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Palmdale pays $5.25 million to settle lawsuit over gun-toting city manager

Palmdale will pay $5.25 million to settle a lawsuit from three high-level employees who alleged they felt threatened and uncomfortable because a former city manager regularly brought a gun to work and was recorded receiving oral sex from a married woman.The employees, Deputy City Manager Michael Behen, Human Resources Manager Patricia Nevarez and City Clerk Shanae Smith, filed the lawsuit in June 2022. Their complaint alleged former City Manager J.J. Murphy, who was fired without cause earlier that same year, and other administrators ...

Palmdale will pay $5.25 million to settle a lawsuit from three high-level employees who alleged they felt threatened and uncomfortable because a former city manager regularly brought a gun to work and was recorded receiving oral sex from a married woman.

The employees, Deputy City Manager Michael Behen, Human Resources Manager Patricia Nevarez and City Clerk Shanae Smith, filed the lawsuit in June 2022. Their complaint alleged former City Manager J.J. Murphy, who was fired without cause earlier that same year, and other administrators “terrorized” and discriminated against the employees for raising concerns about no-bid contracts, gender biases and other misconduct.

“I am pleased that we were able to vindicate our clients, seek justice for them and to send a message to the city that such conduct is not going to be tolerated in the future,” said Brad Gage, the attorney for the three employees. “When you give 30 years of your life, or more, to a company, you expect to be treated a lot better than my clients were.”

Under the settlement, Palmdale paid $845,000 to Behen and $4.4 million to Smith and Nevarez, according to Gage.

Tensions high at City Hall

Tensions at Palmdale City Hall in late 2021 reached such a level that an elected official wore a bulletproof vest to a council meeting, according to the lawsuit. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reportedly sent deputies and a helicopter to one meeting in response to concerns that Murphy, who had a permit to carry a concealed weapon, could potentially harm someone if the City Council decided to fire him that night.

Gage said the city attorney recommended his clients take voluntary administrative leaves that same month because the city thought it would be safer.

“That’s the reverse of what should have happened,” Gage said. “If you’re worried that people are likely to be victims of violence, or other acts of wrongdoing, you don’t punish them by sending them home. The alleged harasser should be sent home.”

Both Nevarez and Behen had spent decades working for the city and had positive reviews until they began to question the handling of certain contracts and a 1% interest home loan issued to Murphy, Gage said.

Video circulated

Around the same time, a video purportedly showing Murphy receiving oral sex at a Quartz Hill hair salon and spa circulated through City Hall. Nevarez, Behen and Smith’s lawsuit alleges Murphy used public funds to keep the woman’s husband quiet and disrupted efforts to investigate the rumors.

In a separate lawsuit, Murphy accused an elected official of distributing the recording, which did not take place at City Hall or on the clock, to intentionally harm him.

Palmdale paid $2.23 million to Murphy last year to resolve a separate wrongful termination claim in which he portrayed himself as a victim of retaliation for refusing to cut corners to help out councilmembers’ donors.

Gun was unseen

Kevin Shenkman, who represented Murphy in that case and others, acknowledged that Murphy carried a firearm for his own safety, but he never threatened to use it or showed it to any of the employees who have claimed they felt unsafe.

Smith, Nevarez and Behen testified in depositions that they had not seen the gun personally, according to Shenkman.

“Mr. Murphy is a retired Air Force major. He is very familiar with firearms,” Shenkman said. “He had been receiving threats from one member of the community and so he had a concealed carry permit, and so he was legally carrying a firearm. Not on his person. He had it in a bag.”

Murphy was the one who feared for his life when the Sheriff’s Department sent five patrol cars and a helicopter to the December 2021 council meeting after being “falsely informed” that Murphy “was armed and dangerous,” according to his lawsuit.

The employees also never saw the sex tape, which Shenkman said they latched onto for the attention it would bring to the case. The recording, which he had not seen either, “purports to show a sex act not during work hours, not on the city hall premises” and not involving any other city employees, he added.

Allegations ‘ridiculous’

“What these folks started with is some scandalous, salacious things about guns and sex, that have nothing to do with their employment, and they tried to make a case around that,” Shenkman said. “Ultimately, you have a city that doesn’t want to go to trial on anything, so they pay out whatever money it takes to not go to trial.”

