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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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Santa Clarita City Council Extends Homeless Shelter’s Lease

Santa Clarita City Council Extends Homeless Shelter's Lease

With a unanimous vote, Santa Clarita City Council members voted to extend the lease with Bridge to Home for its emergency winter shelter Tuesday at City Hall. “It was a (4-0) vote to allow the homeless shelter to allow the shelter to be at the Drayton Street location for the next three years,” said Councilman TimBen Boydston. There was also ...

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UPDATED: SCV Officials Speak Out Against Clean Water Act

UPDATED: SCV Officials Speak Out Against Clean Water Act

County supervisors voted 3-2 Tuesday to give residents more time to protest a stormwater tax that would raise the tax bill for single-family homeowners. Nonprofit organizations such as churches and schools would have faced bills that might reach into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. At a public hearing of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday, county residents ...

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