State gives Kern $2.7M for parks—does FP pond get any?

  • [Photo by Gary Meyer]

    [Photo by Gary Meyer]

Supervisor Zack Scrivner may pitch in to help

By Gary Meyer, TME

After Frazier Park area residents invested many days and hours last year to prepare a Frazier Mountain Park Masterplan and submit an application for state Proposition 68 funding, the news last week that our town had not been allocated any of the $2.7 million awarded to Kern County was hard to take.

But the news isn’t all bad.

Senior County Administrative Officer Carl Brewer told The Mountain Enterprise on August 23: “The effort was not a waste, though, as now we have a fully developed and updated masterplan for this space. We will be diligent in searching for additional funding opportunities to make progress on this project.”

District 2 County Supervisor Zack Scrivner’s Field Representative BJ Saidi said…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

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Will happy days be here again? Fishing at the pond was a source of joy for locals and big-city visitors.

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This is part of the September 2, 2022 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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