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Pool to Stay Open

Val Verde Pool in Saugus will extend its operating season thanks to Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich.  The pool is located at 30300 Arlington Street in Saugus.

The pool will be open until Sunday, November 20, 2005.  Some programs being offered include, but not limited to, swim lessons for all ages, recreational swim, adult lap swim, novice swim team for ages 7 to 17.  Val Verde pool provides the community with after school and weekend activities for free or at a minimal cost.

Jewish New Year Sees 1 Percent Absence in Schools

Hart District representative says it's too soon to tell if attendance is high, low, or normal...The Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah came & went Tuesday, & an average of 1 percent of the students in three Hart district schools were absent, according to preliminary figures.  Get the full story in Thursday's Signal.

Commission Okays General Plan for Land Near Mine

Adding to a so-called "green belt" surrounding Santa Clarita could come at the price of keeping watch over a proposed mega-mine in Soledad Canyon, a city official said this week.The city Planning Commission agreed unanimously Tuesday to approve a general plan amendment for 1,885 acres in Soledad Canyon...  Get the details in Thursday's Signal.

Council Member Visits Washington D.C.

Council member Frank Ferry is in Washington D.C. this week, seeking funding for the Cross Valley Connector, the new eight-and-a-half-mile roadway that will ultimately link SR 14 to Interstate 5/126 through the City.

City to Crack Down on Enforcement

Three-pronged plan centers on parking, property maintainence & housing inspection.For the first time in its nearly 18-year history, the city intends to proactively enforce some of its parking & housing codes in Canyon Country & Newhall.  See the whole story in Thursday's Signal.

Kings Lose to Stars 5-4

In a game heard on KHTS, the Kings lost to the Stars, 5-4. Tune into your hometown station, tomorrow night for more Kings action!

Mint Canyon Students Returning to Own Campus

Mint Canyon School is pleased to announce that all students will be returning to the Mint Canyon School campus on Monday, October 17. 
School hours for first through sixth grade students will be 8:15 AM to 2:45 PM with a 1:45 PM dismissal time on Tuesdays only.  Morning kindergarten is from 8:15 AM to 12:05PM.  Afternoon kindergarten is from 10:55 - 2:45. 

Session to Offer Information on Parks Initiative!

Santa Clarita residents will have an opportunity to receive information on a proposed parks initiative Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center. The city has proposed an Open Space and Parkland Preservation District and is in the process of sending ballots to the city’s property owners.

A Fitting Honor for Environmentalist

The Placerita Nature Center names a trail for local activist Karen Pearson.Local environmental activist Karen Pearson was recognized Tuesday for her efforts in the SCV by having a trail at the Placerita Canyon Park & Nature Center named in her honor.  Get the full story in Wednesday's Signal.

Cameras May Snap at More Intersections

Officials are looking at expanding red-light monitors in light of fewer reports of collisions in the SCV.Santa Clarita has had its eye on the city's red lights over the past year & might expand its field of vision in the coming months.  See this story in Wednesday's Signal.