The Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency will take public input, tonight, as part of the decennial process of adjusting the division boundaries, as seen in the current map, above.

PALMDALE — The Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency will hold a virtual public hearing, tonight, to gather input on the ongoing redistricting process.

Like government agencies at every level, AVEK is required to take on redistricting every 10 years, to ensure its divisions are roughly equal in terms of representation.

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