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Santa Clarita Valley

    SCV Officials Offer Info About Special Education Resources

    Santa Clarita Valley Special Education Local Plan Area, or SELPA, officials are encouraging parents with children who may have special needs to contact their local school district office.


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    Chiquita Canyon Expansion Project Open For Public Comment

    Chiquita Canyon officials are looking to expand their landfill west of Santa Clarita city limits, and the project is currently open for public comment befor a county hearing Aug. 24. The 639-acre landfill site, which is owned by Waste Connections and permitted for about 257 acres of waste, is looking to double its daily disposal limits, set aside of land for a potential conversion technology site, improve its entrance and support facilities and extend the life of the landfill, to name a few of the project’s goals. The landfill is located outside city of Santa Clarita limits about three miles west of the intersection of Interstate 5 and Highway 126. The proposed project will increase the permitted waste footprint within the existing property line by approximately 143 acres by extending it slightly south toward the existing landfill entrance and to the north and east.

    Santa Clarita Valley Deputies Offer Caution About Leaving Pets, Kids In Cars

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies offered a warning about leaving pets or kids alone in a car

    Santa Clarita Deputies Look Into Attempted Hot Prowl Burglary

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies are still looking for a hot prowl burglary suspect after an attempted break-in Monday morning was reported by a Fair Oaks Ranch homeowner in Santa Clarita.


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    SCV Bank, N.A. Sold For $15.3M To Sierra Bancorp

    Sierra Bancorp announced $15 million purchase of Santa Clara Valley Bank

    Samuel Dixon Announces New CEO For SCV Family Health Care Centers

    Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers officials announced a new CEO for their Santa Clarita Valley health care centers, officials said Monday.

    Circle Of Hope Offers Dozens Of Wines For Vine 2 Wine Event

    Circle of Hope’s 13th annual Vine 2 Wine Classic officials posted a list of some of the wines offered at the Santa Clarita Valley’s premiere wine event, which will accompany dozens of beers and food offerings, event organizers said. CalArts’ campus is transforming into the place to be from 6:30-10:30 p.m. on Aug. 16, said Ray Tippet, executive director for the Circle of Hope. On the Circle of Hope’s Facebook page, the nonprofit’s volunteers gave a sneak peak at a few of the vineyards offering unlimited tastings as part of the $75 presale or $95 at the gate ticket, including: Opolo Vineyards; J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines; Aqua Dulce Winery;Bridlewood Estate Winery; Clayhouse Wines; Dry Creek Vineyard; Eberle Winery; Francoli USA; Golden Star Vineyards & Winery; Hug Cellars; J&J Cellars; Kiamie Wine Cellars; Champagne Lanson; Lucy Wines; Rob Murray Vineyards; Nuggucciet Cellars; Nadeau Family Vintners; Pulchella Winery and Tasting Room; Quady Winery; Reyes Winery; Riverstar Vineyards; Shannon Ridge Winery; Tolo Cellars; Tackitt Family Vineyards; and William Hill Estate Winery.

    Santa Clarita Valley Deputies Seek Owners Of Recovered Stolen Property

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station detectives are hoping to find the rightful owners of property recovered as a result of a burglary investigation, officials said. Parks Bureau deputies with the Sheriff’s Department arrested Cortez on suspicion he forced his way into the residence that was occupied by an acquaintance of his. Once inside the residence, Cortez allegedly stole power tools, two cellphones, a GPS unit and a Nintendo Gameboy, officials said.

    County System Can't Handle Cumulative Voting, Local November Elections

    Despite Santa Clarita Valley governing boards’ approval of election changes in response to California Voting Rights Act concerns, an outdated county system won’t be able to handle the changes for at least another four years, officials said. “Our current voting system both the devices we use at the polls and, more importantly, the tabulations system we use... can not run a cumulative voting system,” said Efrain Escobedo, governmental and legislative affairs manager for the Los Angeles County’s Registrar-Recorder’s Office. “It’s just the limitations of the technology,” he said, referring to a voting system created in the late 1960s.

    Water Expert Talks Bay Delta Conservation Plan With SCV Residents

    Santa Clarita Valley residents and community leaders heard a presentation on a $13 billion Bay Delta Conservation Plan