Out and About in Canyon Lake

School trustees vote to eliminate school busing

Stay-at-home moms with minivans soon may become the most popular persons in Canyon Lake. It appears state budget cuts in education could affect busing for students who attend Lake Elsinore Unified Schools. A 4-0 vote of the LEUSD Board of Trustees on February 9 (Jeanie Corral was absent) ended home-to-school busing, beginning in the 2012-2013 school year. The plan approved by the board would only…

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POA Board of Directors candidates are announced

The following candidates have turned in the proper documentation to run: David A. Eilers, Michelle L. Howard, Harold A. Larson and George Middle. Major changes are taking place in the POA and residents are encouraged to be aware of how these changes will impact future operations of the Association. New General Manager Jeremy Wilson resigned last week, and longtime Operations Manager Paul Johnson…

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Residents can participate in evacuation drill

If a major catastrophe such as fire, flood or earthquake strikes Southern California, Canyon Lake will be ready to house and care for evacuees. Tomorrow, February 25, the Canyon Lake Emergency Preparedness Committee (CLEPC) will hold a Shelter Drill to aid in the training of evacuation workers and familiarizing all who participate with the mechanics of evacuating to a safe shelter. Patrol officers…

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