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City Council

    Santa Clarita City Council Extends Application Period For Commissions

    Three terms of office on each commission will expire on July 31st and interested residents have until August to submit their application. 

    Santa Clarita city officials extended the deadline to apply for a vacancy on one of several city commissions due to a lack of applicants.


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    High Speed Rail Authority To Host Community Open House At Hart Park

    Before creating an Environmental Impact Report for the Palmdale to Los Angeles section of the California High Speed Rail, the Rail Authority will conduct a Santa Clarita open house at Hart Park on Thursday.

    Santa Clarita To Swear In New Council, Talk Sheriff's Contract, Bills

    Santa Clarita City Council members are set to discuss the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station contract and several pieces of legislation

    Santa Clarita-Metro Billboard Deal Draws Referendum, Arguments

    A Metro proposed deal to bring three electronic billboards to Santa Clarita has spurred a referendum and a few weekend disputes across the city

    Santa Clarita City Council Could See Frank Ferry Return To The Dais

    A Los Angeles County judge might have paved the way for a last-minute run at a fifth term by Santa Clarita City Councilman Frank Ferry. Due to Santa Clarita’s term limits on City Council seats, Ferry said he was planning to move on to a new career earlier this year. He stepped down from his post as principal of Alemany High School in February. Santa Clarita City Councilman Frank FerryHowever, Ferry’s reaction to Judge Henry Nussbaum’s late Monday afternoon ruling seemed to indicate Ferry is inclined to put post-council plans on hold.

    Santa Clarita City Council Race '14: Last Look At Campaign Disclosures, Votes

    Santa Clarita City Council race is less than 10 days away, candidates have filed their last campaign disclosures before voters hit the ballots and nearly 7,000 votes have been cast. In the last three City Council elections, votes by mail report have shown a turnout of about 2-to-1 in favor of mail-in or absentee ballots for Santa Clarita. In 2012, slightly more than 11,600 of the 15,390 votes cast were sent by mail. Only 3,783 votes were cast at the polls on election day. Absentee or mail-in ballots may be submitted up until the close of polls on election day, said Susan Caputo, assistant city clerk, noting that 6,888 ballots already have been received.

    Red Light Cameras, Voting, Senior Center On Santa Clarita Agenda

    While a Metro billboard proposal might be a big draw for Tuesday’s Santa Clarita City Council meeting at City Hall, there will be a number of other important issues discussed by city officials. City Council members are going to discuss Santa Clarita’s red light camera contracts, California’s high speed rail plan and moving the city election. Santa Clarita officials also have an item on the agenda to support funding for nutrition for a Senior Center program is also on the agenda.

    Santa Clarita City Council Race '14: Deadline For Voter Registration Is Monday

    The deadline to register for the April 8 Santa Clarita City Council race is Monday, March 24, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder's Office

    UPDATE: Santa Clarita City Council Candidate Faces Complaint Over Pharmacy

    Santa Clarita City Council candidate Moazzem Chowdhury was listed in a complaint against a Lancaster pharmacy, one of four he owns. A complaint filed in November against Santa Clarita Valley pharmacist and Santa Clarita City Council candidate Moazzem Chowdhury of Desert Drugs cites three causes for discipline from 2010 actions, as part of an active investigation. The alleged causes for discipline stem from accusations from an inspector who noted Desert Drugs did not properly shred patient information before disposal, dispensed prescriptions for Schedule II narcotics without physician verification and a lack of accurate records from a business-to-business narcotics purchase.

    Santa Clarita, Edwards Outdoor Reach Tentative Deal To Remove Billboards

    Terms for a tentative deal between Edwards Outdoor Advertising and city of Santa Clarita officials to remove 47 billboards have been reached; City Council is expected to review it March 25