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Southern California Gas Company Pleads Not Guilty
in Aliso Canyon Gas Leak Criminal Case By Chris McCrory
Southern California Gas Companypled
not guilty Wednesday to four misdemeanor charges filed against the utility
provider in relation to the Aliso Canyon
gas leak in Porter Ranch.
Residents of more than 2,200 homes
have temporarily relocated after the gas
leak was discovered at the Aliso
Canyon storage facility.
The California Air Resources Board
measured 97,000 pounds of methane
being released into the atmosphere per
hour in early November. By late
December, about 66,000 pounds per
hour were still spewing out.
The charges include three counts of failing
to report the release of hazardous materials and one count of discharging air
contaminants, according to a news release
by the Los Angeles County District
Attorney’s Office.
A lawyer representing the gas company
entered the plea to Judge Alan Rosenfield
shortly after 9 a.m. during an arraignment
hearing held at theSanta Clarita Courthouse.
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“While we recognize that neither the criminal charges nor the civil
lawsuits will offer the residents of Los Angeles County a complete
solution,” District Attorney Jackie Lacey said in the release, “it is
important that Southern California Gas Co. be held responsible for
its criminal actions.”
If convicted, SoCalGas could be fined up
to $25,000 a day for each day that it failed
to notify the California Office of Emergency Services of the leak. The company
may also face fines of up to $1,000 per day
for air pollution violations.
SoCalGas Co. announced on Feb. 11
that emissions from the leak had
stopped and that crews would work
around the clock to seal the well with
cement.
During an interview following the
hearing, Mike Mizrahi, regional public
affairs manager for SoCalGas Co.,
said that the company had done
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Santa Clarita Vietnam Veteran,
Community Leader in Serious
Condition after Suffering Cardiac Arrest
After suffering from cardiac arrest on Saturday, former Vietnam combat veteran Richard
Jeffrey was still in serious condition Wednesday at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital.
Although he remains on a ventilator, his condition has improved since Saturday when he
was taken to Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital in critical condition, said Santa Clarita Mayor
Bob Kellar.
“I just left Dick Jeffrey a few minutes ago and can tell everybody that all of the prayers are
paying off,” Kellar said Tuesday. “Dick was conscious and alert. He is still on a ventilator
but it’s hoped it may be removed today.”
Jeffrey is a staple in the Santa Clarita Valley as a champion for veterans’ causes and is the
chairman and president of Back to the War Zone, a nonprofit organization dedicated to
veterans who served in combat operations abroad.
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Aliso Canyon Trial
nothing wrong, and had made “prompt notifications to
multiple agencies.”
Mizrahi declined to mention which agencies, citing
the names as details of the case, but said that residents
were notified within days of the leak being discovered.
“We do not believe a criminal prosecution is warranted
here,” he said.
A pretrial court date was set for April 19.
“Dick Jeffrey is one of the heroes of Santa Clarita. His passion for his fellow veterans is
incredible,” said KHTS AM-1220 Co-owner Carl Goldman. “He is part of the leadership
advocating for our Santa Clarita veterans. Our thoughts and prayers go out for a speedy
recovery.”
While fighting as a U.S. Marine in Vietnam, Jeffrey saw firsthand the impact of combat
trauma on his friends.
Veterans who were able to travel to their former areas of combat returned home significantly better able to cope with their lives, families, jobs and society than those who did not,
according to Back to the War Zone.
Ed. Note: CNN reporter Steve Almasy contributed to
this story. CNN is an affiliate of KHTS.
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through the Homes for Heroes program. Samuel Silver awarded a new
homeowner $3,500 at the end of escrow, a reward for service to the country. Through SCV Homes for Heroes,
Silver gives 25 percent of his gross
commission to the community’s “heroes” when they buy or sell a house.
These men and women can be first
responders, such as nurses, firefighters
or police officers, as well as veterans of
the United States military.
teachers are also your heroes, because
they help mold our minds when we’re
very young. They help us get out in the
world and do what we need to do.”
“We all know that those people save
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seven days a week,” said Silver. “Your
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to give back $50,000 this year through
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F
ive boys’ basketball teams from the Foothill League are in the CIF Southern
Section playoffs, and all six girls’ basketball teams from the Foothill League
are in the playoffs. No team has a tougher first-round test than the Valencia boy’
team.
In the first round of the Division 1AA playoffs Valencia plays the reigning Division 1AA champion, Village Christian School. The team at Village Christian is
not the favorite to win the championship this year, but the private school from
Sun Valley is still a contender in the playoffs.
Valencia went 10-17 overall, but lost seven Foothill League games. The Vikings
earned an at-large bid and they will be tested early.
Hart won the Foothill League championship and plays Santiago of Garden
Grove in the first round of the Division 2A playoffs.
lay
a offs
f.
Hart went 19-7 overall and has the No. 3 seed in the playoffs.
Santa Barbara is the top seed in Division 2A. Santa Barbara
arbara is
26-1 and the Channel League champion.
The Canyon boys play Eastside of Lancaster in the first
uick
round of the Division 2AA playoffs. It might be a quick
ame
playoff trip for Canyon, though. The winner of the game
between Canyon and Eastside will most likely play Ayala,
ala,
the top seed in the Division 2AA playoffs.
Canyon is 15-13 overall and won its last three games in the
Foothill League to finish in a tie for second place.
vision 2AA
West Ranch plays La Serna in the first round of the Division
playoffs. West Ranch earned an at-large bid in the playoffs
yoffs with a 1412 record.
Golden Valley plays South El Monte in the first round of the Division 3A playoffs. Golden Valley finished in a tie for second place with Canyon in the Foothill
League. The Grizzlies have a 16-11 record and are home for their first-round
match-up.
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By Tim Haddock
The teams with the best chances of winning a CIF basketball championship are
on the girls’ side.
Valencia is the No. 2 seed in the Division 1AA playoffs. The Vikings have a
first-round bye and await the winner of the game between Downey and Rancho
Cucamonga.
Valencia is 21-4 and won the Foothill League championship.
Ventura has the No. 1 seed in the Division 1AA playoffs. Ventura went 18-9 and
won the Channel League championship.
The Canyon girls are the No. 1 seed in the Division 2AA playoffs. Canyon is 20-6
and plays Godinez in the first round at home.
W Ranch girls earned
ear
The West
an at-large berth in the Division 2AA playoffs. West
Ranch was 12-13 and finished in fifth place in the competitive Foothill
League. The West Ranch girls play Arroyo Grande on the road in
ro
the first round.
The Sa
Saugus girls might have the toughest first-round match-up.
Saugu plays Woodbridge of Irvine, the No. 3 seed in the DiSaugus
vision 2AA playoffs. Saugus has an at-large playoff bid. The
Saugu girls were 16-12.
Saugus
The H
Hart girls play Grand Terrace on the road in the first
round of the Division 2A playoffs. Hart was 14-12 and finished iin third place in the Foothill League. Grand Terrace is
9-13 and the second-place team from the Sunkist League.
R wland is the
Ro
th No. 1 seed in the Division 2A playoffs.
Rowland
The Golden Valley girls play South Hills from West Covina in the first round of
the Division 3AA playoffs. Golden Valley finished in last place in the Foothill
League with a 1-9 record. The Grizzlies were 8-19 overall.
South Hills won the Palomares League championship and is 19-7.
Orange Lutheran is the No. 1 seed in the Division 3AA playoffs.
They have a potentially tough game in the second round, though. Diamond
Ranch, the No. 2 seed in the Division 3A playoffs, would be Golden Valley’s
next opponent if both teams win.
Rancho Mirage, at 26-0, is the No. 1 seed in the Division 3A playoffs.
The Trinity Classical Academy girls play AGBU of Pasadena in the first round
of the Division 5A playoffs.
The Santa Clarita Christian girls play Newbury Park Adventist in the first round
of the Division 5A playoffs.
Trinity Classical Academy plays University Prep in the first round of the Division 4A playoffs.
Bloomington Christian is the No. 1 seed in Division 5A.
Santa Clarita Christian plays Aveson Global Leadership Academy in the first
round of the Division 5A playoffs.
The Albert Einstein Academy girls play Mission College Prep in the first round
of the Division 5AA playoffs.
Albert Einstein Academy plays Yeshiva in the first round of the Division 5AA
playoffs.
Aquinas is the No. 1 seed in Division 5AA.
Tim Haddock writes for ESPN and the Ventura County Star. Follow him on Twitter @
thaddock.
Towsley Canyon Gets 100 New Parking Spaces
H
the groundwater recharge potential of the site is restored. Materials from the
clearing were recycled and diverted from the landfill as much as possible.
The new gravel parking lot extension is free and open to the public. Residents are
encouraged to take advantage of this new convenient amenity.
The new parking lot opened last week and in a few weeks is scheduled to receive
lodge pole fencing surrounding the perimeter and a new trailhead kiosk. At that
time, the city will also open an additional 118 acres just north of the property,
which contains a new 2.3-mile loop trail.
ikers and Shakespeare aficionados alike will be pleased with the latest
parking lot construction on the west side of the Santa Clarita Valley. Nearly
100 new parking spaces are now available near the Towsley Canyon trails, which
is also useful for the Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival at Rivendale.
Before the City of Santa Clarita purchased the property in the late 1990s,
the parking lot area was known as Rivendale Ranch and was occupied with
abandoned structures from its prior use as an equestrian event arena. The 60acre property was the subject of a city–led master planning effort in 2013 which
established the long-term plan for the property, now called Rivendale Park and
Open Space.
Last fall, the city cleared the unsafe, aging, red-tagged structures on the property,
addressing both safety issues and returning the site to a more natural state, where
These improvements are consistent with the approved Master Plan for Rivendale
Park and Open Space. In addition to the parking lot and new loop trail, the
plan includes improvements, construction of a cultural/educational use area, an
amphitheater and restrooms.
For more information about the Rivendale Park Master Plan or the recently
opened parking lot, contact Tom Reilly at [email protected] or at (661)
255-4394.
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OPINION
Out Come the Claws
Lean to the Left
By Robert Patrick Lewis
A
h, it’s that time of year again. No, not the
leaves changing colors, the warm rebirth
of spring or the first flakes of snow signaling
a white Christmas. It’s time, once again, for
American politicians to stop pretending like
they are respectful (or respectable) human
beings and do what keeps good candidates
from running, giving America a black eye
in the view of the rest of the world. I’m
speaking, of course, of the moment when the
first low-blows are thrown in a political race
(which is just a matter of time, at any level in
American politics).
Any election cycle these days is destined to fill
our airwaves and televisions with muckraking
and name-calling, but the presidential race is
always the worst, by far. And in this current
election cycle, it’s the candidates on the
“same team” who are currently tearing each
other apart, which makes it that much worse.
are made long before a single vote is cast
in that country, but at least they have the
decency to make it seem amicable.
If you’ve ever lived in another country
outside of the U.S., you already know that
this is par for the course in the American
media. The motto of our media may be “if it
bleeds, it leads,” but most other countries don’t
subscribe to that same level of low-brow
entertainment-news.
I remember Senator McCain making the
claim early in his presidential run that he
would run a “clean” campaign, devoid of
low blows or mud-slinging, and I was quite
proud of him and had high hopes. So, as
soon as his campaign launched the first salvo
of mud, I lost all faith in him – and most faith
in our process.
Have you ever had two mutual friends who
were in a relationship, break up and force you
to choose one or the other because they just
couldn’t stand the sight of their former flame
anymore? Aside from Trump and Carson,
each of the major candidates serve in some
form of public office where they will have to
face each other once again when this race is
over. And by the current tone of this race, it
doesn’t seem any of them are adult enough to
let bygones be bygones.
For a country that prides herself on being the
leader of the free world, we sure don’t set a
good example. The fact that no candidate
can emerge unscathed from a presidential
election in the United States is a shame on
all of us, and we should expect more from
our leaders and journalists who cover them.
While we don’t want a state-run media (which
we seem to be just a few shades away from
currently), we also don’t want a TMZ-style
gossip hound trying to smear every indecent
act of the future leader of our country on the
front pages for the world to see.
It’s not surprising, in my opinion, that the
largest number of claims of “low blows” seem
to have been coming from the Democratic
race up to this point. We have the FBI suspect
accusing the Nazi-esque socialist and friend
of Al Sharpton (I’m not sure which is a bigger
insult) of unfair blows to her credibility (you
can’t make this stuff up), while the latter is
accusing Monica Lewinsky’s boyfriend’s wife
of not being liberal enough.
So every time you hear someone complain
that we just don’t have any good candidates,
I’d like you to think hard about (and even
remind them of) the reason that we don’t.
The best, brightest and most accomplished
in our society spend their lives working hard,
maintaining their reputations and possibly
having families.
But the GOP candidates are doing their best
to even the playing field of low blows, and if
they keep up the current rate, this race may
hit the bottom of the barrel in record time.
And if the candidates’ infighting didn’t seem
to be enough, the mainstream media has
given up any veiled attempt to pretend they
haven’t decided who they want in office.
But, as we’re all human, if you stick enough
private investigators and PR spin doctors to
go through any one of our entire lives with a
microscope, they are bound to find (or create)
something that could make any of us look like
a despicable person, when spun the right way
from the right “journalist.” Nobody wants to
put his or her history or family through that,
but unfortunately, that has become the status
quo of our election cycles.
We have one publication claiming Trump
went back on his pledge by suggesting he
may run as a third party independent (even
though he was the only candidate who
wouldn’t agree to that during the first Fox
News debate). Then another is claiming Dr.
Ben Carson’s run is a scam to get free secret
service (huh?) and rent out his donor mailing
list. Either way, we’ve shown the world yet
again, just how low we can go.
However, to be a candidate on the Republican
ticket it is all but required that one affirms
their faith in Christianity and swears to
uphold those values. So, if that faith and
value system were true, maybe at least one
candidate would remember one of the most
important lessons taught in the Bible: “Let he
who is without sin cast the first stone.”
For a frame of reference here to show how
the rest of the world handles elections,
candidates in what many consider the most
corrupt country, in terms of politics (China),
are not allowed to discuss other candidates,
and must focus solely on which of their
own characteristics would make them a
good choice for political office. Sure, it is an
important detail that most political decisions
Their Words Should
Hang Them By Sylvia Turner
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his week I’m going to feel guilty again going after Republican
candidates, but it’s just too tempting. They’re such low-hanging
fruit, so I can’t resist.
Donald’s “trumpertantrums” continue. He talked to Thomas
Roberts on MSNBC and a few others on the other reliable news
stations. Here are a few of today’s intelligent snippets from Trump.
The first one is in reference to ISIS.
“We’re gonna knock them out so strong.” Wow – hide that from his
sixth grade English teacher.
“We’re gonna make our military absolutely strong and powerful
again. It’s the cheapest thing we can do.” All I can say is “How?” and
“Huh?!”
“We’re going to build the wall, folks. It’s simple. I know how to
build.” That’s the one thing I was hoping to get in the Oval Office – a
construction guy.
Let’s move on to Sen. Ted Cruz. He refuses to sever the lovefest he
has with farrrrr-right religious leader Mike Bickle, who endorsed
Cruz. Kansas-based Bickle said that God sent Hitler to hunt Jews,
calling the Nazi leader the “most famous hunter in recent history”
and talked about the concentration camps awaiting Jews before
they find Jesus. You have to know his organization is International
House of Prayer (with a side of syrup?). And there’s always
Cruz’s endorsement by Colorado pastor Kevin Swanson, who says
homosexuality should be punished by death and that if his son was
gay and invited him to the wedding, he would smear himself in cow
manure and sit at the church entrance in sackcloth and ashes. And
you thought Jeremiah Wright was bad?!
Poor old Jeb Bush. He has two problems: his name (Bush) and his
name (Jeb). There’s not much more to say, except that he never stood a
chance.
“I continue to believe Mr. Trump will not be president,” Obama
said at a news conference in California after a meeting with
Southeast Asian leaders. “And the reason is that I have a lot of faith
in the American people. Being president is a serious job. It’s not
hosting a talk show, or a reality show.”
