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Antonovich Not Happy With Agua Dulce Decision

On a 4 to 1 vote, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a modification of the conditions of approval for Special Use Permit 1404, the zoning approval for the Agua Dulce Airpark.  The Board's action allows for the construction of up to 55 hangars and 250,000 square feet of tie-down space among other uses on the Airpark property.

Blue Star Moms Collecting Items for Troops

The Santa Clarita Chapter of Blue Star Mothers is collecting items for our service men and women.  They also provide gifts to Veteran’s Hospital patients.  They have collection boxes in Curves, Von’s Pavilions, WalMart at Stevenson Ranch and offices of KHTS AM-1220 in Canyon Country.  Boxes will soon be in the new Super WalMart off Golden Triangle.   Please help them with donations from the following list.

New Plan for Smyth Replacement Proposed

At the city Council meeting last night, a new plan for selecting Cameron Smyth’s replacement was proposed by Councilman Frank Ferry.

Two options were expected to be discussed, one of which being a special election and the other being council appointment of a person to fill in for the remainder of Smyth’s term which would last until April of 2008.

Kings Name Luc Robitaille to Executive Position

LOS ANGELES - Luc Robitaille, the highest scoring left wing in NHL history, has been named Assistant to the Governor and Alternate Governor for the Kings, it was announced today by Kings Governor and CEO of AEG, Tim Leiweke.
"We are working to ingrain a history and tradition of winning into our franchise and throughout our organization and Luc will play a key role in that initiative," said Leiweke.  "Luc has a great sense for business and his expertise and knowledge will continue to grow as he learns the business side of AEG and the Kings."

Smyth Replacement on City Council Agenda Tonight

Cameron Smyth, the current city Councilman and future state Assemblyman will be leaving behind an open seat when he resigns from the council on Dec. 1.

Lockheed Player of the Week - November 14, 2006 - Alex Pettee

Congratulations, Alex Pettee of Hart High School for being a “Player of the Week”.

Petee, the Quarterback for the Indians was 17 of 21 for 221 yards and two touchdowns in the Indians 37-13 win over Saugus that clinched Hart second place in the Foothill League and a first round home playoff game.

Transit Announces Holiday Route Change

The city announced today that two bus routes running in and out of Santa Clarita will have some holiday changes. 

Routes 794 and 799 will have limited service operating on Friday, November 24, 2006. 

There will be no Santa Clarita Transit service on Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 23, 2006.

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Full Restitution Made in Vandalism Case

Since January of this year, the City’s trail division has spent nearly $180,000 on fixing, repairing and cleaning up vandalism and graffiti made to the City’s parks and trails. Enough is enough! The City’s risk management office spent a day in court last week, arguing that a recently-caught vandal should be made to pay full restitution for their crimes, and the judge agreed.

Open Forum on Hospital Expansion Fuels Debate

An open forum on the proposed 25 year Master Plan by Henry Mayo Hospital and G&L Realty was held last night at Valencia United Methodist Church.

The forum was brought about to let the public sit in on presentations from both sides of the proposed hospital expansion which include Smart Growth SCV, who oppose the current plan as it is written, and Henry Mayo Hospital, represented by CEO Roger Seaver. The format was pre-determined as one 15 minute presentation by each side, followed by one 10 minute rebuttal each, and then ending with questions from the audience.