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    District Advisory Commission

    The Park District Advisory Commission (DAC) was established by the Park District Board of Directors (Riverside County Board of Supervisors) on June 28, 1994. The purpose of the Commission is to advise and make recommendations to the Board concerning the planning, acquisition, development, and use of parks and open space in unincorporated portions of Riverside County.

    Additionally, the Commission is to advise the Board on matters relating to the acquisition, development, maintenance, and promotion of regional recreation trails in the County, and matters relating to the conservation and propagation of fish and wildlife in the County.

    To apply for a vacant commissioner position, please contact the Board of Supervisor for your district.

    The District Advisory Commission generally meets bi-monthly on the first Thursday of the following months: January, March, May, July, September and November. The agenda gives the meeting location. Occasionally the meeting date will change, and the agenda will reflect the new date.

    Current Agenda

    March 7, 2024

    DAC Regular Meeting - 1:30 pm

    Mayflower Park (Maintenance Bldg.)

    4980 Colorado River Road, Blythe, CA 92225

    ​*All request to speak forms MUST be completed and submitted at least 24 hours in advance.

    Current Minutes

    January 4, 2024

    2024 DAC Meeting Schedule

    2024 DAC Meeting Schedule

    Archived Minutes & Agendas

    Archived Minutes & Agendas

    See below

    Fish & Game Funding Request

    Fish & Game Funding Request

    2023-2024 Roster

    First District - Supervisor Jeffries

    Patricia "Trixie" Anderson (Term: 6/16/20-6/30/25)

    Trixie Anderson is an avid hiker and cyclist. She served on the RivCo Trails Committee from 2016-19. She is active on the City of Corona Trails Subcommittee which is preparing the city’s first Trails Master Plan. Trixie is also founder of the Protect Skyline Hiking Trails! Facebook group with members nearing 1,200, as well as, an Assistant Organizer for the Lazy Ass Hiking group with membership of over 8,200 hikers. Trixie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from UC Riverside and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from CSU Fullerton. She proudly completed the Camino de Santiago from Portugal to Spain by bike in 2018.

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    First District - Supervisor Jeffries

    Mark F. Balys (Term: 5/09/23-6/30/25) - Chair

    Born and raised in Niagara Falls, New York Mr. Balys graduated from Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, CA and from U.C. Riverside. After a 34 year career with the Riverside County Planning Department he retired as Deputy Planning Director. Since 1980 he has been on the Board of Directors of Altura Credit Union and is currently Vice-Chairman of the board. Mark has served Habitat for Humanity Riverside as a volunteer, board member, two-term past president, and most recently as Director of Fund Development. He and his wife Pam, a teacher at Matthew Gage Middle School, reside in Riverside. He was appointed to the Regional Park District Commission by Supervisor Bob Buster in 2010.

     

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    Second District - Supervisor Spiegel

    Daniel Hake (Term: 8/30/22-6/30/26)

    Daniel Hake was appointed to the Riverside County Regional Park & Open Space District Advisory Commission in 2008. He previously served for six years as a member and chairman of the Riverside County Advisory Committee on Substance Abuse Programs. He retired in 2009 from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department after 31-years of service and his educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a Master’s degree in Behavioral Science. Mr. Hake has resided in Riverside County for 30-years and enjoys participating in various outdoor actives with his family. He is also active in the community as a member and past president of the Rotary Club of Corona.

     

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    Second District - Supervisor Spiegel

    Bartholomew "Bart" Moreno (Term: 3/28/23-6/30/27)

    Bart Moreno was born and raised in Riverside County in the area now called Jurupa Valley and Eastvale. Bart grew up working on his family's farm, where his appreciation of the outdoors, water, and animals became a lasting impression on him. Many years later, Bart's elected position at Jurupa Community Services District brought him into a role where he could influence the use of water and parks in his area. Bart is eager to represent his District Supervisor and serve the residents of Riverside County on the DAC.  Bart has worked in the sports industry for many years and understands the importance of having parks for families to spend time together. Bart treasures the memories of weekend camping trips with his kids at Riverside County parks. He firmly believes that family time spent camping and outdoors builds memories that influence younger generations to appreciate and protect nature. Previous life experience includes working for S.B. Probation at Central Juvenal Hall for nearly thirteen years and as a real estate broker. Bart has earned a B.A. and a Master of Business Administration from California Baptist University. He intends to continue his education at CBU. 