I’m glad President Obama has faith in the American people. Every
time I see Trump’s poll numbers I begin to lose mine (faith in the
American people, that is).
I didn’t weigh in on the Supreme Court Justice replacement, mostly
because it’s already a tired subject. Ryan Grim at The Huffington
Post had the best idea yet, though. President Barack Obama
should nominate Barack Obama for the job. After all, wasn’t he
a constitutional law professor? Republicans would take the bait,
just to vote against him, so they would at least let the process go
forward. It would be funny, especially, because if the dominoes
all fall forward, there’s a chance Joe Biden could end up in the
presidency position, briefly anyway. Clever idea.
Maybe somebody needs to send the
candidates back to Bible study the next time
the claws come out.
Robert Patrick Lewis was a Green Beret OIF/OEF combat veteran with 10th SFG(A), is an award winning author of “The
Pact” and “Love Me When I’m Gone: the true story of life, love
and loss for a Green Beret in post-9/11 war” and the host of “The
Green Beret MBA” and “Center Mass with Rob and Silent J”
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It’s That Time of Year
It’s the time of year when our eyesight is graced with the vision of
people dressed up like the Statue of Liberty, dancing on street corners,
trying to lure people into their office for income tax preparation. I’ve
always found it puzzling that our city, which is such a stickler for
esthetics, allows the dancing fools to distract our driving. Someone told
me the company has to pay a fee to the city for the human ads, so now it
all makes perfect sense. Our city government needs the money to help
fund the Laemmle theater project and they’re willing to sacrifice their
esthetic souls to do it – yeah, that’s it!
Just Say It!
If you have watched the debates lately, you’ve heard the name calling,
the underhanded innuendos, almost hatred pouring out. It does seem
petty and childish at times, but at least you know where the candidates
are coming from when they don’t hide their feelings. I’m sure you’ve
seen the rather uncomfortable and emotional disagreements on Fox
News, CNN (sure as heck not CNBC – they don’t have opposing guests
on the network no one watches). They involve pundits from each side of
the political spectrum, but at least we know where they stand, because
it’s voiced out loud. Have you ever seen video clips of debates in the
British Parliament? Oh, my goodness, they go at each other with all
kinds of insults in their rebuttals; it’s a no holds barred debating free-for-all.
While our state and federal legislatures are much calmer, you still get a
good idea how the members feel about each other and their stance on
matters.
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The Supreme Court is dangerously out of balance; I will recommend to my
colleagues that we should not confirm any Bush nominee to the Supreme Court
except in extraordinary circumstances. They must prove by actions, not words,
that they are in the mainstream, rather than we have to approve that they are
not.”
This was when Bush had seven more months to go in his term, compared
to what Obama has left in his.
Charlie, if I were you I wouldn’t waste anymore keyboard punches on
this, because it ain’t happening until next year, when the Republicans
have all the power, including the presidency. If I’m wrong and your
side prevails in the election, it won’t matter a hill of beans who is on
the Supreme Court, because your side will spend the country into complete
oblivion or allow our enemies to do the same! By the way, although I disagree
with everything you write, I do enjoy reading your column.
Recent Headlines Catching My Attention:
Defiant Iran Ignores UN Ban, Hits up Putin for High-Tech Tanks,
Fighter Jets
China Sends Surface-to-Air Missiles to Contested Island in
Provocative Move
Russia Killed More Syrian Civilians than Assad or ISIS in January
Iran Releases Video of Captured Sailor Crying
In my personal opinion, our city council members should let loose at
each other more often for the public to see. Most of the members debate
as if there is a big elephant in the room they’re afraid of waking up. Sure,
they debate, but it seems guarded to me. It’s obvious that four members
dislike the fifth, because he doesn’t hesitate to let his opinion fly all over
the place and takes up a lot of meeting time (I’m sure there is more
to it than that, but that’s all we see and hear). The only time I see true
emotions flow is when the mayor and the disliked councilman get into
it, and that’s how it should be with all of the members. On many matters, it
seems as though most of the council people already know how they’re
going to vote because they know how the shunned member is going to
vote, but they won’t look the guy in the eyes and debate him.
I’m not calling for British type debating, but I’d like to see the other three
get down to righteous debating. Let us know why you have a problem
with the gentleman and disagree with his stance. Don’t keep us in the
dark. Be open and honest, no matter how uncomfortable it may be. It’s
called transparency, and if more of it were to happen, I would call it
refreshing.
Charlie, Charlie, Charlie: (Can I call you Charlie?)
My friend Charles Vignola (although we’ve never met in person, he was
on the Gazette Radio Hour and was a good sport and nice guy during the
rather contentious debate we had on the air) makes me wonder if he
is Sylvia Turner’s ghostwriter. He wrote in his left-leaning (actually fallen
over to the left) column, “Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had the
audacious suggestion that President Obama shouldn’t nominate a successor to
Scalia at all. Listen, I hate to
break it to the Republicans,
but here’s the deal; you are
"Loving God...
in no position to make this
Loving Others" demand. None.”
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Charlie, I hate to break it
to you, but this wasn’t the
GOP’s original idea. One
of your top Democrat
guys, Chuck Schumer,
had the same thoughts in
2007, when he said:
“For the rest of this
president’s term, let me say
this. We should reverse the
presumption of confirmation.
Lethal Shadows: Russian Su-35s Stalk German Tornado Jets Over
Syria
China Closing Tech Gap with U.S., Pacific Air, Chief Says:
My 2 cents: These headlines represent an embarrassing chapter in this country’s
history. Our once strong and powerful nation has been reduced to a pile of
idealistic chicken crap. We are now wimps, watching the world go to hell as we
sit on the sidelines wondering why no one pays attention to us even when we cry
for it. It reminds me of Rodney King’s weak plea, “Can’t we all just get along?” I
don’t know if I’m more concerned with my kids’ and grandkids’ future because of
an economic collapse, or some sort of direct attack on our nation. For their sake,
I hope and pray a new administration is in place a year from now to turn this
disaster-in-waiting ship around.
Quotes of the Week
“I’m so old that I have actually dialed a rotary phone while listening to an
8-track stereo, standing next to a black & white TV with aluminum foil on the
rabbit ears.” (Facebook post, but Ranter has been there and done that).
“Don’t worry, Hillary, Nelson Mandela wasn’t elected president until after he
spent 25 years in prison.” (Bill Clinton from satire post)
“My attitude about the low-information crowd, they’re just mind-numbed,
brain-dead robots anyway. It doesn’t matter if they’re awake or not, they’re going
through life in a dependency haze. So it doesn’t really matter. They’re gonna vote
the way they vote anyway.” (Rush Limbaugh)
“Where is all the conservatism? Is it on Fox News? Is it National Review? Is it
over at the American Spectator? Where is it? It isn’t in the Republican Party.
That is for darn sure, and so many people are livid about that. I’m talking about
the party establishment. Yes, Ted Cruz. Look, what more do you want me to say?
Ted Cruz is the closest living thing to Ronald Reagan we’re ever gonna have in
our lifetimes.” (Rush Limbaugh)
“Ted Cruz reminds me of the creepy film that develops on the top of mushroom
soup. Marco Rubio’s credibility is on par with his personal credit score. Sorry,
I’m not buying your plans to defeat ISIS when no one will let you finance a
Honda. Trump is a goiter on the neck of the GOP. He’s sticking out because his
party is sick. And they have no one to blame but themselves (you know, personal
responsibility and all).” (Tina Dupuy, syndicated columnist)
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A ‘Plan B’ State Strategy to
Stop the CEMEX Mega-Mine
By Scott Wilk
T
The history is as follows: In 1990, the
Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
issued two 10-year contracts to mine
56 million tons of aggregate from a
site near Soledad Canyon Road and
the 14 Freeway. Through the years,
there have been a number of owners,
but the current owner is CEMEX – a
Mexican mining company.
the application, although the status
of the application is still considered
active.
How large is the mine? Well, if you
have ever driven the 610 Freeway
passing through Irwindale, it pales in
comparison to the proposed CEMEX
mega-mine, which would be the largest aggregate mine in the country.
Existing law requires the publication
of a notice of application to appropriate water and requires protest to be
filed within a certain period of time
after publication of a notice of application.
According to the Safe Action for the
Environment, Inc. (SAFE) the scale of
the mining would be nearly 20 times
larger than what is currently mined in
Soledad Canyon today, and it will last
for 20 years. The daily operation of
the mine would result in 18-wheelers
and gravel trucks entering and departing from the mine every 2 minutes,
which would add 1,200 trucks to our
local roads daily. The dust created by
the mine would greatly harm our air
quality and would exceed acceptably
safe levels by nearly 200%.
AB 1986 would amend the water code
to require the publication of new notice of application if the SWRCB has
not rendered a final determination on
an application within 20 years from
its original filing date. The new notice
would re-open the protest period and
any other administrative processes, as
if it were being undertaken for the first
time.
Last August, under pressure from Rep.
Steve Knight (R-Palmdale) and California’s two U.S. Senators, the BLM
announced it had canceled CEMEX’s
Soledad Canyon mining contracts.
However, CEMEX has appealed that
decision and it could take as long as
two years to get a final adjudication.
First, California has been in a serious
four-year drought and is currently
pulling massive amounts of water
from the Santa Clara River. The Santa
Clara River is the last natural river in
Southern California and its preservation positively affects communities
from Agua Dulce to Ventura.
Fortunately, Congressman Knight has
stayed aggressive and recently introduced a bill with bi-partisan support
that would withdraw the mineral
rights in Soledad Canyon, effectively
preventing CEMEX or any other company from mining there in the future. I
applaud these efforts.
Additionally, there are efforts to expand the new San Gabriel Mountains
National Monument farther into the
Santa Clarita Valley and the mega
mine would affect that federal government decision.
Back in 1991, CEMEX’s predecessorin-interest (Transit Mix Concrete) filed
an application with the California
State Water Resources Control Board
(SWRCB) for a water appropriation
permit. The application requested
322 acre-feet of water per year from
the Santa Clara River for use related
to mining and industrial operations.
Under current law, the administrative
process allows for a protest period
and the SWRCB is required to hold a
hearing as long as a protest remains
unresolved or there is a disputed material fact.
I Will Not be Voting
for the Carpetbagger
Dear Local Democrats:
he most important local issue
affecting our community is actually a federal government decision
that allows mega-mining in Soledad
Canyon.
Although a federal issue, there is a
role for the state to play in the permitting process of the mega-mine. That’s
where my proposed legislation, Assembly Bill 1986, comes into play.
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During the 25-year application process, a significant number of issues
have arisen.
Finally, in 1990, the city of Santa
Clarita had a population of 132,700
and today it’s more than 209,000.
According to the Southern California
Association of Government, by 2030
our valley should be around 550,000
residents.
Lou Vince has been fighting for progressive values here in the 25th for years.
Lou ran for L.A. Sheriff in 2014 on a progressive platform, and over the last
year, Lou has been fighting as our strong, local, progressive candidate for Congress. Lou has been phone banking and door knocking for a year. Lou has attended countless Democratic meetings and pounded the pavement for a year.
Lou has earned the endorsements and support of every Democratic Club in
the 25th – some unanimously. He’s earned the endorsement of our state’s California Democratic Party with the vote of over 80 percent of our Democratic
delegates. Lou has the endorsements of many prominent Democrats, both locally, and state wide. But most importantly, Lou has earned the support and
confidence of local residents in the 25th. Lou is a Marine, an LAPD lieutenant
with 21 years of service, a former sheriff, a local town council member, and a
wonderful family man and father of four great kids. Lou has lived in the 25th for
over a decade, knows our issues, and cares deeply about our/his community.
Why, then, would the Washington elites parachute in a Johnny Come Lately,
unknown, carpetbagger into our district to jeopardize the Lou Vince campaign? Here’s why:
Remember when the DCCC political elite in Washington did not support
Lee Rogers for Congress? The DCCC didn’t support Lee in 2012 when he
raised good money, and they didn’t support Lee in 2014 when he raised nearly
$400,000. Therefore, it’s logical to conclude that the DCCC supports issues,
not as they contend, “fundraising ability.” So why did the DCCC abandon the
25th in those last two elections and not support Lee Rogers? It is clear to me
that it’s because the DCCC opposes progressive politics.
So let’s be honest with each other here in the 25th. When the DCCC comes out
of nowhere and parachutes in a wealthy, unknown, inexperienced lawyer from
outside of our district, the message is clear. The DCCC is not concerned about
Lou Vince’s fundraising ability; they are opposed to Lou’s progressive politics.
The second important question is whether the DCCC is concerned about Lou
Vince losing the general elections in November. Absolutely not. We all know
2016 is the year Democrats can defeat the Republicans and turn the 25th Blue.
Democrats will have record turn outs in June and November. The DCCC has
not parachuted in a carpetbagger because they fear Republicans; they have
forced a carpetbagger on us because they fear Lou Vince’s progressive politics.
Finally, why this particular out of towner? Well, to put it bluntly, he’s rich, with
rich friends outside of our district. Now, there is nothing wrong with being
rich, but those rich, out of district friends have funded this out of town campaign. Yes, he has raised a lot of out of town money all at once, but his well in
the district is dry. He has little support from local Dems. Lou Vince has raised
campaign funds from over 600 local contributors. That is a strong grass roots
campaign. The carpetbagger has come in with bags of outside money, rented
a place in Valencia, and proceeded to try to make us think he cares about our
local issues and concerns. Absurd!
We need to nip this issue in the bud. It goes against our Democratic values
in the 25th to parachute an unknown, out of town candidate into our district
to undermine the already existing, strong, year long, grass roots Democratic
campaign of Lou Vince for Congress. A carpetbagging campaign itself is an
affront to Democrats in the 25th. Add to that the big money bags thrown on
us from outside the district, and the urgency becomes clear. Make no mistake
about it; this is a slap in the face of Democrats in the 25th. Let’s not find out
the dark truth in July when it’s too late. Let’s not unnecessarily sacrifice a
real and local progressive. An honest to goodness, home grown, 25th district
Democrat, Lou Vince.
Please write to the DCCC and ask them to withdraw their candidate from our
district and put their support behind Lou Vince for Congress.
Although I believe this project should
never have been permitted, the facts,
more than ever, reveal that this massive project would be an unmitigated
disaster for the Santa Clarita Valley.
DCCC.org
430 S. Capitol St. SE
Washington, DC 20003
Phone: (202) 863-1500
www.facebook.com/electdemocrats
Hopefully we will be successful at the
federal level in killing the mega-mine,
but I’ll fight hard for our “Plan B” to
preserve the valley’s water, air quality,
and beauty for future generations.
David Barlavi, Esq.
Valencia resident, businessman, activist and coach
The 38th Assembly District encompasses
Simi Valley, the northwestern section of
the San Fernando Valley and most of the
Santa Clarita Valley.
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No hearing was held and the SWRCB
has essentially suspended activity on
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Local Man Remembers Days as Aerospace Engineer
By Lee Barnathan
A
lan Ferdman has seen a great deal of change.
If he has his way, he’ll see yet another change:
Himself on the City Council.
Ferdman, 73, has lived in Canyon Country since
1965 and can tell story after story about how the
area has grown and changed (does anybody else
remember the agricultural airport?) and not always
for the better, in his opinion. He also spent his career working in the aerospace industry and thrived,
despite industry changes.
“I watched the industry get digitized,” he said.
“More mechanical gave way to more electronic.”
For example, one of his first projects upon joining
Litton Guidance and Control (a division of the
defunct Litton Industries) in 1961 was to build an
electromechanical navigator unit for a fighter jet. It
was 18 by 18 inches, weighed 50 pounds and cost
$50,000.
“Now, you can buy a chip for $50” and get the
same thing on a drone, he said.
Over time, Ferdman worked for Litton and the Jet
Propulsion Laboratory on navigational equipment
for the F-4 Phantom, the F-104 Starfighter, the
F-14 Tomcat, the F-22 Raptor, the A-6 Intruder,
the P-3 Orion, the B-52 Stratofortress and the EF111A Raven. Most of his work came during the
Cold War, so the systems he and his department
developed had to work in nuclear, bacteriological
and chemical environments, in case the Soviets
dropped any of those types of weapons on the U.S.
