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The Palomar Mountain Planning Organization
(PMPO) is a nonprofit, membership organization established in the early
1980's to help develop planning goals and proposals for the Palomar
Mountain Community. The organization provides guidelines for future
economic, social and physical development of the community
The next PMPO Board Meeting will be the Annual General Meeting. It will be May 27th, 2017 at 10am (after the Annual Pancake breakfast)
P.O. Box 145
Palomar Action Committee
PAC, now a subcommittee of the PMPO, meets about every other week to investigate and act upon issues of concern to the Palomar Mountain Community.
Do you have ideas
or pet peeves that someone should ACT upon?
Let any of the members know.
The PAC is the PMPO's way
to be more available and responsive to the needs of the Community. The
Palomar Action Committee was established by joint resolution based on
discussions in 2005. Its first meeting was January 27, 2006 with two
PMVFD members, two CCPM members and one independent. During that time
its initial focus of facilitating the Community Center, bore fruit.
Countless person-days of work yielded untold tens of thousands of
dollars of benefit for the PMVFD and CCPM as it solicited and realized
donations of cash, real and personal property. The group was responsible
for the elimination of a cloud on the title to the PMVFD property,
procured a free survey of the PMVFD site and days of valuable
professional expertise in building design, law, tax and real property
areas toward the improvement of the PMVFD properties and the
manifestation of a more functional, and now nearly completed Community
In 2008 the PAC was 'adopted' by the PMPO so that it could supplement its quarterly meeting schedule with a subset of its members; Earl Walls, Bruce Graves and Bonnie Phelps, joined by 'independents:' Jerry Fisher and Tom Burton.
Currently on its "plate" are: Working to resolve the Dual Survey problem Tracking the County's General Plan Amendment Exploring alternatives to the proposed SDGE power outage in times of high fire risk Investigating the proposal for a Pala race track The Palomar Easement Project Collecting information on the Poomacha fire Volunteer Fire Watch program institution
The PAC task list has over fifty completed projects or investigations and looking forward to checking off more action items to benefit the Mountain!
PAC Board Members: Tom Burton, Chair Earl Walls Bruce Graves Jerry Fisher Bonnie Phelps