The e-mail responses are amazingly articulate and positive. A refreshingly unique review of local and state political processes. The emails go a long way to offset some of the negative images that are constantly portrayed by the print media.
Last Monday and Tuesday I had the good fortune to be among seventy Santa Clarita Valley residents who shared a unique experience called the 2nd Annual Sacramento Road Trip. What an exciting and enlightening adventure!
The Golden State Gateway Coalition advocates funding the design and construction of The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority proposal to add northbound and southbound truck lanes and carpool lanes to Interstate 5 in northern Los Angeles County.
More than 65 Santa Clarita stakeholders boarded a bus for Sacramento to meet with key legislators and policy makers on Monday and Tuesday, May 14 & 15, 2007The trip was the second annual road trip organized by Assemblyman Cameron Smyth, KHTS AM-1220 Radio and Valencia Acura. This year, key representatives from the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Valley Industrial Association (VIA), local school districts and the City of Santa Clarita participated.