Big Bear Valley, CA — In addition to today’s meetings of the Big Bear City Community Services District and the Big Bear Lake Fire Protection District, there are a slew of civic meetings taking place in this, May’s third week. The Department of Water and Power Board of Commissioners now, as of May, meet on the third Tuesday of the month, so will convene tomorrow, May 18, at the DWP offices on Garstin Drive in Big Bear Lake at 9am. The Tuesday morning meeting will include a presentation to outgoing Commissioner Karen Dally (who, with husband Ken, will be leaving the Big Bear Valley); Commissioners will also consider a revised proposal from ALDA Engineering for the water system infrastructure replacement plan.
Also on Tuesday, the Advisory Commission of the Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District meets for their monthly meeting, to be held at the Big Bear Senior Center at 5pm. The Rec and Park meeting will include updates on the new animals to the Moonridge Animal Park—which, as of April, included three baby opossums and four baby raccoons—as well as the zoo relocation.
On Wednesday, May 19, the Board of Trustees for the Bear Valley Unified School District meet at the school district offices at 5:15pm. During open session, scheduled to begin at 6:30pm, the school board is agendized to ratify agreements with the unions, BVEA and CSEA, for the current school year.
The Bear Valley Community Healthcare District also meets on Wednesday; during closed session items, beginning at 5:30pm in the hospital conference room, labor negotiations and CEO appointment will be discussed.
Come Thursday, the Board of Directors for the Big Bear Municipal Water District convene for their regular third-Thursday-of-the-month meeting at 1pm at the MWD offices on Lakeview Drive.
And lastly, the Sugarloaf Property Owners Association meets for their monthly meeting on Saturday, May 22 at 10am. Guest speaker for the SPOA meeting at the Sugarloaf Fire Station will be Community Services District General Manager Mike Mayer, who will provide updates on the Paradise Park and Pan Hot Springs Meadow projects. The general public is invited to this meeting on Saturday morning, which will include refreshments.