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HVCC THIS MONDAY!
Guest comments are always first on the agenda at the monthly public meetings of the Homestead Valley Community Council (HVCC).

Make your voice heard on any County, State, or Federal issue affecting the Homestead Valley communities of Landers, Johnson Valley, Yucca Mesa, and Flamingo Heights.

Hear from Fire and Sheriff’s Department officials…hear about developments in the HVCC/Lucerne Valley campaign against the controversial commercial “campsites” sprouting up in our communities zoned for Rural Living!

The date is this Monday, January 16th, starting at 3:00 p.m. in Landers Belfield Hall, at 58380 Reche Road.
Everyone welcome!

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DUESDUE
• Reminder: January 31st is the due date for your membership dues for the Johnson Valley Improvement Association, still only 15.00 annually (plus 3.00 if you wish to subscribe to the Johnson Valley Journal in the mail.)

Find a Membership Application attached below, to print and mail with your check.
Or, pick up one in the lobby of the Community Center when you come for Saturday Breakfast, 7:30-10:30 a.m.
Or, mail the Application form and pay dues by secure credit card online at johnsonvalley.com.

 

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ULTRA4TV + KING OF THE MOTOS
• Dave Cole announced, “For the 2023 season, Ultra4 TV will be FREE. That’s right. FREE. If you subscribed before, your subscription will renew, but it will renew at no charge to you.

 

“It’s our way of saying “thank you for your support” and to be able to show you what we can do going forward. You may get an email saying your subscription is renewed, but it’s at $0.

“Ultra4 TV is also now a part of American Outdoor Events, and we look forward to bringing you live Ultra4 USA and MAO Racing events, original programming, exclusive behind-the-scenes and team content, podcasts, interviews with industry leaders, and an expanded “Race Universe” that includes all the events from MidAmerica Outdoors. It’s going to be a very exciting year!

“(Did you know you can add the “Ultra4 TV” channel to your smart TV!  That’s right, go to the channels, search for “Ultra4 TV” and then add it. It’s that easy. All the benefits of streaming on your big TV while kicking back in your comfy chair!)”

King of the Motos makes a return to the lakebed in 2023! This year’s King of the Motos may be the most impressive US Enduro to date! Partnering with the US Hard Enduro to be the first stop on the 2023 schedule, riders are in for a wild course, and spectators, get ready for a fantastic show!

Johnson Valley’s own Justin Leineweber has plotted this year’s race in the rocks and desert of the Hammers trails.
It has a weekend to itself – January 27-29.

FRI Jan 27 King of the Motos
Tech Inspection: Noon-5:00 pm
King of the Motos
Drivers Meeting
SAT Jan 28 KOM Tech Inspection: 7:00 am
KOM Qualifying: 1:00 pm
KOM Race One: 1:00 pm
SUN JAN 29 KOM Race Two: 9:00 am
KOM Awards: 5:00 pm

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OPERATION CONSEQUENCES
• The good news: Our sheriff’s Operation Consequences team-up with federal agents and the California Highway Patrol seized hundreds of guns and tens of millions of dollars worth of drugs from the High Desert and San Bernardino city area in three months! These ramped-up raids and street enforcement are set to continue in the new year.

 

According to a Daily Press analysis of public sheriff’s disclosures, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department-led “Operation Consequences” logged at least 373 gun seizures – including 100 so-called “ghost guns,” meaning a legally-required serial number has been scratched off or doesn’t exist to be effectively untraceable – and 347 arrests from Oct. 1 to Dec. 30.

Working in Victorville, San Bernardino, and surrounding communities, several federal, state and county agencies joined the effort, including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Investigations arm, the state CHP, the San Bernardino County Probation Department, and San Bernardino’s city PD.
They joined the sheriff’s Gangs-Narcotics Division, specialized SWAT teams and multiple patrol stations in aspects of the sweeping operation.
During a series of raids in Victorville, San Bernardino, Lucerne Valley, Fontana, Yucaipa, and Norco between Dec. 3 and Dec. 9, the sheriff’s Consequences teams seized more than 32 pounds of methamphetamine, two pounds of cocaine, and 1.42 pounds of fentanyl-laced oxycodone pills, according to the periodic public disclosures.
Bravo! Encore!

