SCVNews.com | Today in SCV History (July 14)

1769 -The Portra Party departs from San Diego. The first European to “discover” the Santa Clarita Valley three and a half weeks later [story]

Gaspar de Portora

The LA County Supervisory Board has postponed the vote in a motion on Tuesday, both of which will build permanent juvenile detention facilities at Camp Joseph Scott or Camp Kenion Scudder in Saugus.

Scott delays voting for Camp Scudder

The Los Angeles County Public Health Service confirmed 12 new deaths and 1,103 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, with a total of 28,613 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Tuesday COVID-19 Summary: Cases in LA County show a 500% increase in one month. SCV case total 28,613

The Boys & Girls Club in Santa Clarita Valley announced on Tuesday that it will receive a $ 15,000 grant from Bank of America to further its mission to help all young people reach their full potential.

Bank of America Awards Boys & Girls Club SCV $ 15K Grant

Dietary supplement manufacturer and product development innovator Lief Labs has signed a 111,260 sq ft industrial lease in Valencia and announced CBRE, a Dallas-based commercial real estate company.

Lief Labs signs long-term lease of 111,260 sq ft Valencia Building

In a new episode of Soundcheck, a live performance at the Rancho Camros Museum will showcase the beautiful melodies and lyricism of Audrey Scouts and the groovy rock sound of Tudaloo.

July 15: Soundcheck featuring local musician Audrey Scout and Tudalus at Rancho Camros Museum

The Santa Clarita City Film Office reports that it shot nine works in the Santa Clarita Valley during the week of Monday, July 13th to Sunday, July 18th, 2021.

Shooting at this week's SCV:

The Santa Clarita Artist Association will host a virtual demo with Pamela Robertson via Zoom from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm on Monday, September 20th.

September 20: Artist Pamela Roberto demonstrates acrylic abstract painting

The Zonta Club in Santa Clarita Valley awarded an annual community grant at a business meeting in June.

Zonta Club SCV Awards Community Grants to Local Nonprofit Organizations

Santa Clarita officials sent a letter to the Los Angeles County Supervisory Board on building a permanent juvenile detention facility at Camp Joseph Scott or Camp Kenion Scudder, both in Saugus, prior to the vote on Tuesday. Evaluate before continuing.

Santa Clarita officials seek comprehensive assessment before moving violent juvenile delinquents

The Los Angeles County Supervisory Board unanimously approved a motion to support SB 219 (McGuire), created by Director Catherine Berger and co-authored by Director Hilda Solis. This allows local auditors or tax collectors to revoke fines and expenses resulting from property taxes. Overdue due to documented difficulties resulting from COVID-19’s “Safer-at-Home” order.

Superior Approves Burger Motion to Support Property Tax Penalties to Abandon Bill

The California Department of Motor Vehicles will soon offer members of the Southern California Automobile Club the opportunity to obtain a REAL ID at some offices on a reservation basis for a limited time.

DMV, AAA partners offer REAL ID at some auto club locations

1884 -Hardison & Stewart has begun drilling the No. 1 star oil well in Pico Canyon. Later established Union Oil. [story]

Lyman Stewart

The agenda for the Santa Clarita City Council Tuesday meeting was announced by the authorities.

July 13: Santa Clarita City Council Regular Meeting

The appeal of the Sand Canyon Resort Project, proposed by Steve Kim, owner of the Sand Canyon Country Club, will go in front of the Santa Clarita City Council on Tuesday.

Sand Canyon Resort appeals to go in front of city council

The Los Angeles County Public Health Service has closed the beach due to sewage drainage from the Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant, which affects multiple swimming areas, including Dockweiler State Beach and El Segundo Beach.

Beach fans asked to avoid seawater around Dockweiler State Beach in El Segundo Beach

On Monday, Los Angeles County public health officials confirmed one new death and 1,059 new cases of COVID-19 across the county, for a total of 28,578 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley. In addition, Public Health reported that it is currently investigating 55 ongoing outbreaks. This is a 25% increase from the 44 ongoing outbreak surveys reported a month ago.

COVID-19 Summary on Monday: The county is seeing an increase in COVID-19 outbreaks.28,578 SCV cases in total

The ARTree Community Arts Center announced on Tuesday 13th July that it will be hosting the first face-to-face “Nest: Healing Art Studio” program for teens and adults in the community who want to express their feelings through art.

July 13: ARTree Holds First Face-to-face

The Fontana man was alive and treated for an injury on Monday morning after his family reported that he was missing on Lake Castik on Sunday afternoon.

Discovered a Fontana man alive after being reported missing on Castaic Lake

California State University, Northridge is part of eight new initiatives to improve student performance and create more equitable opportunities for students by offering Apple iPad Air tablets to students. It is one of the CSU campuses.

CSUN joins the CSUCCESS initiative to bring iPad Air to first-time and freshmen

The Los Angeles County Health Department has extended heat alerts due to high temperatures predicted in both Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys.

County extends SCV thermal alerts until Tuesday

The casting of the movie Babylon, which will be filmed near Santa Clarita Valley later this month, is looking for locals to play extras.

Additional extras needed for

1900 -Pacific Telephone & Telegraph establishes Newhall Exchange. SCV gets the first phone [story]

Old phone

2007 -Moore’s sub-sandwich shop, abandoned two years ago, was demolished as an abandoned building.Currently partially new hole roundabout [story]

Moore subshop

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