Tag: Planning Commission

City Council Will Hear An Appeal To Decision Made In Planning Commission

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Public Meeting On Village Specific Plan

Big Bear, Ca, February 22, 2011, 8:00am – Local business owners and the public are invited to attend a community meeting on the update to the Village Specific Plan. The Village Specific Plan was originally adopted in 1987 with policies and standards to guide development. That plan has served the community well for almost 25 years, is now in need of an update. The current planning effort will set a bold vision for the future of the Village and strengthen it as the premier entertainment, shopping and dining district in the Valley. This can be accomplished by adding many public amenities and removing barriers and obstacles to development. This community meeting will unveil the results of hours of input from Village business and property owners, as well as the community-at-large. The meeting starts at 6pm Tuesday, March 1stat Hofert...

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Special Meeting To Discuss Affordable Housing

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Big Bear Lake Residents Apply for Positions on the Planning Commission and DWP Board of Commissioners

Big Bear Lake, CA, July 22, 2010, 5:14pm – Last Wednesday at 5pm was the application deadline for full-time Big Bear Lake residents interested in applying to serve on either the Planning Commission or the Department of Water and Power Board of Commissioners for terms that extend through June 30, 2013.  According to the City of Big Bear Lake City Clerk, residents who applied for the one available position for the Planning Commission were Barbara Willey, Mary Jones, Don Smith, Robert Jackowski, Todd Bittner, Rusty Barnes, Jerry Roberts and Curtis Bryant.  Applications were accepted for the one seat on the DWP Board from Barbara Willey, Douglas MacIver, Don Smith and Robert Jackowski.  During the next step, staff will contact the Big Bear Lake City Council to schedule a date and time for interviewing the applicants. In other election news, for the zone-specific seats available on the Big Bear Municipal Water District’s Board of Directors; residents who have been issued nomination documents to run again included Todd Murphy for Division 1, Paula Fashempour for Division 2 and Skip Suhay for Division 3.  This November 2, 2010 election will include federal, state and county offices as well as 15 offices specific to the Big Bear Valley.  Prospective candidates have until Friday, August 6 to file candidate papers with the Registrar of Voters in order to be included in the November General...

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Application Deadline for Two City of Big Bear Lake Vacancies

Big Bear Lake, CA, July 20, 2010, 1:30pm – Tomorrow, Wednesday, July 21st at 5pm is the application deadline for full-time Big Bear Lake residents interested in applying to serve on one of two City of Big Bear Lake vacancies on terms that extend through June 30, 2013.  The Planning Commission and the Department of Water and Power Board of Commissioners each have one seat vacated by residents who are relocating outside of Big Bear.  Richard Lambert of the Planning Commission and Karen Dally of the DWP Board have vacated their seats.  In addition to being a full time Big Bear Lake resident, applicants for either commission must be registered voters, and complete an application, available either at the Big Bear Lake Civic Center or online at citybigbearlake.com.  The Planning Commission is a five-member body, appointed by City Council, and meets on first and third Wednesday afternoons to make recommendations to Council on matters related to growth and development, such as General Plan amendments, specific plans and zone changes, as well as addressing development applications, such as conditional use permits, plot plan reviews, subdivisions and condominium maps. For these efforts, current Commissioners receive a $400 monthly stipend. The DWP Board of Commissioners also receives a $400 monthly stipend–meets on the third Tuesday morning of each month. Responsibilities of DWP Commissioners include decisions related to water conservation, supply, generation, distribution...

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