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  Rosamond Real Estate - Homes and Land for sale
Rosamond Ca, a city of 15,000 is located in the California High Desert at the northern end of the Antelope Valley.
Rosamond CA and the Antelope Valley are now positioned like Southern California was 50 years ago.
Antelope Valley real estate is in high demand internationally and we market our home listings on six different Internet web sites plus we do extensive magazine and newspaper advertising to make sure your home is showcased to as many potential buyers as possible.
www.rosamondproperties.com   (1233 words)

 Antelope Valley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Antelope Valley in California is located in northern Los Angeles County and the southeastern portion of Kern County, California.
It lies north of the San Gabriel Mountains and east of the Tehachapis in the Mojave Desert and is at least 2,200 square miles (5,700 kmĀ²) in size.
Antelope Valley in spring covered by a carpet of goldfields Lasthenia californica.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Antelope_Valley   (1466 words)

 Antelope Valley Press - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Antelope Valley Press, colloquially referred to as the Valley Press by its staff and Antelope Valley residents, is a daily newspaper with emphasis on local news located in Palmdale, California USA.
The Valley Press covers the fast growing Antelope Valley - especially the Palmdale/Lancaster Urbanized Area (a US Census Bureau defined term) and adjacent areas of north Los Angeles and southeastern Kern counties, including the upscale Los Angeles urban escapes of Acton and Agua Dulce.
A Valley Press legacy to the motorists of the Antelope Valley, as well as California and beyond is the Antelope Valley Freeway, which Lamont "Monty" Odett, Sr., championed in dealing with California state legislators in the 1950s and 1960s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Antelope_Valley_Press   (823 words)

 Frequently Asked Questions: Antelope Valley
Though communities such as Littlerock have retained their agricultural character, the Antelope Valley has undergone tremendous change and growth in the second half of the twentieth century with a shift from agriculture to defense and aerospace development.
Mining continues today in and around the Antelope Valley, where besides gold, silver, and copper, the ores and minerals extracted over the years include antimony, borax, calcium, chloride, feldspar, granite, gypsum, iron, lead, lime, limestone, marble, potash, rotary mud, salt, silica, tungsten, uranium, volcanic rock, and zinc.
In 1853, Fort Tejon was established in the mountains on the western edge of the Antelope Valley.
www.colapublib.org /history/antelopevalley/faq.html   (6609 words)

 Professional Land Corporation: Antelope Valley, Rosamond, Mojave, Kern County, Lancaster, Palmdale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Antelope Valley consists primarily of the cities/communities of Palmdale, Lancaster, Rosamond, Mojave, California City and Ridgecrest.
According to the L.A. Daily News, June 4, 2005, a section of the Antelope Valley Freeway is being widened by Caltrans to the south of Palmdale.
According to the Antelope Valley Journal, April 16, 2004, the number of residential permits that were pulled in the Antelope Valley in January and February 2004 increased 87 percent compared to the same period last year and may signal a record year for the local building industry.
www.proland.com /antelope_valley.asp   (5365 words)

 Antelope Valley Ground-water study   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ground water is an important component of water supply in Antelope Valley, comprising about 50 percent in years with normal precipitation and as much as 90 percent in dry years (Templin and others, 1995).
A preliminary ground-water flow model of the Antelope Valley is an invaluable tool to have during a water resources investigation.
A ground-water flow model of the Antelope Valley was developed previously by Durbin (1978) in one of the earliest applications of a digital modeling to a ground-water flow problem.
ca.water.usgs.gov /projects00/ca532.html   (1288 words)

 Antelope Valley Communites
One of the major attractions in Lancaster is the annual Antelope Valley Fair, which has relocated to new quarters on 135 acres north of Avenue H and west of the Antelope Valley Freeway.
The Antelope Valley Indian Museum is the biggest attraction for tourists in Lake Los Angeles.
This valley is a long narrow valley separated from the Antelope Valley by Ritter Ridge, along the San Andreas Fault.
www.antelopevalleyguide.com /AV/communities.html   (6376 words)

