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Week in review

Posted: October 1, 2010 6:10 p.m.
Updated: October 2, 2010 4:55 a.m.
 

Did you miss these local stories?

Tuesday, Sept. 28 “Barre hopping” A serious accident that severed a main artery and landed Michele Mosler on life support, led to a real affinity for health and fitness. Mosler  owns the Newhall location of Cardio Barre, a low impact cardio and dance workout suitable for anyone of any age or condition. (661) 373-4584.

“Plum Canyon Developers sells remaining lots” Developer SunCal sold the remaining 224 residential lots in Plum Canyon to KB Homes. The lots have sat empty since 2006. KB Homes plans to build homes 45 percent more energy efficiently that homes built 10 years ago.

“Cawley promoted” Kevin Cawley, 28, was promoted to operation manager at Stay Green Inc., supervising two of the four Santa Clarita service areas in Stay Green’s professional landscape service areas. Stay Green, Inc. (800) 858-05508.

Wednesday, Sept. 29 “Small-business boost” The Small Business Development Center provides business loan packaging services; and training and technical assistance to small businesses that typically only larger companies can afford to have in-house.  Located on the COC campus, the SBDC can be reached by e-mail at sbdc@canyons.edu or by calling (661) 362-5900.

Thursday, Sept. 30 “Boo! The billion-dollar Halloween industry” The Halloween season ranks second only to the Christmas holiday in gross sales. A multi-billion-dollar industry, it has spurred a host of trade associations and conventions, represents seasonal employment for thousands of workers, and scores big in the candy, costumes and movie sales market. A directory of specialty retailers was published, which included the local retailer A Chorus Line. A Chorus Line is located at 23300 Cinema Drive in Valencia. 

Friday, Oct. 8 “SCV Expo” Opens next Friday with Taste of Expo and opens to the public free of charge Saturday and Sunday Oct. 9 and Oct. 10.

Saturday, Oct. 2 “Quick fix, fast finish” Frank Cervetto, owner of Continental Motorcars, is a race driver by choice, and a master automotive technician who repairs passenger vehicles by profession. He repairs vehicles by personally analyzing the root cause of a problem. Continental Motorcars is located at 28545 San Fernando Road and can be reached at (661) 255-5381.

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