To The Editor: I'm voting for Laurie Ender for City Council because of her commitment to the future of the city of Santa Clarita and to improving our quality of life here.
To The Editor: Maria Gutzeit is my choice. She has demonstrated she can get things done. She made roads safer by working with the county to widen them.
To The Editor: I am excited that our valley has such a great choice for a new City Council member as we have in Maria Gutzeit.
To The Editor: I am writing to announce my support for Maria Gutzeit and Diane Trautman for City Council.
To The Editor: I would like to voice my strong support of Diane Trautman for the position of City Council member. I have worked with Diane on the Arts Advisory Committee. I have seen a determined, creative problem-solver who intelligently guides issues toward a positive outcome.
To The Editor: I am supporting Maria Gutzeit in the race for City Council as I believe she truly understands the issues and concerns of the residents of this city and has an impeccable track record for getting the job done.
To The Editor: We, the friends of Diane Trautman listed below, support Diane for City Council because she knows what needs to be done to address our top priorities - including traffic congestion and public safety.
To The Editor: I would like to encourage Santa Clarita citizens to cast their votes for Diane Trautman for City Council.|
To The Editor: We are writing to express our most profound appreciation to our Mayor, Mr. Bob Kellar.
To The Editor: Beyond the fray of "hit" mailers and the illegally funded endorsements backed by big-developer money, there is a candidate who has quietly pressed on with the important issues that matter to all of us. That candidate is Diane Trautman.
To the Editor: Maria Gutzeit is one of the candidates running for City Council. This is an opportunity for the city to really help itself. I've watched her public career for the past five or so years and have to share what I've seen. Remember when the Newhall County Water District board meetings were reported by The Signal as notorious affairs with very little being accomplished? Maria was elected to the board and things changed. ...
I wholeheartedly endorse Diane for City Council. I have never met anyone who does the homework necessary to make important decisions like Diane. She reads background material and actually listens to perspectives of those who will be impacted by her decisions. Only then does she take a position, and actually follows through with actions necessary to support her decision. Currently a planning commissioner, she demonstrated her knowledge about the problems confronting this community during the ...
There are two openings on the City Council. It is time to fill Bob Kellar's opening with a qualified candidate such as Diane Trautman.
To The Editor: I met City Council candidate Laurie Ender 25 years ago at Pepperdine University. We were both freshmen, and Laurie was hanging up political posters for her run for student council. I'm pretty sure the first thing she said to me was, "May I count on your vote?" She did get my vote, and has been a close friend ever since. It is absolutely no surprise to me, or any of her college ...
To The Editor: I am writing today on behalf of Diane Trautman, a highly qualified candidate who will make a great addition to the Santa Clarita City Council. I met Diane back in 1998 at James Foster Elementary School. She was heavily involved with PTA and the school, and her commitment and dedication to Foster helped make the school a great place for our kids and a great place for parents to become involved. Over ...
We have just had another mass shooting and gun control advocates are all over it but maybe it would never have happened if someone in the Navy had done their job.
Be not influenced by our horrific experiences in Iraq, for they were the result of a lie. A lie to Congress, its citizens and our allies.
I just saw an ad for a new television comedy this fall. Since it is to be about the "family," I focused in.
In the past few weeks The Signal has printed two front-page articles that, when considered together, reveal some interesting things about our City Council.
Those on the left, center, and right all think they know best - in fact, that may be the only thing they do agree upon.
Lots of people are familiar with the reality TV show "Say Yes to the Dress," in which a bride to be allows an entourage to help pick out her wedding dress.
Regarding "Council votes down bag ban," Sept. 12, The Signal article contains the statement "Some council members spoke in favor of banning plastic bags but bristled at the implication that customers would be required to pay five or 10 cents a bag for the paper counterparts."
There can be only one memorialized statue at the entrance to Newhall: William S. Hart, the cowboy, actor, rancher and humanitarian who made the community and contributed his legacy for all to enjoy forever.
Health care definitely needs reform, but Obamacare, the so-called Affordable Care Act, is a travesty - as evidenced by the AFL-CIO now asking to be exempted.
Gary Horton's (no relation) column about war is very revealing in that it delves into the short-sightedness of liberal thinking.
I cannot believe that some people actually think that same-sex marriages ought not to exist. That is just plain brutal.
The student government at UCLA recently resolved to ban the term "illegal immigrant" because they consider it "racially derogatory language" which has led to "racial profiling practices, punitive policies targeting socially marginalized groups, hate crimes and violence."
In his letter to the editor in the Aug. 29 edition of The Signal, Brian Springer credits "The Butler" movie as truthful. It is not.