Doughnuts and coffee were on the menu as State Assemblyman Tom Lackey led a casual discussion, about local and state issues, Saturday at the Phelan Senior Center. Hosted by the Phelan Piñon Hills CSD, the event was an opportunity for the Assemblyman to field questions about local concerns as well as matters of the state. CLICK HERE TO read the full artical OR CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Mojave Water Agency held their second High Desert Water Summit bringing 200 water agency members into one forum. Keynote speaker, California EPA Undersecretary brought to the meeting a draft of the state’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act recently developed by Governor Brown in an effort to grasp the immediacy of implementing a statewide water conservation and storage matrix that will help with current and future water needs..CLICK HERE TO read about Water management OR CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Serrano entered league play with an eight-game winning streak as they squared off against Apple Valley Sun Devils Tuesday afternoon on the road. According to head coach Joe Knowlton, Saxon Andross led the way as the Diamondbacks won 15-1, bringing the winning streak to nine. CLICK HERE TO read the full artical OR CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Headline News for the week of April 9, 2015
How does the drought affect the Tri-Community?
The PPHCSD is the only local water provider subject to the adjudication, which already has a 20% restriction in place.
Wrightwood’s Golden State Water Company is not a government agency like the PPHCSD, yet they are regulated under the State’s California Public Utilities Commission. Read the complete story. . . Click Here
Access to Phelan Historic Trail in jeopardy
Many have aligned themselves with Gabriel and Baker voicing their concern about an OHV trail that the San Bernardino National Forest is in process of developing on forestry land within the same area and crosses the historic Sanford Trail. Read the complete story. . . Click Here
Tri Community celebrates Easter
Timberline Lions put on another great breakfast on Easter morning.
At the Hollis M. Stewart Children’s Park Wrightwood Chamber of Commerce hosted a hunt for eggs