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Cities of Lancaster and Palmdale Join Forces to Assist Federally Employed Local Residents Affected by Federal Government Shutdown

Cities of Lancaster and Palmdale Join Forces to Assist Federally Employed Local Residents Affected by Federal Government Shutdown

The City of Lancaster and the City of Palmdale, will aid furloughed federal government employees in any way they can. This is a scary time for the entirety of our nation, and we empathize with those who are working tirelessly to find innovative ways to make their dollars stretch farther during this difficult situation. In addition to providing support, the City of Lancaster has compiled a list of local, regional, and national resources that offer a number of ways to alleviate financial strain throughout the duration of the federal shutdown.

“Palmdale Mayor Steve Hofbauer and I are committed to the wellbeing of our residents – and are working together to take care of those in our community who are affected by the government shutdown,” said Mayor R. Rex Parris. “This is a scary time for many federal employees who already work hard to make ends meet and are now faced with bills to pay

“Our local residents are experiencing hardships not of their making and it is lasting much longer than anyone expected,” said Palmdale Mayor Steve Hofbauer. “The City of Palmdale is committed to working with the City of Lancaster to make sure our affected residents have access to City services and other available resources to help them make it through the impacts of the federal government shutdown.”

Cities of Lancaster and Palmdale Join Edwards Federal Credit Union in Announcing Edwards FCU Program to Assist Federally Employed Local Residents Affected by Government Shutdown

The following additional resources will be available to federal workers affected by the shutdown:

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