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    State Announces New Tax Rule Meant To Help Food Truck Vendors

    California tax officials are looking to streamline the lunchtime rush for food-truck feasts with a new rule July 1. “As the food-truck industry continues to motor its way into the mainstream, the California State Board of Equalization is serving up an amended regulation that’ll make it that much easier for Californians to enjoy the culinary creations being borne out of this ever-growing industry,” according to BOE officials in a news release. The new rule really is meant to streamline things for vendors, but customers might find things easier, an official said.

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff Deputies Caution Online Sellers After Thefts

    A handful of reported thefts stemming from meetups arranged online have Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies warning residents who are looking to sell online through popular social media sites like Facebook or online classifieds such as CraigsList. A Palmdale man looking to sell an expensive camera met a man he assumed was a Valencia resident in front of what he thought was the presumed buyer’s home on the 23500 block of Via Barra on Wednesday. The suspect walked up on foot, telling the victim he was just finishing a jog around the neighborhood, according to Sheriff’s Station reports.

    Learn The Art Of The Sale At Santa Clarita WorkSource Center Workshop

    The Santa Clarita Worksource Center is hosting a free Sales Skills Workshop at the College of the Canyons University Center on Monday. Feb. 24. Job seekers will learn from expert Dan Ryan about how to make a successful sale.

    Santa Clarita WorkSource Center Plans Sales Recruitment Event

    For job seekers with sales experience, the Santa Clarita Worksource Center is holding a recruitment event for American Business Machines on Thursday. Interviews will be given on a first come, first serve basis.