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FREQUENTLY ANSWERED QUESTIONS
To new readers: this JV NEWS e-mails every week or two, expanding on items published in the neighborhood column in the Hi-Desert Star. Other notices of particular interest to Johnson Valley residents and property owners also circulate to this list.
If you do not wish to receive these notices, just reply and tell me to remove your name.

JVIA ADDRESS & DIRECTIONS:
The mailing address is:

JVIA
50567A Quailbush Rd.
Johnson Valley CA 92285

Directions to the Community Center:

From Hwy 247, between mile markers 21 and 22, turn onto Larrea Road at the big red highway sign and go 1-3/4 miles to Quailbush Rd. The Community Center is on your left at the corner.

The Paul Van Hook Desert Dreams Garden is next to the parking area, open to all, free of charge.

Please keep dogs and kids away from the garden railway – thanks!

  • HVCC: The monthly meetings of the Homestead Valley Community Council give you a wealth of information from our County Supervisor’s office, the Fire Department, CalFire and the Sheriff’s Department, the Marine Base, and other representatives from county, state, and federal authorities.

    The Johnson Valley Improvement Association is one of the four associations in unincorporated communities which established this grassroots organization. Information is circulated among our members and other JV residents and property owners. Citizens present issues in the meetings, the Council follows up with them wherever we see the need.

    Plan to come to HVCC meetings at 3:00 p.m. on the third Monday of each month. The location rotates around the four Community Centers; it’s Johnson Valley in February, June, and October.

    The next meeting is in Landers Belfield Hall, 58380 Reche Rd. this Monday, January 16th.

    See Newsletters, HVCC Actions, and Comments, as well as meeting agendas on http://hvcc.com
    See scenic highway documents and the Visual Assessment on the website-in-progress www.scenichighway247.com

 

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HVCC THIS MONDAY!
Guest comments are always first on the agenda at the monthly public meetings of the Homestead Valley Community Council (HVCC).

Make your voice heard on any County, State, or Federal issue affecting the Homestead Valley communities of Landers, Johnson Valley, Yucca Mesa, and Flamingo Heights.

Hear from Fire and Sheriff’s Department officials…hear about developments in the HVCC/Lucerne Valley campaign against the controversial commercial “campsites” sprouting up in our communities zoned for Rural Living!

The date is this Monday, January 16th, starting at 3:00 p.m. in Landers Belfield Hall, at 58380 Reche Road.
Everyone welcome!

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
DUESDUE
• Reminder: January 31st is the due date for your membership dues for the Johnson Valley Improvement Association, still only 15.00 annually (plus 3.00 if you wish to subscribe to the Johnson Valley Journal in the mail.)

Find a Membership Application attached below, to print and mail with your check.
Or, pick up one in the lobby of the Community Center when you come for Saturday Breakfast, 7:30-10:30 a.m.
Or, mail the Application form and pay dues by secure credit card online at johnsonvalley.com.

MEMBERSHIP FORM 2023

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ULTRA4TV + KING OF THE MOTOS
• Dave Cole announced, “For the 2023 season, Ultra4 TV will be FREE. That’s right. FREE. If you subscribed before, your subscription will renew, but it will renew at no charge to you.

 

“It’s our way of saying “thank you for your support” and to be able to show you what we can do going forward. You may get an email saying your subscription is renewed, but it’s at $0.

“Ultra4 TV is also now a part of American Outdoor Events, and we look forward to bringing you live Ultra4 USA and MAO Racing events, original programming, exclusive behind-the-scenes and team content, podcasts, interviews with industry leaders, and an expanded “Race Universe” that includes all the events from MidAmerica Outdoors. It’s going to be a very exciting year!

“(Did you know you can add the “Ultra4 TV” channel to your smart TV!  That’s right, go to the channels, search for “Ultra4 TV” and then add it. It’s that easy. All the benefits of streaming on your big TV while kicking back in your comfy chair!)”

King of the Motos makes a return to the lakebed in 2023! This year’s King of the Motos may be the most impressive US Enduro to date! Partnering with the US Hard Enduro to be the first stop on the 2023 schedule, riders are in for a wild course, and spectators, get ready for a fantastic show!

Johnson Valley’s own Justin Leineweber has plotted this year’s race in the rocks and desert of the Hammers trails.
It has a weekend to itself – January 27-29.

