Santa Clarita

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Santa Clarita,

city (1990 pop. 110,642), Los Angeles co., S Calif., suburb 30 mi (48 km) NW of downtown Los Angeles, on the Santa Clara River; inc. 1987. Situated in the Santa Clara valley and nearby canyons, Santa Clarita includes the former towns of Canyon Country, Newhall, Saugus, and Valencia. There is dairying, and cattle, poultry, and nursery plants are raised. Manufacturing includes lighting fixtures and motor homes. Six Flags Magic Mountain is a major tourist attraction. Calfornia Institute of the Arts and The Master's College also are there. The Angeles National Forest is to the north.
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The future of the city of Santa Clarita is tied to the direction taken by the entire Santa Clarita Valley," City Treasurer Darren Hernandez said Monday.
We are seeing improved water quality due to residents unplugging their automatic water softeners -- but everyone in the Santa Clarita Valley will have to stop using their machines to reach regulatory chloride objectives," said Jim Stahl, Chief Engineer and General Manager for the Sanitation District.
Rock will also paint a smaller version of the bear to be presented as a unique trophy to the winner of the Santa Clarita stage of the competition.
The Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District's wastewater treatment plants provide extensive treatment and produce water that meets drinking water standards, but do not remove salt.
We visited a lot of areas before we decided to buy our house,'' said Dyan Spigner, a working mom of two from Saugus, one of four communities that make up Santa Clarita.
Bank of Santa Clarita received $8,204,387 in total subscriptions in the offering of its common stock priced at $17.
With 22 movie screens for a Santa Clarita Valley population of 250,000, theaters can get packed -- especially for a well-advertised blockbuster.
The number of residential self-regenerating water softeners has been rapidly increasing in the Santa Clarita Valley, with the percentage of residences having such softeners increasing from approximately 11% in 2001 to 13% in 2002.
The books will be donated to Camp Scott and Camp Scudder, juvenile probation camps in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Wastewater from homes in the Santa Clarita Valley, including the salty softener waste, is treated at the Sanitation Districts' Saugus and Valencia Water Reclamation Plants.
And while the luge event isn't necessarily one that will draw spectators to fill up local hotels, it puts Santa Clarita on the map among the nation's athletic organizers, he said.
Whittaker/Northholme's comments came after the Santa Clarita City Council gave final approval to the joint venture to begin work on its Porta Bella development.

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