Category Archives: Community News

Our local newspaper is the Mountain Enterprise

In Memory of Mike Hall

A blue spruce tree and bench plaque was dedicated on Saturday June 7th to the memory of Mike Hall as a token of gratitude for all of his help and hard work as a community and board member.   Rest … Continue reading

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Gov. Brown says flush less as California struggles with drought

Associated Press Source: http://www.mercurynews.com/drought/ci_25034720/gov-brown-says-flush-less-california-struggles-drought POSTED: 01/31/2014 07:53:13 AM PST UPDATED: 01/31/2014 06:08:44 PM PST LOS ANGELES — With dangerously low snow levels in the mountains and rain coming in just dribs and drabs a deepening California drought has prompted Gov. Jerry … Continue reading

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Conserve Water Please

Dear Pinon Pines residents and potential new residents, The Water Company needs to have all cut water usage substantially. Please reduce water consumption as much as possible. Some are still watering their laws daily. This is totally not needed with … Continue reading

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Pine Mountain Club & Frazier Park Residents – Important Message!

Hi Everyone, Pine Mountain Club and Frazier Park residents were recently notified that their Southern California Edison analog meters are scheduled to be replaced within the next few weeks by Corix Utilities, (877) 407-2317, Mon – Sat, 7 a.m. — … Continue reading

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Hazardous Waste Collection Event – Aug 6

A Hazardous Waste Collection Event is coming up for Kern County residents living in the Frazier Park/Pine Mountain Communities. One Day Only! Lebec Transfer Station 300 Landfill Road Saturday, Aug 6, 2011 9:00 am to Noon Download More Information (pdf)

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Post Storm Advice

by Michelle Maga Many of you may have suffered tree damage due to the heavy snow. Here are a few tips: If you have trees that are seriously bent over but not broken, try to straighten and stake them as … Continue reading

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