Lancaster Recognized as 'Most Business Friendly City'

Lancaster Recognized as 'Most Business Friendly City'

LANCASTER – The City of Lancaster was named “Most Business-Friendly City” at the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation’s 18th annual Eddy Awards Thursday evening. Lancaster is the first city in the history of the program to have won the award twice, with its first win in 2007, city officials announced in a news release.

Dick's Sporting Goods coming to Antelope Valley Mall

Dick's Sporting Goods coming to Antelope Valley Mall

PALMDALE, Calif.- Dick's Sporting Goods will be moving into the Antelope Valley Mall next year, Palmdale officials announced at a press conference Wednesday.

Morton Manufacturing Celebrates Grand Opening

Morton Manufacturing Celebrates Grand Opening

LANCASTER, Calif. - The City of Lancaster and Morton Manufacturing on Friday celebrated the grand opening of Morton’s new 88,000 square foot facility in the Lancaster Business Park. The company will bring a total of 350 jobs to the Antelope Valley, including 220 existing employees as well as an anticipated 130 new positions for local workers, city officials said in a news release.

Palmdale Airport plans still up in the air

Palmdale Airport plans still up in the air

Palmdale, Calif. - Plans are still being debated about the future of Palmdale Airport after the city finally took control of the facility last month from Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA).

Fall 2013 Newsletter

We continue to see the trend in the Antelope Valley of new business and employment opportunities entering the area! New business is bringing capital, population growth, jobs, and development! We’ll continue to keep you updated regularly though our newsletter with the latest reports of growth and development within California’s Antelope Valley.

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Summer 2013 Newsletter

Recently we have seen many reports and updates on the solar projects in the Antelope Valley. The alternative energy movement continues to take a front and center stage in providing a reliable source of renewable energy for our future. New development and growth continue to bring capital, population, and jobs to the region. Our newsletter will update you regularly with the latest reports of growth and development within California’s Antelope Valley.

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Lancaster Welcomes BYD

Lancaster Welcomes BYD

LANCASTER, Calif. - China-based BYD and the City of Lancaster held a press conference Wednesday to announce the arrival of two BYD manufacturing facilities in Lancaster – an electric bus manufacturing facility and an Iron-Phosphate energy module (large scale battery) manufacturing facility.

Spring 2013 Newsletter

We’re carefully watching trends in the Antelope Valley and have witnessed some long anticipated announcements of new business entering the area only days ago! New business brings capital, population growth, jobs, and development! Our newsletter will update you regularly as to the latest reports of growth and development within California’s Antelope Valley.

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