FRI Jan 27 King of the Motos
Tech Inspection: Noon-5:00 pm
King of the Motos
Drivers Meeting
SAT Jan 28 KOM Tech Inspection: 7:00 am
KOM Qualifying: 1:00 pm
KOM Race One: 1:00 pm
SUN JAN 29 KOM Race Two: 9:00 am
KOM Awards: 5:00 pm

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
OPERATION CONSEQUENCES
• The good news: Our sheriff’s Operation Consequences team-up with federal agents and the California Highway Patrol seized hundreds of guns and tens of millions of dollars worth of drugs from the High Desert and San Bernardino city area in three months! These ramped-up raids and street enforcement are set to continue in the new year.

 

According to a Daily Press analysis of public sheriff’s disclosures, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department-led “Operation Consequences” logged at least 373 gun seizures – including 100 so-called “ghost guns,” meaning a legally-required serial number has been scratched off or doesn’t exist to be effectively untraceable – and 347 arrests from Oct. 1 to Dec. 30.

Working in Victorville, San Bernardino, and surrounding communities, several federal, state and county agencies joined the effort, including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Investigations arm, the state CHP, the San Bernardino County Probation Department, and San Bernardino’s city PD.
They joined the sheriff’s Gangs-Narcotics Division, specialized SWAT teams and multiple patrol stations in aspects of the sweeping operation.
During a series of raids in Victorville, San Bernardino, Lucerne Valley, Fontana, Yucaipa, and Norco between Dec. 3 and Dec. 9, the sheriff’s Consequences teams seized more than 32 pounds of methamphetamine, two pounds of cocaine, and 1.42 pounds of fentanyl-laced oxycodone pills, according to the periodic public disclosures.
Bravo! Encore!

????????????????????????????????????????????
FREQUENTLY ANSWERED QUESTIONS
To new readers: this JV NEWS e-mails every week or two, expanding on items published in the neighborhood column in the Hi-Desert Star. Other notices of particular interest to Johnson Valley residents and property owners also circulate to this list.
If you do not wish to receive these notices, just reply and tell me to remove your name.

JVIA ADDRESS & DIRECTIONS:
The mailing address is:

JVIA
50567A Quailbush Rd.
Johnson Valley CA 92285

Directions to the Community Center:

From Hwy 247, between mile markers 21 and 22, turn onto Larrea Road at the big red highway sign and go 1-3/4 miles to Quailbush Rd. The Community Center is on your left at the corner.

The Paul Van Hook Desert Dreams Garden is next to the parking area, open to all, free of charge.

Please keep dogs and kids away from the garden railway – thanks!

  • HVCC: The monthly meetings of the Homestead Valley Community Council give you a wealth of information from our County Supervisor’s office, the Fire Department, CalFire and the Sheriff’s Department, the Marine Base, and other representatives from county, state, and federal authorities.

    The Johnson Valley Improvement Association is one of the four associations in unincorporated communities which established this grassroots organization. Information is circulated among our members and other JV residents and property owners. Citizens present issues in the meetings, the Council follows up with them wherever we see the need.

    Plan to come to HVCC meetings at 3:00 p.m. on the third Monday of each month. The location rotates around the four Community Centers; it’s Johnson Valley in February, June, and October.

    The next meeting is in Landers Belfield Hall, 58380 Reche Rd. this Monday, January 16th.

    See Newsletters, HVCC Actions, and Comments, as well as meeting agendas on http://hvcc.com
    See scenic highway documents and the Visual Assessment on the website-in-progress www.scenichighway247.com

 

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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ULTRA4TV + KING OF THE MOTOS
• Dave Cole announced, “For the 2023 season, Ultra4 TV will be FREE. That’s right. FREE. If you subscribed before, your subscription will renew, but it will renew at no charge to you.

 

“It’s our way of saying “thank you for your support” and to be able to show you what we can do going forward. You may get an email saying your subscription is renewed, but it’s at $0.

“Ultra4 TV is also now a part of American Outdoor Events, and we look forward to bringing you live Ultra4 USA and MAO Racing events, original programming, exclusive behind-the-scenes and team content, podcasts, interviews with industry leaders, and an expanded “Race Universe” that includes all the events from MidAmerica Outdoors. It’s going to be a very exciting year!

“(Did you know you can add the “Ultra4 TV” channel to your smart TV!  That’s right, go to the channels, search for “Ultra4 TV” and then add it. It’s that easy. All the benefits of streaming on your big TV while kicking back in your comfy chair!)”

