TWO VACANT MAC SEATS FILLED BY SUPERVISOR RAMOS

Third District County Supervisor James Ramos will fill two of the vacant seats on the Morongo Basin Municipal Advisory Council during today’s meeting of the board of supervisors. The two appointees are expected to be Richard Lutringer and Thomas C. Ziegert.

COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE GRADUATION CEREMONIES THIS WEEK

Pinning ceremonies and graduations are set for Copper Mountain College this week. Reporter Mike Lipsitz has the day and times…

Copper Mountain College will recognize this year’s vocational and registered nursing program classes during a pinning ceremony at 6 p.m. tomorrow evening in the Bell Center Gym. Pinning is a

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“CRAZY GLUE CASE” AGAINST FORMER SUPERVISORS REPRESENTATIVE CONTINUED

Yesterday’s scheduled hearing for Mike Lipsitz, the former Morongo Basin field representative for Third District County Supervisor James Ramos, was continued to May 27 in San Bernardino Superior Court. Lipsitz, 53, was arrested in February during a vehicle stop near the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center. He is accused of smuggling

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FORMER COUNTY SUPERVISORS REPRESENTATIVE ARRAIGNED

The former field representative for Third District County Supervisor James Ramos was arraigned yesterday on two complaints that he smuggled contraband into jail in February. Mike Lipsitz, 53, pleaded not guilty to both charges. County Sheriff John McMahon said Ramos immediately fired Lipsitz following his arrest February 4 for allegedly

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TWO NAMED TO TWENTYNINE PALMS CEMETERY BOARD

At Tuesday’s meeting of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, two Twentynine Palms residents were appointed to the Twentynine Palms Cemetery District’s board of directors. The supervisors approved Third District Supervisor’s James Ramos’ appointments of Zander Hardin and Sandra Gray to fill two vacant seats on the Twentynine Palms

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LECTURE ON COUNTY RENEWABLE ENERGY CODE TOMORROW

San Bernardino County is updating its General Plan on the subject of renewable energy development. Reporter Dan Stork says you can learn about the status of the effort at a local lecture… On February 20, as part of the Desert Institute’s Black Rock Lecture Series, there will be a presentation

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CHARGES FILED AGAINST FORMER COUNTY FIELD REPRESENTATIVE

Charges were filed Friday against the former field representative of County Supervisor James Ramos. Mike Lipsitz, 53, of Landers, was arrested February 4, accused of bringing narcotics to an inmate at Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center. Lipsitz denies the charges. An arraignment date has not yet been set. Lipsitz is a

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MORONGO BASIN MAC MEETING CANCELLED AFTER DISPUTED ARREST

According to Mark Lundquist, the Morongo Basin Municipal Advisory Council Vice-Chairman, the MAC meeting scheduled for Monday has been cancelled. The chairman of the MAC, Mike Lipsitz, who was also the field representative for Third District Supervisor James Ramos, was fired by Ramos from the field rep post on Thursday,

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COUNTY SUPERVISOR’S FIELD REP. FOR THE MORONGO BASIN ARRESTED

The field representative to Third County Supervisor James Ramos was arrested Wednesday evening, after Sheriff’s deputies said he brought drugs to a jail inmate. According to a Sheriff’s Department press release, deputies began an investigation after they discovered that narcotics were being brought into the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center in

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RAMOS NAMED CHAIRMAN OF COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

The County Board of Supervisors elected Supervisor James Ramos to serve as Board Chairman for the next two years yesterday. “I am honored my colleagues have chosen me to lead the Board over the next two years. It is truly humbling to serve as the first Native American Supervisor and

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COUNTY VITAL SIGNS FORUM SET IN JOSHUA TREE TOMORROW

A Community Vital Signs forum, with Supervisor James Ramos in attendance, will be held in Joshua Tree tomorrow, Tuesday October 28. Community Vital Signs is an ongoing County program whose goal is to establish a health improvement framework, using community input about desired health services. The Third District Community Forum

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COMMUNITY HEALTH FORUM SET FOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28

Community Vital Signs is an effort aimed at a comprehensive county health care that been going on for over three years. Reporter Dan Stork says a forum to gather community input is coming to Joshua Tree… A Community Vital Signs forum, with Supervisor James Ramos in attendance, will be held

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SUPERVISOR RAMOS HEARS JOSHUA TREE FLOODING COMPLAINTS

A large turnout at the Joshua Tree Community Center listened to Supervisor James Ramos, and told him plenty about flood control concerns. Reporter Dan Stork says that housing planning, unhappiness about block grant funding, and help for the homeless were other subjects at the meeting… The October meeting of the

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SUPERVISOR RAMOS TO ADDRESS MORONGO BASIN MAC MEETING TONIGHT

Third District Supervisor James Ramos pays a visit to the Morongo Basin MAC this week. Reporter Dan Stork tells what the supervisor will talk about, and what else is planned for the meeting… The featured speaker at the October 13 meeting of the Morongo Basin Municipal Advisory Council will be

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SUPERVISOR JAMES RAMOS ON Z107-7 “UP CLOSE” SHOW TOMORROW

James Ramos, the Supervisor for the Third District of San Bernardino County, will be the guest on the Up Close show tomorrow (May 2) at 10 a.m. Ramos will talk about his experiences so far as county supervisor, what he hopes to accomplish, the County’s “Give Big” campaign, and listen

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