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Posted on: November 18, 2019

29 Graduate from Palmdale Partners Academy

Twenty-nine residents earned their graduation certificates from the City of Palmdale’s Partners Academy at their final session and closing ceremony held on Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Chimbole Cultural Center. 

It was the 13th class to graduate from the Academy, a program designed to present citizens with a first-hand look at City operations and services.  Over 300 individuals have now graduated from the Academy.

Graduation certificates were presented by Community Programs Supervisor Trish Jones, who also coordinated the Academy, and City Manager Jim Purtee.

            The graduating class included:  Stacey Andrews, Gloria Barragan, Sue Brown, Shameika Brown, David Camacho, Terrilyn Chambers, George De La Rosa, Abner Diaz, Laura Gallegos, Roslyn Gaudin, Alberta Hampton Smith, Kim Hancock, Betsy Haslett, Aurora Hernandez, Annette Iraheta, Araceli Jones, Roxanne Joseph-Glenn, Linda Love, Natali Miltcharek, Melissa Montoya, Patricia Morales, Virginia Richie, Tanya Rincon Mancilla, Nicolas Rodriguez, Janine Tanahuvia, Lawrence Wehr, Brandi Wheeler, Brianna Wilburn, and Junell Williams.

The topics covered in the Academy included  The Greatest Story Ever Told: an introduction to the City of Palmdale, its past, present and future; It Keeps You Runnin’: a behind-the-scenes look at the administrative aspects of the City; If You Build It They Will Come: an introduction to development services and the many departments responsible for the structural growth of the City; Clean Sweep, the Care and Maintenance of a City: an overview of the programs and departments that keep the streets, buildings and parks clean and operational; Law and Order – Palmdale: overview of Palmdale's efforts to prevent crime and how the City works with the criminal justice system locally; Who Are the People In My Neighborhood?: an overview of Neighborhood Services including crime prevention, housing, neighborhood outreach, parking and code enforcement; For the People: Recreation and Culture programming highlighting, special events, Palmdale City Library, Airpark, Playhouse and recreation facilities; and To Infinity and Beyond: how to stay connected and future opportunities.

The next Palmdale Partners Academy will be held in 2020 at a date yet to be determined.

For more information on the academy, contact Trish Jones at 661/267-5473, by e-mail at tjones@cityofpalmdale.org, or visit www.cityofpalmdale.org/engaged.

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