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  • commented 2017-04-14 02:50:43 -0700
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  • commented 2017-01-30 13:01:57 -0800
    I think there should be a group of us who can harvest all the olives that go to waste. Maybe the lake elsinore olive collective group. The fruit would be collected on the tarps that we install below the trees.

    We would. E cleaning up this mess before it happens

    Possibly even jarring the olives to give to the land owners to eat ?

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  • commented 2016-10-14 09:51:15 -0700
    Thanks for organizing Wednesday night’s candidate forum. As a 4-year resident of Lake Elsinore, I had not previously had the opportunity to see and hear about problems facing the city. (I have rehearsal with the TVMC on Tuesday nights, so I can’t attend Council Meetings.

    A few suggestions:

    1. Limit the number of prepared questions to 7 at most.

    2. Include a period of time for questions from the attendees.

    3. Have other candidates on another night. (Many people left after the City candidates spoke and the two remaining speakers didn’t get their due audience.)

    Thank you for holding the Forum at the Cultural Center, downtown. I understand that you often hold these events in Tuscany Hills, which not only is a longer drive for me but is also unfamiliar venue. If you want to connect with the MAJORITY of the residents in Lake Elsinore, please keep events like this one in the downtown area.
    M. Garcia, Ph.D.
  • commented 2015-08-13 19:02:27 -0700

    I would like to respond to Mr Dalton’s legitimate concern.

    If there is anything we should have learned from hurricane Katrina & hurricane Sandy, it is the fact that the government is slow to respond to emergencies. Reliance on the government in emergency situations is not wise.

    Every family should have a supply of storable food and water just for emergencies. This includes your pets, if any. Have some type of protection for your home and family. Consider your unique situation in order to make the right decisions.

    Granted, you may not be eating what you are accustomed to, but you will be eating.

    In October of 2013 the EBT card system went down. In just ONE DAY families that relied on it practically raided their local Wal Mart Supercenters just to get food.

    Imagine what would have happened after three days, or one week, or one month.

    I am not suggesting that the city does not take up this issue, but we are clearly responsible for our own survivability in the event of a disaster.
  • commented 2015-02-13 06:32:08 -0800
    (From Don Barton)

    So here is my concern. Only one of many. I have lived here for the last 15 years. We have been promised another way to exit/escape from TH in the event of an emergency or disaster. Well, that hasn’t happened. Is it just too bad for you folks in TH when the next severe earthquake hits, and if the Canyon Lake reservoir dam fails and the San Jacinto River into Lake Elsinore is inundated and wipes out the current and only escape route on Summerhill?

    We have already been isolated when the snow storm hit on New Years Eve morning, shutting down the “only” access road in or out of this community.

    What do we have to do to get a second access road to this community?

    The City of Lake Elsinore should move on this as a high priority. I can just imagine the law suites if residents were trapped here in an earthquake with no way out. Think about it!!!

    The next Hot Topic is the traffic control, or lack thereof at Summerhill and RR Canyon. The City has removed the green left turn arrow a couple of months ago. That has created a significant hazard with potential rear end collision accidents. The current operation gives the left turn lane onto RR Canyon a green light, not a green arrow. But it also presents a red light to the traffic moving north on Grape .

    There is no way a driver would know the north bound traffic has a red light. So the left turn traffic gets a green light and sometimes hesitates (slams on their brakes ) after they start their turn onto RR Canyon. This could and may have already caused a rear end collision from the vehicle behind that vehicle who made a precautionary stop or hesitation.

    That green lens on the NE corner of RR Canyon and Grape needs to be changed out and replace by the template to provide a green arrow when ever the light allows the left turn vehicles to proceed.

    This is such a simple, no brainer, that I can’t conceive how it could have been removed in the first place.

    Please!!! Get that left turn problem resolved before someone is seriously hurt!

    Thanks for listening!

    Don Barton