Sometimes, his work was classified “secret” or
“top secret,” meaning he was only told the parts
he needed to be told to complete the system(s) on
which he worked.
Some might romanticize working in such environments. Others might think conspiratorially that
someone would sell secrets to the Soviets. For Ferdman, it simply went with the job – even though
the government canceled all of the top-secret
projects on which he worked.
“You have to do it,” he said. “They (government)
will give you information about what they want
you to produce. You assume the specifications are
correct. We’re experts in a particular area, and we
build that area. We were told to build a certain
component, and we did that. People were pretty
good at keeping their mouth shut.”
However, there was the time the FBI came calling, which Ferdman said happens when you’re
assigned to something “top secret.” But this unnerved the neighbors.
“My neighbors were in a panic. ‘Al, the FBI is
here. What’s going on?’ I said, ‘Don’t worry.’”
Ferdman believes that this type of government
work, along with his 16 years of service to the
Canyon Country Advisory Committee that includes 14 years as chairperson, has prepared him
to serve on the City Council. He said this is the
only office he aspires to and will only serve two
terms because “like my friend George Washington
said, you serve two terms and then you go home.”
Worried About IRS
Tax Problems?
By Ray Bulaon, Attorney At Law
I
RS problems have a way of ruining all aspects of your life. They can
take a toll on you financially, emotionally and physically.
When you owe the IRS, you’re always wondering if today might be the
day when the IRS shows up at work, your home or your business, or if today might be the day the IRS decides to levy your bank account or garnish
your paycheck.
This is a heavy load to bear every day!
The only way to solve your IRS problems is to face them head-on and to
have a plan of action. And that’s exactly what people lack — a plan. Unfortunately, instead of taking action, people bury their heads in the sand,
pretending that their IRS problems don’t exist. This is the wrong approach
and your tax problems will only continue to get worse.
Unfortunately, there are a lot of unscrupulous companies out there who
are more interested in taking your hard-earned dollars instead of offering
you the solution that you need. Without knowing anything about your
situation, they tell you that you can settle your IRS debt “for pennies on
the dollar.” While the IRS has such a program that allows forgiveness of
tax debt, it is not for everyone. The IRS uses a specific formula to determine the least amount it will accept based on your income and assets.
Space here doesn’t allow me to elaborate and explain the common options
that people have when they have IRS debt that they cannot afford to pay
back. But if you call my Valencia Office at 866-477-7772 for more information, we will give you a FREE CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION
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There are three points to Ferdman’s platform, he
said. He wants to ease traffic (“No one can say it’s
getting better,” he said), eliminate what he calls
“backroom deals” (“The people’s business should
be done in public”) and increase public safety. He’s
calling for a second sheriff ’s station on the other
side of the city, more paramedics and a decrease
in the murder rate, which he attributes to increased
domestic violence.
“He’s the type of person we need,” realtor Steve
Petzold said. “He takes the time to explore the
issues … just like (Councilmember) TimBen
(Boydston) does. He stays in touch with the community.”
This will be Ferdman’s second attempt to be
elected. He lost in 2014 to Dante Acosta by 104
votes. “I needed 104 more friends,” he said.
This time, he’s running for seats currently held
by Boydston and Mayor Bob Kellar. The top two
vote-getters win. The possibility exists that he will
defeat Boydston, who he supports and who spoke
at Ferdman’s Jan. 21 kickoff event.
“He’s honest, transparent, and he is very detailoriented,” Boydston said. “Alan is smart and hardworking.”
“I’ve got the time,” the retired Ferdman said, “and
I’ve certainly got the passion to serve the community and make sure this community stays great for
generations to come.”
Getting in Shape for the
Summer Months by Sarah Farnell
T
he holidays are long over, and the
same thing probably goes for your
overall health and fitness. With summer
just around the corner, it’s about time to
stop numbing the pain of loneliness and
despair with pure intestinal garbage and
start working towards that bikini body. If
you’re having trouble searching for the
last drop of motivation in your lethargic
existence, here are some tips and ideas
for how to get up and moving.
1. Carry out an armed robbery on foot
Let me tell ya, nothing gets my heart
beating faster than an old-fashioned
police chase. After you whip out your
weapon, be sure to get your resting heart
rate. This will allow you to measure how
your physical fitness improves over time.
When you rip the bags of cash from
the hands of that scared, elderly bank
teller, get in as many reps as you can.
Anything over $5,000 should really work
your triceps as you’re running. When the
police finally catch up to you, take this
time to do some trunk lifts as your hands
are clasped behind your head. Workout
complete!
2. Run for Congress
I know, I know – you’re looking for a
workout, not a bailout, but running for
Congress is a great way to get in shape.
Steve Knight might make it look like
a breeze, but it isn’t as easy as it looks.
Sometimes you have stand for long
periods of time. Other times, your hand
cramps from shredding the bills that you
refuse to pass. Either way, you will get
those muscles moving from the moment
you flex your biceps and take that oath
of office.
3. Buy a treadmill, ignore the treadmill,
move the treadmill out of the garage
For this exercise, buying the bulkiest,
most expensive piece of workout equipment is key. You want it to be large
enough for you to notice on a daily basis,
yet subtle enough for you to avoid it for
months on end. After it collects enough
dust and causes a few asthma attacks, it’s
time to spend a Saturday arguing with a
family member as you figure out a way
to dump it on the sidewalk. Frustration
burns a lot of calories, so make sure to
drink lots of water.
4. Tell your friends about your exercise
routine
When ladies get together with friends
and talk about working out, things get
wild. Hand gestures flail, spit flies, heads
roll. For the best workout, just make up
extreme exercise routines and lie about
them to your pals. Make sure to describe
them in a big way, using gestures that
will leave your posse exhausted just
watching you.
5. Cry
Weeping is a fun little activity that burns
a few calories, and you can do it anywhere. Personally, I cry at the movies,
school, gas station bathrooms, and even
as I am writing this. I am in the best
shape of my life, thanks to crying. As
long as you don’t let anyone see you, this
workout is bound to help you drop some
lbs.
**Warning: THIS IS A SATIRE.The Views
and Opinions expressed in this column are
those of the writer, not necessarily those of
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Gibbon Conservation Center
Santa Clarita’s Singing Gibbons Have Plenty to Celebrate!
Every day starts at dawn, with haunting calls that
can be heard up to two miles away … as the gibbon
families in residence announce their presence at
the Gibbon Conservation Center, just off Bouquet
Canyon in Saugus, near Lombardi Ranch.
gibbon species. Gibbons are native to southeast,
east and south Asia. At the GCC, they live a
peaceful (and sometimes remarkably loud) life,
performing amazing acrobatics and singing their
territorial songs.
Families are focused on raising their offspring,
including, from time to time, new infants that are
proudly shown to visitors.
The Gibbon Center is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon,
except on rainy days. (Gibbons aren’t fond of rain and
tend to not be visible during downpours.) No reservations are needed for the weekend public hours. A
general tour starts each morning at 10 a.m. Private
tours and class tours are available, by appointment,
during the week or on weekends.
The Gibbon Conservation Center is a non-profit
(501c3) organization dedicated to the observation and study of these rare apes. The GCC offers
opportunities for anthropologists, primatologists,
students of all ages, and the general public to enjoy
and learn. The GCC is visited by scholars and animal enthusiasts from around the world.
Proud mom, Ricky, and her son, Dennis, are highlyendangered northern white-cheeked gibbons enjoying a
safe habitat at the Gibbon Conservation Center. There
are fewer than 1,000 members of this species remaining
in the wild, due to hunting and deforestation.
The Gibbon Center houses more than 40 small
apes in family groups, representing five unique
Founded by Alan Richard Mootnick in 1976, the
Gibbon Center is celebrating its 40th anniversary as
a member of the Santa Clarita community. Mootnick and the GCC were instrumental in identifying
and naming a distinct gibbon species – the eastern
hoolock gibbon. The GCC is the only location
in the western hemisphere with eastern hoolock
families in residence, and offers visitors the only
opportunity in the world to hear five species of gibbons sing their songs together.
Medina, an endangered male javan gibbon, sings his
territorial songs several times each day at the Gibbon
Conservation Center. The other gibbons join the chorus,
sharing their own unique songs.
The Gibbon Center provides a safe haven for rare
gibbon species as a complement to protecting them
in the wild. Their conservation efforts include
establishing secure captive gene pools in case attempts to preserve species or subspecies in the wild
fail. Working in cooperation with reputable zoos
around the world, the GCC works to improve the
overall standard of care for captive gibbons. The
GCC supports organizations in the gibbon home
countries that focus on gibbon conservation.
The Gibbon Conservation Center is located at
19100 Esguerra Rd. in Saugus. The center offers
volunteer and education opportunities for all ages.
For more information, go to the website at: www.
gibboncenter.org or inquire at [email protected]
org.
Hero of the Week
Carmen Fisher
Carmen Fisher is a long-time volunteer at the
Gibbon Conservation Center. She is a “hero”
to gibbons and humans alike!
Always willing to help, Carmen can be found
in the GCC kitchen on Tuesdays, steaming
vegetables to the “al dente” state that gibbons
prefer. The temperature may be 100 degrees
outside, or 50 degrees and windy, but in Carmen’s kitchen it feels like 120 degrees, summer
and winter.
Once a week’s worth of veggies are cooked,
Carmen loads the food buckets and completes
several feeding cycles, hauling favorite foods
to the gibbon families who anxiously await her
visits.
A retired educator, Carmen is so much more
than the cooking volunteer to the GCC. She
shares the highs and lows of gibbon care with
the staff and greets everyone with a warm
smile. She loves to laugh and offers sage advice
and hugs to volunteers and staff alike. She is
on call to bottle feed infant gibbons in need
of nourishment and a heartbeat to snuggle
against.
Chris Roderick, president of the GCC Board
of Directors, says: “We cannot imagine a GCC
without Carmen! She was recently elected to
the board of directors and we hope to benefit
from her life experience and wisdom for many
years.”
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Athletes of the Week
Talia Taufaasau
Selom Mawugbe
A sophomore at Canyon
High School and point
guard on the basketball
team, Talia Taufaasau
scored 17 points in her
team’s 61-32 win over
Saugus last week. Canyon
earned the No. 1 seed in
the CIF Southern Section
Division 2AA playoffs and
has a 20-6 record.
Named “Male Athlete of the Week” for the second time
this season, “the 6 foot 9 inch senior helped turn the Cowboys’ rough league start (0-3), into a second place league
finish,” said Canyon High School Boys’ Basketball Team
Coach Sean De Long. “Selom Mawugbe averaged 19 points
and 12 rebounds in the last seven league games (5-2) to earn
a first round CIF home playoff game.”
“Talia is doing a fantastic
job leading our team,” says
Jessica Haayer, coach of
the Canyon High School
girls’ basketball team. “She
is averaging 15.6 points
per game and 3.0 assists
per game. She continues to
facilitate, create and lead
our team each game. She
“A vocal leader in practice, Selom is helping to prepare the
team for a long playoff run,” said Ali Monfared, assistant
coach for the Cowboys. “The team will look to him to control the paint on offense and defense while providing a sense
of urgency in the ‘win or go home’ scenario.”
Selom scored 16 points in his team’s 62-37 win over Saugus
in the Foothill League finale last week. The Cowboys will
take on Eastside from Lancaster in the playoffs.
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A STRANGE LEAD
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West’s 3♥ jump overcall showed long Hearts and not much else
(preemptive, in other words), and South eventually bought the contract
in 4♠. Put yourself in the West seat. You’d love to get a Diamond ruff (or
two) but, alas, you are on opening lead. Any thoughts?
This deal was played in a team game and at one table West routinely led
the ♥K. Declarer ruffed the second Heart and played a trump to East’s
of E-W. But that was all they got, and Declarer had 10 tricks. In the
post mortem West stated the obvious by pointing out that East needed to
overtake the King with his ♥A at Trick 1 and shoot back a Diamond, getting
the defense two ruffs and setting the contract.
At the other table, West was made of smarter stuff. At Trick 1 she led the
Heart Two! Unless leading “top of a sequence” it is customary to lead
4th best from a long suit (some prefer “3rd or 5th”), so that Heart Two was
6 or 7 Hearts. What was West trying to say by her strange lead? She
clearly wanted a shift, probably for a ruff. East concluded that Diamonds
were more promising than Clubs, all the more so as, if West was out of
Clubs, then East had natural Club tricks coming his way. So back came a
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By Martha Michael
Everybody loves a bargain, and last fall Canyon Country residents got
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Paul Acquaviva opened Action Liquidations in September, offering
resale merchandise to locals who don’t want to pay retail prices. The
Canyon Country businessman buys excess inventory in bulk and displays them in his 2,400-square-foot store on Camp Plenty Road.
“I needed a location with retail exposure, and square footage that fell
into our budget,” said Acquaviva, who lives in Canyon View Estates
nearby.
“Lucky for me, our location is only about a mile from my residence and
kids’ schools!”
Acquaviva is a full-time father of two children and has lived in the Santa
Clarita Valley for 45 years.
The merchandise at Action Liquidations varies as the store owner acquires overages, always aimed at undercutting retail prices.
“We offer a huge discount on diapers – around 40-50 percent off retail,”
he said, “and great values on housewares, lawn and garden, organic
goods, and great deals on household and commercial cleaning supplies.”
Acquaviva obtains truckloads of merchandise from major retailers and
distributors, he said. And his customers have the added benefit of finding
new items to choose from at each visit to Action Liquidations.
“We never know what we will have in our store, as we do not order anything. We don’t know what items we will have until the trucks show up.
So, our inventory is always changing weekly,” said Acquaviva. “Regardless of category, you can be sure to save 40-60 percent off the lowest
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Action Liquidations is located at 27219 Camp Plenty Road, near Soledad
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California’s Expungement Law
by Robin Sandoval
J
ail isn’t a place that anyone ever wants to go, yet some folks ultimately do.
While it’s never easy, the difficulties one will encounter while being incarcerated can vary pretty widely, depending on the crime and the type of facility where
the individual was sent.
For example, a person who spends time in a city jail for missed child support
payments will likely have an easier time than someone who’s sent to a larger state
prison or jail. The reasoning behind that is because the person in city jail will
typically be surrounded by others who have been convicted of committing misdemeanors and relatively minor felonies. The individual in a large county jail or
state prison, though, may share their surroundings with a variety of much more
dangerous, and often violent, criminals.
Unfortunately for many, the difficulties associated with having spent time in
custody aren’t necessarily over once a person is released – particularly when
searching for employment. When applying for a job, pretty much every employer
is going to want to know if the applicant has a prior criminal record, and those
who do report extreme difficulty in obtaining employment after incarceration.
Luckily, for those who were sent to the smaller jail instead of state prison, there
is hope in the form of California Penal Code 1203.4 PC: California’s Expungement Law.
Expungement is something that an individual can apply for that will require
the court to seal the person’s criminal records, thereby making it impossible for
employers to use that prior criminal conviction against the applicant, as well as
making it illegal for them to even bring it up.
To be eligible for expungement, a person must meet three
basic criteria:
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The individual must have completed his/her probation successfully (including the payment of any fines and/or court fees, restitution, counseling and/or community service)
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The convicted party must not be currently charged with another criminal
offense, on probation for another criminal offense, or currently serving
time for another criminal offense, and
•
The individual cannot have been sentenced to serve time in state prison
for the offense or for a parole violation regarding their offense
Additionally, certain offenses are ineligible for expungement. Those offenses are:
286 PC: sodomy with a child; PC 288: lewd acts with a child; PC 288a (c): oral
copulation with a child; and PC 264.5(d): statutory rape.
An attorney can assist with the expungement process, and it includes filling out
the necessary paperwork, waiting for the court to process it, and then attending
an expungement hearing. If an expungement is granted, it can be very beneficial
in the search for employment, obtaining a state professional license, and even
help avoid certain consequences involved with immigration. If you think that
you or someone you know may be eligible for expungement, always, always be
sure to speak with a qualified attorney first.
