Hundreds of people gathered at the Westfield Valencia Town Center parking lot for the opening night of the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall. Audiences heard from local officials and veterans, who honored their fallen fellow soldiers.
The Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall is coming into the Santa Clarita Valley Wednesday afternoon, and will open to the public on Thursday. Several local officials and veterans from all walks of life will be speaking and honoring the fallen.
Mayor Bob Kellar, along with Assemblyman Scott Wilk and veteran Bill Reynolds, will be speaking at the opening ceremonies of the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall on Sept. 26. Kellar sees it as a way to thank local Vietnam veterans.
A July 19 letter from Sam Unger, executive director for the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board addresses questions posed by Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar regarding chloride compliance in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar celebrates the first year anniversary of the DFYIT program in local junior high and high schools. The anti-drug program uses positive peer pressure to encourage students to all stay sober together.