By Staff Reports
(Hesperia)– San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Vice Chair Robert Lovingood’s next meeting with community members is planned for April 19 in Hesperia and will touch on issues from public safety to the economic outlook and other regional issues.
“We’re seeing that crime and homelessness are declining and jobs and the local economy are picking up,” Lovingood said. “Overall crime in Hesperia dropped 15 percent in 2015, and burglaries in the City are down by 30 percent in one year.”
Lovingood said he will touch on the economy and some new ways San Bernardino County is working to strengthen the manufacturing sector. He also noted that home values in the Hesperia/Oak Hills region have recovered nicely, with one-third of the Hesperia homes on the market selling in March, with an average price of $118 per square foot.
The “Lovingood Listens” meeting is set for 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 19 at the San Bernardino County Hesperia Library Community Room, 9650 Seventh Avenue in Hesperia. To RSVP, please call (760) 995-8100 or email SupervisorLovingood@sbcounty.gov. Follow Vice Chair Lovingood on Facebook at www.facebook.com/robert.lovingood.7.