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Possible Annexations Could Dramatically Increase Population

A few weeks ago, the Westridge Town Council hinted at the fact that they might be open to talking to the city of Santa Clarita about annexation. A few days ago, Castaic spoke a similar theme. Stevenson Ranch, who has been on again, off again about the issue for years also extended some hope to the notion.

Snow Chains To Be Required In Some Areas

Caltrans has issued an alert that snow chains will be required once it begins snowing in the San Bernadino and Riverside County Mountains and even possibly the High Desert. They are asking that you be prepared and bring chains with you just in case.

 

 Below is a list of restriction codes you should be aware of:

 

W = No restrictions, watch for snow on the pavement.

 

Smyth Optimistic About Governor’s Message

Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita, issued the following statement on Governor Schwarzenegger’s annual State of the State address to the California Legislature.

 

Snow A Very Real Possibility Tonight

Tonight, temperatures could dip down into the 20’s, with a chance of rain. This equals a very rare occurrence here in Santa Clarita where the possibility of snow is a reality.

It should snow down to 1,500 feet, and most parts of Santa Clarita sit right near that range.

So, granted, it’s not guaranteed, but the mere thought of snowfall outside our very own bedroom windows should have everyone watching their thermometer.

Antonovich Calls Today Human Trafficking Awareness Day

Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich accompanied by Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley and Paul Nissan, Executive Director, of the “National Human Trafficking Awareness Day,” joined the Board of Supervisors in proclaiming January 11, 2007, as “National Human Trafficking Awareness Day” throughout Los Angeles County.

Armed Robbers Stick Up Kids In Canyon Country

In an alarming set of robberies today, two young men, aged 16 and 17 held up six kids with a replica 45 caliber pellet gun.

There were two robberies, 15 minutes apart on Camp Plenty Road this afternoon.

Two separate groups of kids were walking on Camp Plenty, when one robber approached them on foot as the other awaited in a dark green Ford Explorer.

The robber on foot then brandished the pellet gun, which looks exactly like a real handgun, and demanded money and property from the victims.

McKeon Reappointed To House Armed Services Committee

Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon (R-CA) confirmed today that he has been reappointed to serve on the House Armed Services Committee.  The reappointment, which was confirmed by a vote of the House Republican Conference, returns McKeon to the committee from which he took a leave of absence in 2006.

Henry Mayo Expansion Debate Previewed At City Council

It wasn’t on the agenda to address the proposed Henry Mayo Expansion. In fact, it won’t even get to the council until sometime in April, but at last night’s City Council meeting there was a preview of just how tough the subject will be.

 

The last item on the agenda for the night was for the council to decide whether or not the consultant picked by the city would be hired to do a study.

Today, Learn To Cope With Cancer

I Can Cope Education Series for Cancer Patients, Caregivers, Family and Friends.

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

 

“Know Your Pathology Report” presented by Dr. Barbara Florentine, Pathology Associates

(Bring your pathology report and your questions)

 

Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Health Foundation Building

(Modular building west of the main hospital)

Room 1

 

Please RSVP: 661/298-0886, option 3

New Workshop Helps You Fix Conflict In The Workplace

The Small Business Development Center and the Employee Training Institute are excited to offer the following workshop beginning in January:

Conflict Resolution (24 hour series)

Take the mystery out of how to resolve conflict in the workplace.  Learn the do's and don'ts of intervention in employee conflict.  Learn to work with different negotiation styles, how to handle difficult conversations and how to use the power of questions to resolve conflict.