Golden Hills CSD Seeks Feedback on Community Center and Park | News

The Golden Hills Community Service District invites comments from the public regarding any additional facilities or activities that the district may provide.

An online video explains that the district is exploring options for the use of the 187 acres it purchased in 2015. The land was once a golf course and has become Golden Hills Nature Park.

According to the video, a third party has expressed interest in purchasing the district headquarters and maintenance shop on Reeves Street. The sale of this property could free up capital to allow the development of a community center and new offices elsewhere in the neighborhood.

Speaking in the video, Patrick Boyd, landscape architect at Design Lab 252. The company was hired to assess potential relocation sites and Boyd said the initial survey showed the location of the old building. from the country club near the intersection of Country Club Drive and Woodford. Tehachapi Road, as the best of the three options considered.

The 10-question survey examines interest in recreation or recreation programs, level of support for existing amenities, and potential elements of the community center. Respondents are also asked if the district should expand services to include the items needed for a community center and park.

The last question indicates that the funding strategies for the desired improvements have yet to be determined, but asks for suggestions and also whether respondents would financially support the proposed development of a community center and park.

Bear Valley CSD launches online platform

A new online platform to encourage citizen engagement has been launched by the Bear Valley Community Services District.

Accessible from the home page of the neighborhood website or directly on www.bvexchange.com, the new platform provides a way to educate residents and landowners as well as seek feedback to share with district staff and board.

After signing up, individuals can leave comments and engage with others who have submitted to what the website calls “community wisdom.”

Recent topics include the district snow control plan and updates on the front gate reconfiguration project, replacement of traffic signs and replacement of guardrails.

City to spend $ 14,000 to design grandstand upgrades at rodeo grounds

An assessment of three grandstands at the Tehachapi Event Center and Rodeo Grounds to determine what is needed to permanently install them in accordance with current building codes was approved by Tehachapi City Council at its December 20 meeting.

According to a staff report prepared by Director of Development Services Jay Schlosser, the city granted the Tehachapi Mountain Rodeo association a temporary building permit last summer, so that a new section of stands purchased by the association can be used.

Two older grandstand sections have been in place for some time and are owned by the city, Schlosser said.

A company specializing in grandstands, DH Charles Engineering Inc., will be hired to evaluate the three grandstands and prepare a modernization design to bring them up to standard.

The design budget is $ 22,000, Schlosser noted, and the rodeo association has agreed to pay one-third of that expense. He said the city’s share ($ 14,677) is not budgeted and would be taken from the city’s 030 fund with a budget amendment added during the mid-year review.

The expense item was on the meeting’s agenda and approved by the board in a 4-0 vote, without comment or discussion. Councilor Susan Wiggins was absent.

Recycle your Christmas tree until January 7

Once the Christmas carols are sung and the presents open, Waste Management of Antelope Valley encourages residents to recycle their trees through its drop-off points.

Until January 7, residents of Kern County can drop off their real trees at the following locations for recycling:

• 416 N. Dennison Rd., Tehachapi, Monday to Friday, 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.

• 1731 Sierra Hwy, Rosamond, Monday to Friday, 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.

It is important to remove all decorations, including garlands, lights, ornaments and tree supports. Artificial and flocked trees cannot be recycled and must be thrown in the trash.

For more information, call 661-822-6871.

Dispose of hazardous waste on January 8 and 29

Kern County Public Works announced two household hazardous waste collection events in Tehachapi in January. Residents can drive and drop off their hazardous waste for free during one of these day-long collection activities. DDD collection events are for residential hazardous waste only. Commercial or corporate waste will not be accepted.

The events take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on January 8 and 29 at the Tehachapi sanitary and recycling landfill, 112001, boul. Tehachapi.

When traveling with HHW for an event or facility, it is important to follow safe transportation procedures. Please follow these safety guidelines:

• Do not transport more than 15 gallons or 125 pounds of garbage per trip, and no more than 5 gallons per container.

• Make sure that containers do not leak and that they are correctly labeled.

• Do not mix materials.

• Keep materials separate and away from passengers.

Residential hazardous waste is products, purchased for use in or around the home, which, if disposed of improperly, can threaten human health or the environment. These products include household cleaners, deodorants, personal hygiene products, pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, pet care products, paint products, photographic chemicals, pool chemicals. and automotive products and fluids. Even though a product can be easily purchased from the local store, it can still be harmful to you, your family, and the environment.

Next meetings from January 1 to 31

Note: This list is based on regular meetings. Be sure to check the agency’s agenda to confirm the time, date, and location of meetings listed here.

Upcoming public meetings and civic events include:

• Tehachapi City Council: The council generally meets on the first and third Monday of each month. However, January 3 has been canceled and the meeting that would be held on the third Monday will be moved to 6 p.m. on Tuesday January 18, due to Martin Luther King’s feast. The agenda will be posted at Town Hall, 115 S. Robinson St., and online at https://liveuptehachapi.com/AgendaCenter.

• Sippin ‘with the Supe: An opportunity to meet Tehachapi Unified School District Superintendent Stacey Larson-Everson, 7:30 am to 10 am Tuesday, Jan. 4, Kohnen’s Country Bakery, 125 W. Tehachapi Blvd.

• Tehachapi Planning Commission: The commission usually meets at 6 p.m. on the second Monday of each month. The next regular monthly meeting is scheduled for Monday January 10. The agenda will be posted at Town Hall, 115 S. Robinson St., and online at https://www.liveuptehachapi.com/AgendaCenter.

• Tehachapi Unified School District: Regular monthly board meetings are scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month. The next meeting is scheduled to begin at 5 pm on Tuesday January 11 at 300 S. Robinson St., Tehachapi. Information on the agenda is available online at https://www.tehachapiusd.com.

• Bear Valley Community Service District: The Board of Directors typically meets on the second Thursday of each month with an open session starting at 6:00 p.m. The next meeting is set for January 13. An agenda will be published online at https://www.bvcsd.com/.

• Tehachapi Valley Health Care District Board of Directors: The board typically meets once a month at 10:00 am on the third Tuesday of each month at the district office, 116 W. E St., Tehachapi. The next meeting is scheduled for January 18th. The agendas are published online at https://www.tvhd.org/.

• Tehachapi Valley Parks and Recreation District Board of Directors: The board generally meets once a month at 6:00 pm on the third Tuesday of each month at the district office, 490 W. D St., Tehachapi. The next meeting is scheduled for January 18th. The agendas are published online at https://tvrpd.org/.

• Golden Hills Community Services District Board of Directors: Regular monthly meetings are scheduled for the third Thursday of each month, with the open session starting at 6:00 pm. The next meeting is set for January 20. The agendas are published online at https://ghcsd.com/.

• Stallion Springs Community Services District: The board of directors generally meets at 6:00 pm on the third Tuesday of each month. This month is January 18th. Information on the agenda is available online at https://www.stallionspringscsd.com/board-meetings.

• Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District: Regular monthly board meetings are typically held from 3:00 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month at the district headquarters, 22901 Banducci Rd., Tehachapi. The next meeting is set for January 19. The agenda is available online at https://tccwd.com/current-board-meeting/.

• Café with the Mayor: Sponsored by the city of Tehachapi and scheduled for the third Thursday of each month from 7:30 am to 9:30 am at the Kamenz Cafe, 120 S. Mill St., Tehachapi. In January, it will be January 20.

Jill E. Washington