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1 – 10th Street West from Avenue M-14 to Avenue N-8

Intermittent right lane closure southbound on 10th Street West for water line installation.

2- Palmdale Boulevard/State Route 138 and 40th Street East

Intermittent lane closures on eastbound Palmdale Boulevard for sewer line installation.

3 – Trade Center Drive and Auto Center Drive

Intermittent lane closures for utility boring and potholing.

4 – Avenue Q between Division Street and 5th Street West

Intermittent lane closures for street and bridge work for the State Route 14 Antelope Valley Freeway widening project.

Alpha Featured as Mid-Week Movie at the Palmdale City Library
The Palmdale City Library, located at 700 E. Palmdale Blvd., continues its Mid-Week Movies program with a showing of the movie Alpha (2018), rated PG-13, on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 5:30 p.m. Admission and popcorn are free.

Visually stunning, Alpha aims to tell the story of how dogs became domesticated. Set 20,000 years ago, the movie follows a young man named Keda as he tries to learn how to survive alone in the wilderness after he is involved in an accident during a hunt and presumed dead by his tribe. In the process of trying to find his way home, Keda is attacked by wolves and ends up forming an unlikely alliance with one after he injures it and it is abandoned by the rest of its pack. With winter approaching and danger around every turn, Keda and the wolf must learn to work together if they have any hope of surviving and finding their way home.

The Library hosts a free showing of featured films every Wednesday evening. Upcoming movies scheduled to be shown include Frozen rated PG, on Nov. 20; and Hairspray rated PG, on Nov. 27, The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) rated PG on Dec. 4, and Home Alone (1990) rated PG on Dec. 11.

City of Lancaster Becomes First Municipality to Become a Third-Time Winner of LAEDC’s “Most Business-Friendly City” Award
The City of Lancaster has once again been named “Most Business-Friendly City” by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC). Lancaster is the first city in the history of the program to receive the award three times, with its initial win taking place in 2007.

“In addition to our business-friendly reputation, Lancaster is known as a city of firsts,” said Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris. “We have repeatedly made history, thanks to our dedication to innovation and our ongoing efforts to say ‘yes’ to creative ideas. While some municipalities see themselves as regulators, we view ourselves as facilitators, looking for ways to remove roadblocks and cut red tape. With this award, Lancaster is once again making history by becoming a third-time winner of the Most Business-Friendly City award.”

Lancaster was previously named “Most Business Friendly City in L.A. County” in 2007 and 2013. This year, the City of Lancaster was up against a number of well-known cities for the honor in the large city category (population 50,000 and over), including finalists Bellflower, Gardena, Norwalk, Pasadena, and Rosemead. As for the smaller city category (population under 50,000), the City of La Mirada was recognized as the most business friendly. Both cities were honored on November 7 at the LAEDC’s 24th annual Eddy Awards ceremony.

City of Lancaster Weekly Road Closures through November 17, 2019
Lancaster, CA – In an effort to improve our neighborhoods and city streets, the City of Lancaster conducts a variety of road construction projects which will ultimately benefit our citizens. While these construction zones typically restrict traffic flow for an interim period, the results provide smoother roads and better infrastructure in various locations throughout Lancaster. Additionally, a number of community events take place year-round throughout the City, resulting in temporary traffic detours during event setup, activity, and breakdown. The City of Lancaster strives to provide as many opportunities as possible for community gathering and engagement.

The BLVD Market is an opportunity for the community to gather and enjoy an offering of fresh produce and unique items in an open market atmosphere. Beginning November 7, the Market’s fall and winter hours are 3 – 7 p.m., every Thursday on Lancaster Blvd., between Ehrlich Avenue and Fern Avenue. On Market days, this area will be closed to traffic and parking, prior to and following the Market hours, to allow for set up and tear down.

FREE Fall Prevention Clinic on November 21, 2019
Rehabilitation and Orthopedic Institute will be having a FREE Fall Prevention Clinic on November 21, 2019 at their Clinic.

Our mission is to identify the possible underlying causes of falling and to address these risk factors for adults experiencing or at risk for falls due to unstable gait, dizziness, or balance problems.

During this event we will provide a free one-time, comprehensive and multiple discipline evaluation including:

Mayor R. Rex Parris Intends to Nominate Deputy Mayor Darrell Dorris to Lancaster City Council
On November 5, 2019, Mayor R. Rex Parris announced his intent to nominate Darrell Dorris to finish the term of Councilwoman Angela Underwood-Jacobs’ when she steps down on December 3, 2019. Mayor Parris intends to appoint Deputy Mayor, Darrell Dorris to the City Council subject to the council’s approval of his nomination at the City’s next Council meeting on December 10, 2019.

“Working with Deputy Mayor Dorris has been an exceptionally rewarding experience not only for myself but also for our entire community,” said Mayor R. Rex Parris. Over the past two years, Deputy Mayor Dorris has committed his life to bridging the gap between the City and Lancaster’s faith-based leaders. Through his strategic partnerships and unwavering commitment to improving the lives of all residents, Deputy Mayor Dorris has championed community service programs that protects jobs, helps at risk youth, and provides sensible assistance to Lancaster’s homeless population. “Dorris’ work as Deputy Mayor will make a lasting impression on our community for years to come,” said Parris.

Palmdale Councilmember Carrillo Completes Local Leaders Academy at USC
PALMDALE – Palmdale City Councilmember Juan Carrillo achieved a Certificate of Recognition from USC’s Sol Price School of Public Policy for successfully completing the 2019 Local Leaders Academy.

The eight-session program, led by various faculty and presenters, was held Aug. through Oct. on Fridays and Saturdays. Carrillo was one of 29 participants to complete the intensive training.

This program is designed to equip local elected leaders with strategies that will further develop and refine their leadership skills and styles. Participants strengthen their network and increase efforts of collaboration between County of Los Angeles administration and the surrounding cities. Upon completion of this program, participants will have the necessary tools to implement growth and progress to local governance and administration within their communities.

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