By Ed Gordon 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

 

Police Chief Mike Grant made a presentation, Gangs 101, to Neighborhood Watch group on Wednesday, April 23. In addition to gangs locally, Grant detailed the various gangs on the west coast, how to spot them and their organizational structure. He noted that most gang members are quite passive to the general public so as not to attract attention. However, they can become aggressive if provoked. Currently there are no major gang problems in Stallion Springs but it is always good to be vigilant.

Note was made of the KCFD Fire Prevention Event to be held at Meadowbrook park in Golden Hills on May 17. Tehachapi Crime Watch will be holding a Child ID event for the "Take 2" Project, part of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The SSPD will be represented at the event.

The PAL open house resulted in 16 new members for Neighborhood Watch.

A National Night Out for Stallion Springs is in the planning stages by Neighborhood Watch. The tentative date is Tuesday, Aug. 5. There were 45 residents in attendance.

Property Owners Association

The Property Owners Association held its annual dinner dance on Saturday, April 26 with 80 people in attendance. The dance and auction raised $1,500 toward the POA Scholarship Fund for two high school seniors that are Stallion residents.

Police Report

Stallion Springs Police have issued a Scam Alert, reminding residents to not respond to mail or telephone demands from collections companies. Investigate first or file an electronic report with SSPD at http://www.mysscsd.com.

Police Chief Mike Grant presented a class on gangs to the Stallion Springs Neighborhood Watch group.

Grant reminded the group the police are dispatched through the Sheriff's department. On 911 calls you should note that you are in Stallion Springs and non-emergencies should be reported to Sheriff's dispatch at 661-861-3110 to help expatiate service and so that a record of the call is on file.

Upcoming events

Friday, May 16, 7 p.m. at the community center, free Movie Night "The Little Rascals"

Saturday, May 17, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Houchin Blood Drive at the Community Center.

Tuesday, May 20, 6 p.m. CSD Board of Directors meeting in the CSD Board room.

Monday, May 26, scheduled opening of the community pool

Saturday, May 31, Stallions Springs 5K Color Run/Walk at the Community Center. Come dressed in white. Registration is $15 before May 16 and $20 the day of the event.

Sunday, June 15, State of CA deadline to clear your property of weeds and tall grass for fire abatement.

 
 

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