Supervisor Robert Lovingood|
leaves reflection for Newberry
Posted: November 2, 2020
Newberry Springs Community Alliance
by Ted Stimpfel
Two people in public office.
As the county's First District supervisor, Robert
Lovingood is headed out-the-door. IMHO, it can't shut hard
enough behind him. Under his watch, the corruption within
San Bernardino County has continued to fester. He has used
it to his advantage.
I initially voted for Lovingood. I had naive
high hopes that he would be different than his predecessors, but
he disappointed me.
Lovingood's last letter to his constituents,
posted Friday, October 30, 2020, highlights some information that
I would like to share.
For many years, I frequently attended
a monthly meeting in Barstow of the CSD directors from different
communities. Sometimes a manager or representative from the
county road department would attend.
Regularly attending were CSD representatives from
Barstow Heights, Daggett, Yermo, Helendale, and Newberry Springs.
These meetings were luncheons where CSD activities were discussed.
Sometimes attending from Newberry Springs were Paula
Deel with sometimes her sidekick, CSD director Victoria Paulsen.
Occasionally, Helen Johnson would attend.
I was often impressed with reports from Helendale
telling of projects moving forward. Paula Deel would take
notes and would provide a short report at the following
Newberry CSD board meeting. But then nothing would happen
from the Newberry CSD with the information.
Despite hearing about what was improving elsewhere,
the lazy Newberry CSD directors and the General Manager would never
get off of their butts and do anything.
Below is a portion of Robert Lovingood's letter.
It shows what a CSD can do for a community. When you read
what Helendale has accomplished, ask yourself why Paula Deel, the other
directors, and the General Manager are not providing similar improvements
Newberry needs motivated people.
BTW, Lovingood's fails to mention Helendale's
relatively new water park.
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