- Woman allegedly struck by Apple Valley finance director still suffering four months later
APPLE VALLEY — The town’s finance director has been charged with a felony in connection to a July 20 crash on Interstate 15 during which he allegedly rear-ended a Toyota Prius, left the driver injured in her car and fled the scene on foot, according to a complaint filed by the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office and obtained by the Daily Press.Continue reading
Show your friends and neighbors that you are opposed to the $500 or more water fee — each year — to pay off the debt from Measure F!
E-mail [email protected] to get a sign delivered this week!
APPLE VALLEY — The initiative started in an attempt to allow residents to vote on public debt has qualified for the November ballot.
APPLE VALLEY — Liberty Utilities is questioning the town’s ability to safely manage a water system after members of town staff were involved in the unauthorized use of the company’s water on the Apple Valley Golf Course. Continue reading
Town residents turn in more than 5,000* signatures
Group opposes government takeover of private water company
As widely expected, the State Water Resources Control Board adopted stringent and unprecedented water-use regulations during its meeting late Tuesday night. Continue reading
Super-majority ratification required at next meeting Continue reading
Victorville, CA — According to a State of California Audit, the City of Victorville is under a microscope for unethical and unlawful decisions with regards to the Water District, a water District that is run by the City and not privately owned.
In 2009 the Victorville Water District (water district) loaned nearly $21.9 million in ratepayer revenues in two loans to the city of Victorville (city), during a time the city was experiencing financial difficulties. While the loaned money was ultimately repaid, the loans resulted in harm to the ratepayers. Although it is not unlawful for a water district to loan ratepayer money or otherwise invest it in a prudent manner, it cannot do so if loaning that money impairs its ability to perform the functions for which the ratepayer revenue was collected. While the loans were outstanding, the district deferred maintenance on the water delivery system and borrowed $20 million from another entity — the Southern California Logistics Airport Authority (Airport Authority) — at a significantly higher rate of interest than it received on the money it loaned to the city.