     

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    Third District - Supervisor Washington

    Thomas Giedroyce (Term: 05/02/23-06/30/27)

    A retired printing industry professional with a Bachelor of Science degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Printing Management. He has been involved in the city of Menifee since its incorporation in 2008 in a number of volunteer positions and activities. Including serving as Vice Chair of the city’s Blue Ribbon Committee on Governance Structure. A member of the city’s Menifee Citizen’s Advisory Committee. And a member of the Menifee Parks, Recreation and Trails Commission which was created in 2014. While on the commission he has also served as its chairman and as its vice chairman. He and his wife have been residents of Riverside County for over twenty years. They are avid horsemen who enjoy rural living and have bred, raised and trained show and pleasure horses.

     

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    Third District - Supervisor Washington

    Robin Reid (Term: 3/28/23-6/30/27)

    Ms. Reid has been a resident of Riverside County for over four decades. Relocating from the Imperial Valley to the Palo Verde Valley, Robin grew up enjoying the outdoors with activities such as fishing, hunting, shooting, hiking and playing on the Colorado River.  Robin and her husband enjoy hiking and off-roading with their dogs in the mountains and valleys surrounding the Hemet-San Jacinto Valley.  She has a great love for the outdoors and appreciates thoughtful planning for recreation spaces and activities, as well as the preservation of natural habitats and open space. Ms. Reid has been a legislative and policy advisor in both the California State Legislature and the Riverside County Board of Supervisors.  She holds an undergraduate degree in Social and Behavioral Science and attended California Southern Law School where she earned her Juris Doctor degree.

     

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    Fourth District - Supervisor Perez

    Bob Grady (Term: 8/24/21-6/30/25)

    Robert “Bob” Grady has been serving on the District Advisory Commission representing District IV and the Palo Verde Valley since 2005. He is a 36 year law enforcement veteran who retired as Chief of Police with the City of Blythe in 2004. He holds a degree in Public Service Management from the University of Redlands and an AA in Criminal Justice from Palo Verde College. He holds a California lifetime community college teaching credential. Mr.Grady also sits as Chair of the School Attendance Review Board with the Palo Verde Unified School District.

     

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    Fourth District - Supervisor Perez

    Daniel "Hugh" Van Horn (Term: 6/27/23-6/30/27)

    Daniel Hugh Van Horn, a longtime resident of Riverside County, was appointed as a District IV representative in July 2012.  Hugh grew up in the Southwest part of the county and currently lives in Indio.  He is the Branch Manager for International City Mortgage in Indian Wells, and also served as one of the co-chairs for the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival.  Named one of Palm Springs 40 under 40 in the October issue of Palm Springs Life Magazine, Hugh is also on the Habitat for Humanity of Coachella Valley Family Selection Committee.  In 2011, Hugh graduated from Leadership Coachella Valley, a program designed to identify, motivate and develop future community leaders.  Prior to his career in the mortgage industry, Hugh performed in various theaters and them parks around Southern California including The Welk Resort, Disneyland, Legoland, South Bay Civic Light Opera, Musical Theater West, and Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, just to name a few.  High and his wife Jeni have three young children and family is one of the most important things in his life.  He believes that the Riverside County Regional park and Open-Space District provides a great service to its communities by providing places where families can share great moments and grow closer together.

     

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    Fourth District - Supervisor Perez

    Rodolfo "Rudy" Cruz-Gutierrez II (Term: 2/8/22-6/30/25) - Vice Chair

    Rodolfo (Rudy) Cruz-Gutierrez II enjoys time with his two boys and wife going to the beach and taking cruises, spending quality family time together. He also spends time advocating for parks and recreation, health, mental health, and juvenile intervention.  Rudy currently sits on the Board for the Desert Recreation District.  In 2000, right after completing 4 years as a Boiler Technician in the US Navy, Rudy entered the staffing industry.  More than 20 years later he is still in the business and feels blessed to work with the most amazing humans.  When not working, Rudy loves meeting new people and learning new things.  Rudy has done onsite recruiting for events such as Coachella Music and Arts Festival, Stagecoach Music Festival, Desert Trip, Phish, Big4, Desert Oasis, and Rhythm Wine and Brews.  Rudy was appointed to the District Advisory Commission in February of 2022 by Supervisor Perez and his term runs through June 2025.

