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April 5, 1994
A March 23 public hearing on the proposed sale of the Santa Clarita Water Co. to the Castaic Lake Water Agency will be televised this month so that residents can hear from both supporters and detractors. The Castaic Lake Water Agency and officials from the city of Santa Clarita have both voiced interest in buying the local water company. Officials from the Santa Clarita Water Co. have said they favor being purchased by the Castaic water agency.
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September 4, 1999 | PAUL M. ANDERSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Castaic Lake Water Agency bought the privately held Santa Clarita Water Co. from the Bonelli family for $63 million Friday, despite a lawsuit challenging the acquisition. The purchase will broaden the authority of the agency, which as a wholesaler in the Santa Clarita Valley plays a key role in determining future growth for the region. The Santa Clarita Water Co. serves about 21,000 residential and business customers, mostly in Saugus and Canyon Country.
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March 22, 1994 | JULIE TAMAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A battle brewing over the proposed sale of a local water company could heat up Wednesday at a hearing where interested buyers, including the Castaic Lake Water Agency and the city of Santa Clarita, are expected to present their cases to the public. At issue is who will own and control Santa Clarita Valley Water Co., which serves nearly 20,000 of the 50,000 water connections in the Santa Clarita Valley.
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August 24, 1999 | PAUL M. ANDERSON
Four residents filed suit Monday to stop the Castaic Lake Water Agency from buying a local water company for $63 million. The plaintiffs--Jill Klajic, Lynne Plambeck, Jackie Bettencourt and Joan Dunn--want the Santa Clarita Water Co. to be acquired by the city, which they believe would be more strict in granting water rights to new development, Klajic said. Klajic, a Santa Clarita councilwoman, will ask the council to join the suit at its meeting tonight.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 24, 1999 | PAUL M. ANDERSON
Four residents filed suit Monday to stop the Castaic Lake Water Agency from buying a local water company for $63 million. The plaintiffs--Jill Klajic, Lynne Plambeck, Jackie Bettencourt and Joan Dunn--want the Santa Clarita Water Co. to be acquired by the city, which they believe would be more strict in granting water rights to new development, Klajic said. Klajic, a Santa Clarita councilwoman, will ask the council to join the suit at its meeting tonight.
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December 14, 1996 | GREG SANDOVAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
State utility officials, who had recommended that the Santa Clarita Water Co. be forced to cut prices 20% to compensate customers for overspending, said Friday they are ready to accept a deal that would allow the company to slightly raise prices instead. The settlement by the Public Utilities Commission, which would allow the company to raise rates 1%, is still subject to approval by an administrative law judge hearing the case.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1999 | PAUL M. ANDERSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Castaic Lake Water Agency bought the privately held Santa Clarita Water Co. from the Bonelli family for $63 million Friday, despite a lawsuit challenging the acquisition. The purchase will broaden the authority of the agency, which as a wholesaler in the Santa Clarita Valley plays a key role in determining future growth for the region. The Santa Clarita Water Co. serves about 21,000 residential and business customers, mostly in Saugus and Canyon Country.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1993 | CYNTHIA H. CRAFT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The small, upstart Castaic Lake Water Agency racked up $304,000 in lobbying costs during state budget talks this year, outspending every other government agency in California and breaking into the secretary of state's Top 10 list of big spenders. The sum came as a surprise to insiders who track the Capitol's power brokers, raising eyebrows among critics who are disturbed by local governments paying more and more money for lobbying.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 14, 1996 | GREG SANDOVAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
State utility officials, who had recommended that the Santa Clarita Water Co. be forced to cut prices 20% to compensate customers for overspending, said Friday they are ready to accept a deal that would allow the company to slightly raise prices instead. The settlement by the Public Utilities Commission, which would allow the company to raise rates 1%, is still subject to approval by an administrative law judge hearing the case.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1994
A March 23 public hearing on the proposed sale of the Santa Clarita Water Co. to the Castaic Lake Water Agency will be televised this month so that residents can hear from both supporters and detractors. The Castaic Lake Water Agency and officials from the city of Santa Clarita have both voiced interest in buying the local water company. Officials from the Santa Clarita Water Co. have said they favor being purchased by the Castaic water agency.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 22, 1994 | JULIE TAMAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A battle brewing over the proposed sale of a local water company could heat up Wednesday at a hearing where interested buyers, including the Castaic Lake Water Agency and the city of Santa Clarita, are expected to present their cases to the public. At issue is who will own and control Santa Clarita Valley Water Co., which serves nearly 20,000 of the 50,000 water connections in the Santa Clarita Valley.
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