Fawnskin Flyer Readership Grows

I am constantly floored when I eventually get around to checking the statistics for this site. This month the readership has grown by over 30%. In addition to local readers, visitors have come in from:

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Nice, France
London, England
Canada (three different locations)
and Australia.

Very cool. To those of you visiting from outside of the United States…and those of you from around the USA…please take a moment to leave a comment and tell us about yourself.

Friends of Fawnskin
I don’t know if any of you saw these links but they relate to the recent ruling on the Marina Point Development and I thought you might want to take a gander.

Center for Biological Diversity v. Marina Point Development Associates

Los Angeles Times Story on the Fawnskin Development Judgment

Don’t forget about the fundraising yard sale for the Friends of Fawnskin this weekend at the Triangle.

Landon Orcutt
For those of you who have emailed regarding an update on Landon Orcutt, I am still awaiting a response from Tiffany at the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station on this missing person.

Fawn Park
I have a smart a** commentary on this whole issue but am waiting for responses from key community members. One comment submitted by a reader asked for the park owner to address the community concerns via the Fawnskin Flyer. If he is reading, please post any comments or email me from the contact page.

Fawnskin Business Interest Continued
Yesterday a few of us chatted over what types of businesses are needed in the community. “A really good ice cream parlor” and a gas station located in Fawnskin were two of the more popular dialogs. Both of these businesses used to be on the North Shore. I’ve heard the scream for ice cream over and over again. Maybe a coffee house AND ice cream palor–two for one. We can really get locals and young children amped up.

Many people don’t realize just how many businesses operate out of Fawnskin. In addition to the store frontage we have a multitude of service businesses and specialties throughout the area. In fact, most of the business owners do not have store fronts.

For instance, Gill Ministries still maintains their Fawnskin address but the building is up for sale. Joyce Gill references their new building location on her news page but I am not certain of where exactly this is. Anyway know the scoop? They have the Mountain Top Encounter event on the South Shore coming up in the next couple of weeks.

Fawnskin businesses include writers, two publishing houses, a private eye and numerous contractors and artisans. If you have a unique business or service and live in Fawnskin, please post what type of business you operate below.



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