Tag: Board of Directors

Hospital Board Seeks Applicants For Open Seat

Big Bear, Ca, January 5, 2011, 4:00pm – The Bear Valley Community Healthcare District is looking for someone to join the board after James Gonzales resigned from the Board of Directors effective December 29, 2011.  The Board will hold a meeting on Wednesday, January 25, in which board members may appoint someone for the open seat.  Anyone interested in being appointed is required to submit a District approved form questionnaire, a brief summary of the person’s interest, qualifications and background. Blank questionnaires may be obtained by accessing the District’s website at www.bvchd.com or by contacting the Administrative Offices.  Completed questionnaires must be emailed, faxed, mailed or personally delivered to the District offices no later than 5:00pm on January...

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Big Bear City Airport Board Wants To Focus On The Airport

Big Bear, Ca, November 10, 2011, 4:00pm – The Big Bear City Airport Board met on November 9th for a special and regular meeting of the Board of Directors.  The meeting which started on a tense note, ended positively with Directors Steube and President Smith both stating that the board needs to focus on the airport and not conflicting personalities or egos.  For more than a year the airport board has had personality issues among board members that has affected the board as a whole.  Earlier this year, the board held special workshops in hopes of bringing the board together to focus on the airport and to gain a better knowledge of board practices, such as parliamentary procedure and board decorum.  The workshops seemed to have kept the board on track and focusing on working together for the airport in general, however, at last month’s meeting, the board seemed to get off track once again, when friction among board members was showcased in front of the public.  During directors comments at the November 9th meeting, Director Gary Steube stated that the casual observer thinks the airport is falling apart, however it’s not, “We’re in fantastic shape,” said Steube, “nothing could be further from the truth.”  Steube also said that the airport now has new LED lights installed, and that will cut the energy consumption nearly in half, which is...

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