victor Valley residents to ask the supervisor questions.

The meeting will be hosted by the Oak Hills Property Owners Association (OHPOA). The association has distributed more than 2,000 fliers for the event. The OHPOA is a non-profit organization comprised of local residents who are concerned with the rapid growth within the Oak Hills Planning Area.

Water Bills Expected To Increase 6 Percent – Board Recommends Increase In Rates – Cost of Water Meters and Connections Rise

Water Bills Expected To Increase 6 Percent – Board Recommends Increase In Rates – Cost of Water Meters and Connections Rise

Booker At Meeting

(Best Syndication) A representative from the County of San Bernardino Special District’s Department came to the May 9th Zone L water board meeting to present a proposed 6% increase in the water rates. In a previous meeting Budget / Fiscal Division Manager Randy Booker proposed the 6 percent increase and now he was back Wednesday for a presentation.

Randy said that he “built” the budget which is now going through the review process of the county administrative officer. Although the County Board of Supervisors will vote on the proposed increase, the Water Board can submit their recommendation. The vote was 3 to one 1 in favor of the increase.

Shots Fired Near Pinon Hills Elementary School Prompts Officials To Lock Down Campus – Police Helicopters Search Area

Shots Fired Near Pinon Hills Elementary School Prompts Officials To Lock Down Campus – Police Helicopters Search Area

Pinon Hills Elementary School

(Best Syndication) Teachers heard gunshots at the Pinon Hills Elementary School prompting the administration to call all students into their classes and the cafeteria. Some of the students were outside playing while others were already in class when the “lock-down’ occurred. All of the students had to remain indoors until police deemed it safe to exit.

The shots came from the southwest direction, but school officials were not certain how far away the gunman was. The gunshots were heard around 2:05pm. One of the instructors, Mr. Thatcher, said that there were 2 police helicopters in the air, 2 or 3 school police, and 4 sheriffs on scene.

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