 Antelope Valley: the Earth-made place   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The northern boundary of the Antelope Valley is the long-recognized boundary of Southern California itself—the Tehachapi Mountains, far lower in elevation than the opposing San Gabriels.
The Antelope Valley is often described as “high desert,” accounting for the elevations of around 3050 feet in its southern foothills to the playas of Rosamond and Rogers Dry Lakes at about 2270 feet.
The Antelope Valley was literally made by tectonic action—the northern edge’s Tehachapis were uplifted by the action of the Garlock fault, and the steep rise of the San Gabriels occurs where the vaunted San Andreas Fault passes along the Valley’s southern edge.
www.rut.com /mjalbert/AntelopeValley/02.html   (1120 words)

 Antelope Valley History
There is conflicting evidence as to who was the first white man in the Antelope Valley, but the first recorded historical accounts of travelers and explorers credit Captain Pedro Fages as being the first white man to set foot in the Antelope Valley in 1772.
Although gold was first discovered in California at the edge of the Antelope Valley (in what is now known as Placerita Canyon by Francisco Lopez, March 1842), all attention was soon directed north to Sutter's Mill, leaving the southern region in comparative peace.
With the completion of the railroad, the settlers came, and Palmdale and the Antelope Valley entered a new era, ending the isolation that had been prohibiting growth.
www.palmdalelibrary.org /history/part1.shtml   (622 words)

 Antelope Valley: The Geography of Suburban Sprawl in Southern California’s Antelope Valley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Antelope Valley: The Geography of Suburban Sprawl in Southern California’s Antelope Valley
Situated in northern Los Angeles County in the western Mojave Desert, the Antelope Valley experienced phenomenal growth in the past decade as it assumed the role of a Los Angeles Basin commuter suburb.
Once a rural farming community, then a military aerospace hub, the Antelope Valley was radically transformed in the 1980s by its newly-struck relation to Los Angeles.
www.rut.com /mjalbert/AntelopeValley   (671 words)

 Antelope Valley Medical Associates— How to Become a Member
Antelope Valley Medical Associates has contracts with the leading health plans which include HMO (health maintenance organization), POS (point of service), and PPO (preferred provider organization) plans.
After you have chosen Antelope Valley Medical Associates as your medical group, you are asked to choose your primary care physician (PCP).
Antelope Valley Medical Associates welcomes your participation and looks forward to a mutually beneficial relationship.
www.antelopevalleymedicalassociates.com /av_members.asp   (174 words)

 Antelope Valley, naturally
The Antelope Valley is about 60 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles.
Today the Antelope Valley's main claim to fame is as a symbol of Southern California's rampant population growth.
As for antelope in the Antelope Valley, the herds of thousands that once ranged here have been gone for 80 years.
www.sunset.com /sunset/Premium/Travel/2001/04-Apr/AntelopeValley0401/AntelopeValley0401.html   (1057 words)

 Community History in Words and Pictures: Antelope Valley
One of nine California valleys with the same name, this one lies in the western Mojave high desert and includes the communities of Lancaster, Palmdale, Rosamond and Mojave.
Populated by different cultures for an estimated 11,000 years, the Antelope Valley was a trade route for Native Americans traveling from Arizona and New Mexico to California's coast.
Today the Antelope Valley retains elements of its agricultural past but its economic base is now supported by aerospace and defense industries.
www.colapublib.org /history/antelopevalley   (305 words)

Part of the peer support network we sponsor, this is the valley’s first center run by and for people with mental illness.
In recognition of our contributions to the community, United Way of Los Angeles’ Antelope Valley Region named us “charity of the year” for 1997 and 2001, the same year our valley services director was named “volunteer of the year.” In 2002, we were “charity of the year” specifically for work with the Access Center.
She is the valley’s 2003 “Athena Award” winner for professional excellence, community service and mentoring.
www.mhala.org /antelope-valley-services.htm   (816 words)

 Antelope Valley Press Friday, July 6, 2007, home page
PALMDALE - Despite temperatures after sundown still in the 90s, hundreds of Antelope Valley residents made their way out to Poncitlan Square for the first summer night of Thursday Night on the Square.
Antelope Valley temperatures soared for a second straight day Thursday, as the mercury again hit record highs.
Valley Press Editor Dennis Anderson offers his take on issues ranging from the war on terror to the political skirmishes that unite and divide the Valley.
www.avpress.com   (1051 words)

