December 18, 2018
  • 10:26 am Dante Acosta opens 2020 Assembly campaign committee
  • 12:00 pm Saugus Union School District welcomes two new governing board members
  • 11:30 am After intense debate, Marsha McLean selected as Santa Clarita mayor
  • 9:30 am CalArts alumni to be featured at 2019 Sundance Film Festival
  • 10:00 am Awaiting transition, Rep. Steve Knight’s office no longer accepting constituent casework

Dante Acosta, the former Assemblyman of the 38th Assembly District, has opened a campaign committee for the 2020 election.

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Laura Arrowsmith takes the oath of office. Chad Kampbell / The Proclaimer

On Tuesday, Dec. 11, the Saugus Union School District governing board swore in two new trustees and voted on a new president and clerk.

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After a heated debate that pitted much of the city council against one another, Marsha McLean was sworn in as mayor of Santa Clarita on the night of Nov. 11.

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With three weeks remaining in his term as congressman, Rep. Steve Knight (R-Palmdale) will no longer be accepting constituent casework.

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Photo courtesy of Assemblymember Christy Smith's office.

Christy Smith was officially sworn in as the Assemblymember of the 38th Assembly District on Monday, Dec. 3.

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The incoming Democratic freshmen for the 116th Congress elected Congresswoman-elect Katie Hill (D-Agua Dulce) and Congressman-elect Joe Neguse (D-Lafayette) as co-representatives for their class on Wednesday, Nov. 29.

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In its second meeting since the November midterm elections, the Santa Clarita City Council announced on Tuesday its proposal concerning the implementation of a statewide law that would legalize sidewalk street vending — which is currently banned within the city.

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On Tuesday, Nov. 27 the Santa Clarita City Council conducted the first reading of a proposed ordinance to comply with SB 946, also known as the Safe Sidewalk Vending Act.

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Representative-elect Katie Hill (D-Agua Dulce) issued a statement Tuesday morning regarding the sexual misconduct allegations against California Democratic Party Chair Eric Bauman, who took a leave of absence on Monday, Nov. 26. “If we are ever going to change our culture that perpetuates and often normalizes sexual assault and harassment, we have to start by believing […]

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Photo courtesy of Shane Adams.

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 on Wednesday, Nov. 14 in favor of an ordinance to temporarily limit rent increases up to three percent in unincorporated areas of the county, including Castaic, Stevenson Ranch and Agua Dulce. The measure lasts until March 10, 2019 unless the board votes to extends the ordinance, […]

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