Robin Sandoval is a California Licensed Bail Bondsman and owner of SCV Bail
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bad boys and girls
A 27-year-old student from Valencia and a
26-year-old salesman from Canyon Country
were arrested for burglary. And a 25-year-old
machine operator from Santa Clarita was
picked up for possession of burglary tools.
An unemployed 21-year-old Lancaster man
and a 30-year-old salesman from West Hollywood were arrested for robbery.
A 23-year-old stocker from Lancaster and
a 33-year-old Canyon Country man who
works in the air and heating business were
charged with theft of personal property.
An unemployed 23-year-old Valencia man
was charged with shoplifting after a specified
prior conviction.
An unemployed 40-year-old Sun Valley man
was cited for entering/remaining on a posted
property.
An unemployed 24-year-old Canyon Country man was picked up for soliciting/engaging in a lewd act in public view.
And an unemployed 28-year-old Val Verde
woman was charged with disobeying a domestic relations court order.
A 53-year-old nurse from Newbury Park was
picked up for assault with a deadly weapon,
not a firearm, with great bodily injury.
A 41-year-old unemployed Canyon Country man was picked up for possession of a
device/instrument/paraphernalia, and a
25-year-old computer tech from Santa Clarita was arrested for bringing drugs/drug paraphernalia to jail/prison.
Possession of a controlled substance charges
went to:
27-year-old unemployed Canyon Country
man
27-year-old Canyon Country waitress
65-year-old unemployed Palmdale man
38-year-old technician from Saugus
23-year-old student from Santa Clarita
28-year-old student from Canyon Country
DUIs with prior arrests included:
There were a fair number of domestic violence incidents last week, allegedly. The following individuals were arrested for corporal
injury on a spouse/cohabitant: a 45-year-old
TV executive from Valencia, an unemployed
20-year-old Palmdale man, a 26-year-old
construction worker from Canyon Country,
a 47-year-old electrician from Saugus and a
31-year-old housewife from Canyon Country.
53-year-old manager from Valencia
45-year-old Newhall construction worker
55-year-old manager from Saugus
47-year-old manager from Valencia
34-year-old electrician from Saugus
29-year-old nurse from Granada Hills
49-year-old hygienist from Canyon Country
local crime report
In the Neighborhood
In Saugus:
A theft from an auto allegedly
occurred on the 25800 block of
Railroad Avenue on Feb. 14 at
3:30 a.m., and a burglary was
reported on the 27200 block of
Santa Clarita Road on Feb. 14
at 5 p.m.
In Santa Clarita:
A petty theft was alleged on
Feb. 12 at 1:10 a.m. on the
26400 block of Carl Boyer
Drive.
Forcible rape was reported
from the 19700 block of Alyssa
Drive on Feb. 12 at 1:30 a.m.
In Valencia:
On Feb. 10 at 11:32 a.m.,
a strong arm robbery allegedly occurred at a bank on the
28300 block of Newhall Ranch
Road. A petty theft/shoplifting
was reported on Feb. 12 at 4
p.m. from a store on the 27900
block of Kelly Johnson Pkwy.
In Castaic:
A shooting/stabbing victim
was dropped off at Henry
Mayo Hospital on Feb. 13
at 8:36 p.m., and LASD
suspected it was the victim
of a car shooting in Castaic.
Two vehicle burglaries were
reported in the last week – one
from the 31700 block of Ridge
Route Road on Feb. 11 at 2:30
a.m., and a grand theft from
an unlocked auto was reported
on Feb. 14 at 4:45 p.m. on the
27900 block of Sloan Canyon
Road.
In Stevenson Ranch:
A burglary was reported on
Feb. 10 at 9:30 a.m. on the
24900 block of Constitution
Road. A petty theft/shoplifting
incident was alleged on Feb.
10 at 8:02 p.m. on the 25400
block of The Old Road.
In Newhall:
An alleged burglary occurred
on Feb. 12 at 10:15 p.m. on
the 24800 block of Newhall
Avenue, and on Feb. 13 at 2:15
a.m. on the 22000 block of
Placerita Canyon.
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In Canyon Country:
A petty theft was reported on
Feb. 11 at 4:28 p.m. on the
19400 block of Soledad Canyon Road. Shoplifting from
a store on the 19200 block of
Soledad Canyon Road was
reported on Feb. 14 at 11 p.m.
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Shows for All Ages
C
lassical music lovers will gather this Sunday to hear instrumentalists share favorite music, some of it with centuries old roots, but long-lasting appeal. The Santa
Clarita Philharmonic will perform “Vivaldi Concerto for 2 Trumpets” and “Peter and
the Wolf ” at Hart High School Auditorium at 3 p.m. this Sunday, February 21, 2016.
Local Hart District employee Dave Caldwell will perform the narration for “Peter
and the Wolf ” for the free concert by the community-based, volunteer symphony
orchestra. Members are professional, semi-professional, avocational and student
instrumentalists from the SCV and surrounding areas.
The Santa Clarita Philharmonic is a non-profit organization supported by individuals
and companies recognizing the tradition of classical music for its cultural advantages.
William S. Hart High School is located at 24825 North Newhall Avenue in Newhall.
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Santa Clarita Valley Young Democrats
Endorse Lou Vince for Congress
T
he only young democrats club in the
25th Congressional District have unanimously endorsed candidate Lou Vince.
“Lou Vince is the clear choice for Congress,” said Andrew Taban, president of
the Santa Clarita Valley Young Democrats.
“He is the only candidate in this race who
knows the residents and what our needs
are. Unlike his opponent, he is from our
community, knows us and our issues and
can win in November. Our community is
going to send our representative to Washington, not the other way around. I am
proud to support Lou and glad that our
club has chosen to endorse him. Lou is the
best choice for young people and I urge all
Democrats to unite behind the clear community candidate.”
A California native, the candidate lives in
Agua Dulce with his wife, Stacey and four
children, two of whom the couple fostered
and adopted. Vince is a police lieutenant,
having served in the LAPD since 1995. He
is also a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps
Reserves.
“It’s so exciting to earn the support of such
dedicated Democrats and the leaders of the
future,” Vince said. “When it comes to the
issues that matter most to young voters, I
stand with them to fight for their concerns.
Whether it’s making college affordable or
combating climate change, I want to make
sure America’s youth have the tools they
need to succeed and achieve the American
Dream. I want to thank Andrew for his
kind words and I am so glad to have his
confidence. I look forward to leading our
party as its nominee in November, because
I am the only candidate who can defeat
Steve Knight and be the representative that
the 25th District deserves.”
I
f you are looking for a reason to laugh this month, there are
still two weeks of performances left in Canyon Theatre’s latest
stage production. “Bullshot Crummond” is a parody of a lowbudget 1930s detective film. The villain is “Otto Von Brunn,” who
crashes his plane in the English countryside with evil mistress
“Lenya.” They kidnap “Professor Fenton,” who has discovered
a formula for making synthetic diamonds. The comical hero is
“Bullshot Crummond,” who is called to the rescue by the professor’s daughter, “Rosemary.” Upcoming performances include:
Saturday, February 20 and 27 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, February 21
at 2 p.m. Tickets are $17 for adults and $15 for seniors and kids
under 18.
The CTG stage is doing double duty, as “Peter Pan: The Musical” is in its final weeks also. Using J.M. Barrie’s original story,
this musical includes 13 songs to accompany the antics of “Peter,”
“Wendy Darling,” “Captain Hook” and the rest. Remaining performances are: Friday, Feb. 19 and 26 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, Feb.
20 and 27 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $19 for adults and $17 for seniors
and kids under 18.
The next two shows – opening in March – are currently in production. “Happy Days: A New Musical” brings the gang from
Arnold’s to life beginning March 25, 2016. Audiences will see
“Fonzie,” and “Pinky Tuscadero” in a show filled with singing
and dancing along with its familiar 1950s characters and storyline.
Opening night features a free wine and champagne reception at 7
p.m., and the show closes on April 30, 2016. Tickets are $19 for
adults and $17 for seniors and kids under 18.
“CSI: Wonderland” is the other show opening March 25. It is a
mystical adventure from a realm where the “Queen of Hearts”
reigns. Audiences will see “Alice,” the “Mad Hatter” and watch
“CSI Investigators” solve the mystery. The show closes Saturday,
April 30. Tickets cost $19 for adults and $17 for seniors and kids
under 18.
Canyon Theatre Guild is located at 24242 Main Street in Newhall. Call the box office for tickets: (661) 799-2702 or visit Canyontheatre.org.
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Vista Canyon Update
R
ightly so, the JSB Development website proudly trumpets its Vista Canyon development, calling it an “environmentally sensitive and sustainable plan (that) incorporates a highly walkable and transit-oriented focus.” It
goes on to mention other positive features: “(d)esirable living, working, shopping and recreation areas are located within close proximity to one another
and are connected by miles of multi-use trails.”
Perhaps surprisingly, what’s missing from the description is any mention of
the water recycling plant that will, according to JSB president Jim Backer,
create more water than what the entire community will need.
What’s more, the plant, when finished, will become the City of Santa
Clarita’s property.
“We don’t know of any being built and then turned over to the city,” Backer
said, adding there aren’t 50 such plants being built in the county.
The plant will be the first structure to go up, but bureaucratic delays in securing the necessary permits from entities including the Regional Water Quality
Control Board have delayed things by a month or two, Backer said.
“Questions need to be answered,” he said. “It’s all part of the process. It’s
standard operating procedure. We hope there is a timeframe.”
Feb 19 - Feb 25, 2016
By Lee Barnathan
been on to the next step, holding public hearings. But these delays have not
pushed the entire project off its scheduled 2017 opening.
Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar said he did not remember the details of the
project and didn’t want to comment on it, but he said, “Anything that Jim
Backer tells you, you can take to the bank. Jim Backer is a great man in our
community, and he does great work.”
Backer said the plant grew out of a desire to build a sustainable community.
The idea for it came from a woman (who he declined to name) he worked
with four years ago who was very much pro-environment.
“Her passion for that was something that was really important,” Backer said.
“We took her seriously.”
Similar plants have been built in Arizona, so Backer and his people did their
research. One difference between those plants and the Vista Canyon one:
the Arizona plants were built out of town and away from population areas,
which isn’t possible here.
However, Backer said, the Vista Canyon plant will be on a far end of the
project. According to the Land Use Plan on the JSB website, it will abut the
Santa Clara River to the south, a connector road to the north, and open space
to the east and west.
At this point, he added, he would have liked to have secured the permits and
Teaming Up Web Designer
and Copywriter
By Warren Schultz
A
nyone who wants to succeed in business today needs a website. But what
do you need? What will it look like? What features are needed? How
many pages should it be? The questions are nearly endless, and if you try to
do everything yourself, you’ll likely fail. You might start by making a common
mistake and use a free website. Don’t do this, because you’re limited in what
you can do, and you don’t own what’s on the site.
The best way to go about it is to hire professionals who know their way around
a website. You need two: a web designer and a copywriter.
First, the web designer. This person can help you navigate your way through
building the site. A web designer knows there is an order to creating, building
and maintaining a website. A web designer knows you need a domain name,
a hosting company and a platform, and he/she will know the best ways to get
these needs met for the most reasonable cost.
Next, a web designer can help you create the look you want for your site. There
are many templates out there from which to choose, but a web designer also
can take your ideas and turn them into real web pages. Got a color scheme or
certain graphic elements you want? Do you want a blog to accompany your
site? Do you want pictures or video? Where will you put the copy, the written
words? A web designer can make everything happen.
Once you have ideas, it’s time to put them into words. This is where the copywriter comes in. A good copywriter meets with you to get to know you and
your company – its message, mission statement, and the products and services
you’re offering. What do you want to say on each page? What tone do you
want to use? A copywriter creates the content.
Make sure you hire a copywriter who knows how to use Search Engine Optimization (SEO). This is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or
a web page in a search engine’s unpaid results. A copywriter uses keywords
(which are the words search engines are looking for) and seamlessly inserts
them into the copy for the search engines to find. Ideally, your site will come
up first when someone types the keywords into the search engine.
Here is where a web designer again comes into play. While the copywriter uses
keywords as part of a page’s SEO, the web designer uses computer code to tell
the search engines what your keywords are. A web designer also submits your
website to the search engines so they know your site exists – and he/she does it
every time you make a change to your site.
And you will have to make changes to your site, because one of the factors
search engines use to rank pages is how fresh the content is. You need new
graphic elements (again, the web designer can place them) and/or new words
(which the copywriter can provide).
Finally, there is one more advantage
to using a web designer. He or she can
run programs in which you see how high your pages are ranked on the search
engines. The goal is to be number one, so if you aren’t in the top 10 (meaning
you’re not on the search engine’s first page, decreasing the likelihood anyone’s
going to find you), a web designer can make suggestions. Maybe you need new
graphic elements. Maybe you need to try different keywords, at which time the
copywriter comes back into play and helps you find those keywords that will
lead you to a number one ranking.
To summarize: You need a web designer for:
• the domain name, hosting company, platform
• the overall look of your website, including any future changes or additional pages
• search engine optimization (the programming aspect)
• sending your websites to the various search engines
• running programs to see how your websites are registering on search
engines
You need a copywriter for:
• the content (words) for each page that will have content on it, including future changes
• search engine optimization (the keyword aspect)
For more information, call Warren at (818) 281-7628 or visit www.TAPSolutions.net.
Class Gives Beginners Lesson in Excel
Residents looking for an opportunity to improve their computer skills may
be interested in an upcoming class by a local tech expert. Warren Schultz
of TAP Solutions is holding a class called “What Microsoft Excel Can Do
For You” on March 5, 2016.
The beginning level one-day, three-hour course will teach students how to
create and modify basic worksheets, how to make Excel perform calculations, and offer step-by-step instruction for basic formatting and editing of
worksheets. Attendees will also learn how use of Excel can save them time
and money.
The class is offered on Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 9 a.m.-12 noon at
Barrister Executive Suites, Inc., 27240 Turnberry Lane, suite #200 in Valencia. Students should bring their laptops with Excel 2010 installed. Also,
2007/2013 is acceptable for the course. Register by calling (818) 281-7628
or visit www.TAPSolutions.net and use the payment link. Cost is $50 in
advance or $60 at the door.
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From Neverland to Land of Plenty
By Martha Michael
Court objections are over. Earth movers have rolled in. Dirt is getting
graded.
Vista Canyon has been 10 years in the making, but now the visual
changes enable passersby to follow the construction.
Anyone who thought the Vista Canyon development was just a figment of someone’s imagination has probably gained consciousness
by now. There have been months of activity at the corner of Sand
Canyon and Lost Canyon and across the riverbed up to Soledad
Canyon Road.
“In 2016 it should be fairly flat until the latter half of the year. Then
we hope by September to have some construction, things coming out
of the ground,” Backer explained. “Right now our focus has been on
land development and getting the land in a condition where you can
build something on it.”
“It’s a fairly contained site,” said Jim Backer, president of JSB
Development, the company responsible for the project. “Now there
are 40-50 pieces of equipment on the site. After next month or so the
equipment will go away. By that time we should be doing some of the
finish work. We’re going to start the water installation at the west end
on Lost Canyon, then pave that as soon as possible so it’s open to the
Colony (townhomes) residents.”
In 2017, said the developer, roads that are graded will become paved,
and he expects some occupancy to begin next year.
Recent storms have caused some locals to question the ability of
crews to continue working. “The rain has been good for us – it softens up our dirt,” Backer said. “We’re basically on schedule. Our goal
was to get the soil cement river embankment done by last year and
we finished December 31. Most of our focus has been on the west
side and we just started some grading on the east side.”
“It’ll start to look like a real community, a real neighborhood,”
Backer said. “We have some apartment units we’re working on, that
we just submitted to the city. We’re going to sell some of the apartment land, so we’re talking to some home builders. We should have a
lot of activity this year on the project.”
