Dianna Boone | Preserving Our City for the Future
By Signal Contributor
Thursday, November 1st, 2018

Santa Clarita is one of the most family-oriented, safe, clean communities in the nation. Marsha McLean has the experience and vision for the future that will keep it that way.

Marsha has fought to preserve almost 10,000 acres of open space for our families and future generations. Marsha led the fight to keep the world’s largest garbage dump out of Santa Clarita in Elsmere Canyon, part of the Angeles National Forest, at the gateway to our city. She was successful in bringing the community together to defeat the dump, keeping 2,400 truck round-trips a day off of our roads and freeways.

Keeping that dump away from our city also saved adjacent Whitney Canyon and the Placerita Canyon Nature Center next to Whitney Canyon that would not have been able to survive.

Saving these canyons and wildlife corridors paved the way for the open space district, which now totals close to 10,000 acres of pristine open space that can never be built upon, guaranteeing the green space surrounding Santa Clarita for our future generations.

Marsha has been an invested advocate for Santa Clarita since well before she began representing citizens as a City Council member. I am deeply grateful for the work Marsha has done, which radically changed our quality of life in Santa Clarita, and ask that you join me in voting to support her in the upcoming election!

Dianna Boone

Santa Clarita

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Dianna Boone | Preserving Our City for the Future

Santa Clarita is one of the most family-oriented, safe, clean communities in the nation. Marsha McLean has the experience and vision for the future that will keep it that way.

Marsha has fought to preserve almost 10,000 acres of open space for our families and future generations. Marsha led the fight to keep the world’s largest garbage dump out of Santa Clarita in Elsmere Canyon, part of the Angeles National Forest, at the gateway to our city. She was successful in bringing the community together to defeat the dump, keeping 2,400 truck round-trips a day off of our roads and freeways.

Keeping that dump away from our city also saved adjacent Whitney Canyon and the Placerita Canyon Nature Center next to Whitney Canyon that would not have been able to survive.

Saving these canyons and wildlife corridors paved the way for the open space district, which now totals close to 10,000 acres of pristine open space that can never be built upon, guaranteeing the green space surrounding Santa Clarita for our future generations.

Marsha has been an invested advocate for Santa Clarita since well before she began representing citizens as a City Council member. I am deeply grateful for the work Marsha has done, which radically changed our quality of life in Santa Clarita, and ask that you join me in voting to support her in the upcoming election!

Dianna Boone

Santa Clarita