Politics & Government

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City to discuss possible budget approval

On Tuesday, the Santa Clarita City Council is set to discuss and possibly adopt its projected $299.3 million budget — a 21% increase from the 2021-22 budget — that will be used on city services for the year.   The large increase in the budget can, in part, be attributed to sales tax revenue that is scheduled to increase by 18.5% from the

City selects less expensive trash service

After decades of partnering with Waste Management, the Santa Clarita City Council decided Tuesday to go with a new solid waste collection service for local

Hart Board approves budget, LCAP

The 2022-2023 operating budget for the William S. Hart Union High School District, as well as the district’s Local Control and Accountability Plan, or LCAP,

Supes postpone vote on school officers

The L.A. County Board of Supervisors postponed its previously scheduled vote on the future of the county’s School Resource Officer program, pushing the discussion and

Updated Election Results

Unofficial results as of 4:40 p.m. Tuesday. 100% of precincts partially reporting. Next update expected Friday. Official results to be finalized by July 15. Results

Incumbents maintain lead in primary races

The incumbent candidates fighting to hold onto their seats representing the Santa Clarita Valley have largely maintained their leads in their respective races heading into

Updated Election Results

Unofficial results as of 4:50 p.m. Friday. 100% of precincts partially reporting. Next update expected Tuesday. Official results to be finalized by July 15. Election

Garcia introduces Safe Schools Act

News release    Rep. Mike Garcia, R-Santa Clarita, and Sen. Roger Marshall, M.D., R-Kansas, have introduced the Safe Schools Act, which would allow COVID-19 relief dollars