It is too early to predict which retailers will lay claim to the spaces
available. Backer and his associates have reached out to some possible tenants, but only preliminary gestures.
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IIn Loving Memory
Betty Arline Hanlon 1926-2016
William “Bill” Luksha 1961-2016
William “Bill” Paul Luksha passed away on
Thursday, February 11, 2016 at the age of
54 at Keck Hospital of USC in Los Angeles
following a short illness.
Born in Clinton, Mass. on July 26, 1961 to
John and Ruth Luksha, Bill was the youngest of four boys, following John, Lawrence,
and Daniel. As a loving father, Bill leaves
behind two children who meant the world to
him, his daughter, Janna, and his son, Ben.
Upon graduation from Clinton High
School, Bill joined the United States Air
Force in 1980. Eventually reaching the rank
of sergeant, Bill was honorably discharged
in 1984. After a set of odd jobs here and
there, Bill started working on his professional career in water treatment. Recognizing his
exceptional character, Woodard and Curran
hired Bill, where he loyally continued his
employment and climbed the ranks to serve
them as senior vice president.
Bill’s love for sports, especially hockey,
would not only follow him throughout his
lifetime and serve him well as a healthy,
stress-relieving hobby, but also became a
legacy that he would pass on to his daughter, Janna. Continually generating witty
jokes, Bill’s impeccable sense of humor
and sarcasm constantly kept a smile on the
faces of the people around him. Although
Bill’s steadfast independence led to a selfsufficient lifestyle, he was dearly loved by his
friends and family, who cherished his unique
personality and disposition.
Services will be held on Thursday, February
18, 2016 from 4:00-8:00 p.m. at Eternal Valley Memorial Park Mortuary, 23287 Sierra
Hwy, Newhall, CA 91321. Those who wish
to pay their respects to Bill’s family, as well
as celebrate the life of this extraordinary
individual are welcome to attend. In lieu
of flowers, donations can be made to the
Wounded Warrior Project and PKD Foundation.
Betty Arline Hanlon of
Newhall, Calif. died Feb, 5,
2016. She was born March 9,
1926 in Bordeaux Wyoming,
the daughter of Paul and
Gladys Morey. Betty passed
away at Silvergate Retirement
Community in Fallbrook,
Calif. after a long battle with
congestive heart failure.
Betty was the loving wife of
Leo F. Hanlon from 1947 until
his passing in 1986. She is
survived by a daughter, Carol
Hanlon Stucker; a son, Daniel
Hanlon; a sister, Francis
Birge; and two brothers,
Ronald and Larry Morey.
She is also survived by three
grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren.
Erika Elizabeth Faulkner 1961-2016
Erika Elizabeth Faulkner, 54, passed away on the
night of February 8, 2016 at Hi-Desert Memorial
Hospital.
On April 13, 1961 she was born to Carl and Veronika Moessner and raised by Veronika and Ken
Thomas.
Erika graduated from University of California,
Los Angeles with a master’s degree in education and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. She
worked for many years as a high school math
teacher at Bell High School and John C. Fremont
High School in Los Angeles. She was nominated
for the prestigious Jaime Escalante Award as a
math teacher.
In her early 20s, she proudly dedicated a lot of
time to convert to Catholicism, and was adamant
about raising her daughters Catholic. She was
not afraid of saying what was on her mind, and
her personality worked as a magnet to the people
around her.
astically grew
her various collections. Erika
was loved by
everyone who
had the pleasure of getting
to know her.
She is survived
by her boyfriend, John
Garner; her
daughters, Morgan Faulkner and Shaun Faulkner;
and her four-legged sidekick, Troubles. She was
predeceased by her mother, Veronika Thomas; her
father, Carl Moessner; her stepfather, Ken Thomas; and her brothers, Paul and Brad Moessner.
A memorial service will be held for Erika Faulkner
on February 19, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. at Eternal Valley Memorial Park, 23287 Sierra Hwy, Newhall,
California 91321.
Betty worked as a secretary at
Warren Air Force Base, Hobbs
School, and the Wyoming
State Capitol in Cheyenne.
After moving to California in
1966, she worked at Lockheed
until her retirement in 1982.
Betty was a loving mother,
grandmother, greatgrandmother and sister. She
will be greatly missed by her
family and friends.
A viewing was held last
Friday, Feb.12, 2016 at The
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints at 24915
Peachland St., Newhall, Calif.
91321. Betty’s final resting
place will be Eternal Valley
Memorial Park at 23287 N.
Sierra Highway, Newhall,
Calif. 91321
Child & Family
Center Bunco
Bash
P
laying bunco is a way community members
can have a good time and raise money for
a notable non-profit group this month. On
Thursday, February 25, the Auxiliary of the
Child & Family Center is hosting its Bunco
Bash fundraiser at 6 p.m. in the center’s education building.
Participants will play the dice game and enjoy
tamales, wine, snacks, and the chance to win
raffle prizes. The raffle will feature dining certificates, beauty accessories, and a size 6 customsewn “Princess Dress” by Dream Dress, for
any special occasion, including a communion,
bridal event, or trip to Disneyland. Also, each
player will receive an SCV 365 discount certificate good for 10 percent off at local restaurants.
For those who smack their lips at the thought
of attending the Child & Family Center’s Taste
of the Town in May, they have the chance to
win free tickets at the Bunco Bash.
Erika was loving and giving and she will be remembered for her contagious laugh. She enjoyed
garage sale and thrift store shopping, and enthusi-
Registry Created as Safety Tool for
Families of Special Needs Residents
T
he Santa Clarita Special Needs Registry is now
available online for locals who have a loved one
with special needs. The City of Santa Clarita, along
with the Los Angeles County Sheriff ’s Department
and CLEAR Collaborative, recently placed the free
resource online for easy access.
with special needs, contact information for the
person’s caregivers and doctors, medical, safety
and behavioral concerns, accommodations for
interacting and communicating with the person,
and information needed to find a missing person or
identify someone who is found.
The registry is a safety tool used by Santa Clarita
Sheriff ’s Deputies to recognize and respond to
local people with special needs. Residents are
encouraged to proactively provide information
about their loved ones with special needs of any
age who may require special assistance in an
emergency or an encounter with Sheriff ’s Deputies.
The Special Needs Registry provides deputies
with a photograph and description of the person
All registered persons in the database will receive
two Special Needs Registry Identification Cards in
the mail. Enrollment for a special needs person in
the registry is available at santa-clarita.com/snr.
For more information about the Santa Clarita
Special Needs Registry, contact Andja Bozic at
(818) 631-0781 or [email protected]
There are only 100 spots available. To participate, contact Cheryl Jones by calling 661255-6847 x3018 or emailing [email protected]
childfamilycenter.org. Reservations may also be
made online at www.childfamilycenter.org.
The Child & Family Center Education Building
is located at 21545 Centre Pointe Parkway in
Santa Clarita. Reservations to the event are $30
per person with all proceeds benefiting the nonprofit’s many programs.
The Child & Family Center provides mental
health, behavioral and educational support services for Santa Clarita Valley children, adults,
and families in crisis. Programs at the Center
offer skills to help its clients develop healthy,
supportive relationships that encourage them to
become responsible, caring citizens.
Call Santa Clarita Gazette & Free Classifieds at 298-5333 to place your FREE classified ad today!
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SANTA CLARITA GAZETTE & FREE CLASSIFIEDS
NATIONAL CEMENT
DENTAL HYGIENIST
National Cement Company of California, Inc.
STOREROOM SUPERVISOR
National Cement currently has a need for a Storeroom Supervisor who will be
responsible for coordinating, managing, and maintaining the operational/stock and
supplies inventory in support of plant operations. Candidate will maintain proper
inventory levels and accuracy as well as identify cost savings opportunity through
inventory reduction. They will be responsible to ensure a safe working environment
and that all safety procedures are followed and all equipment is properly functioning
and maintained.
REQUIREMENTS
A High School diploma or GED required, with 1-5 years related work experience
preferred; or any combination of training and experience which provides the necessary required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job in a large industrial
manufacturing industry. Previous experience in providing work direction,
coaching/mentor, recognition and/or discipline as necessary required. Demonstrated
ability to interact with all levels of management and staff; displaying a positive team
player demeanor. Must be computer literate with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and able
to work nights, week-ends, holidays etc. as needed for operational continuity
Family Dental pracce seeking experienced
Registered Hygienist for 2-3 days a week.
Established private dental pracce.
Call Lecia 661-259-7760
Fax Resume 661-259-8096
Interested persons should email their resume to [email protected]
or send via fax to 661-248-0175.
National Cement is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Do You have a passion for working
on fine automobiles? Have experience
as a Service Cashier? Want to work in
a brand new, state of the art facility,
right in your own backyard?
Well, Mercedes-Benz of Valencia has a rare opportunity
for an experienced Service Cashier to join our team.
This is an extraordinary opportunity to
join our growing team.
Contact us at:
661-753-5510
via email [email protected]
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19 Inch TV for $25 818-342-8493
27 Inch TV $40 818-342-8493
Leaders - Get Paid Daily New Instant Direct Pay System. Earn
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Animals
2 Horse stock trailer hauls great,
tires good, 2 escape doors,
treated floor, $925 OBO.Located
in Agua Dulce 818-524-8009
2 Horse Trailer treated floor,
hauls great, located in Agua
Dulce, $950 818-524-8009
2 person horse/pony cart leather
seats, no rips, $185 OBO located
in Agua Dulce 818-524-8009
MINIATURE HORSES: Over 15
to choose from. Beautiful and
loving, all are AMHA Registered
and healthy. Prices start at
$950.00. For more information,
call 661-298-1277
Pet Crate black iron, large near
new 24 deep 36 long 2 ft High
$65 805-501-0951
Two Neutered Cats - brothers,
go together, 7 years old, love
tummy rubs, includes prescription food for life - afternoon or
evenings 661-775-9149
CALL 298-5333 TODAY
TO PLACE YOUR AD
Medium and small dog bed
brand new small dog bed, $10
and medium for $5.
661-252-1388
New bird cage 20 by 24sq by
52in h,$100 818-554-3691
TELL THEM YOU SAW IT IN
THE FREE CLASSIFIEDS
Blue Eyes Siberian Husky Puppies For Adoption (719)
982-8517 $500
NEED DOG HELP?
AngelDogs Training
for behavior solutions!
AIRLINE
CAREERS
Get FAA approved maintenance training at campuses
coast to coast. Job placement assistance.
Financial Aid for qualifying students. Military friendly.
Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance
800-481-7894
50 Beatles
condition,
661-360-8798
records mint
$5 and up
Camera Equipment - odds and
ends, lenses, filters, tripods misc.
$1 and up 661-360-8798
Camera Equipment lenses,
flashes, filters, tripods, 80 pieces,
$1 dollar and up 661-360-8798
Disney Children’s Movies VHS
$5 a piece 661-436-2951
Disney Children’s Movies VHS
from Bambi on up $3 a piece
661-284-6498
Dual movie projector $50
818-363-5492
Improm pro 4 speed turntable
$60 818-363-5492
’Legends of the Silver Screen’
DVDs Still in wrapping - Legends
of the Silver Screen 10 DVDS,
Bio, and movies including Robert
Mitchum, Steve McQueen, MM,
etc. $50 or best offer
661-436-2951
Private Lessons
Nikon 35mm-f2-silicon blue with
nikkor 50mm lens, $250
818-363-5492
Mark Tipton
Onyko stereo receiver model no.
ht-r340, $25 818-554-3691
Affordable Boarding
and Board & Train
College Certified Trainer
Owner/Trainer
Photograph equipment cameras,
lenses, filters, tri pod, 200
pieces. $3 and up 661-360-8798
Samsung 52 LCD HD TV Samsung 52 inch LCD HD TV
Shure microphone model number sm57-lc, new in box, $60
818-363-5492
www.angeldogstraining.com
VCR for $25 818-342-8493
(661) 803-8461
Vernon 8mm film editor $40
818-363-5492
Wrestling DVD and VHS videos
$15 for all 661-400-5413
Pet Adoptions brought to you by
Valencia Veterinary Center 263-9000
23928 Summerhill Lane, Valencia 91354 www.bestvalenciavet.com
Gracie loves people.... she
rolls over on her back for belly
rubs and is a world-class
snuggler! She is quite active
so she enjoys walks and
games of fetch but her main
mission in life is to spend
quality time with her humans.
She’s a smart deaf girl who
knows her commands (sit, stay, come, no....), is schooled in
going potty outside and will blossom even more with additional
bonding and attention. Gracie is a graduate of our Intermediate
Obedience class! She has passed the Canine Good Citizen
test and is eligible for certification.
Gary and Shady are purebred
male black Labrador Retrievers. Gary is three years old,
and Shady is four. They found
themselves in a kill shelter
when their Mom passed away
very suddenly. They have
typical labbie happy temperaments, and are very bonded to
each other. Gary and Shady are trained, housebroken, and
very well behaved. They are a turnkey pair of dogs who really
need a forever home together.
To meet any of these dogs, please fill out an application for adoption:
Phones
Motorola Droid 3 Verizon Touch
screen Used very good condition
clean ESN comes with USB
charger $50818-268-2276
Other
Minolta 35mm dyxum 5000i,
af-35-105 lens also 49mm lens,
flash and case, in perfect
condition, $100 818-554-3691
Nakamichi cassette model no
1000, tri-tracer, in mint condition,
$400 818-554-3691
Nintendo pink DS Used good
condition. Only 2 small lines
dead pixels on top screen.
comes with charger, case and
games. $50818-268-2276
Pixma pro 9000 mark II new in
box, $150 818-554-3691
Marantz receiver model no.
2230, $300 818-554-3691
Train your dog to be
an angel!
Computers
DELL Core2 DesktopComputer
WIRELESS SFF DELL DUO
CORE 2.93 GHZ-1 TB HDD-3GB
DDR2-DVDRW Windows 10
OFFICE-Wireless-20IN. MONITOR webcam SPEAKERS 2.1
SURRUOND VIRUS PROTECTION REFURBISHED 140.00
818-425-7438
Feb 19 - Feb 25, 2016
Jewelr y
10 High quality light blue
turquoise necklace $20 and up.
661-360-8798
Amethyst Butterfly Pendant $50.
Sapphire and perido2 necklace
and ring, bought at Cage
Jewelers, 5$0 per item never
worn,
have
warranty
661-284-6498
Dark Jade Charms 14k hooks, 50
total, $15 ea OBO 661-360-8798
Women’s jewelry pins, necklaces,
brooches, bracelets and earrings,
$5 and up 661-360-8798
Visit for Rescued
Animals and
New Clients
Wyatt is a deaf four month old
purebred Australian Shepherd.
His mom was red merle and his
dad was a blue merle AS. He
was bred merle to merle,
resulting in congenital
deafness. He came to us
straight from his breeder for
proper placement and a lifetime
safety net, so he's not had a bumpy road or the baggage
that some pups have to endure before coming to us in
rescue. He's a perfect little guy.
http://www.deafdogrescueofamerica.org/adoption-application.html
AngelDogs Foundation Deaf Dog Ranch is the first all-breed deaf dog ranch in the country. Our dogs are cared for in a climate-controlled inddor/outdoor kennel in Acton, California, whre they receive top-quality food
training, and loving care until they find forever homes. Check out the web site for more information and more adoptable dogs: http://angeldogsfoundationdeafdogranch.org
VISIT OUR ALL NEW WEBSITE AT WWW.SANTACLARITAFREE.COM
Mens Harley boots size 12d, $100
818-554-3691
New armani mens pants size 36,
$50 818-363-5492
New Betty Boop hoody and
matching sweats pants, size
small, $35 818-363-5492
New brown boots size 6 or 15,
$15 661-252-1388
New diesel jeans size 28, $100
818-363-5492
New Harley Davidson Jeans size
2, $75 818-363-5492
Porsche sweatshirt never worn,
$25 and mopar sweatshirt, never
worn, $25 661-400-5413
Rain boots made in USA, very
good quality, size 10, $15
661-296-8646
Rain gear hooded jackets bib
pants, all in very good condition,
$10 per set 661-296-8646
Resistol xx beaver size 7,
cordova, $40 818-554-3691
Brand new australian western hat
size 7.5, $40 818-554-3691
J brand jeans size 26, $40
818-363-5492
Baseball, Hockey, and Olympic
items, $20 for all 661-400-5413
Bowls Bowl with a picture in it $30
a piece 661-436-2951
Budweiser Steins 4 Budweiser
Bald Eagle Steins with lids,NIB,
$10 ea. Ph.661-252-0242
Eagle/Hawk Plaque Hawk or Eagle plaque - on a stand, one of a
kind $20
Limited Edition Gone With the
Wind Vivian Leigh Leslie Howard
plate, gorgeous movie actress Vivian Leigh married to Lawrence
Olivier at one time $10 come and
get it 661-284-6498
Purchasing Native American
Items Single items, or entire
estates, ex baskets, pottery, rugs
661-478-8843
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ST. CLARE’S LENTEN FISH FRY
Musical
Instruments
February 12 through March 18, 2016
!!OLD GUITARS WANTED!!