He called the allegations “ridiculous,” pointing to one, in particular, in which an employee reportedly felt threatened by an assistant city manager jiggling a locked office door handle.

Shenkman alleges employees were recruited to file the lawsuits as a pretext for firing Murphy. At least two other cases filed by employees during the same time period are still pending, according to court records.

Gage denied any such collusion occurred in his case, saying the city would not have paid such a large amount if the claims were false.

“They decided they were entitled to $5.25 million,” Gage said. “That’s a lot of money for someone who thinks it is made up.”

Palmdale released a statement calling the settlements a “fair compromise based on the totality of the facts.”

“We appreciate the mediator’s effort in achieving an equitable settlement on these claims,” the statement reads. “This marks a significant turning point for the City, allowing us to leave these longstanding cases in the past and direct our full attention to Palmdale’s promising future and the committed staff working each day to deliver for our community.”

Four men found dead at a Palmdale home. Authorities suspect drug use

Investigators suspect drug use was a factor in the deaths of four men whose bodies were found at a Palmdale home Tuesday, officials said.Authorities have not yet determined an official cause of death for the four men discovered on the property in the 37000 block of 17th Street East, but confirmed the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Overdose Response Task Force is investigating.Deputies and county firefighters were initially dispatched to the residence after receiving a call of a person down, sheriff’...

Investigators suspect drug use was a factor in the deaths of four men whose bodies were found at a Palmdale home Tuesday, officials said.

Authorities have not yet determined an official cause of death for the four men discovered on the property in the 37000 block of 17th Street East, but confirmed the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Overdose Response Task Force is investigating.

Deputies and county firefighters were initially dispatched to the residence after receiving a call of a person down, sheriff’s officials said in a statement. Upon arriving at 4:35 p.m., they found four men dead on the property, two inside the home and two in the backyard.

The Los Angeles County medical examiner’s office identified one of the men Wednesday as Thomas Lee Ramsey Jr., 35, of Los Angeles. The names of the three others have not been released, pending notification of next of kin, but they were identified as a man in his 60s, and two men in their 30s.

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Sheriff’s officials said their initial investigation indicates there was narcotic use at the home.

Nearby residents said the home was a regular spot for parties.

“There’s always something going on right here, always, always, always,” said a 30-year-old resident who did not want to be identified. “Sometimes we don’t get any sleep because they’re partying all night.”

Some of the people visiting the home also appeared to walk out, buy drugs and walk back in, according to the resident.

Another resident said there are multiple known drug-dealing spots in the area.

“You can see them selling dope,” said the 61-year-old, who also wished to remain anonymous. She said she carries Narcan, a drug to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, because she knows people who use narcotics in the neighborhood.

The sheriff’s task force was created in 2022 in response to a surge in overdose deaths in L.A. County and investigates drug-related deaths and the sources of drugs. According to the department, the task force also investigates whether sellers might be criminally charged in certain cases.

Overdose deaths have been increasing steadily in the county and have tripled since 2016.

Fentanyl is leading the trend. According to a November report from the L.A. County Department of Public Health, fentanyl was the culprit behind nearly 60% of the 3,220 accidental drug and alcohol overdoses recorded countywide in 2022.

Christian Bale breaks ground on Palmdale foster homes he’s fought for 16 years to see built

By ANDREW DALTON | AP Entertainment WriterChristian Bale broke ground Wednesday on a project he’s been pursuing for 16 years — the building of a dozen homes and a community center in Palmdale intended to keep siblings in foster care together.The Oscar winner stood with a grin and a shovel full of dirt alongside local politicians and donors in the decidedly non-Hollywood city of Palmdale, 60 miles north and across the San Gabriel Mountains from Los Angeles.But Bale, who was Batman in director ...

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Christian Bale broke ground Wednesday on a project he’s been pursuing for 16 years — the building of a dozen homes and a community center in Palmdale intended to keep siblings in foster care together.

The Oscar winner stood with a grin and a shovel full of dirt alongside local politicians and donors in the decidedly non-Hollywood city of Palmdale, 60 miles north and across the San Gabriel Mountains from Los Angeles.

But Bale, who was Batman in director Christopher Nolan ‘s “Dark Knight” trilogy, wasn’t just playing Bruce Wayne and lending his name and money to a charitable cause.

