VAN NUYS.Groundbreaking set at high school
Civic leaders will join with city and school district officials today to break ground on Valley Region High School No. 9.
The ceremony will take place at 1:30 p.m. at Robert Fulton College Fulton College may refer to:
School that prepares students for entrance to a higher school. In Europe, where secondary education has been selective, preparatory schools have been those that catered to pupils wishing to enter , 15020 W. Saticoy St.
The project is part of LAUSD's $12.5 billion school construction program, which is designed to end involuntary busing and year-round calendars.
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Honor band to play Saturday: The William S. Hart Union High School District will hold its annual honor band concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, Hart Auditorium, 24825 Newhall Ave.
Roughly 85 students make up each band - one each from the local junior high and high schools. Students are selected by audition.
Tickets are $10 and are available at the door.
Walk-in clinic walk-in clinic Ambulatory clinic, see there scheduled on housing: Residents having problems with housing-related issues can attend a free walk-in clinic, 1-4 p.m. March 19 at the city's development services building, 38250 Sierra Highway Sierra Highway is a road in Southern California, United States. It runs from Tunnel Station near the north limit of the City of Los Angeles, where it intersects with San Fernando Road and Foothill Boulevard, as well as Interstate 5, and continues north to Mojave, mostly paralleling .
Residents can get information about fair housing, rent increases, repairs and more.
For more information, contact the Housing Rights Center at 800-477-5977 or www.hrc-la.org; or call the city's housing division at 661-267-5126.
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City makes case on sewage sludge: A federal appeals court panel is considering whether Los Angeles can truck sewage sludge to Kern County for disposal on farm fields.
Attorneys argued Monday at a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals hearing in Los Angeles over whether a voter-approved ban in Kern County blocks interstate commerce interstate commerce
In the U.S., any commercial transaction or traffic that crosses state boundaries or that involves more than one state. Government regulation of interstate commerce is founded on the commerce clause of the Constitution (Article I, section 8), which and whether it harms the state's legally mandated recycling efforts.
Southern California attorneys had successfully sued to overturn the ban on the spreading of treated human waste on farm fields, but Kern County appealed.
Los Angeles pays haulers to truck treated sewage waste to use as fertilizer on a 4,200-acre farm it owns. Kern residents worry about groundwater pollution and harm to the farming community's economy.
Supervisors weigh moving meetings: Los Angeles County supervisors took a step Tuesday toward holding their meetings in one of the county's five districts each quarter, rather than downtown.
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas asked county CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. William Fujioka to look for ways around legal restrictions that require that supervisorial meetings be held downtown - the county seat.
Under a proposal by Fujioka, meetings could be held in county buildings in Van Nuys and San Pedro.
Holding meetings away from the Hall of Administration would cost about $13,100 more per week, with an added one-time cost of $10,000 for two magnetometers for detecting guns.
- Staff and Wire Services