Fighting For You At City Hall!

Two of Councilman Alan Lee's granddaughters on the steps of City Hall - On the lessons of standing up to bullies!

Did You Hear Alan Is Angry!?

The powerful vacation rental industry attacks Councilman Alan Lee. Councilman Lee refuses to bend, bow or buckle, He will stay true to his community.

Big Bear K Mart: The Untold Story

Big Bear Lake Councilman Alan Lee's Animation Review of the Big Bear Lake K-mart Closure & the Grocery Outlet Debacle

The Big Bear Post

May 18, 2022

Big Bear Lake residents will get to decide the fate of the community. According to a report from City officials, the proponents for the Citizens' Initiative have qualified to be on the November ballot.

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March 2, 2022

The Big Bear Lake City Council, when sitting as the Big Bear Lake Fire Protection District, rewards itself quietly and richly. A review of the official minutes covering the calendar year 2020 and 2021 shows the meetings, on average, lasted just seven (7) minutes.

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February 16, 2022

At its February 7, 2022, meeting, the City Council increased the pay of its political appointees at the City's DWP Board of Commissioners to $250 an hour. 

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February 2

According to the reports, in the late midnight hour on October 16th, Big Bear Lake resident, Lori Hutchins was attacked at her front door. She was assaulted by a drunken and belligerent short-term vacation rental guest from the house next door.

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January 19, 2022

It was formally announced at the January 11th Big Bear Lake City Council meeting, that the City lost its high-profile legal dispute regarding the controversial development of what would have been the third grocery store in Big Bear Lake. A divided City Council voted 3-2 to approve the addition of another grocery store at the site right next to Stater Bros. and across from Vons. . . 

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January 5, 2022

At its December 2021 meeting, the City Council of Big Bear Lake voted 4-1 to grant the City Manager a $20,000 pay bonus. Councilman Lee was the lone dissenting vote to oppose the bonus. Councilman Lee objected to the additional salary enhancement by pointing out that the City Manager, Mr. Frank Rush, had been employed by the City for less than 2 years, and had already received three (3) pay raises in that short period of time. . .

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