Gibson, Fender, Martin, Gretsch.
1930 to 1980. Top Dollar paid.
Call Toll Free 1-866-433-8277
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1-800-401-0440
Bicycles
2009 Ultra 95 Look Bike Mens
large $2000 or best offer Excellent
Condition 818-298-2453
Boys 16-inch Trek Bike blue and
white, one year new $85
805-501-0951
Nishiki olympic 10 speed bike
$100 818-554-3691
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Guitars, Basses & Ukuleles
Drums & Hardware
Accessories & Supplies
Amps & Speakers
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Kids Items
Lightning scooter with battery, $50
818-554-3691
Pink Disney Car - push with feet,
$20 or best offer excellent for children 661-284-6498
Childcare
PREGNANT? Adoption is a loving
choice for Unplanned Pregnancy.
Call Andrea 866-236-7638 24-7
for adoption information-profile
view loving couples at
www.ANAadoptions.com. Financial Assistance Available.
Collectibles
50 year old picture bowl and picture $25 a piece 661-284-6498
8 Victorian Dolls $10 each. Call
661-645-0232
Anheuser Busch Collectors Club
Steins Anheuser Busch Collectors
Club Steins, 10 different designs
available, NIB, $15 ea.
Ph.661-252-0242
CASH PAID for unexpired, sealed
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Crutches, Med Choice 4’2in-5’6in
$20 Aluminum Adjustable height
42 to 5ft 6ins $20. Call
661-252-9147 email johnbronsen
at hotmail.com
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Mountain Bike Next Aluminum
26in $60 Next Mega Light Plush
7005 Series . All aluminum 21
speed, 26 inch frame. Tires and
brakes good. $60 Call
661-252-9147 email johnbronsen
at hotmail.com
Schwinn aerostar childs bike $100
818-554-3691
Univega 10 speed mountain country max bike $125 818-554-3691
$9.00
Beer Battered Alaskan Cod
Rice Pilaf or French Fries
Coleslaw & Rolls
Coffee, Tea or Milk
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Proceeds benefit the Santa Clarita Food Pantry, Bridge to Home, San Fernando Valley Family Counseling Center and families in need.
Exercise Equipment
700lbs Olympic weights, 350lbs
dumbbells, squat rack and weight
tree, $500 818-378-2437
Exercise Equipment 700 lbs
Olympic weights, 350 lbs
dumbbells, squat rack, and weight
tree $500 818-378-2437
Sporting
1960 s collector Golf Clubs,
Bag and Cart 7 Macgregor RDX2
Tourney irons-1,2,4,6,8, 985 custom sand iron, Bob Toski putter
100gp, 3 Macgregor DX2W
woods-1,3,4, Burton golf bag,
cart. Great cond. $50.
6 6 1 - 2 5 2 - 9 1 4 7 ,
johnbronsenhotmail.com
Antique and or classic golf clubs
wood and iron, includes pull along
golf bag, $100 for all. Call
805-223-1633
DUI TLS350 Drysuit Size S
57,130lbs Selling DUI TLS350
Drysuit Size S 57,130lbs. Only did
25 dives with this suit. Suit is in
absolute perfect condition, comes
with hose, zip seals and sewn in
booties. $950661-644-0967
Tent: Northern designs by Quest it
has windows, door, flooring, water
proof, does not have a frame
$100, 805-223-1633
Toys/Games
Pool table brand new cover and
pads, 1in slate, in good condition,
$800 OBO 818-321-6837
Mention This Ad for
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in Canyon Country
818-730-8069
Slot Car In good shape , asking
$50 Call 661-400-5413
Miscellaneous
SC 1981 Conquest Football book
first edition, $50 818-363-5492
Land
Preppers, Get out of the City!
Humboldt County Nevada, 320
acres East Of Reno, divided into 7
parcels, mostly 40s. Near shopping in Valmy. Land is level and
ideal for ranching or recreation.
Good road access to all 7 parcels.
$45,000 for all or $25,000 for half.
Owner, Broker 775-453-3724 call
after 11 a.m. No Texts
Homes & Condos
DEAN BUYS HOUSES Any
Condition, Any Location. ALL
CASH. No Equity Required.
661-618-7015
Canyon Country $1500, 844
sq ft Lower Condo, 2bd 2ba,
2 Car Garage, HOA Pool Spa
and
Playground,
6 6 1 - 2 5 5 - 7 6 0 0
www.screm.com So Cal Real
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Canyon Country $1900, 1272
sq ft House, 4bd 2ba, 2 Car
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661-255-7600
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Mobile Homes
Expires 3/1/16
Canyon Country $2850, 2536
sq ft House, 4bd, Loft, 2.5 ba,
HOA Pool, Playground and
Clubhouse 661-255-7600
www.screm.com So Cal Real
Estate Mgmt
Seeking Home To Rent New
family of 3 seeking guest house
to rent. Can pay $900 per month.
661-670-1930 ask for Mike.
Brand New New Fleetwood
Home in Cordova Estates. 4
Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Island kitchen and large
carport. Open House from 11
am to 4pm every weekend.
Serial number 36299AB DOH
PFS115125253 Majestic
Homes 661-251-9949
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Rentals
Stevenson Ranch $1750,
1035 sq ft Condo, 2bd 2 ba, 2
Car Garage, HOA Pool, Spa
and
Playground
6 6 1 - 2 5 5 - 7 6 0 0
www.screm.com So Cal Real
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Homes & Condos
2 plus 2 APT. 950sq ft, clean,
quiet canyon setting, pool,
fireplace,no pets, accepting
applications, $1,200 month plus
security call 661-298-0361
Proud Sponsors of Santa Clarita Valley Athletics
$10.00
3-PIECE DINNER
TAKE-OUT AVAILABLE!
Desserts & Additional Beverages
Available for Purchase
Fine Food & Fun, Fellowship
and Fish Stories Found Here!
DUI TLS350 Drysuit Size M
(5 11 , 170 lbs) Only did 25
dives with this suit. Suit is in absolute perfect condition, comes with
hose, zip seals and sewn in
booties. $950661-644-0967
1 Block East of Sierra Hwy, C.C. Post Office Center
Coat jacket Marc Anthony Cr
Shadow-Striped Black, size 44 Lg,
2 button, New, reg. $240 asking
$60 Valencia 818-268-2276 jose
Ladies Harley boots size 8, like
new, $50 818-363-5492
Marc Anthony Faux-Leather Motorcycle Jacket - Men New, Sz
Med. with tags reg. 180$, Lightweight insulation for active wear in
cool conditions, Zip front, 2 zippered pockets, Snap neck cuffs,
5-pocket $50 Contact Jose
818-268-2276 text-call
Men’s Belt Buckle Mens solid
bronze hawk belt buckle $40
661-436-2951
Men’s black jacket $10. Call for
more info 661-252-1388
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CAMP PLENTY
Feb 19 - Feb 25, 2016
Beautiful 3+2 Cyn Cntry
Condo-$1,575 Aprox 1,000 Sq
Ft. Spacious, Vaulted ceilings,
Walk-in Master closet. 2 car
garage, private balcony, 50 gallon water heater, complex pools,
spas and parks. Includes
refrigerator,
microwave,
dishwasher. Washer-dryer in
unit. Trash and water. Close to
grocery store, Restaurants and
movie theater. 661-252-3575
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House, 3bd, 2.5ba, HOA
Pool, Spa and Clubhouse
6 6 1 - 2 5 5 - 7 6 0 0
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Beautiful 1969 Newport home, 2 bedrooms,
2 baths, this home has a central AC and
heating system. Parking access on both
sides of the carport. Cordova Estates is
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Corner lot with patio. Elm Lane Mobile
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upgraded laminate floors throughout,
beautiful kitchen w/marble countertops,
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1999 Fleetwood 24x50
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Townhome, 4bd, 3ba, HOA
Pool, Spa and Clubhouse
6 6 1 - 2 5 5 - 7 6 0 0
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private home. New paint and
carpet, Newer appliances,
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per month- 661-755-0914.
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Behind 7-11
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18402 Soledad Cyn. Rd.
Santa Clarita CA 91351
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Feb 19 - Feb 25, 2016
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Real Estate - Recent Sales by Area
Closed Sales Acton Agua Dulce
Address
COE Date
33105 Santiago RD #44
02/03/2016
2420 Vista Del Monte
02/05/2016
5339 Shannon Valley RD
02/04/2016
Br
3
3
4
Bath
2.00
2.00
3.00
Sqft
1,932
1,885
2,318
Price
$270,000
$409,000
$520,000
Closed Sales Castaic
Address
27618 Agate WY
30410 Daisy CT
27870 Wakefield RD
32338 Green Hill DR
27680 Muir Grove WY
30325 Barcelona RD
Br
3
3
2
3
6
4
Bath
2.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
3.00
Sqft
1,536
1,512
1,028
1,257
3,355
3,152
Price
$331,500
$389,000
$407,000
$436,000
$580,000
$585,000
COE Date
02/09/2016
02/11/2016
02/10/2016
02/15/2016
02/10/2016
02/12/2016
Closed Sales Canyon Country
Address
COE Date
18758 Mandan ST #1606
02/11/2016
26866 Claudette ST #710 02/10/2016
26866 Albion WY
02/12/2016
28961 Gladiolus DR
02/12/2016
27309 English Ivy Lane LN 02/10/2016
16236 Vasquez WY
02/12/2016
Br
3
3
3
3
4
5
Bath
2.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
4.00
Sqft
1,013
1,094
1,774
1,871
3,239
4,212
Price
$227,000
$279,999
$453,365
$500,000
$652,500
$675,000
Closed Sales Stevenson Ranch
Address
COE Date
25551 Schubert CR #E
02/11/2016
25918 Wordsworth LN
02/10/2016
25945 Clifton PL
02/03/2016
26435 Kipling PL
02/04/2016
25805 Royal Oaks RD
02/03/2016
Br
3
3
4
4
4
Bath
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
Sqft
1,232
2,158
2,932
3,165
2,882
Price
$349,000
$605,000
$749,000
$755,000
$860,000
Closed Sales Newhall
Address
20932 Judah LN #13
23330 Maple ST
COE Date
02/12/2016
02/05/2016
Closed Sales Saugus
Address
27646 Susan Beth WY #J
20000 Plum Canyon RD #3
28225 Shirley LN
22533 Pamplico DR
28130 Oaklar DR
22009 Jodi PL
28828 Pepper PL
28944 Rock Canyon DR
COE Date
02/11/2016
02/12/2016
02/12/2016
02/12/2016
02/11/2016
02/12/2016
02/09/2016
02/09/2016
Closed Sales Valencia
Address
24545 Town Center DR #5
23921 Del Monte DR #32
24050 Avocado LN
27452 Riverside LN
22922 Magnolia Glen DR
29055 Sterling LN
23317 Lynham PL
26523 Oak Terrace PL
COE Date
02/11/2016
02/10/2016
02/12/2016
02/12/2016
02/12/2016
02/16/2016
02/12/2016
02/16/2016
Br
3
3
Bath
3.00
2.00
Sqft
1,395
988
Price
$295,000
$340,000
Br
2
2
3
4
5
4
4
5
Bath
2.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
Sqft
870
1,001
2,283
1,718
2,071
2,048
2,214
2,962
Price
$237,000
$280,500
$419,000
$485,000
$489,000
$550,000
$553,000
$660,000
Br
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
Bath
1.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
3.00
4.00
5.00
Sqft
845
1,030
1,420
1,761
1,624
2,617
3,582
4,171
Price
$269,000
$309,000
$410,000
$448,000
$470,000
$655,000
$755,777
$1,460,000
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- 2 bed 2 bath home
- Huge Master Suite
- Open floor plan
- Very clean Interior
- Drywall
- Large driveway with
beautiful grassy yard
- Includes applicances
- Quiet Friendly neighborhood
- 5 star park
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Gorgeous Home, 2 bedroom
plus den, 2 bath, coffered ceilings,
skylights & crown molding throughout
the home. Open floor plan, fireplace,
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Beautiful Mobile Home
with Garage for Only $129,900
Over 1800 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
Huge Home, 2 driveways,
Very Spacious Patio,Gorgeous Yard,
Large Kitchen w/ Appliances, granite
counter tops, central heat & air
Ser # CAFL95864258
Ser # S31313x/u
Ser #15710125kb/ka
SOLD!
Beautiful 2005 Home for Only $93,900
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, over 1500 sq.ft.
Very Spacious Interior, Open Floor Plan,
Gorgeous Fireplace, Large Driveway fits up to 3 Cars,
Master Bath w/ tub and Double Sink,
Pleasant, Quiet Neighborhood Ser # A150978
HUGE 2005 HOME FOR
ONLY $89,900
1593 sq ft home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths,
large driveway, upgraded carpet and paint, open
floor plan, gorgeous master bath, 9ft coffered
ceilings, beautiful island kitchen with wooden
cabinets, family friendly park
Ser # S31212X/U
Space Rent only $550
New Home Only $119,900
3 bedroom, 2 bath, cathedral ceilings,
multiple upgrades, great location,
family park
Ser# CAV2358969b
SOLD!
Ser # S6034X
Huge 4 bedroom Foreclosure
ONLY $49,900
Huge 4 bedroom home
Open floor plan, Over 1500 sq/ft, Very spacious
Family friendly park
Brand New Home for only $49,900!
New 1 bedroom 1 bath, Space Rent only $550,
Huge driveway space, Brand New stove included,
Great Location and Very quiet neighborhood
Ser # b147984
Ser # GHKES57482
Over 1560 sq/ft, 3+2, open floor plan,
upgraded kitchen cabinets and closets,
very large fenced yard, huge kitchen
with island, open floor plan
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Space Rent Only $500
Gorgeous 2003 Only $99,000
Ser # S64146x/u
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Brand new 2016 home, 3 bed 2 bath,
drywall, 9 ft ceilings, island kitchen with
granite countertops, fireplace,
great location
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Cordova Home
Only $79,900
2 bedroom, 2 bath Cathedral ceilings,
open floor plan, fireplace, large
porches front and back,
brand new tough shed and vinyl fencing.
Ser # 526ca96854
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661-250-9060
18520 Soledad Cyn Rd Ste. K • Canyon Country, CA 91351
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Prices!
661-255-7600
Homes and Condos for Lease
Canyon Country $2850
2536 sq House
4bd + Lo + 2.5 ba
HOA Pool + Playground +
Clubhouse
Canyon Country $1900
1272 sq House
4bd + 2ba, 2 Car Garage
Valencia $2200
1330 sq House
3bd + 2.5ba,
HOA Pool + Spa +
Clubhouse
Valencia $2750
1858 sq Townhome
4bd + 3ba HOA Pool +
Spa + Clubhouse
Stevenson Ranch $1750
1035 sq Condo
2bd + 2 ba, 2 Car Garage
HOA Pool + Spa +
Playground
CARPET & VINYL
INVENTORY SALE
Canyon Country $1500
844 sq Lower Condo
2bd + 2ba + 2 Car Garage
HOA Pool + Spa +
Playground
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Beautiful Home In
Stevenson Ranch Offers
1 room for rent . Excellent
location. Internet , wifi ,
Cable. , 1 mile from the
freeway. No pets, smoking or drugs. Parking
available. $545 per month
call Alexia 661-877-6422
Large Room For Rent In
Canyon Country. $800 per
month, includes utilities. Private entrance and bathroom.
