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Santa Clarita City Council Names Marsha McLean Mayor

Santa Clarita City Council members tapped Marsha McLean to a third term as mayor Tuesday, with a unanimous vote following Councilman Bob Kellar’s nomination.

Santa Clarita City Council members named Marsha McLean to a third term as mayor Tuesday, with a unanimous vote following Councilman Bob Kellar’s nomination. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Councilman Dante Acosta nominated Kellar for pro tem, which was also quickly affirmed by a unanimous vote. McLean was first voted to City Council ...

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City Council To Name Mayor, Review Budget, Election

Santa Clarita City Council members Tuesday plan to name a new mayor, declare the results of a special election and adjust the budget.

Santa Clarita City Council members Tuesday plan to name a new mayor, declare the results of a special election and adjust the budget. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. The special election was one Santa Clarita officials called in response to a referendum drive, which was initiated as opposition to the city’s billboard ...

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CVRA Lawsuit Leads To Contempt Proceedings For Palmdale

A former Galpin Motors employee is expected to receive 16 months in jail when she is scheduled to be sentenced Feb. 5 for grand theft, an officials with the District Attorney’s Office said Tuesday.

A lawsuit over alleged California Voting Rights Act violations prompted a Los Angeles County judge to initiate contempt proceedings against four Palmdale city officials, including a candidate for the 36th Assembly District, officials said Friday. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Judge Mark V. Mooney’s ruling gives four Palmdale City Council members — ...

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Santa Clarita City Council To Look At Tennis Courts, Appointments

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Santa Clarita City Council members are set to look at tennis courts, an Einstein Academy appeal and local appointments, according to the Santa Clarita City Council agenda. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox.   Santa Clarita’s Central Park in Saugus  Central Park is expected to get new tennis courts for the Santa Clarita ...

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SCV Karate Champs Honored By City Council

SCV Karate Champs Honored By City Council

Four karate champions from the Santa Clarita Valley were honored at Tuesday’s City Council meeting for their performance at an international contact karate tournament in Canada, city officials announced Wednesday. Shannon Laurin, Cassie Greenough, John Michael Laurin and Gabriel Harries all helped take home medals for the U.S. in a prestigious competition against teams from Russia, Japan and Canada. Don’t ...

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Santa Clarita City Council Appoints Commissioners, Panel Members

Santa Clarita City Council Appoints Commissioners, Panel Members

Santa Clarita City Council members appointed several city commission and panel members Tuesday at City Hall. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Returning from the summer recess, council members unanimously filled vacancies on the Planning, Parks, Recreation and Community Services and Arts Commission, as well as the Financial Audit and Accountability ...

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Santa Clarita City Council Extends Application Period For Commissions

Santa Clarita City Council Extends Application Period For Commissions

Three terms of office on each commission will expire on July 31st and interested residents have until August to submit their application.  Santa Clarita city officials extended the deadline to apply for a vacancy on one of several city commissions due to a lack of applicants. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your ...

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