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Get In The Know With My5LA

Follow Jose Mier’s Simple Recommendations Sun Valley California residents know all too well that improvements to Interstate 5 have been ongoing for the past few years and are not scheduled for completion for another few years. All it takes is a quick trip on Interstate 5 to see the work that is currently being done. […]

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Finally A Smoother Ride Through Sun Valley

Jose Mier Praises New I-5 Pavement Coming on the heels of my last post regarding my5LA, Caltrans recently issued a statement alerting Sun Valley residents and other travelers there may be intermittent delays in the Sun Valley area on Interstate 5. In addition to updates we receive from my5LA, Caltrans also tweets on Twitter. Their […]

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Wet Winter? Could I Have Been Too Hasty?

Jose Mier Mulls His Farmer’s Almanac Assessment Let me be clear, this isn’t really a retraction, rather I’m putting things on hold. Originally in the Jose Mier Farmer’s Almanac post of October 7, I reiterated the Almanac’s prediction of a cold and wet winter for Sun Valley. Later, due to the jumping temperatures reaching almost […]

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Sun Valley Transportation Options

Take a Ride on Metrolink with Jose Mier I’ve always said that Sun Valley California is a great place to live and one of the reasons is we have a lot of public transportation options. One of those is the Metrolink. We’re lucky because we have our own Metrolink stop right here in Sun Valley. […]

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When Will Sun Valley Schools Reopen?

No Link Found Between Reopen and COVID Resurgence Sun Valley schools remain closed to in person learning, however 32 of California’s 58 Counties have allowed schools to reopen into recent study shows that there is no link between reopening of K–12 classrooms in an increase in coronavirus infections. Of course Los Angeles County Schools remain […]

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Farmer’s Almanac and Sun Valley Weather

Jose Mier: No Need to Rush Out to Buy a Copy Well, we are approaching the midpoint of October and yours truly is sitting here with the air conditioning running. In fact, the Sun Valley California forecast as for mid 90s for the next few days. I’m sitting here bemused with my copy of the […]

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SoCal Fires Continue to Burn

Will Sun Valley Air Be Affected By Santa Ana Winds? As you know the nearby Bobcat fire continues to burn, aided by dry, drought conditions and the fact that the fire is in mountainous, inaccessible areas. But this fire is not the only fire that continues to burn and plague Southern California. The El Dorado […]

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Sun Valley 2021 Weather

Who to Believe Sun Valley has seen some extreme weather this year. As we move into October it looks as though the worst is behind us, but our fingers remain crossed. August and September subjected Sun Valley to record breaking temperatures and heat which only increased the drought conditions and the ability of fires to […]

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Hiking Protocols During COVID-19

Better Bring Your Coronavirus Checklist Remember the days when you could enjoy life and go outside to get some fresh air and exercise? Yeah, those were the days, I tell you. I wrote a few articles not so long ago about how Sun Valley was such a great place given that we have such ready […]

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Mapping Sun Valley

Exploring the LA Times Map with Jose Mier I’ve cooled down somewhat since my last Jose Mier Sun Valley rant. Oh I’m still frustrated that certain news sites only allow me too view a few articles before paying a subscription, but there’s an exception: the Los Angeles times maps page. Even I, Jose Mier, as […]