Big Bear Lake’s City Council and Planning Commission to Address Affordable Apartment Complex on Jeffries

Big Bear Lake, CAThe City of Big Bear Lake has two public meetings scheduled for this week, the first of which is this evening’s City Council meeting to be held in Hofert Hall starting at 6:30pm. This evening’s Council meeting will include a presentation from the California Association of Four-Wheel Drive Clubs with regard to Senate Bill 2921, as well as an update on the proposed affordable housing development on Jeffries Road. The housing development, to potentially include 59 units on a space of 81,000 square feet will also be addressing by the Planning Commission in their meeting on Wednesday at 1:15pm, and also in Hofert Hall. The developer, National CORE, held a community meeting in Big Bear on May 8, to solicit input on the project, a contract for which had been approved by the City Council’s Improvement Agency in February.

Big Bear Lake, CAThe City of Big Bear Lake has two public meetings scheduled for this week, the first of which is this evening’s City Council meeting to be held in Hofert Hall starting at 6:30pm. This evening’s Council meeting will include a presentation from the California Association of Four-Wheel Drive Clubs with regard to Senate Bill 2921, as well as an update on the proposed affordable housing development on Jeffries Road. The housing development, to potentially include 59 units on a space of 81,000 square feet will also be addressing by the Planning Commission in their meeting on Wednesday at 1:15pm, and also in Hofert Hall. The developer, National CORE, held a community meeting in Big Bear on May 8, to solicit input on the project, a contract for which had been approved by the City Council’s Improvement Agency in February.

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