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    Fifth District - Supervisor Gutierrez

    Noah Valdivia (Term: 8/1/23-6/30/25)

    Noah Valdivia is a lifetime resident of Riverside County. Mr. Valdivia was born and raised in the Beaumont-Cherry Valley region. In 2021 Mr. Valdivia graduated from California Polytechnic State University of San Luis Obispio with a B.S. in Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration with a concentration in Sport Management. He is the current Athletic Facilities Coordinator for Beaumont-Cherry Valley Recreation and Park District. Mr. Valdivia was appointed to the District Advisory Commission in August of 2023. He is excited about the opportunity to represent the fifth district and serve the park and open space users throughout the County of Riverside. His past and present experience within the sport and recreation industries will serve him well on the Commission. Mr. Valdivia is an avid golfer, camper and sport enthusiast. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, going on trips, and coordinating sport events. Mr. Valdivia is a firm believer in providing recreation spaces for our regional constituents to enjoy our amazing amenities here in Riverside County Park and Open-Space District.

     

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    Fifth District - Supervisor Gutierrez

    Derrel Thomas (Term: 11/7/2023-6/30/2027)

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    Agendas &  Minutes

    Historical Commission

    The Historical Commission is charged with advising the Board of Supervisors on historic matters within the County of Riverside to discover and identify persons, events, and places of historical importance within the County; to make recommendations relating to the preservation of historic sites and structures; to make recommendations pertaining to the County historical parks, sites, and museums and to encourage their development; and to cooperate with and obtain assistance from related agencies.

    ​The Historical Commission meets bimonthly in the months of January, March, May, July, September, and November, on the third Thursday of that month at 1:30pm. The Commission will meet at various locations throughout the County with accessible facilities within each supervisorial district. 

    ​Those interested in serving on the Historical Commission should contact the Board of Supervisors for their district.

    Current Agenda

    March 21, 2024

    Corona Chamber of Commerce

    904 East Sixth Street, Corona CA 92879

    *All request to speak forms MUST be completed and submitted at least 24 hours in advance.

    Current Minutes

    November 16, 2023

    Archived Minutes & Agendas

    Archived Minutes & Agendas

    See below

    Historic Landmark Nomination Form

    Historic Landmark Criteria

    2023-2024 Roster

    First District - Supervisor Jeffries

    Deborah Newton (Term: 6/28/22-6/30/26)

    Deborah Newton has a passion for history that she shared with her students during her 38 years as a teacher for Riverside Unified School District. Although recently retired from the district, she  has continued working with the district in the development of resources for teaching 3rd grade local history and in training teachers in the implementation of those materials. Her work on the project has given her the opportunity to work with numerous local historians and organizations who have supported the development of the materials. While with the district, she was able to participate in Footsteps to Freedom, which encourages historical empathy. She was an instructor at UC Riverside extension courses for teachers in Gifted and Talented Education and the Multiple Intelligences, as well as in their Expanding Horizons program for youth for many years. Although Deborah has enjoyed researching history since childhood, her interest in Riverside history began when she found links to a family member who arrived in Riverside in 1878. She is a member of the Riverside Historical Society, Old Riverside Foundation, and the Museum of Riverside Program Advisory Team. 

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    First District - Supervisor Jeffries

    Philip Falcone (Term: 07/18/23-6/30/24)

    Philip Falcone has served in various capacities of government and historic preservation within the City of Riverside. He currently serves as Senior Advisor to Riverside Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson, as well as an oral communications professor at California Baptist University, and a freelance researcher/history writer for multiple local publications. Philip’s expertise is in communications, land use, infrastructure, architecture, and historic preservation. Philip is a New Orleans native and relocated to Riverside in 2005. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Art History & Architecture and Gender Studies from University of California, Riverside. Philip then earned a Master of Arts in Strategic Communication with a concentration in Political Communication from California Baptist University. Philip is most passionate about researching and writing on Riverside history and architecture. He is the former chairman of the Riverside Cultural Heritage Board and maintains a strong connection to Riverside’s unique and historic built environment exhibited through his work as a Mission Inn Docent and his service on a dozen other community boards.

