he City of Santa Clarita’s Building and Safety Division will host a series of FREE workshops for architects, engineers, designers, contractors and developers to review the key changes made to the California Building Codes and local amendments. Attendees will gain an understanding of how the 2013 building codes will affect the design and construction of both residential and non-residential new buildings, additions, alterations and tenant improvements.
Valencia Valley and Meadows Elementary Schools are updating their campuses, using Measure E bond funds. Portable classrooms have been taken down to make room for new permanent classrooms, equipped with education technology.
With nearly 40 roles available, students and community members are invited to audition their talents for a chance to be featured in the casts of three upcoming COC theatre department productions.
The COC theatre department’s spring lineup includes productions of “Mr. Marmalade” and “Rent” as well as a collection of original works selected for inclusion in the college’s annual New Works Festival (NWF).
In all, there will be approximately 40 roles available for actors between the ages of 18 and 35.
Santa Clarita business owners who want to stay updated on the latest changes to state and federal employment law can attend the seminar organized by the local district of Professionals in Human Resources Association.
There will be a CHP sobriety checkpoint at an undisclosed location in the unincorporated Santa Clarita Valley on Friday, from 6:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. The goal of the checkpoint is to deter drunk drivers and raise awareness among all motorists.
The Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation will hold their 2014 Economic and Real Estate Outlook seminar at the Hyatt Regency in Valencia on Thursday, March 6. Experts in the field will discuss the future of the local economy.