Forester Ross Richards contracted with BVRI to do an assessment of the common areas in the New Subdivision. He noted basal area coverage, fuel loading, and relative severity of fire danger. He assigned a priority rating of High, Moderate, Low, or None to each common area, and made a recommendation for treatment on each.
BVRI, in cooperation with Richards and Supervisor Woodrow, is seeking grant funds for managing the common areas.
The following is the report submitted by Richards to the BVRI Board.
BVRI Common Area Inventory – Fall 2014
The report is very detailed.
The Board of Supervisors voted to approve the amended Environmental Impact Report. And the appeal of the Forest Service’s Environmental Assessment was withdrawn. The enabling documents for the Bear Valley Village Partners to proceed with their development plans are now in place.
Alpine County is the lead agency responsible for preparation of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR). The EIR discusses the environmental effects of approving a General Plan Amendment and a zoning change to allow development of a new pedestrian village and related infrastructure in the town of Bear Valley, California. Use links below to read full documents.
Tom Fraser, BVRI President, created a survey of Bear Valley owners which drew many interesting responses …
Thank you to all the BVRI members who participated in our recent community survey. We had 140 total respondents.
The BVBA has also expressed their appreciation for the effort that BVRI and its members put into trying to support and improve the vitality of the BV business community. BVBA reports that they look forward to coming out of these tough economic times with renewed enthusiasm and this info will only help; they encourage us all to continue to collaborate.
Date: February 24, 4:000pm
Location: Zoom. Non-board members must register and request the zoom link, which will be emailed before the meeting: https://tinyurl.com/BVRI-Board-Meetings