Call 661-810-9643 for info.
Nice Room For Rent Very clean
and very quiet. Must work, male
preferred. No deposit, no last
month. No smoking, no drugs, no
alcohol. 661-373-8879. Ask for
Melissa.
Nice room in Canyon Country
Furnished room with direct TV,
utilities included, share bath.
Must be FULLY EMPLOYED
AND
OVER45.
No
pets-drugs-children. Smoking
outside. $600 per month,$100
security. Available Now
661-252-8399
Room for rent in Valencia
Unfurnished,
shared
bathroom,kitchen privileges.
Quiet neighborhood. No smoking
or pets. $600 a month includes
utilities. Available now.
805-835-8454 NO TEXT. LEAVE
MESSAGE
Single room with bath for rent
paid utilities depending on
usage,
laundry,
Good
neighborhood. $625 Verified income required.661 755-4829
Valencia - 3 Rooms Available
$625, $700 and $750 per
month,includes utilities and laundry facilities. No smoking,pets.
Employed or full-time student
OK. Female preferred. Call Angela for more details
661-513-8147
Home &
Garden
Appliances
Bissell helix vacuum $35
818-363-5492
Toaster Sunbeam Made in USA
1947, $25 Works. Canyon Country 661-252-9147
7.3 cu. ft. Ultra Large Capacity
SteamDryer ¢ with Sensor Dry
Brand NEW LG DRYER $400
MODEL LG DLEX3250V 7.3 cu.
ft. Ultra Large Capacity
SteamDryer with Sensor Dry.
Color is graphite steel BRAND
NEW IN BOX call or text
661-670-7070
VIZIO 46 LED HDTV Beautiful
Picture. Sounds great through
your auxiliary speakers or surround sound. $165 Call or text to
661-803-5379 Can deliver locally
once you see and buy.""
Antiques
Antique 1930s -40s old school
desk, wood grain, $100
661-904-5096
Custom Western Style Lamp
UNIQUE custom made Wood
Lamp. Pioneer Style with Wood
Mortar and Pestle plus other
frontier kitchen utensils built on
to the base. 12wx8dx39h. Walnut
color, $45. 661-803-5379
Huge Brass Candlesticks Large
Antique Brass Candlesticks.
Think Hearth or large mantle. 8
inch base and 24 inches tall. My
Grandma owned these. $125.
661-803-5379
Furniture
2 drawer file cabinet with key,
$15 818-554-3691
3 Drawer Dresser/Armoire Lt
Oak 3 Drawer Armoire Dresser in
Lt Oak. Excellent Condition.
$250.00 661 263-0897
California King/Queen Mattress
and box spring two years new,
excellent condition $100
805-501-0951
COFFEE TABLE GLASS AND
WOOD COFFEE TABLE WHITE WASH COLOR. GOOD
CONDITION. $30 661-644-7481
Coffee Table solid, medium oak
coffee table 41x41x15 tall, 4
leaded glass panels, very good
condition, $60 or best offer
661-296-8646
COUCH - RECLINERS ON
BOTH ENDS Brown Cloth Couch
- good condition - reclines on
both sides. $200 661-644-7481
Cute Natural Wood cabinet with
drop down desk top with
drawers, 40 tall x 20 wide $45
661-904-5096
END TABLES W/DRAWER twoBOTH HAVE ONE DRAWER
EACH - GOOD CONDITION $30
661-644-7481
Dining Room Table seats 6 with
table pads, hutch with drawers
and storage space, from 1940s,
excellent shape, dark wood,
$500 805-223-1633
Futon Sofa Turns into a bed,
black with a grey metal frame,
like new. Valued at $200 sacrificed for $50 dollars mattress and
frame
included
call
661-645-0232
Hooker King size bed, armoire and nightstand set Excellent condition, high end
quality, honey-washed color,
nightstand has marble top.
$800 for set. 661 775-1882 or
661 714-5253
Huge Brass CandleSticks Antique Brass Candlesticks. Very
Large, Think Hearth, large
mantle.8 inch base and 24
inches tall. Grandma owned .
$125. 661-803-5379
Metal 2 drawer file cabinet with
key, $15 818-554-3691
Oak Chest Bed fixed drawer
bottom, near new $100
805-501-0951
Portable bed brand EZ, $25
818-363-5492
Queen Bed Frame Lt Oak Queen
Pedestal bed frame w 6 deep
drawers, mirrored headboard
with attached 2 drawer nt stand
and cabinets. Also has reading
lights. Excellent Condition.
$275.00 661 263-0897
QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS
QUEEN MATTRESS, GOOD
CONDITION. $50 661-644-7481
RECLINER Nice Big Recliner good
condition.
$75
661-644-7481
Single fold together bed all
metal, less then 2 months old.
Cost $130 selling $65
805-223-1633
Solid medium oak Coffee table
41in w by 41in l by 15in t, it has
beveled leaded glass panels,
$60 661-296-8646
Standing mirror with legs, oak,
really nice, $40 661-252-1388
Housewares
Digital Microwave $30,
818-342-8493
Electric
digital
turkey/fryer/steamer and boiler
28 cord, new in box, $50
818-363-5492
Floor steam cleaner new, with
attachments. Paid $100 selling
$40 661-252-1388
Vacuum cleaner made by
Generation, model no 3, $75
818-363-5492
www.wicallscarpets.com
LIC# 301091
Wicall’s Carpets, Inc.
Vacuum Cleaner Eureka upright
$25. recently serviced, new belt
and bag, runs great $25.
661-252-9147 email johnbronsen
at hotmail.com
Large Heavy Duty Vacuum Big
reusable bag, 16 inch brush, 50
foot cord, two half horse power
motors. $350 Leave message
661-251-4610
Building
Garden & Patio
Supplies
1Gas Welding Tank Settling
150cb ft full of CO2 and argon for
$300, 805-223-1633
36x94 1/2"" Patio Sliding Screen
Doors for apartment or house.
Color White
DON’T WAIT!!
Black Iron Patio Set 54 inches
round table four chairs with arms,
rocking motion $250 beautiful
mesh iron 805-501-0951
PLACE YOUR AD TODAY,
CALL 298-5333
Tools
10in radio arm saw makes all
types of cuts, like new condition,
$275 obo 805-223-1633
Body shop frame straightening
10 ton power post with all
equipment, floor pots, rims,
ready for use, $2595
805-223-1633
Carpet/Floor Cleaning Machine
Strip and buff wet or dry, with 16
inch brush. Adjustable handle,
four gallon solution tank, 50 foot
cord. On two wheels $450 Leave
Message 661-251-4610
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Garden yard edger trimming tool
kit all attachments by
Shakespeare, new, never been
used, $50 obo 805-223-1633
Griffin Brothers Firewood
Sale $199 a cord, split-dry.
$50 FOR DELIVERY, ONLY
$175 cord if you pick up.
Free Stacking, NO Stairs, NO
Hills Call 661-264-0022 or
818-367-2022
Leaf Blower Found in Valencia.
Call and describe. 661-295-0067
Financing Available OAC
Other
$90 Laptops, $30 TV’s, $8
Smartphones $4 Jeans, $1
DVDs. Brand Name Electronics,
Apparel, Furniture, Toys, Cosmetics from over 200 leading
liquidators.
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1898 book ’Boots and Saddles’
by Elizabeth B Custer 1898,
$125 818-363-5492
2 US American Flags $50 ea
818-554-3691
AIRLINE CAREERS. Get FAA
approved maintenance at campuses coast to coast. Job placement assistance. Financial Aid
for qualifying students. Military
friendly. Call AIM 888-686-1704
ALL INCLUSIVE CRUISE package on the Norwegian Sky out of
Miami to the Bahamas. Pricing
as low as $299 pp for 3 Day or
$349 pp for 4 Day -double
occupancy- All beverages
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Favre bobblehead $25
818-363-5492
French Doors 30 x 79 doubled
glass $125 661-287-1561
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$50 for Delivery
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Garage
Sales
Garage Sale - Lots of clothes
Garage sale with tons of clothes,
kids items, house items etc.
Come by 630 am-1000 am on
Saturday February 20th only. NO
early birds. Southern Oaks area
Stevenson Ranch
Garage Sale 28031 Magic Mountain Lane, Canyon Country,
91387, Friday Feb 19 and Saturday Feb 20, 7am-1pm
CALL 298-5333 TODAY TO PLACE YOUR AD
HFC INDUSTRIES
To better serve you HFC Industries
has relocated to a new 50,000 sqft
facility in Valencia
24901 Avenue Stanford
661-257-4400
hfcindustries.com
We are committed to Customer Satisfaction
CNC & EDM Machining • Sheetmetal Fabrication • Progressive Tool & Die • Metal Stamping
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Forest Lawn Glendale
Memorial Cemetary Plot
Location Wee Kirk church
yard space 4, lot 2157.
Property value $6200 sacrifice $4200. Please call
after 11am 661-670-2815
FREE BOXES!! FREE moving
cardboard boxes, all sizes, lots of
boxes. 661-360-8798
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about how you can help our service members, veterans and their
families in their time of need, visit
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Huge Original Oil Thought
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worldly. Blacks n Grays n
Whites. Conversation Topic for
that large wall. 5.5 feet high x 8
feet Wide. $395. text4pics
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the Addiction Hope and Help
Line for a free assessment.
800-768-9180
Used Moving Boxes FREE used
Moving Boxes. All sizes and they
are written on.661-977-1687
VIAGRA 100mg, CIALIS 20mg.
50 tabs $90 includes FREE
SHIPPING. 1-888-836-0780 or
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VUDU $ 20.00 Credit VUDU
$20.00 Credit card with codes offer valid through 03-28-2016 4
card $5.00 each all 4 for $10.00
half price call Ted 661-251-4266
Wants to purchase minerals and
other oil and gas interests. Send
details to P.O. Box 13557
Denver, Co. 80201
ESTATE SALE shabby chic,
fine china SHABBY CHIC
ESTATE SALE China,
glassware, collectables, tole
painted furniture, sofa
loveseat, 2 curio-china
cabinets, doll house , much
more . ALL MUST GO. sat
2-20, sun 2-21, 8AM-5PM
Cordova Estates, 27361
Sierra Hwy spc 109
661-495-1645
Get the IRS off your back! They
do not give up until you pay. Tax
Solutions Now will get you the
best deal. Call 1-800-764-3066
HOMES-RANCHES-LAND
SELLERS-I will list your property
and get it sold for the highest
possible price. BUYERS-We will
find you a property to purchase.
Realtor since 1997 servicing all
types of properties. CALL-John
Galbraith 661-713-0255 or
818-400-8667. Kellar Davis
Realtors, 26364 Sierra Hwy.
Newhall
Ca.
91321
Bre-01227961.
Is Your Roof Ready For El
Nino? SCP Construction
And Roofing, Call NOW for a
FREE
roof-inspection.
Licened, bonded, insured, license 905512-76122 Call
Russell
or
Steve
181-429-9582 or 805-9624
Rent Me Today! For Your
House Cleaning Services 5
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Regular Price $175 limited
Time Offer. Call Sandy
661-425-2700
SCP CONSTRUCTION and
ROOFING IS YOUR ROOF
READY FOR EL NINO Call
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or 805-914-9624 Restrictions do
apply
Tile Work By Joey Marazzito
16 Years Experience in all
phases of tile work,
showers, walls, floors,
counter tops and more. License Number 784182. FREE
ESTIMATES with in 10 miles
of Canyon Country. Call
661-313-4313 Cell or
661-673-7227 office
Tres Flores General Construction
Additions-Remodeling-Shower
and Tub Replacement, reglazing
and repairs-Kitchen Counter
Tops-Waterproofing-Balconies-St
airs and Landings-Roofing.
818-389-5089. Bonded and Insured lic. 986119
Vehicles
Accessories
06 - 07 Toyota Camry oem front
bumper
cover,
$100.
805-223-1633
1 ton dually crew cab front and
rear seats, newly upholstery,
never used, $295 for all. Call
805-223-1633
1 ton dually Pick up rear end
drum to drum, $395,
805-223-1633
15in Chevy truck wheels LT tires
5 lugs, set of 4, $190,
805-223-1633
1963 Mopar Ram charger hood
scoop, new $100 805-223-1633
1967 Cadillac Shop Manual $25
818-554-3691
1984 - 98 Jeep Shop Manual for
wagoneer-cherokee-comanche,
$30 818-363-5492
2 14in Buick 5 spoke chrome
rally wheels, excellent cond, $75
ea 805-223-1633
2 16in Truck tires BF Goodrich,
size LT 265 by 75 by 16, load
range E, like new, zero miles,
$165 ea obo, 805-223-1633
2 Buick OEM chrome rally
wheels cherry condition, $75 ea
obo, 805-223-1633
2 Left Truck tires and wheels 5
on 5, lots of tread, $100 for both.
805-223-1633
2005 Mustang New Steering
Wheel 35.00 661-268-1948
351 Ford Cleveland 4V Heads
and Performer intake 4V open
chamber heads complete and
edelbrock performer intake.
425.00 or offer, ask for Joe or
leave message, 661-251-6319 or
661-644-5184.
TRES FLORES GENERAL CONSTRUCTION
• Additions • Remodeling • Shower & Tub
Replacement, Reglazing & Repairs
Kitchen Counter Tops • Waterproofing
Balconies • Stairs & Landings • Roofing
Valentines Day ESTATE
SALE Items women love,
unique gifts. China,
glassware, collectables, hand
painted furniture, ALL MUST
GO. Sat 2-6, Sun 2-7, 8AM
27361 Sierra Hwy No.109
661-252-5603
Yard Sale Friday February 19th
from 10am to 3pm, And Saturday
the 20th from 9am to 3pm. Kids
clothing, collectibles, pool table
and odds and ends. 27507
Sycamore Creek Drive in
Valencia, 91354
Professional Services
1000 FULL COLOR BUSINESS
CARDS, 2-SIDED, UV-High
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Call Dennis Marazzito
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TELL THEM YOU SAW IT IN
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AND
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Tile
Work
by Joey Marazzito
Shower walls, floors, countertops
all phases of tile work
16 years
experience
FREE ESTIMATES
within 10 miles of Canyon Country
cell 661-313-4313 or
home office 661-673-7227
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Owner
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-Concrete
-Lawn Care
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-Weekly Service
Great Services & Prices
305-7725
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Interior & Exterior,
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Call Miguel
661-755-1737
661-252-5786
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Wolf’s Towing
Car Auction Every
Tuesday at 10 am
Chevy Truck 6 lugs (hubcaps
only) for 98 and later truck, set of
4, $100 805-223-1633
100% Hand Wash
and Tire Dressing
Hand Wash
Chevy truck new right front
fender fits 81 and newer trucks,
$75. Call 805-223-1633
$13.99
$10.99
Chevy truck rally wheels 15 by 8,
4 for $200. Call 805-223-1633
Trucks, Vans & SUVs Extra.
With This Coupon.
Chevy Truck big core, 19 by 34,
$125 obo 805-223-1633
Crista Chevron
Hand Wash & Lube
Ex Accel dual point distributor
and coil $25.. Echlin dual point
distributor, $25, 805-223-1633
26483 Bouquet Cyn. Rd. 661-263-6233
Firebird 1970 and later tail lamp
assembly, left and right $200
obo. Grill left and right $125 ea.
