November 20, 2019
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  • 10:10 am From the Publisher: A Quick Anniversary Update
  • 10:30 am Coast Guard veteran Eric Ohlsen to challenge Assemblymember Tom Lackey
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Santa Clarita City Council candidate Chris Werthe speaks to his campaign supporters at a fundraiser on June 29, 2019. Mai Nguyen Do / The Proclaimer.

On Saturday June 29, U.S. Navy and Army veteran Chris Werthe joined friends, family and other supporters to kick off his campaign for Santa Clarita City Council. Werthe, who has worked as Chief Safety Engineer for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power since 2014, ran unsuccessfully for William S. Hart Union High School […]

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At their June 25 meeting, the Santa Clarita City Council officially proclaimed June as LGBTQ Pride month and wished residents a safe and happy Fourth of July.

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During the June 11 Santa Clarita City Council meeting, councilmembers discussed Senate Bill 13, the new budget, rodenticides and potentially recognizing LGBTQ Pride Month.

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The Santa Clarita City Council voted to terminate a measure concerning landscaping and lighting district assessment, honored former congressman Steve Knight, confirmed a series of commission nominees, debated adopting a system of parliamentary rules and explored the potential implementation of a rotating mayoral system during a productive and occasionally contentious meeting on Tuesday evening.   

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The California Bureau of Cannabis Control announced on Dec. 7 its plan to adopt a new set of regulations that includes the statewide legalization of marijuana deliveries — a move which, if approved by the state, will overturn Santa Clarita’s moratorium on the practice.

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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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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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Tomorrow, Santa Clarita residents will have the opportunity to choose three of the five city council members who set goals for the city and determine the policies that impact our daily lives more than any other level of government.

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City council candidates gathered for a forum at the College of the Canyons University Center. Sebastian Cazares / The Proclaimer.

City council candidates gathered at the College of the Canyons University Center on Monday, Oct. 8 to discuss their campaigns, the current state of Santa Clarita and their visions for the city. The forum was hosted by the College of the Canyons Civic Engagement Steering Committee, the Santa Clarita Valley League of Women Voters and […]

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