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Smyth's Military Uniform Bill Passes Assembly Committee

Assembly Bill 1463, by Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, Santa Clarita, passed out of the Assembly Education Committee today by a vote of 8-0.  The bill would give students who have completed military boot camp training, as well as all of their high school graduation requirements, the right to wear their military dress uniforms at high school graduations.

Senate Committee Kills Strickland's Board Salary Legislation

On Tuesday, the California State Senate Government Organization Committee was unable to pass Senator Tony Strickland's bill that would have suspended the salaries of specific state boards and commissioners. According Senator Strickland's office, SB 685 targeted those who sit on certain state boards and commissions approximately one or two times per month, yet make over $100,000 per year.

Weekly News Podcast 4-28-09


This week on Something to Talk About which airs every Tuesday at 10 a.m., host Carol Rock tackled the week’s biggest issues including:

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Top Things To Do This Weekend, May 1, 2009

--Loosen up those belts and get ready to dive in to taste bud heaven, at the 21st Annual “Taste of the Town,”  Santa Clarita’s premiere food and wine tasting event!

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Dodgers Lose Game, Series To Giants

Dodgers dominated by Cy Young ace Tim Lincecum

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Saugus Softball Team Rallies To Beat Valencia

The Saugus softball team handed Valencia its first Foothill League loss of the year and did it in extra innings on Tuesday. Each team scored four runs in the seventh inning. Saugus won the game, 5-4, in the bottom of the eighth.

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Santa Clarita Man Being Sought After Handling Bat With Rabies

Los Angeles County Public Health officials are hoping to contact a local man who handled a rabies-infested bat in the parking lot of Bristol Farms in Valencia last week, according to True Pawluck with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

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21-Point Economic Development Plan Coasts Through Council

City staff has compiled a detailed 21-point plan to help jump-start the economy in Santa Clarita. This comes amid severe economic decline across the country, of which our town is not immune.

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Sex Offender Restrictions Tightened Within Santa Clarita

Convicted sex offenders who choose to live in the city of Santa Clarita will have to pay extra close attention to their home’s location, after the city council voted unanimously to restrict where they can live.

Current law forbids serious registered sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of schools, parks and other areas where children regularly congregate.