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PE.com | Elections | San Bernardino
Incumbent Darrell Mulvihill is among them, along with Robert Day, Ken Dally, Joe Sanders, Dixie Allison, Sheridan "Shed" Conklin and Elaine Tennity.
..."I don't believe it is the city's responsibility," said Dixie Allison, an attorney who has lived in the San Bernardino Mountains for more than 40 years.She
is making her
first run at public office.
"We have a lake district here," she
Mulvihill, a retired vice president for a marketing and advertising company on Santa Catalina Island, is seeking a second council term. He
acknowledged that the lake level is low, but he
said nature, not City Hall, is best equipped to deal with the problem.
"We just hope that we get a good snow season," he
said."We're hoping for snow, snow, snow."
...Allison said the city should build a public swimming pool and work with San Bernardino County to provide home-loan assistance for first-time buyers.
Mulvihill said the city is doing a good job of managing its growth and should not halt new construction."There are people who have owned property up here for 20, 30 years, and they plan to retire here," he
Conklin said the City Council should order the water department to be more strict about enforcing water conservation.He
also said the city should establish a list of priorities for how residents want to spend the city's money, including street repairs.
Dixie Allison ...
Big Bear Grizzly, Big Bear Lake, California, News and Classifieds
Dixie Allison, a local resident who is also an attorney, said removing prayer from meetings in these times of drought and people struggling to make a living is outrageous."Someone thinks this is a good time to leave God out of meetings.And God is now out of our jurisdiction?"Allison
said it is a First Amendment issue.
San Bernardino County Sun - Newbies spice up mountain race
Those promoting their position as relative outsiders are attorney Dixie Allison, insurance consultant Bill Giamarino, therapist Michael Karp and physician's assistant Brad Summers.
wrote the initiative.However, she
would prefer that a future City Council - rather than voters - adopt a new policy.
"The problem is if it's done through the election, it's set in concrete," Allison
contends that a proliferation of homes being used as vacation rentals has created a real-estate bubble in Big Bear Lake
.People can buy houses at high prices while counting on potential rental revenues to offset their expense, she
pointed out that vacation rentals can disrupt the character of residential streets and said that with more regulation, "our neighborhoods will be neighborhoods again."
...Name: Dixie Allison