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City Scrambling to Relocate Burrtecs Recycling Center

Officials plan to pursue parcel in Gate-King Business Park...

A much-needed recycling facility will have to be in a different location than planned---& soon, one city official said this week.

 

Get the full story in Monday's Signal.

Henry Mayo in Second Phase of E.R. Expansion

In a continued effort to meet the Santa Clarita Valley’s health care needs, work is under way to expand the emergency department at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital. Director of Facilities Bob Knoblauch said the $9 million project is now in its second phase. “This is the major addition to the building,” he said of the construction, which will more than double the existing 7,700 square-foot emergency room to 16,600 square-feet. The expansion will increase the number of emergency room beds from 21 to 33.

Healthy Woman’s Day Offers Free Health Screenings

Santa Clarita Valley women who are uninsured or underinsured can receive a free woman’s health screening at the fourth annual Healthy Woman’s Day Saturday, October 8, at the Boys and Girls Club in Newhall.  The event is sponsored by Zonta Club of SCV in conjunction with the

College of the Canyons Biotechnology Clean Room Set For Opening

College of the Canyons is putting the finishing touches on its new biotechnology center, part of a two-year project to create a state-of-the-art laboratory for the life sciences and engineering program.  Located just 10 minutes from its main campus, the College of the Canyons Biotechnology Center contains a 2000 square foot clean room within a 4700 square foot facility in the Mann Biomedical Park.
 

Dodgers Fall To Padres 3-1

In the last game of the regular season, the Los Angeles Dodgers were defeated by the San Diego Padres 3-1.  Tune in to Your Hometown Station AM 1220 KHTS on Wednesday at 5:00 pm as we bring bring you exciting Los Angeles Kings hockey!

Arts Revival Chalked Up to Street Fest

The Santa Clarita Street Art Festival in downtown Newhall continues today after a Saturday packed with all sorts of vendors, musicians, food and fun. . .

Hart Defeats Birmingham 23-13

Hart defeated Birmingham in a special Saturday night game at College of the Canyons.  Final score 23-13!  Go Hart!!!

City Red Light Cameras a Success

 The success of the first five red light cameras during the program’s first year may result in the addition of fifteen more cameras.  A total of 586 notices for red light violators were sent out in the first thirty days of the program and numbers are currently on the decline.
 
The City reports that citations are down overall about forty percent over the last four months, when compared with the first four months of the program.  The red light cameras first went on line in July 2004.
 

Dodgers Win 2-1!

On Saturday night, the Dodgers beat the Padres 2-1, in game two of a three game series.  Be sure to tune in tomorrow at 12:30, to your Hometown Station, for the final game of the Dodgers 2005 season.

Santa Clarita Wins International Award for Partnering

City Manager, Ken Pulskamp will be accepting a prestigious Program Excellence award on behalf of the City of Santa Clarita at the 91st annual International City/County Management Association (ICMA) conference next week in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  Program Excellence awards are presented to local governments and their chief administrators in recognition of their creative and successful programs.