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Chair Tim Humphreville Reflects Poorly on Planning Commission

By   /  March 13, 2014  /  Opinion, Yucca Valley  /  5 Comments

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Yucca Valley, Ca.,- Tuesday evening, I attended the 3 hour meeting of the Yucca Valley Planning Commission meeting.  I could count five persons sitting in the audience, two represented the local media and one was from the Marine Base Division G-5. After 2 1/2 hours, I was the only citizen sitting in the audience straining […]

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Yucca Valley Park Photos Speaks Volumes

By   /  August 29, 2013  /  News, Yucca Valley  /  Comments Off

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Yucca Valley, Ca.,- One citizen trying to make a difference in his community has posted a telling photo album on Facebook to expose the disparity of the low income children living and playing in Paradise Valley and of those affluent children living in Sky Harbor. (Essig Park) There is no need for me to add […]

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Needles Man goes on Safari bags Rhino

By   /  May 12, 2013  /  Needles, OHV Issues  /  Comments Off

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On 05/10/13, at 0230 hours, Summers had reported his Rhino stolen from his residence. Later in the morning, Summers went out and began driving around when he noticed his Rhino being driven by a male subject. Summers began following the Rhino and called the Sheriff’s Department. The driver of the Rhino, later identified as Andrew […]

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Another shot across the bow for another Brown Act violation

By   /  May 7, 2013  /  29 Palms, Opinion  /  5 Comments

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I decided to step forward to call for an end to the continued violations of the Open Meetings rules codified in the Ralph M. Brown Act. This Morning, I as a former city council member and an eight year veteran of the Twentynine Palms City Council, lodged a letter to the Twentynine Palms City Council to “Correct […]

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Colorado town considers requiring assault-style weapons in every home

By   /  April 25, 2013  /  News, Survival  /  Comments Off

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The city council of Craig, Colo., a small mountain town that relies on hunting for much of its economic activity, is seriously pondering a citizen’s proposal to mandate that every household have at least one sporting rifle equipped to hold a high-capacity magazine.   Town leaders said such a law would be practically impossible to […]

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Open Letter to Captain Miller

By   /  March 11, 2011  /  Opinion  /  24 Comments

Over the years we’ve managed to get credentialed by The City of Twentynine Palms, Assembly members Cook and Conway’s Offices, the Board of Supervisors, State Senators Dutton and Fuller, Both US Senators Feinstein and Boxer,  The Base PAO and about 20 other government agencies, including the main Public Affairs office of the San Bernardino Sheriffs […]

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29 Palms RDA Not Much To Show For The Dough

By   /  February 14, 2011  /  News  /  6 Comments

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In 1945 the California Community Redevelopment act was enacted to help cities fight urban blight and in 1951 Tax Increment Funding was enacted to help cities raise funds to match the federal funds. Its purpose was to make the Redevelopment Agencies (RDA) self-funding. In 1975, another law the “set aside” law required RDAs to set […]

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Johnson Valley: Inadequate military boundary signs near live fire take advantage of OHV families

By   /  February 8, 2011  /  News  /  Comments Off

“Signage is not too much to ask for especially when live fire activities are planned for the area.” Last Friday I sat as an observer in federal court and watched 38 persons plead guilty to trespassing on government property even though there was inadequate signage to assist in identifying the boundary of said restricted land. […]

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Marine Base Trespass = Justice at Black Rock

By   /  February 7, 2011  /  News  /  2 Comments

Was it a “Bad day at Black Rock”? Well’ that depends on who you are. For me, it was enlightening! I have lived just down the road from Black Rock Canyon (AKA Yogi Bear Park) for some thirty years and although I occasionally take visiting relatives up there I had no idea the little visitor’s […]

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Ruling on Injunctions is a plus for ORV Crowd too

By   /  January 27, 2011  /  OHV Issues  /  Comments Off

The Off Road Community now has the opportunity with the below ruling and last weeks rulings to make a real dent in the Radical Environmental Agenda. We now have the tools to stop Phil Klasky in the Arena that is has heretofore the environmentalist have had a clear biased advantage. Appeals Court Rejects U.S. Request […]

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Cole moves to maintain Sanity

By   /  January 25, 2011  /  29 Palms, News  /  Comments Off

Twentynine Palms, Ca— In a gutsy move Mayor Pro-Tem John Cole has scheduled to place a question on the table tonight, that the City Council review the procedures for placing an item on the agenda. The current practice is that any Council member may request an item be placed on a future agenda with the […]

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Martin thought he got away with it.

By   /  January 24, 2011  /  News, Riverside Co  /  Comments Off

On Saturday January 22, 2011, at about 10:00 PM, an officer from the Coachella Police Department was driving in a marked unit equipped with an Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) near Grapefruit Blvd. and Avenue 52. This device can scan the license plates of vehicles and compare them automatically to wanted vehicle databases. The ALPR […]

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Score one for the good guys: AB962 Ruled Unconstitutional!!!!!

By   /  January 19, 2011  /  News, Survival  /  1 Comment

Fresno Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Hamilton ruled that AB 962 the California Ammo sales law is unconstitutional. NRA / CRPAF LAWSUIT IVALIDATES AB 962 In a dramatic ruling giving gun owners a win in an National Rifle Association / California Rifle and Pistol (CRPA) Foundation lawsuit, this morning Fresno Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Hamilton ruled […]

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Selling Paint to Minors

By   /  January 19, 2011  /  29 Palms, General Posts, San Bernardino Co, Yucca Valley  /  Comments Off

Over the past year, the number of vandalism and tagging calls responded to by sheriff’s deputies has increased dramatically throughout the Morongo Basin. Arrests have been made in many of these cases and, through an investigation, deputies have determined that some juvenile suspects have purchased the aerosol paints used in their crimes. The San Bernardino […]

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