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Massage Parlor ordinance

The Kern County Board of Supervisors receives feedback and responds to concerns raised by Kern County residents on a regular basis. We take our community's concerns very seriously, and evaluate the be...

 

Cooperation

Mayor Ed Grimes handed me a treasure one day, it was a small textbook printed in 1928 from the High School Home Studies Bureau entitled "The Blue Book of Civics". It sits as a display piece in my...

 

Deducting startup costs

Today, there are over 50 million small business owners in America. With the advent of new companies such as Uber and Airbnb, having your own business seems easier than ever. New business start-ups are...

 

Beehive removal on F Street

Public Works crews worked alongside a beekeeper and tree trimmer on Wednesday Nov. 1, 2017 for the safe removal of a beehive on F Street. "It was a good environmentally friendly way to deal with this...

 

Lions collecting for Christmas for Seniors Project

The Tehachapi Lions Club is holding its Christmas for Seniors service project to brighten the holidays for low-income, isolated and or homebound seniors who have no family. Donations can be dropped...

 

Lions Students of the Month

The Tehachapi Lions Club is pleased to announce their November Student-of-the-Month recipients. The staff at Jacobsen Middle School noticed that sixth grader Tabitha Campbell has been trying her best...

 

Staying on track with your retirement investments – Part 1

Investing for your retirement isn't about getting rich quick. More often, it's about having a game plan that you can live with over a long time. You wouldn't expect to be able to play the piano...

 

City Employees reach milestones

On Tuesday, Oct. 24 the City of Tehachapi recognized employees for reaching milestone markers for their years of service to the city. "We are so lucky to have dedicated people in our organization....

 

Tehachapi student advances in Lions International Peace Poster contest

Sage Scott, an eighth grade student at Jacobsen Middle School, has taken the first step to becoming an internationally recognized artist by winning a local competition sponsored by the Tehachapi...

 

Air Tight Heating & Air

Robert Peralta, owner of Air Tight Heating & Air has lived in Tehachapi ever since he arrived with his parent from Riverside at the age of 17. He was just in time for his senior year at Tehachapi...

 

Communication and Kudos

I'd like to thank The Coffee Mill, one of our great local businesses for hosting myself and Mayor Ed Grimes at our first 'Coffee with the Mayor and City Manager." We had several great conversations...

 

It's time to think about taxes

It's not tax season yet, but it is time to start thinking about your 2017 taxes. I always encourage my clients to sit down with their Tax Pro during the 4th quarter of the year. It's good time to see...

 

Kiwanis updated on City projects

Jay Schlosser, Development Services Director for the City of Tehachapi, spoke to the Kiwanis Club at a recent meeting. Members were impressed with the number of City projects nearly completed and...

 

Adventist Health's President named to 60 Critical Access CEOs to know list

Jeff Lingerfelt, President of Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley, has once again been named to Becker's Healthcare 60 Critical Access CEOs to Know list. According to Becker's, the men and women...

 

Tehachapi City Council Update

At the Oct. 16 City Council meeting, Assistant City Manager Chris Kirk presented an Airport Land Use Inspection Report from the FAA which was received by the City on Sept. 29, 2017. The FAA had...

 

Coffee with the Mayor and City Manager

The Coffee Mill played host to "Coffee with the Mayor and City Manager" on Thursday Oct. 19. "A wonderful way to meet members of the community in a relaxed atmosphere. I love this kind of...

 

Required withdrawals from retirement plans: what should you know?

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones Financial Advisor. You may spend decades contributing to your IRA and 401(k). But, eventually, you'll need to use this...

 

City receives two ASCE awards

The City of Tehachapi received recognition from the Southern San Joaquin Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers for two of their projects. Freedom Plaza engineered by AECOM received the...

 

New leaders for Tehachapi Kiwanis

Kiwanis Club of Tehachapi has elected new officers which were installed at a luncheon meeting. Jonathan Hall is the new president, with Ron Gaiser serving as vice-president. Other officers elected...

 

Adopt-a-Landscape program

Keeping downtown Tehachapi beautiful is something that we can take pride in and with the City of Tehachapi's Adopt-a-Landscape program, the City is once again promoting this twelve-month program and...

 

Kiwanis learns about the origins of GPS

Kiwanis members were informed about the development and secrets of GPS when Larry Wells spoke to the Club recently. For 30 years he worked at Interstate Electronics Corporation, a company that...

 

Big changes to the Board of Equalization

George Runner, representative of the California State Board of Equalization, District 1, spoke to the Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce at their Sept. 19 luncheon concerning the new changes...

 

Tehachapi City Council Update

The second of four public hearings regarding the transition from at-large council representation to district representation was held at the Sept. 18 City Council meeting. Attorney Youstina Aziz from...

 

City staff at KCAC quarterly meeting

On Monday Aug. 28 Tehachapi Mayor Pro Tem Susan Wiggins was joined by City staff members at the Kern County Association of Cities quarterly meeting held in Shafter. Wiggins is the current President...

 

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