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SCV NewsBreak | Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Uploaded 08/21/2013

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

In this episode:
Talks continue between our city council, the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District and the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board about the level of chloride in our valley’s wastewater; Santa Clarita’s first sober high school is looking to enroll students.

Assemblyman Scott Wilk has signed on to legislation calling for a $22 million earmark to help enroll students into California State Universities; At the center of Old Town Newhall’s future roundabout will be an original art piece that city leaders say should reflect our past, present and future – how you can help decide what that should be; local weather.

Entertainment with Stephen K. Peeples:
Blues-rocking House Blend alums The Deltaz are back in Southern California after a three- month summer tour; Saturday night, actor and comedian Sinbad opens the 2013-1014 season at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center; Reggae-rockers PapaFish are now Top 3 finalists in the Marley’s Music Uprising contest.

Supervisor Michael Antonovich wants to look into developing a quality rating system for child care providers.

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1 Comment for SCV NewsBreak: Wednesday, August 21, 2013
  1. He should look into the system in NC, it is pretty good.

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