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    Santa Clarita City Council Race 2014: Initial Filing Period Almost Over

    A dozen names have pulled papers for the Santa Clarita City Council election in April, a potential list of candidates that could grow or shrink before the Jan. 15 deadline

    10 Year Old Writes Letter To Mayor Asking For More Handicap Awareness

    Cassie May Bensko wrote this letter to the Mayor asking for more handicap awareness in the Santa Clarita Valley.

    Editorial: A Message From Our Mayor Bob Kellar

    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.

    Santa Clarita Invites Artists To Create Public Art Piece At Valencia Library

    The City of Santa Clarita is announcing an open call to artists for an opportunity to create a prominent outdoor art piece at the entrance of the Valencia Public Library.

    Santa Clarita Mayor To Host Town Hall In Saugus

    Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar is hosting a town hall meeting Tuesday in Saugus

    Santa Clarita City Council Protests Additional Half Million Dollar Tax

    The Santa Clarita Valley City Council wants those against a potential half a million dollar tax on the city to attend the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday.

    The City Council voted unanimously against the Clean Water, Clean Beaches Measure proposed by the Los Angeles County Flood Control District during their last meeting.

    The measure would cost Santa Clarita about $461,000, on top of a similar tax we already pay.

    Santa Clarita City Officials Discuss 'Double Taxation,' Mayor Choice

     City officials formally approved their Historic Preservation Ordinance, decided to protest a county tax and voted down a return to a mayoral rotation at Tuesday’s meeting.

    Before city officials discussed the action items on the agenda, they took a moment to honor Saugus High’s boys and girls cross country teams -- city officials honored the boys team with a certificate of excellence for its record-breaking season and commended the girls for winning an unprecedented seventh straight CIF state cross country championship.

    The city arts commissioner John Dow also reviewed the commission’s goals and obstacles, which included postponing the formation of an Arts Foundation. City Councilwoman Marsha McLean asked Dow and the commission to look into at least forming the basis for the group, even if the proposed group’s operation wasn’t feasible.