Big Bear Lake, CA — The proposed affordable apartment complex, slated for a nearly three-acre site on Jeffries Road across the street from Big Bear Middle School, once again goes before the City of Big Bear Lake; this round, the developer, National Core, Inc., goes before the City Council for conditional use permit approval, during this evening’s 5:30pm Council meeting in Hofert Hall. Other items to be addressed during this evening’s (June 14) City Council meeting include budget adoption, vacancies on both the DWP Board and the Planning Commission, and a presentation on Forest Care. The Planning Commission for the City of Big Bear Lake also meets this week, on Wednesday at 1:15pm, and also in Hofert Hall in the Big Bear Lake Civic Center. The June 16 meeting will address permit approval for the Big Bear Valley Community Gardens Project, potentially designated for 42050 Fox Farm Road, and a discussion item regarding design standards for signage within the City.
The school board for Bear Valley Unified School District also meets this week, with a special meeting planned for 12:15pm this afternoon (June 14), during which time tentative agreements with the two unions, BVEA and CSEA, are expected to be ratified.
The Board of Commissioners for the Department of Water and Power will not be meeting for their regular, monthly meeting tomorrow (Tuesday), due to lack of a quorum.
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