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Jim Bagley Joins Derry & Ramos in the County Supervisor Race

Big Bear, Ca, February 8, 2012, 4:00pm – Another name has been thrown into the hat for the San Bernardino County Supervisor for the 3rd district.  Jim Bagley announced earlier this week of his intentions to run for the County Supervisor seat.  Bagley will be joining current Supervisor Neil Derry, and James Ramos in the election.  According to his campaign team, Bagley has served as the Mayor of Twentynine Palms for three years, served as the president of the San Bernardino County Transportation Agency, and served on various other committees and commissions.  Bagley joins the race for Supervisor in the midst of current Supervisor Neil Derry sending out fliers to over 11,000 of his supporters stating that Ramos has links to “gang members”, and goes on to describe Ramos as a “Casino Boss.”  According to an article in the Press Enterprise, Dave Gillard, a consultant for Ramos described the mailer as gutter politics.  Ramos who is the current Chairman of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians told the Press Enterprise that the reservation is a safe community.  The election for County Supervisor along with other positions up for office will be held on November 6th.  Citizens are encouraged to educate themselves on the issues and candidates and make an informed decision when it comes time to...

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Different Parking Regulations May Come To Mountain Areas

Big Bear, Ca, December 13, 2011, 4:00pm – At the December San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors meeting, CEO Greg Devereaux updated the board on progress made on county parking codes for mountain area businesses.  Earlier this year Supervisor Neil Derry brought to the boards attention that the minimum parking requirement for businesses in the County was difficult for some mountain area businesses to achieve.  “The current requirements are too onerous for mountain businesses where space is limited and it is negatively impacting the local economy,” Supervisor Derry said. “Residents and patrons do not want a concrete jungle in their beautiful forest and want access to a variety of businesses and service providers for their unique lifestyle.”  One proposed change would reduce the 10 parking space minimum requirement for restaurants to a four-space minimum.  The parking study must go before the county planning commission for review before it can be brought back to the board. It is anticipated that the board will receive the proposal in the Spring of...

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