     

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    Second District - Supervisor Spiegel

    Don Williamson (Term: 12/13/22-6/30/25)

    Don Williamson spent over forty years in the grocery industry. He worked in various administrative capacities, traveling daily throughout Southern California. Don retired in 2011 and became active in his community, appointed by the Corona City Council to two terms on the Corona Library Board of Trustees. He has served two terms (eight years) on the Riverside County Historical Commission and is currently on his third term, as appointed by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors.  Don has been an active member of the Corona Chamber of Commerce and in 2020 was the organization’s Chairman of the Board of Directors. In 2015, Don founded the non-profit Corona History Association with the goal of ensuring a factual representation of the city’s past. He has also written many articles on various topics of local interest, co-authored a book about the history of the Corona-Norco Unified School District and continues to provide frequent presentations to schools and organizations about his beloved “Circle City” Corona, California.

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    Second District - Supervisor Spiegel

    Joyce Hohenadl (Term: 8/29/23-6/30/26)

    Joyce Hohenadl has been a member of the Historical Commission since 2006 and has served in previous years as both Chair and Vice-Chair. Joyce is a retired U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer and former Real Estate Deputy Commissioner ll for the Department of Real Estate. She is Chairman on the Lake Elsinore Historical Preservation Advisory Committee and Treasurer of the Lake Elsinore Citizens Committee. Mrs. Hohenadl is Secretary, Lake Elsinore Historical Society and helped in locating, researching, organizing and proofreading for the Postcard History Series of Lake Elsinore. She has obtained five Riverside County Historical Markers for buildings in Lake Elsinore. She served as State Preservation Chairman and District XI Chaplain for the Daughters of the American Revolution. As a member of the Luiseno Chapter, Temecula Valley, NSDAR, she served as Regent, First Vice Regent and is currently Second Vice Regent.

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    Third District - Supervisor Washington

    Bonnie Martland (Term: 7/1/2023-6/30/27)

    Bonnie’s love of history began early, encouraged to learn about and appreciate our country’s past. Bonnie met her husband while both were serving as Army officers during Vietnam. After her Army service she earned a BA in History and Journalism at Long Beach State University, two teaching credentials and an MA in Educational Administration. Bonnie taught for 32 years in the areas of history and art and served terms as President of the Temecula Teacher’s Association and was Temecula teacher of the Year. Since retiring, Bonnie has served as President, and Board member of the Temecula Valley Historical Society, and President, Board member, and docent, for the Temecula Valley Museum. She has done numerous presentations, articles, and living history programs on local history. A musician and artist, she is committed to keeping alive and relevant the history, music and cultural heritage of those who came before us. 

     

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    Third District - Supervisor Washington

    Stacia Deutsch (Term: 5/2/2023-6/30/25)

    Stacia is an ordained Reform rabbi, but her clergy career got sidetracked when she discovered a love for writing. Over the past twenty years, she’s written nearly 300 children’s books and been on the New York Times bestseller list several times. Life as an author started with her own, award winning, Blast to the Past series about four kids who time travel and meet famous people in history. This was where her love for history first revealed itself.  While her writing resume includes many movie novelizations, stories for Lego Ninjago, Spirit Riding Free, and The Friendship Code for Girls Who Code, research and writing historical novels is Stacia’s passion. Following a desire to become locally involved, Stacia currently serves on the board of the Temecula Valley Historical Society and volunteers for their school program at Vail Ranch. Additionally, Stacia serves on the Race, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI) Commission for the city of Temecula. 

     

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    Fourth District - Supervisor Perez

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    Fifth District - Supervisor Gutierrez

    Steve Lech (Term: 5/23/2023-6/30/27) - Chair

    Steve Lech is a native Riversider who has been interested in the local history of Riverside County for more than 40 years.  He has written or co-written 15 books on various topics related to Riverside County history, including Along the Old Roads – A History of the Portion of Southern California That Became Riverside County, 1772-1893, considered to be the definitive history of Riverside County.  He co-authors the weekly “Back in the Day” column for the Press-Enterprise newspaper in which he explores many aspects of local history throughout western Riverside County.  He has been a docent at the historic Mission Inn hotel for 35 years, is currently the Director of Docent Training for the Mission Inn Foundation, and is the past chair of the Riverside County Historical Commission and the City of Riverside’s Cultural Heritage Board.