Call 805-223-1633
Open to the Public
26855 Ruether Ave
Santa Clarita, CA 91351
Ford 15in Torino OEM factory
turbine aluminum wheels with
caps and lug nuts complete,
$300 obo 805-223-1633
FORD Bucket seats cherry
condition, $250. 805-223-1633
100% HAND WASH
26575 McBean Parkway
Valencia 661-288-2618
EXPRESS WASH
4
www.661wash.com
12
Monday-Thursday
$ 95Includes:
$
100% Hand Wash
Must present coupon. Truck, SUVs, Vans extra.
4 70-79 Camaro Nova and Chevelle slotted rims and tires, with
beauty
rings,
$150,
805-223-1633
400 turbo transmission $300.
Call 805-223-1633
4x6 trailer 15 inch tires, $200
818-524-8009
53 Chevy tail lights assemble
with housing, $100 for the pair,
805-223-1633
58 Chevy Car chrome front
bumper $100, 805-223-1633
58 GMC Headlight Switch new,
$40 661-268-1948
58 GMC P/V Original Seat Belts
$30 each, 58 GMC Original 16 in
wheels with clips $50 each
661-268-1948
64 - 67 Chevelle cowl vent panel
cherry condition, no rust $100.
Call 805-223-1633
64 - 67 El Camino tail gate with
top molding, no rust, nice
condition,
$300
obo
805-223-1633
66 Chevelle black hood, cherry
condition, no rust, $250 obo
805-223-1633
67 - 69 Camaro hood flat, cherry
condition, no rust, $150 obo
805-223-1633
67-72 Chev P/V black door panels $50 each 661-268-1948
68 - 70 Roadrunner or cornet
post car, quarter windows left
and right, $75 for set, Call
805-223-1633
68 - 72 Chevelle 10 bolt rear
axles only $50 obo. Call
805-223-1633
68 - 72 Corvette org GM factory
tach,
7000rpm,
$70,
805-223-1633
68 Barracuda Fastback rear
body, wide trim panel with the
lettering on it Barracuda $100
obo. Seat track $50. Rear
bumper with rackets $100. Call
805-223-1633
68-69 Chevel 2 door new left corner panel, $100, 805-223-1633
69 V/W Liners/Pistons 1600 cc,
used $25. 69 VW Drive Axel,
good condition, used, $20. 69
VW Header Type Muffler, used,
$15. 661-268-1948
70 - 72 El Camino/Chevelle flat
hood, $100, 805-223-1633
70 - 73 Dodge Challenger
bumpers front and rear,
re-chrome, still in wrapper,
stored for 30 years, $750 for both
obo, 805-223-1633
70 Chevelle SS instrument cluster $500, 805-223-1633
71 Chev P/V Gas Tank Sending
Unit used, $5 661-268-1948
71 Chev P/V Inside Arm Rest
black, used, $5 661-268-1948
72 Chevy new hub caps Chevy
pick up truck new hub caps $40
ea. 805-223-1633
72 Chevy pick up 15 by 8 rally
wheels, 5 lugs, $195 for a set of
4. MUST SELL 805-223-1633
73 - 74 El Camino Camaro Rally
wheels, 70-newer, exc cond
$100 set 4, 805-223-1633
73 - 77 Chevelle El Camino complete rear end, heavy duty, 11in
brakes, drum to drum, $295
805-223-1633
73 - 77 Chevelle El Camino grill
like new condition, $395
805-223-1633
DELUXE WASH
95
Includes: 100% Hand Wash
Full Service Vacuum
Rainbow & Sealer Wax,
Tire Dressing, Air Freshener
Must present coupon. Truck, SUVs, Vans extra.
73 - 77 Chevelle El Camino
cowl-dash pad instruments, a-c
and heater, wire harness, vacuum lines, ALL still assembly, in
fire wall panel, $250 obo,
805-223-1633
73 - 77 Chevelle El Camino door
panels, white in color, 2 pieces
ea door, electric for windows and
locks, $150 for both door panels
805-223-1633
73 - 77 El Camino / Chevelle
hood $200, 805-223-1633
73 - 77 El Camino and or Chevelle parts, $50 - $250.
805-223-1633
73 - 77 El Camino Chevelle front
clip complete. Must sell $450
obo, Call 805-223-1633
73 - 77 El Camino Chevelle front
clip complete. Must sell $450
obo, Call 805-223-1633
73 - 77 El Camino door glass
$75. 805-223-1633
73 - 77 El Camino left front
fender, complete, $200,
805-223-1633
73 - 87 Chevy truck instrument
cluster, $50, 805-223-1633
73 Chevelle El Camino grill flawless condition, like new, $500
obo 805-223-1633
73 El Camino grill excellent
cherry cond, $500 obo
805-223-1633
77 - 79 Ford GT Torino and LTD
II body parts, and complete interior parts, $100 - $400,
805-223-1633
77 - 79 Ford ranchero torino
doors complete with door panels,
$100
ea
OBO.
Call
805-223-1633
77 El Camino project for your
completion, no engine and
transmission, $750 or you can
purchase an engine for total of
$1500 obo. Call 805-223-1633
78 - 87 El Camino body parts
$75 - $100, 805-223-1633
78 - 87 El Camino body parts
and fender, $80 ea. Call
805-223-1633
78 - 87 El Camino body parts: 81
El Camino fender no moldings
$75. 81 El Camino fender with
molding $75. 82-87 El Camino
with marker lamp and inner
fender panel $75, 805-223-1633
78 - 87 El Camino front bumper
assembly $100 obo. Core support $100 obo. Call
805-223-1633
78 - 87 El Camino parts Body
and engine parts, prices from
$100 - $250, 805-223-1633
80 El Camino grill $100,
805-223-1633
80 El Camino grill cherry
condition, $80, 805-223-1633
80’s Chevy V8 small block exhaust manifold with smog tubes
and 02 sensor, $150 for the set.
Call 805-223-1633
81 - 87 Chevy truck new right
front fender, $75 obo
805-223-1633
82 - 84 Camaro z28 GM factory
fiberglass hood, $200 obo.
805-223-1633
82 - 87 El Camino 4 head lamp
header panel $100. Call
805-223-1633
82 - 87 Newer Chevy Pick Up
new right front fender $65, Call
805-223-1633
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Retiring 30 years worth of
Mechanical and Body
p a r t s . . F o r d ,
Chevy,Foreign cars,and
etc..New and Used,bring
cash and your truck in
Ventura County. Please
call 805-223-1633
Auto paint acrylic enamel, new
paint, 5 quarts Centari Porsche
red code 027 $250.
805-223-1633
Auto Paint PPG acrylic and
enamel, porsche red, 1 gallon
and 1 quart, $300 obo
805-223-1633
Body Shop -Hercules- 2 paint
gun washer $295, 805-223-1633
Brand new 73-87 Chevy truck
Hubcaps still wrapped,$50 obo
805-223-1633
Bucket seats $250 obo
805-223-1633
Bucket seats like new, $250 ea
805-223-1633
Chevrolet s10 hood no rust,
cherry
condition,
$75
805-223-1633
Chevy 350 flywheel $65, also
flex plate $25. Call 805-223-1633
Chevy aluminum truck radiator
heavy duty $100... Fan shroud
fixes the radiator $50
805-223-1633
Chevy drive shaft with front and
rear u joint, $65 each, also 4
wheel drive front drive shaft complete $100, 805-223-1633
Chevy Pick-Up 88-2000 new
right door, $100, 805-223-1633
Trucks, Vans & SUVs Extra.
With This Coupon.
Ecklers Corvette power antenet
CB and AMFM antenet, brand
new, $100. Call 805-223-1633
Firebird trans am cowl inducted
steel hood with air cleaner, fits
82-92 body style, $650 obo
805-223-1633
82 - 92 Camaro firebird glass
T-tops, $150 for set,
805-223-1633
82 - 92 Camaro firebird t-top
$150 805-223-1633
82 - 92 Camaro right front fender
paint strip, no rust, $100 obo
805-223-1633
82 Camaro Z28 GM factory fiber
glass hood, $75 OBO. Call
805-223-1633
84 Firebird trans am cowl inductive hood, complete with air
cleaner, $650 805-223-1633
85 - 96 Corvette Hood $395 obo,
805-223-1633
86 - 87 El Camino rally wheels
center hubcaps only, set of
4,$100 obo 805-223-1633
87 - 97 Ford Truck tail gate molding large aluminum panel, new
condition, $300 805-223-1633
87 Chevy dually crew cab less
engine, clean pink slip, $895
obo, 805-223-1633
87 Chevy dually pick-up bed
$300, 805-223-1633
87 Dually bed $250 without vendors or with vendors $500. Call
805-223-1633
88 Irock 15in wheels and caps
set of 4, $395. Call
805-223-1633
89 - 95 Toyota pick up truck 2
wd, left front fender, new, $50
obo 805-223-1633
89-94 OEM Toyota Truck Hood
cherry condition, $125 obo
805-223-1633
90 - 92 Ford truck grill $50.
805-223-1633
93 - 97 Ford Ranger pick up new
fender, right front, $40
805-223-1633
93 and up Jeep Cherokee new,
right front fender, $50 obo
805-223-1633
94 Dodge truck (and later years)
chrome center hubcap $35,
805-223-1633
9ft Cab over camper self
contained, gas and electric refrigerator and stove, nice needs a little work, $1450 805-223-1633
Aluminum Gm small block Chevy
intake
manifold
$70
805-223-1633
Aluminum wheels size 15 by 8,
with caps, 5 lugs, 4 3-4 bolt
pattern, set of 4, $200 obo for the
set, 805-223-1633
Feb 19 - Feb 25, 2016
Ford Pick up dually fenders left
and right, $220 each,
805-223-1633
Ford Ranger Crome Rear
Bumper with top rubber pads and
mounting brackets, complete
$125 805-223-1633
Ford truck gas tank. Tank goes
behind seat, $75 805-223-1633
Ford truck tail gate molding
$300, 805-223-1633
Front rear doors from dually
Chevy, $100 ea obo. Call
805-223-1633
Front sheet metal clip complete,
$450. 805-223-1633
Gas Welding Botter kart $75,
805-223-1633
GM 60s-70s air condition compressor $40, 805-223-1633
GM Camaro firebird t-top with
storage bag, $150 for the set.
Call 805-223-1633
GM engine air cleaner 4 barrel
carburetor, excellent condition,
complete $50, 805-223-1633
GM mast air flow sensor $175
obo. Call 805-223-1633nbsp
GM rally wheels from a Corvette
size 15 by 8, beautiful chrome,
set of 4, $400. Call
805-223-1633
Headlamp rims for frenching
headlamps, New $150 obo for
the pair, 805-223-1633
Heaters - for Commercial
buildings,
Auto
shop,
Warehouses, and etc.. Gas
heater, unit 110 volts, 180,000
BTU, $195 obo, 805-223-1633
Heavy duty trailer dolly for moving your trailer around, hitch ball
and inflatable tires, $40
805-223-1633
Mechanic large cabinet parts
washers professional model
$250 obo, 805-223-1633
Mitsubishi and Dodge D50 left
front fender, new, $40 obo
805-223-1633
Mitsubishi Eclipse-Eagle Talon
manual $25, 818-363-5492
Must Sell! 454 Chevy BBC radiator 4 row BBCA $100, with fan
shroud $50. Oil cooler with GM
adapter-oil cooler radiator $50,
805-223-1633
Professional Mechanic Shop
Parts Washer with electric pump,
size 30 by 45ins, ready for use,
$200 805-223-1633
Professional parts washer brand
name Agitator, $200. Call
805-223-1633
Ranchero Torino complete doors
$100 each. Call 805-223-1633
Real Commercial Shop Parts
washer top opening 36 x 36 x 24,
pump flexible steel hose, brand
name Ajitor, $250 obo,
805-223-1633
Restoration Specialists in Installation of floor pans and other
rusted panels. Call 805-223-1633
Set of buckets seats grey leather
with arm rest and head rest, nice
condition, $250 for the set.
805-223-1633
Small block Chevy exhaust manifold 1960s - 1990s $60 a set.
Call 805-223-1633
Snow chains cable type, 13in
wheels, like new, never used,
$10 661-296-8646
Spare Tire for Smart Car Front,
never used, gives great peace of
mind. Originally $250, now $125.
Comes with cover, fits in back
area. 818-319-6753
Spray gun washer Herkules 2
paint gun cleaning cabinet, $295
obo, 805-223-1633
Tilt steering column GM
Chevelle-Camaro $150 obo. Call
805-223-1633
Toyota MR2 black dash, cherry
condition,
$100
obo
805-223-1633
V/W 6 Volt original radio, make
offer. 661-268-1948
97 Ford F250 Crew cab, 4K original miles, has body damage,
$3295. Call 805-223-1633
Cars
1965 Dodge Dart hit on right
rear, sitting for 8 years, $400
obo, 3 sp manual, slant 6 4 dr
sedan 661-433-9884
1977 El Camino 350 ac, power
steering and brakes, auto
transmission, power windows,
runs and drive, needs work,
$1295 obo 805-223-1633
1985 Corvette - Runs, needs
work. Trans, tires excellent new
top end $1,750 or best offer
661-607-6417
2000 Ford Focus ZTS 4 door, 2.0
4 cylinder engine with auto trans,
new brakes, battery, radiator. Excellent tires, trans, 138,000 miles
$2,200 or best offer
661-607-6417
2003 Ford Crown Victoria 2003
Ford Crown Victoria, P71, runs
great, 167,000 miles- heavy duty
engine, new tires $4200
818-378-2437
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Trucks/SUV
1 ton dually Pick up rear end,
drum to drum, $395,
805-223-1633
15in Chevy truck wheels LT tires
5 lugs, set of 4, $190,
805-223-1633
1990 Mitsubishi Pick Up Truck
51,000 org miles, ready for paint,
$2500 805-223-1633
1993 Chevy Suburban 1500 4 by
4, needs transmission work, hold
up to 7 passengers, very good
car, runs well, $1000 OBO
818-321-6837
1994 Ford Truck extra cab,5000
org miles,f250 pick-up,heavy
duty,clean
pink,51
engine,automatic, over drive,
power steering and brakes, ac,
comes with parts to fix it,$2595
805-223-1633
73 - 77 Chevelle El Camino
cowl-dash pad instruments, a-c
and heater, wire harness, vacuum lines, ALL still assembly, in
fire wall panel, $250 obo,
805-223-1633
73 - 87 Chevy truck instrument
cluster, $50, 805-223-1633
77 - 79 Ford GT Torino and LTD
II body parts, and complete interior parts, $100 - $400,
805-223-1633
87 Chevy dually crew cab less
engine, clean pink slip, $895
obo, 805-223-1633
Chevy Pick-Up 88-2000 new
right door, $100, 805-223-1633
Original instrument cluster of 72
Ford truck, like new condition,
speedometer 6000 org miles,
$95 obo, 805-223-1633
Small block Chevy exhaust manifold 1960s - 1990s $50 a set.
Call 805-223-1633
Motorcycles
2005 Yamaha YZ250 Dirt Bike
Runs great. New chain,
sprockets, tire, and close circuit
boards exhaust $2,200 or best
offer 661-607-6417
2007 Honda shadow 1100
with side car and trailer, very
nice bike, 46,000 miles,
$5,500 OBO 818-321-6837
2009 Harley Davidson Ultra
Classic 2009 Harley Davidson
Ultra Classic, 18k mi, Red,
$14700, Ph.661-252-0242
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1969-72, H2-750 1972-1975,
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Motorhomes
Camping
2014 attitude fifth wheel toy
hauler 36g2s $65,000 Obo 2014
attitude 36g2s4 Toy hauler garage model, wide body fifth
wheel FULLY LOADED, hitch
included,still has 2 year warranty
,must see in person.call or txt
Alex
Wanted
Economy Car Wanted at affordable price for senior. Must run ok
to pass smog. Older four door
best. Will pay cash. Thank you
661-309-2818
Place Your ad at
www.santaclaritafree.com
Needed Room 4 me and My Cat
in March, Can pay $600 a
month,Utilities must be included
661-313-4609,Im retired but
gone about 3days a week
Stamp Collection Looking for
help to appraise and sell my
stamp collection 50 50 split. Contact me at rdkowal gmail.com or
661-341-2441
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