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PROGRAMA COSECHA SANA AYUDA A TRABAJADORES DE LA INDUSTRIA AGRÍCOLA A GUARDAR CUARENTENA (“AUTOISLARSE”) SI SON EXPUESTOS A, RECIBEN RESULTADO POSITIVO EN LA PRUEBA DE DETECCIÓN DE COVID-19
La Asociación de Acción Comunitaria de Kern (CAPK, por sus siglas en inglés) ha lanzado el Programa Cosecha Sana, un programa que brinda opciones de alojamiento temporal en hoteles para empleados esenciales de la industria agrícola y procesamiento de alimentos que recibieron resultados positivos en la prueba de COVID19 o han sido expuestos al COVID-19, que no requieren hospitalización, a tener lugares seguros y adecuados para guardar cuarentena y no pueden hacerlo en casa.
Every Friday, Delano residents begin lining up in their cars at 6 a.m. in front of Life House Church for a food distribution that starts at 9 a.m.
Housing for the Harvest program to help workers in agriculture industry self-isolate if exposed to, test positive for COVID-19
Community Action Partnership of Kern has launched the Housing for the Harvest Program, a program that provides temporary hotel housing options for essential farm and food processing employees who are either COVID19 positive or exposed, who do not require hospitalization, to have safe and suitable places to isolate and are unable to do so at home.
‘Round two’: McFarland seeks to fill vacant seat on City Council; GEO appeal on hold till seat is filled
The McFarland City Council has issued a public notice, inviting residents to submit letters of interest to serve as a city council member.
After waiting a long four hours of comments from GEO Group, McFarland residents opposing the expansion of GEO cheered Tuesday in celebration when the McFarland Planning Commission voted 2-2, rejecting the motion to allow GEO to turn two prisons into immigrant detention centers.
Hundreds protest, counter-protest expansion of immigration detention at McFarland Planning Commission meeting
Hundreds of people gathered outside the McFarland Veteran Memorial Hall last Tuesday to attend the City Planning Commission meeting, where people were set to discuss the possibility of expanding city permits to its immigrant detention capabilities.
Delano school district votes to keep sit-out rule policy; residents criticize board member for not following rule
The Delano Joint Union High School District voted Sept. 10 to keep the one-year sit out policy for students who transfer schools within the district, leaving student-athletes disappointed.
After the Delano City water system recently failed to meet water drinking standards, residents voiced their concerns at Monday’s city council meeting.
College students, farm workers, council members and many other Delano community members gathered at a town hall in late August to learn more about what it means to be a sanctuary city.
A group of Delano students expressed dissatisfaction at a school board meeting with with a policy that prohibits students from participating in sports for a year when transferring schools.