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A couple of years ago my son and I were temporary displaced and staying with friends in Yucaipa. There came a point when that situation fell through, and we were literally on the streets. We were in Yucaipa for just a few weeks before we moved into our new home, but those weeks in Yucaipa were some of the worst weeks of our life.
The city of Calimesa will be deliberating the issue of warehouses at its next City Council meeting on Monday Oct. 5.
On the evening of Saturday, Sept. 12, the Yucaipa Community Center was a testimony of the passion and dedication our home town shares for promoting and supporting talents and creativity of its own residents.
What a terrific turnout and great participation at the Justin Dunn Mustang Horsemanship fundraiser to benefit the Dottie Potter arena cover that was help at our area on Sept. 19-20.
Many thanks to the kind gentleman at Stater Bros. store #23’s checkout stand #1 who paid for my last item on Sept. 22.
My name is Dana Chavez. I am seven years old and a part of Brownie Troop #2114 in Yucaipa.
This note is in response to the letter to the editor stating that “Yucaipa Valley Water District has made that elite group of water wasters…”
Chris Daly referred to my Letter of Aug. 21 in his letter dated Sept. 18.
For months, Calimesa citizens have asked the council for restrictions on the size of warehouses proposed for their city. Last week, they packed the council chambers to show overwhelming support for the proposal to cap the size at 100,000 sq. ft. to prevent mega-warehouses of a million sq. ft. or more.
You (Councilman Hyatt) powered over Councilman Ella Zanowic again and blocked the vote for I believe the third time on the zone text amendment regarding warehouse developments in our beautiful community.
With the closing of the Paradise Restaurant (near the Yucaipa Boulevard Stater Bros.) a neighborhood era of Yucaipa closed also.
While Donald Trump is an egocentric parasite and bully, Tom Powell along with Rush Limbaugh and the other “experts” are wrong if they think it only “low information voters” sustaining him.
The State Water Resources Control Board is targeting only the largest abusers of water in the state.
Former closed Calimesa branch of Citibank employees Mia and Deseret are back with Citibank — now at Yucaipa.
Bravo! Mr. Jeff Hewitt from Calimesa.