Interested in where the Rim communities “are” with the discussion on the positives and negatives of consolidating? If so, be sure to attend the meeting on Thursday, September 24 at The Tudor House. Guest speakers will include Michelle Ambrozic and Randolph Beasley (who by this point must have collectively spent hundreds of hours gathering information on the pros and cons of perhaps incorporating the Rim of the World communities). Ambrozic is a former candidate for the 33rd Assembly District and Beasley is a former candidate for the board of supervisors.
If and when the communities choose to incorporate it will affect many current programs and established districts in the Rim of the World communities including water and other small districts, the local schools, local fire departments, the Rim of the World Unified School District as well as many other agencies.
Registration for this important event will begin at 9:30 a.m. and then it will followed by the 10 a.m. meeting. Lunch will be served at 11:15 a.m.for those who want to stay. The lunch charge is $20 but there is no charge to just attend the incorporation meeting.
Reservations for just the presentation and/or for the lunch need to be made no later than September 22. To RSVP contact Niki Wiessner at 528-7404 or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The discussion on any type of consolidation always brings out a lot of people to these events so you might want to get to The Tudor House early. This historic building is located at 800 Arrowhead Villas Road in Lake Arrowhead and parking can be “challenging” at times.