Another invitation for interested people to join us at our next meeting. This will be December 6,2006 at the Haun Community Center at 7:00pm. I haven't received the agenda but I will put it on the MVIC web-site as soon as I receive it.
Upon arrival, deputies learned that unknown suspect(s) forced entry into a temporary permitted storage area located at a construction site.And here's a photo of the blasting agent...
Taken was a quantity of a blasting agent, a compound mix designed to be used in quarry and construction blasting operations. The compound is stable and does not become volatile until used in combination with other explosives.
Hi everyone, just to follow up on what Doug mentioned about hoping to have some of our own Menifee teams in the Super Bowl, GREAT NEWS! The Div. 3 Micro team, 9 & 10 year olds, beat Big Bear 26-6 yesterday in the Semi-finals.
They boys played really hard and earned a solid win. The Jr. Peewee Menifee team, 11 & 12 yr. olds, also won on Saturday to advance to the Div. 3 Jr. Peewee Super Bowl!
All the players are very excited to play in the Super Bowl especially on our home field, Paloma Valley HS. I am sure the teams would be grateful for any local support and cheering we can get on Sunday, 11/26.
The Micro team plays at 11:00am and the Jr. Peewee team plays after them at 1:00. Hope to see you there.
Dave Fokken, one of the Micro Div. 3 coaches.
Is it just my street? I live on Ridgemoor Rd. and yet again our street has been hit by the window bandits.Another report was posted online on another blogger's website...
These bandits break car windows that are left parked on the street.
So far cars parked in their driveways seem to be spared. The trend seems to be on a holiday weekend. I’m wondering if
it's out of town visitors who hit and get sort of speak. This last round was on Halloween and the time before was 4th of July.
I'm just curious if others are experiencing window bandits in your neighborhood.
Well it was an act of vandalism and the guy said over this weekend there was 11 incidents of slashed tires in Menifee/Miralago alone... So yeah WTF! last time they were nice enough to leak my tires and leave a note of hatred >__<Back in July 2005 we reported another incident of smashed car windows. Click here to read.
I found a woman's purse in the bathroom of McDonalds (I was in the drive through to get a grilled chicken sandwich and suddenly had to pee badly so I ran inside!). I called a number in her L.V purse (filled with at least $3,000 CASH, credit card's and big checks) and the person had her call me *I didn't mention where I was - just that I found a purse* the lady identified herself and arranged her best friend in Menifee to meet up with me and get it.Apparently the lady offered Cristine $400.00 in reward money, but she declined. But when the lady described herself as a developer living in Palm Springs with three nannies, she decided to take the money to buy some new glasses.
I think our church today is really sad with the exception of those few good ones. I look at our church and I just think to myself My Gosh! There is no power and no faith and in this one chruch I was Going to no Love for the body Of Christ.Click here to visit his website to read the rest.
Is ramen not the food of God? BTW, why are there no ramen bars in Menifee? I'm gonna open a ramen bar and make friggin bank! Anyone who wants to help, comment this! It'll friggin happen!I'd welcome a ramen bar. I've eaten tons of it growing up. Better yet, I'd recommend udon. Or what about a sushi bar? Teppanyaki?
Your working, untangled lights can be used or new lights can be brought for you to keep and use again. When the holidays are over doesn’t mean the service stops. In January we come back to take the lights down and box them so they are ready to hang next year.And to top if off, Roxanne will gift wrap, box, and mail all your presents for you.
Menifee resident Les Nursey said two weeks ago and again Tuesday that land zoned for businesses is critical for Menifee Valley, where many residents support incorporation.And here is a quote from the same article in favor of the decision...
To become a city, incorporation leaders will need to prove to the county Local Agency Formation Commission that the community will generate enough tax revenues to support essential services.
Barbara Spencer, the president of the Menifee Valley Historical Association, spoke in support of Brenson. She told the supervisors she was impressed that the company's representatives had approached her group for their feedback early in the planning process.The new community will also produce $1.7 million in fees that Brenson Communities will pay to for road widening along Scott Road.
"(They) had the desire to honor the valley's founding fathers," said Spencer of Brenson's architecture and design plans for the site.