From 'The Signal'
By The Signal Editorial Board
Well, that was a bit of a scare. Word went out last weekend that Castaic High School, just weeks away from opening, still didn’t have vital utility connections, including natural gas lines.
Insiders were saying it was entirely possible that the long-awaited school, the seventh major high school in the Santa Clarita Valley and the first devoted exclusively to residents of Castaic and Val Verde, might not open as scheduled on Aug. 13.
“It’s not like you can flip a switch and all of a sudden there’s gas and electricity,” Randy Wrage, project manager for the high school’s construction, said on June 15. “It will not open without gas. We need the gas soon.”
It seemed the Southern California Gas Co. had yet to… [Read more here: https://signalscv.com/2019/06/our-view-teamwork-and-a-crisis-averted-for-castaic-high/]