The F-100 was given to the city of Palmdale by the Victor Valley Economic Development Authority after being displayed at George Air Force Base in Victorville.
What does VVEDA stand for?
VVEDA stands for Victor Valley Economic Development Authority (Victorville, CA)
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Following are capsule summaries for each community (State grant listed first): Victor Valley Economic Development Authority (San Bernardino County), $31,250 Grant funds will be put to work with a federal funding match of $187,500 toward developing a master plan to assess and describe water, sewer and storm drain requirements to meet the needs of the Southern California Logistics Airport (formerly George AFB, which closed in 1994).
It was given to Palmdale by the Victor Valley Economic Development Authority after being displayed at George Air Force Base in Victorville, Seidl said.