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SCV NewsBreak | Wednesday, September 23, 2015

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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Cumulative voting will not be used for the 2016 elections in the city of Santa Clarita.

A new chloride compliance plan will be moving forward following the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District Board’s approval of two agenda items on Tuesday.

Vape and E-Cigarette users will have to keep an eye on where they smoke in the Santa Clarita Valley following the City Councils decision to regulate their use on Tuesday night.

Two Santa Clarita residents are leading a 650-mile pilgrimage to protest a controversial priests jump into sainthood.

Plus the local weather report.

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9 Comments for SCV NewsBreak: Wednesday, September 23, 2015
  1. At the height of its time, the missions in CA record only about 20,000 natives under its care. The great reduction to native populations was due to their lack of immunity to Old World diseases and not a systematic desire to eliminate them. The job of the Padres was to turn the natives into productive citizens of the Spanish Empire and Catholic Church. This is very unlike the Americans who purposefully used disease to decimate the natives who they came across.

  2. Shirley is the new Berta. Wow.

  3. No I’m not. I’m saying that this woman is wasting her time on an issue that’s part of past history. The missions are wonderful. Indians did kill those trying to help them also. I’m sure the Indians were abused as well. But now we have the missions and a saint to boot. Move on!

  4. Waste of news space to cover this woman. The missions are a great addition to Our California history! Who’s alive to prove all these accusations. I’ll bet many Indians harmed priests and other Californians back in those early days in California!

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