The Golden Hills Community Services District is holding its first monthly Saturday special board meeting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 5.
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The Tehachapi News presents the News@Noon for April 2, 2014
The National Weather Service predicts snow showers to continue until the early afternoon on Wednesday, April 2, with possible thunderstorms for areas in the Kern County Mountains.
April events at the Tehachapi Branch of the Kern County Library include the following
The search for a new leader for the Tehachapi Unified School District continues with members of the district Board of Trustees planning a special meeting to go over results of a community survey recently conducted.
Several school teachers took to the podium during the public comments portion of the Tehachapi Unified School District's regular board meeting held March 25. Emotional pleas were made by the teachers towards board members concerning the 2.5 percent pay raise they are seeking, with no furloughs.
Old Towne Tehachapi business owners could be the next beneficiaries of the county's grant program, Renewable Energy Neighborhood Enhancement Wind Business Investment Zone, or RENEWBIZ.
Leaky roofs, interior roads and the need for a new Central Kitchen at the California Correctional Institution at Tehachapi were identified as problems by the Kern County Jury during a recent visit to the state prison at Tehachapi.
"Where have all the flowers gone?" is the theme for a water conservation event set for Wednesday, April 9.
A pancake breakfast will be held Saturday, April 12, from 8 to 11 a.m., at the Tehachapi Veterans Hall located on "F" Street. Proceeds will go to help Tracey Reese with medical bills.
The American Cancer Society will be holding Bark for Life, a canine event to fight cancer. The relay will begin on Saturday May 3 at Railroad Park in Downtown Tehachapi. Registration is at 9 a.m., with the walk starting at 10 a.m.
More than 60 residents of Golden Hills gathered last week to help guide the development of a conceptual site for Meadowbrook Park, which many agree is in much need of a makeover.