The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) Executive/Administration Committee will hold its regular meeting, Thursday, Nov. 7, from 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
The meeting will take place at the SCAG Main Office, located at 900 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 1700,
RC Board Room, Los Angeles, 90017.
The Southern California Association of Governments, or SCAG, is looking to reach a more reasonable determination of regional housing needs by objecting to the state’s assertion that said 1.34 million units are needed by 2029 across six counties, which includes the city of Santa Clarita.
The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), whose members include 5th District Supervisor Kathryn Barger and Santa Clarita Mayor Marsha McLean, will hold its Regional Council and Policy Committee meeting Thursday, Sept. 5, from 12:15 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The meeting will take place at...
One million, three hundred and forty thousand housing units.
That’s the number a six-county region of Southern California must plan for by October 2029 — a figure some Santa Clarita Valley officials and residents considered “insane.”
From that number, which the California Department of Housing...
Santa Clarita has seen significant trends in its housing market and population demands over the last 20 years, and with a continued need for expansion across California cities, the time has come to update its housing production goals in order to comply with state requirements.
There are currently more...
Southern California’s population is expected to grow by 4 million people over the next 25 years – many of them coming to northern Los Angeles County. How will we handle it?
That’s what the Southern California Association of Governments is working out, with input from you.
The City of Santa Clarita is pleased to share that Mayor Marsha McLean was recently appointed to two regional committees, including the League of California Cities 2011 General Resolutions Committee and the Southern California Association of Government High Speed Rail Subcommittee representing Los Angeles...
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed Friday 34 new deaths and 1,401 new cases of COVID-19, with 6,048 total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley, while Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital reported its 24th COVID-related death to date.
With temperatures in parts of Los Angeles County expected to rise into the triple digits, various public facilities located throughout the County, including Stevenson Ranch Library, will serve as Emergency Cooling Centers.
Foster youth in Santa Clarita have a new, dedicated place to study and receive homework help and tutoring. The local Fostering Youth Independence (FYI) organization has created The Study Place in response to the transition to online learning due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
As part of State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond’s Education to End Hate initiative, California school districts and charter schools have begun applying for mini-grants now available to support educator training in the areas of anti-racism and bias.
With the 2020 SCV Walk to End Alzheimer’s quickly approaching on Saturday, October 3, the planning committee and the California Southland Chapter Alzheimer’s Association would like to update everyone regarding the Walk Day events.
The city of Santa Clarita, in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA), is proud to announce it has received $40,000 from the Walt Disney Company to provide increased access to youth sports, play opportunities and physical activity for kids and families and is launching a new Pop-Up and Play Mobile Recreation Program.
Economic development services for arts-oriented small businesses, galleries and more are on the priority list for the 2021 Arts Commission Work Plan, a report Santa Clarita City Council members reviewed Tuesday.
A former Cougar News reporter and College of the Canyons student was arrested in Kentucky Wednesday night while covering the Louisville protests that erupted after a grand jury’s decision not to issue a murder indictment against the officers in the Breonna Taylor case.
1970 - Lagasse family helps save Mentryville buildings as Newhall and Malibu brush fires erupt & join into worst fire in SoCal history. Twelve fires over 10 days burn 525,000 acres, kill 13 people and destroy approx. 1,500 structures. [story]
The Pac-12 CEO Group announced Thursday that based upon updated Pac-12 COVID-19 Medical Advisory Committee recommendations that take into account material changes to testing capabilities, the prevalence of COVID-19 and cardiac issues, along with updated state and local health official guidance, the Conference will resume its football, basketball and winter sport seasons.
One of Zach Schroeder's greatest strengths as The Master's University's men's and women's cross country coach is his ability to map out an athlete's season in advance and then adjust on the fly, fine-tuning workouts so the runner performs best in the season's biggest moments.