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BOTTOM LINE… Don’t Give Up On Berdoo!! – Part 2

The San Bernardino City election is partially over and there is the expected run-off for mayor; however, City Council members have been selected. Don’t “hate” on the winners, especially if your chosen candidate did not win. The election is not about creating a winning candidate. It is about electing a candidate that will make the city a winner. If your candidate did not win you still have a representative that needs your input, not to just complain, but to help with solutions.  Regardless of who is in City Hall, we each have the ability to help the City of San Bernardino.
I suggest that we start with the one thing that we each can control, which is our individual attitudes.  Our attitudes are truly the only thing that we should expect to control.  We cannot control everything that happens, but we can control how we respond.  It is not important that you did or did not vote for the winning candidate, what matters in that you dedicate yourself to being properly served.  Write and congratulate the winner and explain how anxious you are to help. Request a written list of priorities and at the same time make your suggestions as what should be on the list.  If you don’t know what you want, how will you recognize it?
The city of San Bernardino will ultimately survive and thrive. Will you be a benefit to its rise from the ashes or will you be attracted to the distractions and eventually give up your stake to the benefit of some opportunistic interloper?  I say, “Don’t give up on Berdoo!”

LOU PRODUCTIONS COLUMN ARTIST REVIEW: YOUNG STRESS

Young Stress

Young Stress

What it do Inland Empire!

It’s ya girl, LUE and I’m back with this week’s artist review. This week I am happy to feature one of the hottest Hip-hop artists from the Inland Empire, Gerald Martin also known as YOUNG STRESS. When it comes down to performing and getting the crowd going this artist always delivers.

YOUNG STRESS is a  rapper, producer and engineer who was born in San Bernardino, California. He started music at the tender age of 5. Coming up under his father who was an amazing pianist and his talented uncles, Young Stress learned how to play the drums and piano by ear. Realizing his talents, his parents and older sisters kept him involved with music. At the age of 17, he learned how to produce his own beats. After mastering the skill of producing he began to write, rap and perform.

This young man has been on several radio shows and has performed throughout Southern California and beyond. When it comes to having faithful and devoted followers, believe me when I say, he got it. I’ve seen him pack a house first hand. He drives the young ladies crazy with his looks, locks and lyrics. If you haven’t heard his hit “Kurt Covian”, you must check it out. A crowd pleaser fo’ sho’. Make sure you remember the name because this artist is going places.

 

For more information on this talent artist please look him up under “YOUNG STRESS”, on Facebook, Reverbnation and Soundcloud. Until next week!

San Bernardino City Unified School District is Hiring

SAN BERNARDINO, CA-  The San Bernardino City Unified School District is looking to fill Groundsworker, HVACR Mechanic, School Police Officer and Educational Interpreter III positions. Groundsworker positions pay from $2,703.26 to $3,288.92 per month. HVACR Mechanic positions pay between $3,628.44 and $4,414.54 per month. School Police Officer positions earn from $3,699.50 to $4,501.00 per month. Educational Interpreter III positions pay between $19.07 and $23.20 an hour. Benefits for all positions include paid holidays, sick leave, and vacation days; medical, dental, and vision insurance; and retirement. Benefits are based on a 40-hour workweek. Groundsworker applications must be submitted before midnight on Sunday, November 3. HVACR Mechanic and School Police Officer applications are due before midnight on Sunday, November 10. Late applications will not be accepted. Applicants for all positions must have a valid California driver’s license. Educational Interpreter III applicants must be fluent in sign language. View the job flyers at www.sbcusd.com/employment for additional minimum experience and qualifications. Only online applications will be accepted. Free computer access is available for applicants at the Personnel Commission office and the District’s Family Resource Center. All applicants must be willing to submit to a pre-employment drug/alcohol screening, background check, and T.B. (tuberculosis) screening. For more information, call the Personnel Commission at 909-381-1280 or visit www.sbcusd.com/employment.