Honest, folks, if you're tired of reading my rantings about open government, the Brown Act and public access to information having to do with our government, I can assure you that I'm even more tired of writing about it.
Congratulations to the City of Tehachapi on the opening of the new police station on West "C" Street. The dedication ceremony last Friday included a tour, speeches, music from our local school bands and a Tehachapi favorite — refreshments!
Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop and Outlook are some of the most popular software that we use every day. If you are just starting a brand new business or looking to learn how software works, the software that is most popular is also highly priced.
Almost all crimes in Tehachapi, as well as other cities, are “crimes of opportunity.” As examples, leaving something in your yard that mysteriously grows legs and walks away or leaving something visible in your car with your doors locked or unlocked (and finding it missing the next day).
Believe it or not, it's only 51 days until the 51st Tehachapi Mountain Festival, and I know that the days will fly by.
If you use a computer, then you have undoubtedly heard the term "cookies" in the past. Anything from clearing your cookies to downloading more or not enough has likely come up in the past. The question is: What are cookies, do you need them and are they harmful?
Everything you need to know about buying or selling a house is available on the Internet, so why use a Realtor? That may indeed be true. If you are willing to do the research, you may indeed be able to find all the information you want on the Internet. And we all know that if you read it on the Internet, it must be true, right?
Okay, so there's the first, and perhaps among the most important reasons, that you should use a Realtor. Yes, there's all kinds of information on the Internet, but sorting through the chaff to get to the wheat can be difficult, if not impossible. Part of a Realtor's responsibility is to help you sort through the data and interpret it in way that is meaningful.
Mother's Day is fast approaching, so mark your calendars for this Sunday, May 11. This year will be the 100th anniversary of Congress designating the second Sunday in May as the official day we can all, as a nation, honor and recognize our mothers.
So what do you get the woman who loved, cared for and nurtured you? Especially when she already has everything?
The term "junk" mail has taken shape over recent years. In the past, we always received junk mail in the form of advertisements in the mail. Once telephones were introduced, companies began starting "telemarketing" companies to begin cold-calling people in hopes of selling them their product. Once fax and texting became popular, this only escalated the issue.
April 15th is just days away. While many may be filing taxes themselves, others often pay someone to file their taxes for them, and still there are others who are making the most of modern technology to get their taxes done quickly, efficiently and professionally.
I had a nice chat with David James, community development director for the City of Tehachapi, last week about the challenges of demographics for the area and farming.
This is a rebuttal to the letter to the editor from David Giannandrea published March 26 in the Tehachapi News.