Evicted from its traditional site in Los Angeles County and rebuffed in an attempt to move to Ventura County, the Renaissance Pleasure Faire apparently has found a home in San Bernardino County. The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors will vote today on a proposal to hold the colorful annual re-creation of Elizabethan England this spring in a park south of the intersection of Interstates 15 and 215, northwest of San Bernardino. Earlier this month, fair officials withdrew an application to hold the event on a site in eastern Ventura County because of opposition from residents worried about traffic. Organizers said they were invited to use the 1,425-acre Glen Helen Regional Park by the San Bernardino County Convention and Visitors Bureau. Dan Stark, director of the convention bureau, said fair officials have agreed to pay $60,000 to rent the park for seven consecutive weekends beginning May 13.