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Measure S Vote Deals Defeat To Metro, Santa Clarita

Measure S

After years of negotiating and months of campaigning, Santa Clarita voters Tuesday rejected Measure S, prompting discussion about the growing power of social media, the effect of money in elections and what’s next for the City Council and billboards. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. “I thought (Measure S) was the right thing ...

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Metro Denies Release Of Report On Billboard Blocking

Santa Clarita Releases Billboard Ballot Measure For November

Metro officials denied a request Friday by KHTS AM-1220 to obtain a report on alleged illegal blocking activity by Allvision in response to a controversial city of Santa Clarita billboard deal. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. County Supervisor Michael Antonovich asked Metro’s Office of Inspector General to look into accusations Allvision — ...

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Santa Clarita To Put Metro Billboard Deal On November Ballot

Santa Clarita To Put Metro Billboard Deal On November Ballot

Santa Clarita city council members voted 3-1 to put their controversial billboard deal with Metro and Allvision on the November ballot Tuesday. The options in front of City Council were the result of a referendum drive by Santa Clarita residents, who, funded by a billboard-lobbying group, set out to fight the deal in May.

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Santa Clarita To Look At Metro Billboard Deal At City Council Meeting

Santa Clarita To Look At Metro Billboard Deal At City Council Meeting

Santa Clarita officials will have to decide what the next step is for a controversial billboard deal with Metro and AllVision on Tuesday at the next City Council meeting. Santa Clarita officials approved a plan with Metro and AllVision that would put three large, two-sided electronic signs next to Santa Clarita Valley freeways, in exchange for Metro taking down billboards on Metro-controlled propertythroughout the city. Opponents of the effort, funded in part by a billboard lobbying group that wanted to see an open-bidding process for any new billboard deal, successfully created a referendum that put those plans on hold. For how long is, up to Santa Clarita City Council members Tuesday.

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