 Antelope Valley land
Most vacant land areas in the Antelope Valley are expressed in 2.5 acre (approximately one hectare) increments (e.g., 2.5 acres, 5 acres, 10 acres, etc.).
APN 3310-013-064 (Antelope Valley land MLS # 189717): Prime level, paved-road-frontage, section-corner parcel at the south-west corner of the key intersection of paved-roads 120th Street East and Avenue E. This lot is just south of the 120th Street East entrance to Edwards Air Force Base.
APN 3378-018-032 (Antelope Valley land MLS # 203065): Terrific level paved-road-frontage parcel in the city limits of Palmdale, near the proposed Palmdale Regional Airport at 100th Street East and Avenue L-8.
www.naldoricketts.com /land.html   (998 words)

 Antelope Valley
Antelope Valley Project-A flood control, transportation and community revitalization project for Lincoln, partnering the NRD, the City of Lincoln and the University of Nebraska.
Phase One of the Flood Control component of the Antelope Valley Project began where Antelope Creek empties into Salt Creek, near the Nebraska State Fairgrounds, in Lincoln (pictured above).
The Antelope Valley Project also includes an extensive trail system.
www.lpsnrd.org /docs/MajorProjects/antelopevalley.htm   (214 words)

 Antelope Valley Homes for Sale, Antelope Valley Real Estate, Valencia Real Estate, Palmdale Homes, Antelope Valley ...
The Antelope Valley in California is located in northern Los Angeles County and the southeastern portion of Kern County, California.
The valley's first main industry as a part of the United States was agriculture.
New business parks in both Palmdale and Lancaster have been constructed and have room for additional businesses to relocateAs housing tracts continue to build in the middle of the valley, the farm operations are now found farther to the west and east sides than in previous decades.
www.parkregency.com /real_estate/antelopevalley.asp   (605 words)

 Antelope Valley Waste Dump - Investigations News Story - KNBC | Los Angeles
Antelope Valley Waste Dump - Investigations News Story - KNBC
This video, shot by Time Warner Channel 3 in the Antelope Valley, shows a mountain of powdery material 20 feet high and 200 feet long, and barrels used as retaining walls.
Attorneys hired by the neighbors say this appears to be evidence of an illegal waste operating -- they say was set up so Smith and Thompson could avoid having to pay licensed treatment facilities to take the waste.
www.nbc4.tv /investigations/10436015/detail.html   (801 words)

 Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve
While visiting the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve, we also suggest you visit the Arthur B. Ripley Desert Woodland State Park, located 5 miles west of the Poppy Reserve.
The Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve is located in the western Antelope Valley at an elevation ranging from 2600--3000 feet.
Until the early 1970's Sheep once grazed the buttes in the western Antelope Valley.
www.parks.ca.gov /?page_id=627   (813 words)

 Antelope Valley Real Estate Market
Permits issued show the values of homes to be built increased from $238.9 million to $333.5 million, and 1,799 permits had been pulled by the end of October 2003, compared to 1,357 by the end of October 2002.
The market in the Valley already has outstripped all of 2002, when 1,588 residential permits were issued, according to Gretchen Gutierrez, executive director of the Antelope Valley Chapter of the Building Industry Association of Southern California.
Homes in the Antelope Valley are selling at least as well as the rest of the Southern California region.
www.rosamondproperties.com /antelope_valley_housing.html   (956 words)

 Antelope Valley pictures - California stock photos, fine art prints by QTL
Antelope Valley consists of northern Los Angeles County and the southern portion of Kern County, California.
The valley is known as one of the best places for finding spring wildflowrs.
Depending on the year, some other locations in the valley can have better flower displays than the Preserve.
www.terragalleria.com /california/california.antelope-valley.html   (255 words)

 Antelope Valley High School - Lancaster, California - CA - school overview
Get the latest school data about Antelope Valley High School and learn what it means.
Antelope Valley High School is a horrible school but I had no choice but to go here.
An opportunity for the principal at Antelope Valley High School to speak about curriculum, special programs, activities, goals and more.
www.greatschools.net /modperl/browse_school/ca/1462   (185 words)

 Antelope Valley Pagans
Desert Dragon is located in the Hesperia/Victorville area of the Antelope Valley.
If you'd like to keep up on these events and other local Pagan Events, but can't handle the busy AV Pagan list, subscribe to Antelope Valley Events, an announcement only list that will send three to five messages a month on events in the community.
I know you think you're busy, but if you want to meet and greet many of us on line, this is the list to join to talk to us.
www.angelfire.com /ca2/antelopevalleypagans/events.html   (367 words)

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