1Let's start with a visit to Wildomar Marketplace. The event was at Marna O'Brien park and they got a couple of hours in before the weather interfered.
|The first hour of the event.|
|Even the threat of rain couldn't deter these shoppers.☺|
At this point, the rain was getting to be more than could be tolerated.
Their last event date had to be cancelled due to the Holy Fire in Lake Elsinore. The next scheduled date for Wildomar Marketplace will be in December and held at the Elks Lodge.
|Looking east from Monte Vista.|
|Live on the scene on October 7th giving details of the heavy equipment activity.|
Though the official city facebook page is still in the tinkering stage, you can always go to it and like/follow it now. That way, when it launches, you'll already be there.
Use this link
Wildomar City facebook page
New Bus Shelter at the corner of Central and Palomar. The project, including the new curb and gutter, was paid for by RTA.
|Now passengers will have a safe place to wait for the bus.|
|During early construction on September 26th.|
|As it looked on September 28th.|
It's definitely political sign season.
|Traveling east on Central before it changes to Baxter.|
I didn't drive through the whole city, but I saw at least a dozen signs on the Central/Baxter/Monte Vista/Bundy Canyon/Mission Trail/Palomar loop. Someone was a busy bee last night.
On November 6th, the voters will decide whether or not to charge an additional penny per dollar sales tax increase in town.
(hint: I'm in favor of it)
Even more campaign signs.
In the race to plaster every last square inch with junky signs, McBride is the easy winner, with Bianco coming in a not too distant second. Though George Cambero has earned honorable mention with a flurry of additional signs over the last couple of weeks. (I love ya George, but even you hate all those signs)☺
I have it on good authority that candidate Joseph Morabito has promised to have his signs down BEFORE the end of election day. The rules allow up to ten days after to remove them, but why even wait that long?
If you need to campaign after 3pm on election day, you might have made a miscalculation or two along the way.
A "The SWAG" Fundraiser will be at The Corporate Room (link to map). The cost is $35 and you're supposed to show up in a costume. If you don't have a costume, and you're coming as a couple, dress as your partner and see if that'll work. ☺
I'm putting the final touches on a blog about The SWAG (Social Worker Action Group). Until it gets uploaded (hopefully tomorrow), know that they are a nonprofit that is working with the City of Wildomar to address the issues of homelessness in town.
6Now for a just because it's funny photo.
|Located at the Baxter-Central curve.|
Maybe the salesman hasn't been near the phone or something, because I can't imagine how this steal of a deal has been overlooked by so many passersby at this killer location.
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