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Regarding: “Calimesa hears opposition to Gateway project again, but takes no action,” News-Mirror, March 21, building a huge industrial warehouse a mile or less from Sharondale, Rancho Calimesa and Plantation on the Lake is like putting a topless bar next door to a church. It doesn't belong there.
I couldn’t agree more with David Long “Attention residents of the North Bench,” in the March 21 edition – the only change I would have made would have been to add “more than” before “somewhat inconsistent.”
I find it odd that I have never read a comment about some of the things I have noticed going on for years around Yucaipa — the biggest being the seasonal activities, carnivals and casino nights a local church puts on all throughout the year.
Let me share with you the town I grew up in. It was a small sleepy town with no stoplights, a mix of dirt roads and paved and a small area that we called uptown.
As a concerned grandparent of a Chapman Heights Elementary School student, I am very concerned for the safety of my granddaughter as I drop her off at school each morning due to the chaos caused in what is supposed to be a drive up/drop off area in front of the school.
When I vote for someone I am hoping to send to City Hall, Sacramento, or even Washington I have “checkpointed,” their experience, their character, their work ethic and a myriad of others.
I have written about healthcare issues and tried to encourage everyone to take issues to their assemblyman and congressman.
The city of Yucaipa has called a meeting on March 25, at 7 p.m. at the Yucaipa Community Center on Oak Glen Road to consider rezoning chicken ranches on the North Bench from one-acre lot size, to half-acre lot size.
I just wanted to publicly say thank you to Mr. Rick Mowbray for coming to the rescue of an unfortunate young crow that became entangled in a kite string at the top of my 50-foot tree.
I find it hard to believe (not completely, though) ... just like Lonnie Granlund and ex-Assemblyman Brett and Bruce still believe that all 55,000+ residents still want a Home Depot and WalMart to replace the Live Oak Tree Farm/Pumpkin Patch "down in the Dunlap."
Natalie Palmer, staff Reporter for the News Mirror, did an excellent job of transcribing the Candidates’ Forum held March 5 at the Norton Younglove Senior Center in Calimesa.
The Yucaipa Valley American Little League would like to say thank you to all the parents, players, sponsors and endless volunteers for their support for the YVALL Annual Pancake Breakfast.
The U.S. Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force and South Vietnamese troops fought North Vietnam, after which the United States withdrew and North Vietnam subjugated South Vietnam.
Meridian Land Development Company is requesting the city’s General Plan be amended to allow one-half acre sites to develop the Casa Blanca Ranch property.
My question: How to get Yucaipa City Council to sway Yucaipa Valley’s growth in a favorable way to open space.