This Week In Santa Clarita covers the new addition to the Santa Clarita Sports Complex.
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Mayor Ferry, the Santa Clarita City Council, dignitaries and special guest Tank the Bulldog where all on hand to celebrate the opening of the Phase IV Expansion of the Santa Clarita Sports Complex.
The exspansion includes two new lighted basketball courts, seating areas and walkways, among other amenities, but Wednesday December 2, it was all about the new dog park, Canine Country.
Word has spread about the new dog park with the four legged Santa Clarita residents and their two legged companions chomping at the bit to get a crack at the new park.
When the gates opened the dogs new immediatley what to do.
Dogs and humans alike now have their own place at the City’s Sports Complex in Canyon Country.
This Week In Santa Clarita covers the Veterans Day celebration at the City of Santa Clarita’s Veteran’s Historical Plaza.
Mayor Frank Ferry, and City Manager Ken Pulskamp, presented a $375,000 check to the Santa Clarita Committee on Aging at the SCV Senior Center Wednesday. The check represents the City’s contribution to the SCV Committee on Aging for services provided in areas of recreation, wellness, transit, and more.
Members of the Committee on Aging and staff members for the SCV Senior Center were on hand to describe the valuable services the Center provides.
Mayor Ferry and City Manager Pulskamp were given a tour of the facilities which included a look at a new expansion project.
Part of the tour included dropping in on an exercise class.
Three local students, who won a chance to be ”Mayor for the day,” are following Mayor Frank Ferry today for a behind the scenes look at City government. Previously, the students participated in a chat with Mayor Ferry where they answered the question, “If you were Mayor for the day what would you do?” Their answers can be seen on MayorDude.com.
Besides having one-on-one time with Mayor Ferry, the students toured City facilities, will attend a legislative meeting and sit in on a live chat through MayorDude.com at 4:30 p.m.
Santa Clarita City Intergovernmental Officer Michael Murphy, City Mangager Ken Pulskamp, Councilmember Bob Kellar and Mayor Frank Ferry are in Washington D.C. this week. They are meeting with members of the new administration on several issues facing Santa Clarita.
City officials are hoping to discuss whether or not there are federal funding opportunities to assist with the City’s 21 Point Business Plan for Progress, Whittaker/Bermite clean up, federal appropriations requests, as well as any stimulus money coming to the community. They will be returning on Friday.
Last week Mayor Frank Ferry was the guest speaker at a Santa Clarita Valley Jaycee mixer series featuring local elected leaders. Mayor Ferry spoke to a group of about 40 people highlighting some of latest happenings in and around the City of Santa Clarita. He also answered questions at the informal event.
Mayor Frank Ferry was among the speakers at today’s “Doing Business in a Tough Economy” workshop held at the Activities Center. The workshop was intended to help businesses take advantage of incentives available through the City’s Enterprise Zone Program and attendees also learned what lenders look for in the current economic climate in regards to loans and lines of credit.
Santa Clarita Mayor Frank Ferry took part in an assembly at Helmers Elementary School today to let kids know about his duties as the “Mayor Dude” of Santa Clarita. Kids got involved at the assembly and asked Mayor Ferry questions about what being Santa Clarita’s Mayor is like, and offered their input and ideas on future events and projects.