AVEK Board Members approved a $200 increase for the Agency’s 2021 annual contribution toward the Health Savings Accounts for each eligible participant enrolled in a Consumer Driven Health Plan.
Patti Rose is high on life. In fact, a recent hike to the summit of Mt. Whitney elevated the Office Manager and Human Relations head at AVEK to 14,505 feet above sea level, providing a view that feels like standing on top of the world.
AVEK sends warm wishes to senior operator James Bernardi and his wife Alexandra on the birth of their baby boy, Owen Bernardi, who entered the world on August 22.
Securing employment at AVEK became a goal for Nick Humphrey, a water treatment operator that achieved his objective when he spent his first day on the job, Monday, September 28 at the Quartz Hill facility.
Neenach resident Wade Shorrock came on board September 21 as an operator at the Agency’s Westside Water Bank, where his duties include water analysis for chlorine residuals and pH levels, where the ideal range for drinking water runs from 6 to 8.5, or neutral, on a scale from zero to 14, with the lower numbers being too acidic and the higher numbers too alkaline.
Since the World Health Organization announced a global public health emergency on January 30 of this year, daily life as everyone knew it has been turned upside down, and in the beginning practically…
Despite the pandemic, 2020 has been an eventful year for AVEK clerical assistant Diana Mills and her family.
Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency takes precautions in each department at Quartz Hill headquarters and every outlying facility to ensure the safety of employees, customers and visitors.