From 'The Signal'
Castaic High School, which is slated to open for the first time in August, does not have natural gas hookups or piping installed, which could possibly delay the school’s opening, according to people with knowledge on the matter.
“There is no gas,” said Randy Wrage, project manager for the high school. “We’re waiting on the gas companies to come and lay pipes.”
Wrage said the school will not open on time for this school year without the proper sign-offs, potentially leaving the $126.2 million project on a 200-acre site at the intersection of Valley Creek Road and Canyon Hill Road vacant.
“It’s not like you can flip a switch and… [Read more here: https://signalscv.com/2019/06/castaic-high-school-is-without-gas-weeks-before-opening/]