The project was his brainchild and one he’s long lent his labor to, getting his hands dirty and on Wednesday standing in actual mud after a historic storm on a hard-won site he’d visited many times before.

“I would have done it all if it was just me by myself here,” Bale told The Associated Press in an interview on the large vacant lot between a public park and a bowling alley.

The British-born Bale has lived in California since the early 1990s and sought to build the community after hearing about the huge number of foster children in LA County, and learning how many brothers and sisters had to be separated in the system.

That was around 2008, the time of “The Dark Knight,” when his now college-age daughter was 3 years old.

“I didn’t think it was going to take that long,” he said. “I had a very naive idea about kind of getting a piece of land and then, bringing kids in and the brothers and sisters living together and sort of singing songs like the Von Trapp family in ‘The Sound of Music’. ”

But he then learned “it’s way more complex. These are people’s lives. And we need to be able to have them land on their feet when they age out. There’s so much involved in this.”

Bale visited Chicago, spent several days in children and family services meetings. From there, he recruited Tim McCormick, who had set up a similar program, to head the organization that became known as Together California, a group Bale would co-found with UCLA doctor Eric Esrailian, a producer on one of his films.

“He said we’ve got to do this in California,” McCormick said. “To his credit, through all sorts of challenges, COVID and everything else, he never gave up.”

The men eventually found a sympathetic leader in LA County Supervisor Kathryn Barger, and in Palmdale, a semi-rural city of about 165,000 people, found a city with both a need and a willingness to take part.

The 12 homes, anchored by the community center, are set to be finished in April of 2025.

“It’s something that is incredibly satisfying for me, and I want to be involved every step of the way,” Bale said. “Maybe this is the first one, and maybe this is the only one, and that would be great. But I’m quietly hoping that there’ll be many of these.”

The 50-year-old Bale, who began acting as a child in films including Steven Spielberg’s “Empire of the Sun” and the Disney musical “Newsies,” won an Oscar for best supporting actor for 2010’s “The Fighter.” He’s also starred in “American Psycho,” “Vice” and “Ford v Ferrari.”

HANDEL'S HOMEMADE ICE CREAM ANNOUNCES PALMDALE OPENING ON SEPTEMBER 7th

PALMDALE, CA, September 05, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Scoops of success are stacking up as Handel's Homemade Ice Cream continues expansion in California! The world-renowned ice cream brand will open a new location in California at 39626 10th Street West Palmdale, California 93551. The Grand Opening event will be on September 7, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Franchise owners Jeanie and Stuart Broce will lead the Palmdale location.After working with the America...

PALMDALE, CA, September 05, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Scoops of success are stacking up as Handel's Homemade Ice Cream continues expansion in California! The world-renowned ice cream brand will open a new location in California at 39626 10th Street West Palmdale, California 93551. The Grand Opening event will be on September 7, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Franchise owners Jeanie and Stuart Broce will lead the Palmdale location.

After working with the American Job Center of California, the Broce's are excited to bring the legendary ice cream brand to Antelope Valley and hope to expand more job opportunities for individuals in the area. The owners look forward to building a business that will become a favorable gathering place for the local community.

"We are striving to contribute to the growth of and positively influence our community. Handel's embraces concepts we value, including giving back to our community and providing employment and mentorship to our local youth," said Stuart Broce, Co-owner of the Palmdale Handel's location.

The couple revealed their children introduced them to the Handel's Homemade Ice Cream brand, motivating them to open their store.

"We learned of Handel's Ice Cream from our children, who are huge fans of the brand in Orange County, California," said Jeanie Broce, Co-owner of the Palmdale Handel's location. "The secret to Handel's' success is its unique, time-tested process, which ensures optimal quality, flavor, and texture. Also, their dedicated team of expert ice cream makers develops new and exciting flavors that keep the menu fresh and enticing."

Jeanie and Stuart Broce are proud parents of seven, and both work full-time. Jeanie has a background in education and dance instruction and is an event promoter in the dance competition arena. She also works as a flight attendant. Her husband Stuart is retired from the US military after serving 25 years in the United States Navy and Air Force. He currently works as a pilot.

Stuart and Jeanie have traveled the world extensively, working in the aviation industry, and tasted a lot of ice cream. They believe that Handel's Homemade Ice Cream is genuinely the best in the world.

