Walking around Santa Clarita, it is apparent Jo Anne Darcy had her hands on much of the city’s formation. Darcy has a lifetime achievement star on the Walk of Western Stars, there is a library named after her in Canyon Country and her photo hangs in City Hall. One of Santa Clarita’s founding city council members, Darcy played her part in essentially all aspects of the city’s early years. She was on the council from 1987 to 2002 and served as mayor four times.
As Santa Clarita’s labor force shrank in November, the unemployment rate dipped as a result. The jobless rate in the city was 3.8 percent, down from 4.0 percent in October and 4.4 percent in November of 2016, according to data released Friday by the State of California’s Employment Development Department.
While Los Angeles County staff will still work throughout the holiday season, Board of Supervisors meetings have been cancelled for the next two weeks. Board Chair Mark Ridley-Thomas cancelled the Dec. 26 and Jan. 2 meetings, though the county will still be operating as normal, according to Supervisor Kathryn Barger’s Communications Deputy Tony Bell. “At the discretion of chair, the next board meeting will take place on Jan. 9,” Bell said. “However, the business of the county goes on.
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Selecting a term
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