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Santa Clarita Chamber: No To Prop 87

The Board of Directors of the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce voted to oppose Prop 87, the Oil Tax Initiative on the November 2006 Ballot.

Here's the Chamber's official position:

Group Updated on District Projects

Arroyo Seco modernization includes a new science building & gymnasium as well as work on the ampitheater site.

Two Hart district managers reported to a citizen's committee Monday on all of the school building & renovation projects that are under way.

Get the entire story in Thursday's Signal.

Victim Healing After Attack

Saugus man says he was nearly killed with a machete.

Atop a dirt road, an earshot from rattle snakes & about two miles from the nearest paved road, Ross Wilson & his girlfriend Melissa Rigs have lived in a state of fear for the past two nights.

Get the whole story in Thursday's Signal.

Vital Express: Falling Like A House Of Cards

Trouble is brewing at Vital Express, one of Santa Clarita’s high profile companies.

Dan and Lisa Boaz, owners of Vital Express, delivery and logistics had been leading the good life. Their company had taken off from a small, mom and pop delivery service, into an international logistics company, with franchises rolling out throughout the nation. Or at least that is what they would like you to think.

Dodgers Lose to San Diego 10-3

On Wednesday, the Dodgers fell to the San Diego Padres 10 to 3. The Dodgers have Thursday off and will return to Dodger Stadium on Friday to open a 3 game series against the Washington Nationals. Catch the action LIVE on AM-1220 KHTS beginning at 7 PM.

City/Sheriffs to Host National Night Out Event

It's America's Night Out Against Crime!
The 23rd Annual National Night Out, a unique crime/drug prevention event sponsored by the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriffs Station and the City of Santa Clarita, will be held on Tuesday, August 1, 2006, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriffs station.

Rehabilitation Sites Referred Back to County

Questions surface regrading access to the area & flood plain.

A drug & alcohol rehabilitation facility with links to the Church of Scientology was referred back to county planning officials Tuesday...

Get the full story in Wednesday's Signal.

Castaic Leaders Want Answers from Developer

Town council's still unaware of change sought for Northlake.

Castaic leaders are scratching their heads as the developer seeking to build thousands of homes on the edges of Castaic Lake has sought a change of the development plan that no one in the local town council knows about.

Get the full story in Wednesday's Signal.

Los Angeles County Opens Two Cooling Centers in Santa Clarita Valley

Los Angeles — Continued extreme temperatures and power outages threaten the safety of seniors and others who face heat-related health difficulties and stress. Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich has directed County departments to open two Santa Clarita Valley facilities to serve as “cooling centers” for those in need of relief from the heat and humidity.   These cooling centers are open now at:
Castaic Sports Complex