Recycle, help clean up the neighborhood

May 14, 2013

FROM STAFF REPORTS

The town will host a community Neighborhood Clean Up and Recycling event from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Lion’s Park, 20701 Outer Highway 18 South.

Residents can bring unwanted items and recyclables, including tires (removed from the rim), appliances, mattresses, aluminum, glass, plastic CRV, non-CRV and non-hazardous waste materials.

For more information, visit the town’s Community Enhancement page at www.AppleValley.org, or call 760-240-7000, ext. 7560.

Letter to the Editor 05-14-13

May 14, 2013

No answers for grant funds

In a recent Daily Press story (“Council approves grant requests,” Daily Press, page B1, May 2), it was stated that eight nonprofit groups will take a portion of the $86,250 that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development grant designated for public service projects in Apple Valley.

I was at that meeting and heard several speakers asking for a portion of the money available. I did hear Margaret Diaz ask the Apple Valley Town Council, why the Victor Valley Domestic Violence group was not receiving any funds?

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Tour stop: Granite Hills

May 7, 2013

‘High School Nation’ brings tour to Apple Valley

By Davida Siwisa James
Apple Valley Review

For a few hours on Thursday, Granite Hills transformed from a high school into a concert venue.

The school’s football field became the setting for a music and arts appreciation assembly presented by the High School Nation Tour. This is the second year of a national tour that visits high schools across the country presenting a concert and interactive film and media booths, all free to the selected school.

Debra Thomas named AV ‘Employee of the Quarter’

May 7, 2013

Thomas, deputy clerk, honored at April 30 council meeting

From Staff Reports

The Town of Apple Valley Clerk’s office is responsible for the management, storage and dissemination of information vital to the community.

Employees such as Deputy Clerk Debra Thomas manage it all, and her work is just one of the reasons she was selected as the town’s Employee of the Quarter at last week’s council meeting, according to a town news release.

‘Concerts in the Courtyard’ return to AV Commons

May 7, 2013

From Staff Reports

Free, live music is back in the courtyard.

The free Concerts in the Courtyard series returned last week and will continue Thursday with Top 40 group Caliente Duo.

During May, the concert series will feature folk, country and classic rock from 6 to 8 p.m. every Thursday. Bring your own chairs as seating is limited.

Lined up for the concerts are:
• May 16: Folktones Music (folk)
• May 23: Shadow Mountain Shakedown (country)
• May 30: Time Bombs Rock (classic rock)

Blood drive offers $10 gas cards

May 7, 2013

From Staff Reports

The town of Apple Valley and LifeStream are offering a new incentive at their next blood drive: $10 gas cards.

The town and LifeStream will host the blood drive from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 20 in the Conference Center at 14975 Dale Evans Parkway adjacent to Town Hall.

And if saving a life and receiving a $10 gas card aren’t enough incentives, LifeStream gives away enticing goodies for each donation including donor loyalty points from LifeStream that donors can redeem for complimentary items.

Arrest logs for May 7, 2013

May 7, 2013

All names listed are residents of Apple Valley, and all suspected crimes were committed in San Bernardino County unless otherwise stated, as reported by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.

Those whose charges have been dismissed or significantly changed may write to us at News@AppleValley-Review.com. We will investigate the matter. No phone calls.

May 1
William Scott was arrested on suspicion of unspecified charges.

Vivian Langlois was arrested on suspicion of assault and battery.

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