Just briefly: Could we ask for an honest answer, right here in the paper version of The Signal, from our City Council members disclosing any monetary and non-monetary compensation or gifts they have received from those entities who stand to benefit from the passage of Measure S.
To make the San Gabriel Mountains a national monument is the only way to preserve its beauty and prevent the brutality bestowed on it by its visitors.
I'm all for removing billboards to beautify our city. All billboards.
I have lived in the city of Santa Clarita since 2006 and have worked in this community for more than 18 years.
Single use plastic bags. What, exactly, are they?
Over the last few weeks there have been several articles, columns and letters to the editor in The Signal regarding the actions by the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District and the Regional Water Quality Control Board to address the purported "problem" caused by "excess chloride" in the Santa Clara River downstream from Santa Clarita.
First-responders are very close to my heart. I believe that in this upcoming election we should do more to make their jobs more efficient and safe.
I'm voting against Measure S.
Anyone who is torn between voting yes or no for Measure S should drive out to Azusa and Irwindale off the 210 Freeway.
I feel I am addressing an issue that involves many; however, they are too embarrassed to comment.
It has become increasingly apparent that many citizens are confused about association between the city of Santa Clarita and the Yes S Committee.
Folks, be aware that Measure S is a backroom deal between the city politicians and the billboard consultants, not the resident voters in Santa Clarita. The proposed digital freeway signs are very large, two-sided, bright and more appropriate for Las Veg as.
I find The Signal's editorial in support of Measure S (Oct. 19, "Vote 'yes' on Measure S") to be both bizarre and somewhat unintelligible.
I strongly encourage all Santa Clarita residents to vote yes on Measure S.
I'm a recent transplant into the Santa Clarita Valley from northeast Pennsylvania.
Editor's note: A majority of the mobile homes are not owner occupied, but rather owned by the landowner and rented to the occupants.
I asked a churchgoing friend of mine how far he went in college, and he told me that he only went to college until his basketball scholarship ran out; he left college before attaining what would have been a four-year degree in biology.
Wednesday was the fifth anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on Citizens United, one of the high court's worst decisions in our nation's history.
In his Tuesday column in The Signal titled "Let the games begin," soothsayer Kevin Buck forecast exactly how the 114th Congress is going to proceed.
America the welfare state," published in the Jan. 18 issue of The Signal, Joseph Cotto writes a mean column, full of "facts" that may or may not be true.
What happens in our country's abortion clinics is a national nightmare.
Last month I wrote a letter to the editor calling attention to Sheriff Jim McDonnell's embracing a civilian review board voted in by the Board of Supervisors.
I started my college career at College of the Canyons way back in the early 1980s, and, at that time, tuition was free.
In response to the Daryl Cagle commentary "France cartoonists and murder" published in Friday's Signal, I am grieving for my freedom of expression.
I want to acknowledge The Signal for publishing the politically incorrect cartoon created by Charlie Fitzsimmons on Thursday.
I see that Gov. Jerry Brown and friends have celebrated the start of the bullet train, but I suggest we stop it right in its unlaid tracks.
After reading through the failure of numerous branches of government to clean out a ditch full of silt, I ask whether any person in this area can agree that government has grown too big to serve its citizens. They have failed us all.
On January 19 our nation celebrates the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. I shall celebrate that holiday - my favorite holiday - with my ex-wife by going to worship services with Dr. King being the central idea.
Last July, I attended a meeting at City Hall -- 3:00 on a 100-plus day. When I came out, my car was wet from the sprinklers. It was the height of summer, the height of a historic drought and the city was urging everyone to conserve water.
What are the council members missing? Common sense perhaps? Medians do not HAVE to be planted.