Today Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) and Senator Richard Alarcon (D-San Fernando Valley) announce the formation of the Coalition to Explore the Development of a New Regional Airport in Palmdale. This coalition is made up of San Fernando Valley leaders and will be focused on developing Palmdale as Southern California's new regional airport.
Every time a faucet is turned on in Santa Clarita, the water that emerges is at the end of a lengthy and storied journey. The water is collected, stored, relocated, treated, sold, resold and sent out to the public. The end product is clean, on demand water, in the closest thing to a desert this side of the Mojave.
It’s a Tuesday in Santa Clarita and to most of us that means it’s the relatively mundane lull between Monday’s catch up frenzy and Wednesday’s deadlines. But to Deputy Gerri McCorkle of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department it’s the same as every other day: anything can happen.
Leonard Nimoy, renowned photographer, actor, director and visionary, will make his first appearance in the Santa Clarita Valley on Saturday, October 21, 2006, in a presentation of his one-man, multi-media show, See What I See: Shekhina.
Mr. Nimoy’s presentation kicks off the Congregation Beth Shalom Distinguished Speaker Lecture Series.
When the William S. Hart Union High School District Governing Board meets twice a month, the schedule is busy. It’s always busy. And with 20,000 students in Santa Clarita, their next meeting on October 18th will be no different.
Contract negotiations between COC & the union representing all part-time & adjunct faculty remain at an impasse. The next round of negotiations set to begin later this month. Get the full story in Thursday's Signal.
Beginning January 1, offenders found guilty of driving under the influence will face criminal charges.A no-tolerance approach to underage drinking & driving will be the new way of dealing with the increasing problem statewide. Get the whole story in Thursday's Signal.