In this episode:
The Newhall School District has sold the remaining notes for Measure E, a $60 million bond approved by voters back in 2011; Students and staff at Pico Canyon celebrate 10 years of excellence.
Folks who get their water from Waterworks District 37 in Acton will pay nearly 3 percent more in the coming year if the Board of Supervisors approves a new rate plan Tuesday; The Santa Clarita Boys and Girls Club’s Festival of Trees is now open in the Patios between Sears and Wokcano at the Westfield Valencia Town Center; local weather.
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