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    Chloride Hearing Could Impact Santa Clarita Valley Water Ratepayers

    Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District officials plan to be in Sacramento for a chloride hearing Jan. 24, according to local water officials

    Chloride, Veteran Village, Other Events Leave Mark On SCV In 2013

    As part of a series on top events and news stories in 2013, KHTS looks back at those stories that didn't make the top 30 but still left their mark on the Santa Clarita Valley during the last 12 months.

    Bay Delta Conservation Plan Now Available For Public Comment

    The Natural Resources Agency released the public review draft of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan, which proposes building two tunnels under the delta to deliver water to Californians. The plan could protect the state's water supply from natural disaster.

    Chloride Plan Approved For Santa Clarita Valley Residents

    The Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District governing board approved a plan Monday to treat chloride levels in the local water supply

    Santa Clarita To Host Sanitation District For Chloride Meeting

    Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District officials are hosting a meeting at City Hall to address chloride treatment in the water for Santa Clarita Valley residents

    Chloride Meeting At City Hall Will Look At Costly Water Options

    Santa Clarita leaders will talk about chloride treatment in the Santa Clarita Valley, which could cost ratepayers hundreds of dollars, at City Hall tonight at 6:30 p.m.

    Chloride Decision For Ratepayers Gets Delayed 3 Weeks

    State officials granted Regional Water Quality Control Board members a three-week extension to review a recommendation that a state commission deny a Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District claim

    Staff Report Says Chloride Costs Should Be Paid By Ratepayers

    Ed. Note: Community stakeholders may offer their feedback to the state's commission by following the instructions posted here, at the Commission on State Mandates website.

    An ongoing effort by the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District to try to keep rates lower for residents who pay sewer rates was dealt a blow recently by state officials.

    Santa Clarita Won't Recommend Chloride Option To SCV Sanitation District

    After a brief discussion, Santa Clarita officials will not official endorse an option for chloride treatment to the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District

    Boydston Questions Santa Clarita Contract For Chloride Outreach

    Santa Clarita City Councilman TimBen Boydston recently questioned a contract regarding chloride outreach in the Santa Clarita Valley that expired earlier this year