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Caltrans Closures For Holiday Weekend

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) advises motorists traveling on northbound Golden State Freeway (I-5) to plan ahead to avoid holiday-related delays from Friday, May 22 through Monday, May, 25. Caltrans will suspend roadway construction work today through Tuesday morning, May 26.

The following lane closures will remain in effect on I-5 In North Los Angeles County and Kern County during the weekend:

Sheriff's Memorial Torch Run Set This Weekend

 

Deputies are on the run, but they’re not chasing any bad guys.

 

They’re running to remember those who are no longer at their side.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department 2009 Memorial Torch Relay began this morning when runners left the Sherman Block Sheriff’s Headquarters building to start a 339 mile journey.

Take Back Control Of Your Clothes Closets

Are your clothes closets stuffed? Purses, shoes, clothes, umbrellas, extra hangers, even linens, magazines and books that have strayed? Can you even see your floor? Here are a few tips to cope with closet clutter:

First buy some good hangers and toss all those skimpy wire hangers. I prefer plastic hangers with swivel heads and rounded shoulders. Get heavier duty wood hangers too along with skirt / pants hangers with clips that hold multiple items, plus a tie rack if you need one, as well as some sort of shoe rack (standing preferred).

Wastewater Issue Still Boiling Tempers

Call it a sewer tax, or a wastewater service charge, it’s still something that Santa Claritans are up in arms about.

 

On Tuesday afternoon, three elected officials will vote on whether or not to approve a rate hike to support the construction of a  desalination plant to clean up water passing through the Santa Clarita Valley. The hike proposed could raise sanitation fees by $384 a year. Tuesday is the public’s only chance to protest the hike and voice their opinions.

 

Now Playing: A Laugh A Minute At The Forum

Under the direction of Patti Finley, the talented cast keeps the laughs coming and the action moving.  David Kenny is Pseudolus, the slave whose desire to be free propels the action of the play. 

Senex, the aging, hen-pecked master of the house, is played by Greg Finley and Tamarah Ashton-Coombs is Domina, his over-bearing wife.  Their innocent, day-dreaming son, Hero, is played by Tom Lund and the head slave in the House of Senex is the hapless, nervous Hysterium, played by Wade Bradford.

Union Legislation Sparks McKeon, Local Chamber Action

Business as usual may soon become anything but, as a new piece of legislation is circulating in Washington that could dramatically alter the process for forming employee unions.

The Employee Free Choice Act makes three key changes in the law that has Congressman Buck McKeon and our local Chamber of Commerce on the offensive.

SCVTV Wins Big At 2009 Conference

SCVTV took the top prize for its SCVTV.com website in the 2009 STAR Awards competition. The contest is hosted annually by SCAN NATOA, the association of city and county government television operators across California and Nevada.

The website category pitted SCVTV against all city and county television channels regardless of budget, including several with budgets exceeding $1 million.

Car Burglars Get Caught By Active Neighborhood Watch

A number of Neighborhood Watch meetings in the Fair Oaks Ranch area over the past several weeks may have paid off in a big way early Tuesday morning.

 

Deputies and detectives have been closely watching and heavily patrolling the area, as well as the Hasley Hills area of Castaic, for the past several months due to a recent increase of residential and vehicle burglaries dating back to early March.

Antonovich Urges Schwarzenegger To Lead The Way In State Reforms

The following is an open letter, sent by Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich to California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

May 22, 2009

HonorableArnold Schwarzenegger
Governor, State of California
State Capitol Building
Sacramento, CA 95814

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