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Inspectors On the Prowl For Illegal Water Softeners

The Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District is beginning a home inspection pilot program for illegal automatic water softeners. The District will focus efforts and request inspections in residences where data indicates that automatic water softeners may still exist or be in use. This program is part of the District’s continuing efforts to rid the community of illegal automatic water softeners and, thus, decrease the cost to the community of complying with State mandates for chloride (salt) in the District’s recycled water going to the Santa Clara River.

CHP: ’94 Accords, ’88 Toyota Trucks, ’07 Suzuki Bikes Are Tops (For Car Thieves)

By Leon Worden, SCVNews.com

 California is making progress in its ongoing battle with auto thieves.  According to recently released statistics from the California Highway Patrol, last year 156,796 vehicles were stolen in California, a 1.3 percent reduction from 2010.   The rate of vehicle theft in California has dropped since 2006, a positive trend attributed to enforcement, education, and advancing theft deterrent technologies employed by the automotive industry.

Patricia McKeon Fined For Election Reporting Violation On Buck’s Campaign

By: Mark Archuleta

In a March 15, 2012 letter addressed to “Ms. McKeon” the Federal Election Commission (FEC) notified her that she was in violation of reporting rules and would suffer civil fines:

Runner: Prisoner Shift Has Hurt Low-Income Neighborhoods

A year ago, the Governor signed Assembly Bill 109 diverting convicted felons from state prison and into jail, a place intended minor criminals. This lawSharon Runner has resulted in an increased in crimes especially in poor urban areas as convicted felons are released early.

2 Suspects In Saugus Burglaries Behind Bars

On Monday, Oct. 1, at approximately 2 a.m., an alert patrol deputy was conducting patrol checks of local businesses in the area of the 26400 block of Golden Valley Road in Santa Clarita. The deputy saw two men seated in a vehicle that was backed into a parking space in front of a business.

Oct. 6: Meet Your Ballot At Election Preview Event

By Leon Worden, SCVNews.com

American Legion Post 507, SCVTV and Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LAUP) will host an election preview, “Meet Your Ballot 2012,” at Post 507′s headquarters in Newhall on Saturday, Oct. 6.

Free and open to the public, the event is designed to offer Santa Clarita Valley voters an opportunity to better understand the candidates and propositions on the November ballot.

The event will include a formal presentation from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and a voter resource booth will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Head-On Crash A Sorry Send-off For Local Warrior

By Leon Worden, SCVNews.com

Hours away from shipping off to Afghanistan, a Saugus man was just trying to take his family to dinner when they collided head-on with another Traffic collision in Santa Claritavehicle Monday in Newhall.

Habitat Plans To Build Homes for Vets Next Door To Bowman High

By Carol Rock

It might be a simple patch of land right now, nestled against a hillside near schools, offices and health care facilities, but the small crowd gathered California Vet is greeted by Lt. Renard ThomasMonday afternoon have high hopes for it.

Habitat Plans To Build Homes For Vets Next Door To Bowman High

It might be a simple patch of land right now, nestled against a hillside near schools, offices and health care facilities, but the small crowd gathered Monday afternoon have high hopes for it.

Habitat Plans To Build Homes For Vets Next Door To Bowman High

by Carol Rock

It might be a simple patch of land right now, nestled against a hillside near schools, offices and health care facilities, but the small crowd gathered Monday afternoon have high hopes for it.

Santa Clarita Valley Habitat For Heroes has a dream of building a village for veterans returning home from defending our country on native soil or faraway places. That dream is coming to fruition on a 24-acre parcel on Centre Pointe Parkway, where officials announced today their intention of building 87 homes.