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Regional Water Quality Control Board

    Santa Clarita Valley Sewer Officials OK Rate Hike

    Santa Clarita Valley sewer officials approved a rate hike for local ratepayers Monday as what officials called the most “cost-effective solution” to solve a state-mandated chloride limit. The state’s Regional Water Quality Control Board set a limit for the amount of chloride, or salt, that can be in the water sent from local treatment plants to downstream users in Ventura County. “Theres nothing here that I’m comfortable with, but I will say this -- there is no choice,” said Santa Clarita Mayor Laurene Weste, who holds one of three spots on the county board that approved the rate hike, at Monday's hearing. “There is no choice but to find a way to get the lowest cost to the ratepayer.”

    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 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

    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

    Regional Water Board Considers Chloride Consequences At Meeting

    Members of the state's Regional Water Quality Control Board might consider legal consequences if the Santa Clarita Valley misses chloride-compliance deadlines

    Water Officials Looking At Input On Chloride Plans

    Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District officials are reviewing public comments for the chloride-compliance plans

    Sanitation District To Decide On Public Comment Extension At Board Meeting

    At at public meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District board of directors will decide whether or not to grant a 30-day extension for the public comment period on their chloride Environmental Impact Report.

    Council Requests 30-Day Public Comment Extension From Sanitation District

    At a special meeting Tuesday night, the Santa Clarita City Council voted unanimously to ask the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District to extend their deadline for public comment on the chloride issue to July 24.