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Supervisor Michael Antonovich

    Supervisor Antonovich Unveils Memorial To Late Mountain Trails Council Member

    Members of the equestrian union, parks and recreation and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department joined Supervisor Michael Antonovich in commemorating Darrell Readmond for his efforts to preserve trails in the Los Angeles County.

    County OKs New Library Spot For West Side

    County officials approved a new county library facility in Stevenson Ranch at their Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday

    Los Angeles County Officials Upset Over Court Decision On Water Pollution

    Los Angeles County officials are disappointed with a U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision that holds them responsible for stormwater and urban runoff pollution

    L.A. County Supervisors To Look At AB 109 Report

    Los Angeles County supervisors will look at a report on the local effects of AB 109, also known as Realignment, at their next meeting Tuesday

    Anti-Gang Task Force Recognizes 16 Teen Heroes

    The Anti-Gang Task Force hosted a Teen Hero recognition ceremony Thursday night to honor 16 SCV students for showing leadership qualities, making a positive life change, and overcoming obstacles in their lives.

    Antonovich: Welfare To Undocumented Jumps To $54 Million

    L.A. County Department of Public Social Services reports that over $54 million in welfare benefits were issued to undocumented immigrant parents in March.

    Castaic High Groundbreaking Met With Cheers, Protest

    Hart district officials hosted a groundbreaking for Castaic High School on Wednesday amid mild protest

    Antonovich Decries Impact Of AB 109 On SCV, County

    A recent tragic kidnapping has highlighted how AB 109’s historic shift in responsibility has had a major negative impact in many Los Angeles County communities, Supervisor Michael Antonovich said Tuesday.

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    City To Dedicate New Fire House On Golden Valley Road

    The City of Santa Clarita is inviting residents to attend the dedication of its newest fire station. The new station, Fire Station 50, is located at 19190 Golden Valley Road in Santa Clarita.

    The station houses nine firefighters, three battalion chiefs and an assistant chief, according to information provided by the Los Angeles County Fire Department.