MBCA Annual Meeting - Seeking Housing Solutions for the Morongo Basin

Video & Media Files Coming Soon! Thanks for attending!
Continuing our concerns for a Morongo Basin that is environmentally and economically healthy, our annual meeting program will be devoted to understanding and exploring the realities of the current housing imbalance in the Basin. Local governments will be represented and we believe there will be positive ideas resulting from the information-sharing and dialogue. Among the guest speakers are:

Frank Luckino, Twentynine Palms City Manager
Curtis Yakimow, Yucca Valley Town Manager
Dawn Rowe, Third District Supervisor and Chair of the Board, San Bernardino County Supervisors
David Smith, Superintendent, Joshua Tree National Park
Daren Otten, President, Copper Mountain College
Astrid Johnson, Morongo Basin ARCH
Wayne Hamilton, Morongo Unified School District

There is no charge to attend, but we request an RSVP (see below) as we will be providing a light breakfast and lunch.

The entire program will be recorded and the video available on our website shortly after the event. Our Press Release provides additional details. We hope to see you there!
January 21, 2023 at 9:30am - 2pm
Yucca Valley Community Center
57090 Twentynine Palms Hwy
Yucca Valley, CA 92284
United States
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