King of the Motos makes a return to the lakebed in 2023! This year’s King of the Motos may be the most impressive US Enduro to date! Partnering with the US Hard Enduro to be the first stop on the 2023 schedule, riders are in for a wild course, and spectators, get ready for a fantastic show!

Johnson Valley’s own Justin Leineweber has plotted this year’s race in the rocks and desert of the Hammers trails.
It has a weekend to itself – January 27-29.

FRI Jan 27 King of the Motos
Tech Inspection: Noon-5:00 pm
King of the Motos
Drivers Meeting
SAT Jan 28 KOM Tech Inspection: 7:00 am
KOM Qualifying: 1:00 pm
KOM Race One: 1:00 pm
SUN JAN 29 KOM Race Two: 9:00 am
KOM Awards: 5:00 pm

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
OPERATION CONSEQUENCES
• The good news: Our sheriff’s Operation Consequences team-up with federal agents and the California Highway Patrol seized hundreds of guns and tens of millions of dollars worth of drugs from the High Desert and San Bernardino city area in three months! These ramped-up raids and street enforcement are set to continue in the new year.

 

According to a Daily Press analysis of public sheriff’s disclosures, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department-led “Operation Consequences” logged at least 373 gun seizures – including 100 so-called “ghost guns,” meaning a legally-required serial number has been scratched off or doesn’t exist to be effectively untraceable – and 347 arrests from Oct. 1 to Dec. 30.

Working in Victorville, San Bernardino, and surrounding communities, several federal, state and county agencies joined the effort, including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Investigations arm, the state CHP, the San Bernardino County Probation Department, and San Bernardino’s city PD.
They joined the sheriff’s Gangs-Narcotics Division, specialized SWAT teams and multiple patrol stations in aspects of the sweeping operation.
During a series of raids in Victorville, San Bernardino, Lucerne Valley, Fontana, Yucaipa, and Norco between Dec. 3 and Dec. 9, the sheriff’s Consequences teams seized more than 32 pounds of methamphetamine, two pounds of cocaine, and 1.42 pounds of fentanyl-laced oxycodone pills, according to the periodic public disclosures.
Bravo! Encore!

????????????????????????????????????????????
FREQUENTLY ANSWERED QUESTIONS
To new readers: this JV NEWS e-mails every week or two, expanding on items published in the neighborhood column in the Hi-Desert Star. Other notices of particular interest to Johnson Valley residents and property owners also circulate to this list.
If you do not wish to receive these notices, just reply and tell me to remove your name.

JVIA ADDRESS & DIRECTIONS:
The mailing address is:

JVIA
50567A Quailbush Rd.
Johnson Valley CA 92285

Directions to the Community Center:

From Hwy 247, between mile markers 21 and 22, turn onto Larrea Road at the big red highway sign and go 1-3/4 miles to Quailbush Rd. The Community Center is on your left at the corner.

The Paul Van Hook Desert Dreams Garden is next to the parking area, open to all, free of charge.

Please keep dogs and kids away from the garden railway – thanks!

  • HVCC: The monthly meetings of the Homestead Valley Community Council give you a wealth of information from our County Supervisor’s office, the Fire Department, CalFire and the Sheriff’s Department, the Marine Base, and other representatives from county, state, and federal authorities.

    The Johnson Valley Improvement Association is one of the four associations in unincorporated communities which established this grassroots organization. Information is circulated among our members and other JV residents and property owners. Citizens present issues in the meetings, the Council follows up with them wherever we see the need.

    Plan to come to HVCC meetings at 3:00 p.m. on the third Monday of each month. The location rotates around the four Community Centers; it’s Johnson Valley in February, June, and October.

    The next meeting is in Landers Belfield Hall, 58380 Reche Rd. this Monday, January 16th.

    See Newsletters, HVCC Actions, and Comments, as well as meeting agendas on http://hvcc.com
    See scenic highway documents and the Visual Assessment on the website-in-progress www.scenichighway247.com

 

MEMBERSHIP FORM 2023

 

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c/o Ship-It-Shop
51720 Hacienda Rd.
Johnson Valley CA 92285

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Betty Munson c/o Ship-It-Shop 51720 Hacienda Rd. Johnson Valley CA 92285

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