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    Santa Clarita City Council Appoints Commissioners, Panel Members

    Santa Clarita City Council members appointed several city commission and panel members Tuesday at City Hall.


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    Santa Clarita Planners OK Senior Living Home, Cellphone Facilities

    Santa Clarita planners approved four items for the city’s future at the Planning Commission meeting this week, including two cellphone facilities, a second-hand store and a senior-living facility. All items were approved on a 4-0 vote, with Commissioner Tim Burkhart absent. The Oakmont of Santa Clarita is expected to be located south of Newhall Ranch Road, between West Rye Canyon Road and Vanderbilt Way, in Santa Clarita.

    Einstein Academy Denied Approval For Valencia Site By Santa Clarita Planners

    The Santa Clarita Planning Commission denied Einstein Academy officials' request to permit a school on Rye Canyon Road in Valencia

    Einstein Academy Seeks OK On Rye Canyon School Site, Eyes Pinecrest

    Santa Clarita Planning Commission members are set to review Einstein Academy's request to open a school site on 25300 Rye Canyon Road in Valencia

    Billboard Reduction Recommended By Planning Commission

    The Metropolitan Transit Authority's proposal to remove 118 billboards in the Santa Clarita Valley in exchange for three digital billboards, was recommended by the Santa Clarita Planning Commission with a 3-1 vote on Tuesday.

    Santa Clarita City Council To OK Post Of Appointment List

    Santa Clarita City Council members are expected to post their already approved list of appointments Tuesday at City Hall

    County Board Of Supervisors Considering Historic Preservation Ordinance

    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is considering a historic preservation ordinance that would provide tax breaks for property owners who agree to a 10-year contract to maintain the historic character of their building.