The Palmdale Handel's boasts a 2,000 sq ft space and will feature 48 flavors available daily and over 150 flavors seasonally rotated into the menu., including sherbets and sorbet. The location will also offer pickup, delivery, and catering.

The Handel's store in Palmdale will be open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Additionally, military veterans and uniformed first responders will receive discounts. The store is excited to collaborate with nearby elementary and high schools by offering reading incentives, teacher appreciation initiatives, and school fundraisers.

For more information, visit https://handelsicecream.com/store/palmdale/ or follow the Palmdale shop on Instagram and Facebook.

Handel's Homemade Ice Cream has been in the business of making and selling fresh ice cream since 1945. Founded in Youngstown, Ohio, by Alice Handel, the company continues the sweet legacy she established from her backyard garden, using fresh ingredients and upholding a commitment to quality. Each batch of Handel's ice cream is made fresh daily, using Alice's original methods and recipes. There are 48 flavors available daily and more than 140 flavors that rotate seasonally.

In 2023, Handel's ranked on Franchise Times' "Fast & Serious", a list of the smartest-growing franchises for the year and is recognized by TasteAtlas for one of the top 100 Most Iconic Ice Creams of the World.

Handel's has also been named #1 Ice Cream on the Planet by National Geographic, one of the Top 10 Best Ice Cream Businesses by USA Today, one of the Top 500 Restaurants in America by Nation's Restaurant News and Top 500 Franchises by Entrepreneur Magazine.

Handel's currently has more than 100 locations across 11 states and is growing. To learn more about Handel's franchise opportunities, visit www.handelsicecream.com/franchise.

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This new nuclear stealth bomber is top secret. So why is the B-21 Raider flying over Palmdale?

After years of secrecy, the B-21 Raider emerged from its Palmdale hangar Friday morning and took its first flight, soaring through the sky and giving plane enthusiasts, contractor employees and the public its first glimpse of the futuristic-looking bomber in air.The B-21 bomber, which is being built by Northrop Grumman Corp., took off from the secretive Air Force Plant 42 in Palmdale before heading north towar...

After years of secrecy, the B-21 Raider emerged from its Palmdale hangar Friday morning and took its first flight, soaring through the sky and giving plane enthusiasts, contractor employees and the public its first glimpse of the futuristic-looking bomber in air.

The B-21 bomber, which is being built by Northrop Grumman Corp., took off from the secretive Air Force Plant 42 in Palmdale before heading north toward Edwards Air Force Base, said Matt Hartman, a photographer who was out in Palmdale in hopes of taking photos of the plane after he’d heard rumors that a flight might be imminent.

About 80 people crowded near the Palmdale Regional Airport to try to see the first flight with their own eyes. Once the bomber flew by, “you could hear a pin drop,” Hartman said.

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The U.S. Air Force confirmed that the B-21 is in flight testing, and called it a “critical step” in the bomber’s test program. Flight testing includes not just flying operations but also ground and taxiing tests. Edwards Air Force Base is in charge of testing and evaluation for the B-21.

The flight test program “moves us another step closer to reaching operational capability,” Northrop Grumman said in a statement Friday. In December, Northrop Grumman unveiled the B-21 bomber for the first time, although that reveal only showcased the front of the aircraft. Technical details of the plane have so far been highly classified.

The Air Force plans to buy at least 100 B-21 stealth bombers by the mid-2030s for about $80 billion. Already, six B-21 bombers are in production, the Air Force said. The new planes will eventually replace the aging B-1 and B-2 bomber fleets.

Although the B-21’s flying-wing shape looks similar to that of the B-2, it has improved stealth technology and will be more supportable and maintainable than its predecessor, which has notoriously high maintenance costs.

The bomber is designed to fly both crewed and uncrewed missions, reflecting technological updates that were not available when the B-2 was built in the 1980s.

The Air Force plans to get its first few B-21 bombers, which are designed to fly long-range missions while evading radar detection, by the mid-2020s. The bomber is part of the U.S. military’s effort to update its nuclear triad, which includes warheads, submarines and missiles, as global rivals such as China also improve their weapons technology.

The program has boosted aerospace employment in the Antelope Valley, long known for its aerospace manufacturing jobs. In December, more than 7,000 people were employed at Northrop Grumman’s Antelope Valley facilities, which is double the number there in 2015 when the company won the bomber contract.

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