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City of Lancaster Weekly Road Closures through May 10, 2020
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.

City of Lancaster Update - Turn your Tassel
Lancaster has a total of 321 COVID-19 cases. We are constantly learning and discovering new ways, technologies, and techniques to help protect the community in this crisis. Together we are resilient.

Turn your Tassel with the City of Lancaster!

We may not be able to have traditional graduations, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate.

We are starting with a social media frenzy! We want to see your graduates.

Message us pictures to be shared across our social media platforms. We want to spotlight our class of 2020 and make them feel extra special during this time. They will be featured across various platforms including LTV.

In addition starting today, the City will be accepting applications for BLVD Banners for high school graduates. Banners are available for purchase at cost ($70). Banners will be on display until August. Fill out the application here.

City of Palmdale Encourages Public Participation Via e-Comment for Upcoming Council Meeting;
Council Chamber Closed to Public Due to Coronavirus

PALMDALE - As a result of the COVID-19 virus and the Safer at Home orders issued by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health and the State of California, the public will not be permitted to physically attend the City Council meeting on Tuesday, May 5, 2020.

The meeting will begin at 7 pm and will be broadcast live on Spectrum Channel 27. It is also available online at www.cityofpalmdale.org.

The agenda for upcoming meeting may be found after 6 pm on Thursday, April 30 at https://cityofpalmdale.org/310/City-Council-Meetings.

Residents who wish to comment on agenda items may do so using the new eComment feature. First, click on the “Agendas and Meetings” button found at the bottom of the City web page at cityofpalmdale.org. Next, find the meeting under “Upcoming Events” and click on the eComment button of your selected meeting. Then, scroll through the agenda to find the item for which you would like to provide a comment, and select that item to input your comments. You may either sign in to your SpeakUp Palmdale Account, or comment as a guest. Enter your comment in the field provided, and type in your name before submitting your comment. Note that one hour prior to the start of each meeting, eComments may no longer be submitted.

City of Lancaster COVID-19 Update
There are a total of 307 COVID-19 cases in Lancaster. The prison currently has 24 cases amongst staff and 89 cases amongst inmates.The City of Lancaster is continuing to work for you through this crisis as the health and safety of our community remain the utmost priority.

It’s no secret that COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on our nationwide economy. Now, the Antelope Valley is looking to recovery. The Cities of Palmdale and Lancaster are joining forces on two collaborative efforts targeted to boost the local economy and improve safety on local public transit.

To assist Antelope Valley businesses impacted by the COVID-19 closures that began on March 15, 2020, the cities will launch “Operation Jump Start,” an economic stimulus program where purchasers of a new vehicle at the Lancaster and Palmdale Auto Malls as well as Antelope Valley Harley Davidson will receive a $500 gift card. Purchasers of a used vehicle will receive a $250 gift card. The program is tentatively scheduled to begin May 15, subject to Los Angeles County allowing the soft opening of businesses. Cards will be eligible for use at businesses valley wide.

Additionally, Lancaster and Palmdale are moving forward in a partnership with the Antelope Valley Transit Authority to provide extra public safety staffing and protection throughout the transit system.

How To Pick Small Business Retirement Plan That’s An Asset
by SoCal Editor | Apr 27, 2020

Meet Pankaj Dayal, PNR Financial Services

PNR Financial Services LLC is a Registered Investment Advisor specializing in Employer sponsored Retirement Plans on a fee basis with a single goal: Helping Business Owners in all aspects of Employer sponsored Retirement Plans, including Plan Design, Implementation and Ongoing maintenance. Being independent we are only obligated to the client, and not to any service providers.

Pankaj Dayal, founder of PNR Financial Services, has been in the Financial Services Industry for 19 years.

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Our customers are established business owners looking for non-biased professional guidance on their retirement plans where it is a win-win for both employers and employees.

Virgin Galactic signs Space Act Agreement with NASA in the fight against COVID-19
By George Whitesides, CEO Virgin Galactic

During the current global crisis, we believe that the space industry has a responsibility to share expertise, knowledge, resources, and ingenuity to aid in the fight against COVID-19. That’s why, today, we are proud to share that Virgin Galactic is meeting this responsibility head-on through a Space Act Agreement with NASA.

This Space Act Agreement outlines Virgin Galactic’s commitment to developing innovative solutions to the problems facing healthcare workers on the frontlines. This is our way of ensuring that the best and brightest at Virgin Galactic can support their local communities during this challenging time and provide life-saving solutions for those suffering from COVID-19.

“The work NASA employees are doing in California is one of several examples of how the agency is contributing to the whole-of-government response to coronavirus,” said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine. “By channeling the unique skillset of our workforce and engaging private and public partners, we can make a difference in communities such as the Antelope Valley and nationwide.”

Meet two veterans continuing to put themselves at the front lines as essential workers during COVID-19
Meet Jorge

Jorge works as a respiratory therapist which, as you can imagine, comes with very high COVID-19 risk exposure.

An Army veteran, Jorge moved into the Santa Clarita Veteran Enriched Neighborhood® in 2016. He is a single father to his 16 year old daughter.

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, he was working at two different healthcare providers—two incomes he depended upon. He currently only works at just one, in order to limit possible cross-contamination between the two patient bases. While he remains committed to helping people and to still be working, his income is significantly reduced.

Thanks to the Homes4Families model and CalVet, Jorge has an affordable mortgage. He and his daughter depend on the other veterans living in his neighborhood for emotional support. He is grateful too for the help that community donors can provide to the Veteran Family Service Fund.

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