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As Temperatures Soar: Tips from Kaiser Permanente Define Heat Stroke Symptoms vs Heat Exhaustion

Hello! As temperatures across the Southland continue to soar (especially in the Antelope Valley), I thought you might find the attached infographic and below tips useful. Please feel free to use! Kaiser Permanente physicians are available to give you tips, answer health trending questions and can be available in-studio. Please follow our new Media-Only Twitter…

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Final Call on Leadership Ridgecrest Applications

The deadline for getting a Leadership Ridgecrest Application to the Chamber office has been extended to Friday, July 20, 2018 at 5pm. Please have any potential applicant from your organization complete the fillable pdf Application at Leadership Ridgecrest Application. The completed application needs to be emailed to LeadershipRidgecrest@RidgecrestChamber.com before 5pm this Friday. If an applicant is chosen for the 2018-2019 Leadership Ridgecrest…

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5th District Photo Contest- Ends July 23

LA County’s 5th district office is hosting a photo contest to capture summer fun around the 5th District. To enter, just take a photo at a location in the Fifth District like a County park, pool, lake, or library and share it on Facebook or Twitter with #FifthDistrictFun. Please feel free to share with members in the…

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New greenhouses producing tomatoes slated to open this fall in Cummings Valley

By: Cara Jackson | July 12, 2018 | Tehachapi News Advanced ways of growing tomatoes are ever expanding in Cummings Valley near Tehachapi. Millennium Pacific Greenhouses is finishing up construction of 15 acres of greenhouse buildings at 26313 Giraudo Road to grow tomatoes on the vine using advanced technology for year-round production. “Our plan on…

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Yesterday, SCAG’s Executive/Administration Committee approved release of two updated transportation plans for a 30-day public review and comment period, which will run from July 10 through Aug. 8 In partnership with state and local agencies, SCAG has developed a Draft 2019 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP), which includes a comprehensive list of transportation investment priorities in the…

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Census 2020 – California Complete Count Regional Convening in Antelope Valley

Census 2020 – California Complete Count Regional Convening in Antelope Valley Chimbole Cultural Center, Primrose Room 38350 Sierra Highway, Palmdale, CA 93550 July 25, 2018 | 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Meeting Registration at 8:30 a.m. Dear Antelope Valley Stakeholder, The California Complete Count team for Census 2020 in partnership with the California Community Foundation and the County of Los Angeles…

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L.A. County Selects Leadership for Bioscience Promotion Agency

By: Dana Bartholomew | San Fernando Valley Business Journal | July 6, 2018 Los Angeles County has appointed two executives to launch a new agency to promote the bioscience industry, officials announced July 5. The county’s Chief Executive Office named Dr. Brad Spellberg, chief medical officer at LAC+USC Medical Center, along with Douglas Baron, of…

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Notice of General Municipal Election in City of Palmdale

PALMDALE – The City of Palmdale’s City Clerk’s Office has announced that a General Municipal Election will be held in the City of Palmdale on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 for the office of Mayor and two City Council seats. The Mayor’s seat is a citywide election for a full term of two years. The two City Council…

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Renewable Natural Gas Produced in California by CR&R Flows into SoCalGas Pipelines for First Time

Locally-produced carbon-neutral renewable fuel harnesses wasted energy, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and conserves landfill space. LOS ANGELES, July 2, 2018 – Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) and waste management company CR&R Environmental (CR&R) today announced they are now injecting renewable natural gas produced at CR&R’s anaerobic digestion facility in Perris, Calif., into SoCalGas pipelines. This…

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Valley booming, but needs housing

By Jim Skeen | Antelope Valley Press | Saturday, June 23, 2018 LANCASTER- The Antelope Valley’s economy is booming, but a lack of housing is starting to become impediment. That was among the messages that came from presentation by economic development professionals during a luncheon gathering of the Greater Antelope Valley Economic Alliance. Speaking at…

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