The Valley hospital in California’s Kern Valley was built in 1939 as a small rural community.
It opened in 1961, the same year that President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Civilian Conservation Corps into law.
But by the mid-1980s, it was losing money and facing financial and demographic challenges.
It was closing, and so were the hospital’s employees.
It closed because it couldn’t get the money to pay its employees and to keep its buildings open, which meant they could no longer operate.
The Valley is now a major health care system, but its residents have had little say in its future.
When the Valley opened in 2000, it offered a “community of excellence,” with a goal of creating an innovative and innovative-looking hospital.
Today, the Valley Hospital in Kern Valley has been closed to the public, but the Valley’s residents are still receiving care there.
In 2010, President Donald Trump ordered the closure of the Valley, saying that the hospital had become “too profitable.”
In 2015, a lawsuit by former employees of the hospital, including several current employees, brought a class-action lawsuit against the Valley for violating California’s public health care laws by closing the hospital and refusing to compensate them.
Today it is unclear whether any of the lawsuits have been successful.
One of the former employees, the widow of a former Valley employee, is challenging the closure, and the Valley has argued that it has no obligation to pay her for medical care.
It has also argued that if the case goes to trial, it has the right to keep her records.
“This hospital, the valley hospital, is a community of excellence, and that means they’re here for the residents of the community to see the best of the best, and we want to support them to do that,” said Nancy Krumholz, the hospital administrator at the time of the closure.
“That’s why we closed it.
We have a good reason for doing it.”
But the valley community has not gotten the benefits that it was promised.
According to the lawsuits, the former Valley employees were paid less than they were due.
Some were told they would have to work at least 16 hours a day, according to a lawsuit filed by the former staff members.
The former Valley administrators were not allowed to have an office, so they were paid to keep their offices open.
And when the Valley closed in 2018, it shut down the hospital to make room for a new building, but many of the employees who were still employed there were fired, according of the lawsuit filed last year.
Now the Valley is losing millions of dollars in federal funding, and its residents are getting sicker and sicker.
The hospital has had its staff number dwindle to about 70 employees.
Last year, the state of California stopped funding it.
The state also stopped funding certain federal programs, including programs that assist people with disabilities, and also halted the state’s Medicaid program for low-income adults.
The district court ruled that the Valley was a public health system and thus subject to public health and safety regulations, and thus was eligible for federal funding.
The court also found that because the Valley had to close to make way for the new building that the district court determined the Valley “is a community health care facility.”
The Valley’s lawsuit against California is still pending, and a judge is expected to issue a decision by the end of this month.
The closure has created an uproar in Kern County.
On Thursday, the sheriff of the county, Scott Clements, spoke at a town hall meeting where residents spoke out against the closure and what they called the mistreatment of the public by the Valley.
One man, who did not want to be identified, told the crowd that the people in the Valley were dying because of what the Valley did.
He added that the public has no right to be told that the valley is a hospital and that the workers deserve to live in dignity and privacy.
In the past, Kern County has tried to address its hospital problems with a series of initiatives that have been praised by some for improving the health of the residents.
But the Valley closure and the resulting budget problems mean the county will have to make changes.
Kern County’s Department of Public Health released a budget plan for fiscal year 2019 that is expected for the fall of 2019, but it did not mention the Valley or the closure specifically.
In a statement released Friday, the department said it is still working to find a solution that will ensure the health and wellbeing of all Kern County residents.