     

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    Fifth District - Supervisor Gutierrez

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    Member at Large

    Kim Jarrell Johnson (Term 9/14/2021-6/30/25) - Vice Chair

    Kim Jarrell Johnson was appointed to the At-Large position on the Historical Commission in 2017. Kim is a life-long resident of Jurupa Valley and has worked in local government in the areas of land use planning, park planning, and historic preservation. She has served as a planning commissioner for the city of Jurupa Valley and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Jurupa Area Recreation and Park District. Kim has had a life-long fascination with history. She has authored six books on local history topics, has written local history columns for newspapers in the area for over 13 years, and currently serves on the board of the Riverside Historical Society.

     

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    Agendas & Minutes

    Minutes

      2024

      • January 18, 2024 (coming soon)
      • March 21, 2024 (coming soon)

      2023

      • November 16, 2023 (coming soon)
      • September 21, 2023
      • August 10, 2023 (special meeting)
      • July 20, 2023 (canceled, no quorum)
      • May 18, 2023 (canceled, no quorum)
      • March 16, 2023 (canceled, no quorum)
      • January 19, 2023 (canceled, no quorum)

      2022

      • November 17, 2022 (canceled, no quorum)
      • September 15, 2022 (canceled, no quorum)
      • July 20, 2022 (canceled, no quorum)
      • May 19, 2022
      • March 17, 2022 (canceled, no quorum)
      • January 20, 2022

      2021

      2020

      • No Minutes
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      2019

      2018

      2017

      2016

      2015

      Idyllwild Historic Preservation District

      The Idyllwild Historic Preservation District was established by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors in 1979 for recognition, protection, preservation, enhancement, perpetuation and use of sites and structures within the district having historic significance.   

      Current Agenda

      July 27, 2023

      (July 27th meeting was canceled due to lack of quorum.)

      12:00 pm at Idyllwild Branch Library

      54401 Village Center Dr.

      Idyllwild-Pine Cove, CA 92549

      *All request to speak forms MUST be completed and submitted at least 24 hours in advance.

      Current Minutes

      October 28, 2021

      Archived Minutes & Agendas

      Archived Minutes & Agendas

      See below

      2022-2023 Roster

      Terry Shirley - Chair

      Terry received a BA in Political Science from San Diego State University.  Until retiring in 2017, he worked in marketing and promotions with the consumer packaged goods industry as a VP of Sales.   While a resident of San Diego, Terry was very active with local community organizations, serving as a board member and Treasurer for the College Area Community Council, and Chairman of the Mesa Colony Community Group.  He worked with government officials, the business community, and SDSU, to help advance the interests and needs of area residents.   Terry and his wife Annie moved to beautiful Idyllwild full-time after retirement in 2017 and are committed to serving their new hometown.

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      Warren Monroe

      Warren is a founding member of the Idyllwild Historical Preservation District (IHPD) Local Review Board (LRB) and is the current Chairman.  He has been active in many Idyllwild organizations including the Associates of Idyllwild Arts Academy, Idyllwild Nature Center, Idyllwild Garden Club, Friends of the Idyllwild Library, and USFS Black Mountain Lookout Tower Lookout Host.

      Warren is a retired Aerospace Engineering Manager and worked for Douglas Aircraft Co. and Hughes Aircraft for 40 years.  He has served as an elected member and VP of the Board of Directors of the Idyllwild Water District for 12 years.  Also, Warren has volunteered for many organizations including:

      – Orange Empire Railway Museum, Perris, CA, 20 years, as a locomotive engineer, trolley motorman, dispatcher and instructor;

      – Redland Community Hospital, 20 years (many positions including President of the Auxiliary);

      – California Highway Patrol, Senior Volunteer Program, in support of the CHP Idyllwild Resident Office, 4 years

      – City of Villa Park Community Access TV, 12 years, built, operated and directed CATV studio, live and recorded programming.

