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Supes approve brush clearance inspection fees

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to approve an inspection fee for brush clearance in high-risk fire zones across the county, which includes a majority of the Santa Clarita Valley, set to hit taxpayers in 2023. The motion authorizes the L.A. County Fire Department to impose a special assessment on parcels declared to have hazardous vegetation

Aliso Canyon gas capacity increase approved

The California Public Utilities Commission unanimously voted 4-0 to approve an increase in the capacity at the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility to 41.16

City Council remains quiet on pending litigation

The Santa Clarita City Council held its second consecutive closed-door discussion Tuesday regarding threatened litigation surrounding the way in which the council’s elections are conducted, and once again emerged from the closed session without

City Council to discuss election lawsuit

Just before their Tuesday night regular meeting, the members of the Santa Clarita City Council are slated to discuss expected litigation over the city’s current “at-large” voting

Supes approve final maps for Valencia project

By Jose Herrera Signal Staff Writer  The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the final tract maps for the development of Mission Village in Valencia.  

Country club owner sues city for $250M

The owner of the Sand Canyon Country Club has filed a lawsuit seeking no less than $250 million in damages from the city of Santa Clarita for alleged