For the tenth consecutive year an auditor described the financial records at Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency as clean and a clean opinion indicates that the Agency functions in a professionally consistent manner.
For more than two years now the global pandemic that started with COVID-19 affected practically every facet of life including public board meetings of governmental agencies, like the Board of Directors meetings conducted by the Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency.
Directors and staff at Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency were grateful recipients of a refund check that totaled $12,293.60 from
AVEK sent a letter to the California High-Speed Rail Authority on November 16, 2022 regarding the Agency’s comments about the Palmdale to Burbank section of the project as described in the Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement.
California’s State Water Resources Control Board announced, in mid-October, the approval of major spending plans for Fiscal 2022-2023 that total $2.7 billion for disadvantaged communities and water resiliency projects.
A usually optimistic Dwayne Chisam, AVEK’s General Manager, had nothing to smile about when he reported the state’s water supply situation to Agency Directors at their October Board meetings.
California Water Watch tracks the most current local and statewide water conditions, with information updated from multiple sources. Information gathered from the various sources acknowledges that the…
When Antelope Valley’s three State Water Project contractors attended their board meeting in October, they heard a presentation regarding the significance of the Delta Conveyance Project, a plan meant…