At the August Wrightwood Municipal Advisory Council meeting, Caltrans District 8 Public Liaison Joy Sepulveda stated that the Hwy 138 Widening Project will not start in September and has been delayed up to 120 days due to an extension of time for utilities to finish their pre-construction infrastructure adjustments. Read the complete story - CLICK HERE!
Drought may last many more years
Last Friday morning nearly 400 Inland Empire water professionals attended the 8th Annual San Bernardino County Water Conference held at Cal State University San Bernardino. The focus of the conference was the drought, and Bill Patzert was the keynote speaker who enlightened the audience on the subject.Read the complete story - CLICK HERE!
Fire Safe Council Report: Bark Beetles thrive during drought
Wrightwood Fire Safe Council Board Members John Aziz, Glen Goldstein, and Patrick Martin recently participated in a US National Forestry Tour throughout So Cal. The tour focused on how the drought has opened the door for many insects to flourish throughout California’s wild and domestic landscapes.Read the complete story - CLICK HERE!
CSD Extends Don Bartz’s Employment Contract
Directors of the Phelan Pinon Hills Community Services District (CSD) voted to extend the employment contract of General Manager Don Bartz, for an additional five years, at the August 20 meeting.Read the complete story - CLICK HERE!
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Headline News for August 21, 2014
20th Mountain Classic Car Show a roaring success
Celebrating the 20th year, the Mountain Classic Car Show enticed thousands of So Cal car enthusiasts to visit Wrightwood and view more than 200 classic car and truck entries. For many, the 7-11am-pancake breakfast sponsored by the Methodist Church. Read the complete story - CLICK HERE!
Music In The Pines Finale
Last Thursday night, the season finale of the 2014 Music in the Pines outdoor concerts broke attendance records and enjoyment levels as music fans lingered until the last note was played. The evening was all about magical keyboards as Wrightwood piano teacher Chet Noll Read the complete story - CLICK HERE!
WW Mac covered a lot of ground
The Wrightwood Municipal Advisory Council met on Monday, Aug 18 after taking July off due to many members’ vacation schedules. Though not on the MAC, community leader John Lenau spoke Read the complete story - CLICK HERE!