      Warren has a BSEE degree from Purdue University, Business Management Program from UCLA,  completed  coursework for MS in Management Science at CSULB.  He and his wife, Marcia, have lived in Idyllwild full-time for 20 years and part-time for 8 years before that.  He is a member and Elder of the Idyllwild Community Presbyterian Church.

       

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      Stephanie Yost

      Stephanie Yost received a B.A. in Communications Studies from UCLA in 1984, and until 1987, produced recorded music, live shows, and television commercials with her then-husband while living in Rancho Mirage. Following a visit to the San Jacinto mountains, they moved their studio and residence “up the Hill” to Idyllwild and Pine Cove. Leaving the area in 1990, Stephanie switched directions to attend Southwestern University School of Law, receiving her J.D. in 1994, and then clerking on the 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. She began her law career as a media litigator at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, and then became an IP/new media transactional attorney at Troy & Gould. In 2000, Stephanie joined Neopets, Inc., owner and operator of the popular kids’ website Neopets.com, as General Counsel. After Neopets was sold in 2005 to Viacom, Inc., she remained with the same management team as they founded the education technology company Age of Learning, Inc. From 2007-2015, Stephanie served as EVP of Content and General Counsel, during which time they launched their flagship product, ABCmouse.com and, in 2019, Adventure Academy. In 2015, Stephanie returned to her production roots, serving as Sr. EVP of Content Production and Design until 2018, and currently as Executive Producer, where she produces the company’s music and provides creative leadership for content development. She is a member of SAG-AFTRA and NARAS, as well as a Grammy nominee. Having never forgotten her love of the mountains, in 2008 Stephanie and her husband Steve Olson purchased a cabin in Idyllwild. In 2015, they purchased a full-time home, which they renovated and moved into in 2017. In January 2019, Stephanie joined the Board of Directors of the non-profit Idyllwild Community Center, and has served as its president from July 2019 to the present.

      Mostly recently, in March 2021 Stephanie was appointed a Commissioner of the Riverside County Children and Families Commission (First 5 Riverside) by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors.

       

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      David Cutter

      David Cutter was born in Berkeley, California and graduated from Stanford University in 1974 with a B.A. in Economics.  He was a commercial banker for 27 years in both California and Oregon, holding senior positions in marketing and commercial lending. 

      ​He obtained his Certified Financial PlannerTM designation in 1999 and was employed by Merrill Lynch for nearly two years before joining a small, boutique financial planning firm in Palm Desert in 2004.  He “mostly” retired in 2017 but still helps a few clients as a Registered Investment Advisor. 

      David and his wife, Barbara (Babz), bought a second home in Pine Cove in 2010 and moved full-time to Idyllwild in 2018.  They share their home with Harry the terrorist terrier and Cosmo the cat.  Both are rescues from Living Free Animal Sanctuary, of which David and Babz are ardent supporters.  David is the current President of the Rotary Club of Idyllwild and has chaired its Labor Day Barbecue for the past three events.

       

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      Agendas & Minutes

      Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve Plateau Management Committee

      2023-2024 Roster

      • Richard Kim, California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW)
      • James Thiede, United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) 
      • Zach Principe, The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
      • Alex Marks, Metroplitan Water District (MWD)
      • Dustin McLain, Riverside County Regional Park & Open-Space District (RivCoParks) 

      Current Agenda

      March 6, 2023 

      10:00am-11:30am

      Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve

      39400 Clinton Keith Rd, Murrieta, CA 92562

      *Click here for agenda. Requests for public comments MUST be submitted 24 hours prior by e-mail to: [email protected]

      Current Minutes

      December 7, 2022

      Archived Minutes & Agendas

      Archived Minutes & Agendas

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      Agendas & Minutes

      Trails Committee

      The Riverside County Trails Committee was established in 1988 with the purpose of advising and making recommendations concerning the acquisition, maintenance and promotion of all multi-use trails in Riverside County.

      ​The last official meeting of the Trails Committee was October 23, 2019.  The work of the Trails Committee has now been combined into RivCoPark's District Advisory Commission. 

      Final Agenda

      October 23, 2019

      Final Minutes

      October 23, 2019

      Archived Minutes & Agendas

      Archived Minutes & Agendas

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      Agendas & Minutes