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Sacramento Road Trip 2010

    Sacramento Road Trip 2010 - The Signal Editorial: There's Strength In Our Numbers

    The following was an editorial that appeared in The Signal on March 28, 2010.

    There is strength in numbers, and Santa Clarita's movers, shakers and decision-makers stood side-by-side in Sacramento last week to flex their muscles.

    It was the fifth annual Sacramento Road Trip, organized each year by KHTS AM-1220 radio station owners Carl Goldman and Jeri Seratti-Goldman.

    Sacramento Road Trip 2010 - Santa Clarita Enterprise Zone Position

    Located 35 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles, the City of Santa Clarita encompasses 52-square miles, with a population of approximately 180,000 residents. Santa Clarita is a leading business community in North Los Angeles County, with numerous entertainment, biomedical, technology, and aerospace companies.

    The City of Santa Clarita is home to the largest master-planned industrial park in Los Angeles County, and in 2008 was named the "Most Business Friendly City in Los Angeles County" by the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation.

    Sacramento Road Trip 2010 - I-5 Coalition Position


    PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The North Los Angeles County Interstate 5 project proposes to extend the high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes on I-5 from the State Route 14 (SR14) Interchange to Parker Road and to incorporate truck climbing lanes from the SR-14 Interchange to Pico Canyon
    Road/Lyons Avenue. Caltrans is the project lead along with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan
    Transportation Authority (Metro).

    Sacramento Road Trip 2010 - Castaic Lake Water Agency Position


    2010 Legislative Water Policy Priorities

    Issue: Californians deserve a water supply that provides reliable, good quality water to its residents, sustains its economy and its environment.

    Sacramento Road Trip 2010 - Saugus Union School District Position

    Background Facts

    Saugus Union School District is an elementary pre-school through 6th grade district in the Santa Clarita Valley. We have an operating budget of approximately 110 million. We have 10,350 students housed in 15 schools. Our enrollment has been steadily declining over the past four years. We are the administrative unit for the Special Education Local Planning Area (SELPA).


    Impact of Budget Cuts

    Sacramento Road Trip 2010 - Santa Clarita Valley Education Coalition Position

    "School district board members, administrators, teachers, employees, parents and community leaders acting as individual entities lobbying the state for education funding that maintains the current mandated system."


    Sacramento Road Trip 2010- COC Post-Trip Thoughts

    The Sacramento road trip is consistently helpful to College of the Canyons, and the trip last spring was particularly timely and useful.

    Sacramento Road Trip 2010 - William S. Hart School District Position


    ISSUE #1 - Impact of State Budget Cuts

    The Hart District's State revenue has been slashed by $20 million, resulting in increased class size, less counseling support, reduced intervention programs, proposed reduction in instructional days, salary and benefit reductions for both certificated and classified personnel, and lay-offs for classified positions, handicapping our ability to maintain a quality educational program.