The Santa Clarita City Council officials and the Castaic Lake Water Agency Board of Directors are set to hold the ribbon cutting ceremony for the completion of Phase Three of the Central Park Master Plan on Monday.
Steven Brooks, Stephen Daniels and Stacy Fortner have officially filed for candidacy for the Castaic Lake Water Agency’s upcoming November governing board election, according to CLWA officials. Brooks is scheduled to run against incumbent Ed Colley to represent division one, Daniels will challenge incumbent Robert DiPrimio to represent division two and Fortner is expected to run against incumbents Gary Martin and Tom Campbell for a seat as a member at large, according to the county officials. During the 2012 election, no incumbents were challenged, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder's Office. The deadline to file was Aug. 8.
Three Santa Clarita Valley water districts are accepting input from community members on proposed watering restrictions ahead of a vote by officials expected next week.
Newhall County Water, Valencia Water Co. and Santa Clarita Water Division officials are set to vote on proposed restrictions that would limit residents to watering their lawns on specific days three times per week during summer months and two times per week during winter months.
The new Castaic Lake Water Agency Conservatory Garden and Learning Center is located above Central Park and is home to more than 300 varieties of drought-tolerant plants, flowers and grasses, according to officials.
A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge ruled Thursday that Castaic Lake Water Agency must revoke their wholesale water structure rate put in place last July, Newhall County Water District officials said in a press release Friday.