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Debunking Councilman Harris & Gary Daignault’s double-speak Project Phoenix Dupery

By   /  April 11, 2014  /  Opinion  /  No Comments

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Updated today @ 5:46 p.m. I refuse to be a verbal punching bag for [Daigneault's] twisted, infantile ego maniac narcissistic personality.” — Ron Brault, President of the 29 Palms Pistol & Rifle Club >>Link. On April 11, 2014, Up Close this morning Harris called in to promote Project Phoenix (hereinafter “PP”).  Well… they’re at it again. […]

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Happy Anniversary City Hall: Illegal Misconduct, Dirty Hands and Sham Litigation

By   /  January 26, 2014  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms, Feature  /  1 Comment

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Twentynine Palms – One year. It’s been one year  today. February 26 is the anniversary of the day an apple-polishing city council unanimously authorized its self-serving, bad legal advise  bond counsel  attorney to file litigation against the County of San Bernardino and the California Department of Finance to move forward with the expenditure of the […]

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Open Letter to San Bernardino County Fire and Board of Supervisors

By   /  January 16, 2014  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms, Feature  /  Comments Off

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Twentynine Palms – Is 29 Palms safer today, than it was yesterday? Yes. This is welcome news for the entire city of residents; businesses; its 30 or so churches; the Tortoise Rock Casino (soon to open); developers; builders; public schools in 29; parents; investors; In-keepers; travelers and visitors to our wonderful remote desert paradise. We […]

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29 Palms Council Agenda, two issues just don’t add up

By   /  January 11, 2014  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms, Feature  /  2 Comments

Twentynine Palms City Council, from left: Jay Corbin, Joel Klink, Jim Harris, Cora Heiser, and dan Mintz.

  Two issues on the Staff Report and the City Council Agenda for Tuesday, January 14, 2014, that just doesn’t make any sense: (1) The League of California Cities wants 29 Palms taxpayers pay an additional surcharge, in addition to costly yearly membership fees, to help fund the League’s redevelopment litigation against the state; and […]

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Twentynine Palms drawsback from public safety

By   /  January 8, 2014  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms, Feature, Project Phoenix  /  Comments Off

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The least the city could do is offer assurances that public safety is a priority. Twentynine Palms – The city counsel has been very slow in accepting responsibility for public safety. Without County and Base Fire coming to the rescue, 29 Palms would be in deep trouble. The City has de facto shifted its obligation […]

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Fire station shutdowns prompts questions, doubts

By   /  November 17, 2013  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms, Feature, Opinion  /  6 Comments

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Updated: see below boxed text.  What are  the distinguishes factors and similarities between Twentynine Palms and the small city of Canyon Lake (see story below)?: (i) Canyon Lake is expected  to close its fire station by December 5, while 29 Palms Fire Department (TPFD) was forced to close one of its fire houses earlier this year and gut the fire department by […]

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City Snoozing on Public Safety Obligations

By   /  November 7, 2013  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms  /  1 Comment

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Twentynine Palms – The desert city can’t seem to shake the fact that it has an under-funded fire department. City leaders seem to be in the doldrums for any plans helping to pay for public safety. The city continues to hold the false belief that the water district has sole responsibility for the public safety […]

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This is what a small town is all about

By   /  September 20, 2013  /  29 Feature, News  /  Comments Off

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Twentynine Palms – The second annual Annual Historic Plaza Days  late this afternoon and early evening has really taken off. It’s the best event of the year. What distinguishes this event from all the rest of the events the city has is that this event is localized at Historic Plaza, as opposed to Pioneer Days or other […]

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Puffed up like pigeons

By   /  September 16, 2013  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms, Opinion  /  9 Comments

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The desert city of Twentynine Palms is not providing for the public’s safety? City council members have their own narrow agenda which is to spend as much money as fast as they can before the next city election. The city is diverting public funds intended for public’s safety to nonpriority projects. The City’s short list on […]

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29 Palms plays Russian Roulette while Oakdale considers fire merger

By   /  September 3, 2013  /  29 Feature, 29 Palms, News, Opinion  /  71 Comments

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Last updated Tuesday, 9/3/13 @ 10:06 a.m. While the Twentynine Palms City Council Members  are affected with apathy and play a cocky game of “Russian Roulette” with public safety, the Oakdale City Council is preparing to do what 29 Palms must do… partnering with their local  fire district. Twentynine is neither prepared nor equipped to provide fire protection to the The Tortoise Rock […]

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Challenging days ahead for Twentynine Palms

By   /  August 30, 2013  /  29 Palms, News, Opinion  /  6 Comments

It's just a matter of time. . .

The recent flooding once again brings home the reality that a 24 hour rain would paralyze the Morongo Basin. Nothing comes in, nothing goes out. SR 62 and roadways washed-out, and businesses and homes flooded. Meanwhile, the 29 City Council continues to be okay with being unprepared for disasters, fires and rescue calls with a […]

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Memo from Councilman Jay Corbin to taxpayers

By   /  June 16, 2013  /  29 Palms  /  Comments Off

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PREFACE The following Memorandum is pure satire based on fact, history, public records, information and belief. There should be no ambiguity of this actually being one of the Twentynine Palms City Councilmen. When have these gentlemen ever reached-out to taxpayers? They circumvented you when they went in debt to secure a $12 million plus bond […]

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From 29 with Love, the Unger Legacy

By   /  May 26, 2013  /  29 Palms  /  5 Comments

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Local Desert Trail reporter, Rebecca Unger, is credited with doing an outstanding job reporting on city council meetings. We are all better off as a small community and better informed because of Rebecca’s commitment to Excellence in Journalism. To that end, have you noticed when Rebecca is reporting on city council meetings she now has to […]

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Publisher of The Sun Runner strikes desert gold, while Twentynine Palms unprepared for the future

By   /  May 16, 2013  /  Joshua Tree, Yucca Valley  /  Comments Off

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There are two new happenings in the Basin of historic proportions about to unfold before our eyes. Look for the new PBS TV production to be airing soon called “The Real Desert TV Show” produced by Sun Runner’s Publisher Steve Brown.  The other happening is a languishing and tragic tale about a city that pretends public fire […]

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