It is summer in Tehachapi and that means July is packed full of events from outdoor movies to the 4th of July celebrations. It is also fire season and the importance of brush removal and water usage reduction are extremely important. Our thoughts are with each and everyone effected by horrific Erskine fire.
Weather is beginning to get nice and events are starting to happen around town. This also means the Tehachapi Mountain voice will be around for the summer bringing your news and event updates.
With Spring approaching that means Tehachapi Mountain Voice is back. In the latest edition Key and Steve discuss getting your digital news fix, the Mountain Lion incident and upcoming events. We also hear from Seth from Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Park with the latest classes and events.
The 6th annual Tehachapi Fall Business Showcase was held at West Park Activity Center on September 23rd to provide businesses an opportunity to network and display services. A spectacular event hosted by the Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce which is very much appreciated. Tehachapi Mountain Voice was there conducting interviews with various businesses. Have a listen and learn more about our community.
Being in California, one of the most frequent topics currently discussed is the water drought. With California state mandated conservation targets is this effective solution and what are the alternatives? In this episode of Tehachapi Mountain Voice we speak with Seth Siegel a lawyer, activist, writer, and successful serial entrepreneur about his new book Let There Be Water: Israel’s Solution for a Water-Starved World.
The Tehachapi GranFondo is coming soon and Key caught up with Michelle Vance to talk about its background and what is in store for 2015. There will five courses ranging from 18 to 100 miles beginning Saturday September 19, 2015 from 10Am to 5pm. Come out and support all the cyclists in this one of a kind event.