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Among the latest news in the SCV area are new exhibits, the upcoming Santa Clarita Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival and a rescheduled engineering and operations committee meeting.

Savanna Birchfield is a 2021 graduate of California State University, Northridge

Despite the fact that most of the state has been shut down, California State University Chancellor Joseph Castro announced that most CSU campuses will be back up and running by fall. However, a large percentage of the classes will be virtual. This means that students and teachers are adapting to virtual instruction. The California State University system has been offering virtual classes for almost a year.

While the state has not yet been reopened, Governor Gavin Newsom has made it clear that his administration has no intention of slowing down. His administration has also enlisted the aid of a coalition of lawmakers to encourage K-12 schools to get back on their feet. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has released some details on the reopening of schools.

A new exhibit at the Santa Clarita Artists Association Gallery in Newhall is called “Little Gems”

Among the plethora of art galleries in Santa Clarita, the Santa Clarita Artists Association Gallery stands out. The gallery offers paintings and sculptures of all shapes and sizes, from large to small, at affordable prices. They also host several educational seminars and workshops for artists of all skill levels. In addition to art, the gallery features a wide array of antique and collectible cars and motorcycles. The gallery is also the place to go for a variety of small works of art, such as paintings under 12 inches, that are not quite as big as they sound.


There are many reasons to visit this gallery, but one of the most appealing is the fact that the artists themselves are highly qualified, and are willing to share their knowledge with the public. Aside from the art gallery, the association is also involved with several other organizations, such as the Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce and the Santa Clarita Community Center. The association is also a great resource for anyone looking to obtain a position on a city commission.

The SCV Water upcoming engineering and operations committee meeting has been rescheduled

Originally scheduled for December, the SCV Water Engineering and Operations Committee has been rescheduled for Thursday, December 8. The meeting will take place at 5:30 p.m. at the Santa Clarita Valley Water District offices at 7800 Santa Clarita Blvd. If you wish to request disability related accommodations, please contact the Board’s Executive Secretary in advance.

At the September Board Meeting, two new draft policies were released for public review. These policies are the Groundwater Export Policy and Water Banking Policy. The Groundwater Export Policy is open for public comment until September 30th, while the Water Banking Policy is open for public comment until October 7th.

The Engineering and Operations Committee is rescheduled for December 8. If you have any questions, please contact the Board’s Executive Secretary. A meeting notice is available on the Transparency page. The website will also provide updates on the event. The November ballot includes 10 statewide propositions. The District is interested in two bond measures.

The Water Market Study workshop is scheduled for October 21 from 4 to 6 p.m. The District is seeking comments from the public until October 7. If you wish to attend the workshop, please call the District office at 805-685-4357

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