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City Starting New Program Aimed at Drunk Drivers

More traffic enforcement and safer streets are coming to Santa Clarita in the coming years.  New equipment purchases and increased special traffic enforcement measures are on tap as a result of a recent $393,936 grant awarded to the City of Santa Clarita and Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station. The City and Sheriff’s Department are dedicated to keeping our roadways safe through both enforcement and education.

County Buys 10 Speed Control Trailers

Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich will announce the purchase of 10 speed control trailers for the California Highway Patrol (CHP) which serve the unincorporated communities. 

Funding for the trailers has been provided through a State grant.  The five Los Angeles County based CHP stations will receive two trailers a piece for traffic safety and enforcement duties.


Fire Destroys Medical Office Building

A Fire on Saturday night burned medical office buildings in Newhall. The building, which is on Peachland Avenue, consists of 2 stories, and an attic.

The fire began in the attic and spread to a number off offices on the second floor.

When firefighters arrived on scene, the flames were enough to warrant six hours worth of work, with over 100 men.

In addition to the fire damage, water damage to the surrounding units is said to be extensive.

Early estimates peg the damage at roughly four million. 

Jon Dell

State Football Champs To Get Parade

The Canyon High School Cowboy football team, coaches and pep squad will be honored with a special parade this Thursday, December 21, 2006, beginning at 3 p.m. at Canyon High School, located at 19300 Nadal Street.  The parade will travel down Whites Canyon Road, ending at Sierra Vista Junior High School, at 19425 Stillmore Street, for a brief pep rally.

Cowboy Festival in Top 5 of U.S. Festivals

The Santa Clarita Valley’s Cowboy Festival was named by True West Magazine as one of the best cowboy festivals nationwide. The magazine, which provides hard-core western enthusiasts with the knowledge and information its readers need to enjoy their passion, awarded Santa Clarita’s cowboy festival for keeping the history, lifestyle, and Western authenticity alive.

More Closures This Week On I-5

Sylmar/North San Fernando Valley – The California Department of
Transportation (Caltrans) will close the following lanes of the Golden
State Freeway (I-5), as part of a $41.6-million project to construct High
Occupancy Vehicle, (HOV), or carpool lanes, on northbound and southbound
I-5 from State Route 118 to State Route 14:


·     5 a.m. to 2 p.m. – One lane of northbound I-5 from State Route 210 to
State Route 14

College Internships: The Missing Link

For decades students have been told that the natural progression of life is to go to college, get a degree and get a job. Little else was offered as far as direction goes, and so the student’s transition from college kid to working man was often times the toughest wall that they never knew they had to climb.

The Best in Business - 2006

The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce has announced the nominees for Business of the Year.

This prestigious award is designated for businesses that operate above and beyond similar sized companies, and there are awards for three categories: Small, Medium and Large businesses.

The nominees are:

For small businesses: Plumbing by Kirk, The Ingram Team, Gold Feather Realty, All Corked Up and Choppe’ Advertising.

For Medium Businesses: KHTS AM 1220, Mercedes of Valencia, Bank of Santa Clarita, Lexus of Valencia and SCV Bank.

E-Permiting On the Horizon for City

The City of Santa Clarita has taken its first step towards providing residents and businesses with the ability to manage development permits through the internet.  This week, the City launched “ePermit,” a solution that allows residents to check the status of any permit and the results of an inspection.  It will also allow citizens to look up permit history on any address within the city or request an inspection online any day or time.

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