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May 7, 1998 | From Associated Press
Annexations of new neighborhoods spurred population growth of nearly 10% in 1997, making Santa Clarita the fastest-growing city in Los Angeles County last year, according to state figures. Santa Clarita increased in size from 131,100 to 143,800, a jump of 9.7%, according to Department of Finance figures released Wednesday. Westlake Village was the third fastest-growing city, expanding 5.5%, behind Vernon at 6.4%. In the Antelope Valley, which grew rapidly in previous years, Lancaster grew 1.
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May 7, 1998 | From Associated Press
Annexations of new neighborhoods spurred population growth of nearly 10% in 1997, making Santa Clarita the fastest-growing city in Los Angeles County last year, according to state figures. Santa Clarita increased in size from 131,100 to 143,800, a jump of 9.7%, according to Department of Finance figures released Wednesday. Westlake Village was the third fastest-growing city, expanding 5.5%, behind Vernon at 6.4%. In the Antelope Valley, which grew rapidly in previous years, Lancaster grew 1.
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June 27, 1991 | TRACEY KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Santa Clarita City Council has adopted its first growth-management plan, the first step toward annexing most of the surrounding valley. Completion late Tuesday of the state-mandated plan, which has been under development for nearly three years, allows the 43-square-mile city to revive its attempt to extend its influence over 160 square miles of unincorporated land in the surrounding Santa Clarita Valley.
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June 27, 1991 | TRACEY KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Santa Clarita City Council has adopted its first growth-management plan, the first step toward annexing most of the surrounding valley. Completion late Tuesday of the state-mandated plan, which has been under development for nearly three years, allows the 43-square-mile city to revive its attempt to extend its influence over 160 square miles of unincorporated land in the surrounding Santa Clarita Valley.
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