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By Ed Gordon 

What's Up in Stallion Springs?

 

October 26, 2019

Photo provided

Home generator powering a refrigerator and a few lights.

Power Outage

General Manager, David Aranda, commented on the outage. He said, "While I understand the need to protect against wildfires, it appears that SCE totally abandoned their responsibilities during the 36 plus hours Stallion was without power. Thankfully, the district and staff at Stallion Springs CSD did not abandon our responsibilities. Chief Gary Crowell worked tirelessly in seeing that people with medical conditions could be cared for by staying in touch with Kern County EOC and dealing with AT&T and other entities regarding their lack of service."

"This should be a wake-up call for those with medical needs to provide critical information to our police department so we can contact them in future emergencies.

"It appears that one big issue and one big need the District has is a large generator that would allow for a proper evacuation site providing heat, water, etc. We will be looking at the costs involved in obtaining this critical need."

Halloween Hoopla

Woodward West and the CSD are sponsoring activities for Halloween this year from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 31. Trunk or Treat begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Woodward West parking lot. Other activities will include a Haunted House, SSPOA Cake Walk, Bobbing for Apples, a Carmel Apple Bar, Costume Contest and more.

Resurrect & Reignite Your Marriage

Re|engage is a 20-week marriage enrichment program for couples in all stages of marriage. Whether you're newly married or celebrating your 60th, curriculum is designed to make hurting marriages healthier and strong marriages stronger. The program begins Nov. 7, 6:30 p.m. at Stallion Springs Community Church and is open to everyone. For information, call (661) 437-8100 or email edandsharon@tehachapi-reengage.org. Ready to register now? Text "SSCC reengage" to 474747.

Police Report

Police Chief Gary Crowell filed a report of statistics for September 2019. The Department had 10 arrests, issued 10 citations, had 76 reports, 102 calls for service, completed 59 officer initiated investigations, 12 field interviews and did three medical assists. There were 21 vacation house checks and the department assisted other law enforcement agencies 10 times.

If you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911. The Stallion Springs Police Department is dispatched through the Kern County Sheriff's Office.

For non-life-threatening issues, please call (661) 861-3110. You may contact us by email or using the contact information provided on the CSD website, http://www.stallionspringscsd.com. If you wish to make an appointment to speak with an officer, contact the CSD at (661) 822-3268. Appointments maybe cancelled at any time due to limited police staffing.

Parks and Recreation

The annual Oktoberfest in Stallion Springs was a huge success. Recreation Manager, Vanessa Stevens wishes to say, "Thank you to all the amazing staff, vendors, partners and community volunteers who took the time out of their day to help make our event a huge success. We absolutely could not have done this without you and your hard work! Our hearts are full and we truly thank you all from the bottom of our hearts."

November Craft Night is on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 6:30 p.m. Create your own stand-alone trees for the holidays. Each person will receive three trees. Space is limited, sign up now in person at the CSD.

Free Pickle Ball in the Gymnasium Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 6 p.m. and Saturdays at 9 a.m. All levels are welcome, come join in the fun.

Stallion Springs Board of Directors

The Board meets on the third Tuesday of every month. The next meeting will be on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. in the CSD Board Room.

 
 

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