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Posted: September 3, 2011 1:55 a.m.
Updated: September 3, 2011 1:55 a.m.
 

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“A range of film opportunity”Delete - Merge Up

August 28, 2011
Movie studio lots play large roles in helping to make believers out of most film goers — and the Veluzat Motion Picture Studio and Melody Ranch location sites in Santa Clarita are no exception. The historic movie ranches are owned and operated by Renaud and Daniel Veluzat and have served as the setting for scores of well-known movies and television series for decades.

“Students prep for workforce”
August 30, 2011
Local business owners and CEOs are again gearing up to prepare junior high students to enter the workforce through the Valley Industry Association’s annual Connecting2Success program running Oct. 24 and Nov. 7 and 17.

“Fleming to serve as board co-chair for SCVEDC”
August 31, 2011
Don Fleming was appointed Co-Chairman of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation. Fleming had been serving as vice-chair and now joins Bill Kennedy, who has served as chairman, in leading the SCVEDC’s efforts to strengthen the Valley’s economy.

 

“Organizations ally to highlight companies”
August 31, 2011
Leaders within the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce, Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corp. and the Valley Industry Association have joined forces in support of showcasing local business and explore issues facing local companies.

“Firm offers ‘cloud’ of cover”
September 2, 2011
Cloud49 recently opened a regional office in Valencia offering the newest generation of cost-effective business tools capable of supporting computer-network infrastructure, data backup and disaster recovery.

“Lancaster redevelopment attracts businesses”
August 27, 2011
The city of Lancaster has been diligently working to build a stronger, more vibrant business. Dubbed The BLVD, in 2010 the city of Lancaster launched a program to spruce up Lancaster Boulevard and revitalize the downtown business district attracting new businesses.

“Fewer applications for building permits in July”
August 27, 2011
Residential building activity in Los Angeles and Ventura counties dropped sharply in July, said a spokesperson for the Building Industry Association. Some of last month’s decline is blamed on state building requirements in new construction are costly.

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