Mandatory Hepatitis A vaccinations being pushed by County board
To counter legal roadblocks preempting the County from imposing mandatory Hepatitis A vaccinations for food service workers, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich’s motion to sponsor State legislations amending the California Retail Food Code to mandate such vaccinations for public health.
A large brush fire is currently burning in the Gorman area.
As of Sunday afternoon, 200 fire fighters are trying to fight the fire which has burned over 2,500 acres.
There have been 3,000 people evacuated. There is no concern for traffic on the I-5 North and South. As of Sunday afternoon, the fire is about 80% contained, with the hope that it will be 100% contained by 6:00pm Sunday night. The fire started on Saturday afternoon.
State of the Art Transit Facility Receives Excellence in Transportation Award
The City of Santa Clarita’s Transit Maintenance Facility received the 2007 Excellence in Transportation Award by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) in the Transportation Related Facilities category.
On Tuesday, June 5th, the Hunger Defense Fund is inviting Santa Clarita to stop by their offices in Canyon Country for National Hunger Awareness Day. From 1:00 to 4:00pm, they’ll be giving out free hot dogs, hamburgers and sodas.
Donations to the Hunger Defense Fund are also always welcome, but not a requirement.
This coincides with two fundraising events in Santa Clarita that day that KHTS is sponsoring.
County Report brings attention to how department handles citizens’ complaints.
Special Counsel Merrick J. Bobb, along with staff at the Police Assessment Resource Center released an April report that looked into six LA County Sheriff’s Stations: Century, Compton, Lakewood, Palmdale, Pico Rivera, and Santa Clarita.
In the report, they analyzed the station’s response to citizen complaints, Unit Level Investigations, and they drew shooting and use of force tables.
On Monday, July 30th the Domestic Violence Center of the Santa Clarita Valley will host their inaugural Golf Tournament at Robinson Ranch Golf Course. Bob Kellar, City of Santa Clarita City Council Member, and Chris Fall, Immediate Past Chair of the Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce, have been named honorary co-chairs of the event set to kick-off with a shotgun start at 10:00am.
Whether you’re looking to make a difference, get information, or be entertained, there are a lot of choices this weekend in Santa Clarita
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will be making two presentations on Saturday at Rio VistaSchool. They are designed to teach parents what to look for in their children’s lives, and how to combat issues relating to their child’s well being.
The first presentation will be about gangs and graffiti. The second will address bullying and internet safety.