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City of San Fernando Businesses Unhappy with Trash Collection

The San Fernando Chamber of Commerce is unsatisfied with the city’s trash collecting contractor and it made its unhappiness known during the last city council meeting.  In a prepared statement read on Jan. 22 during public comment, chamber officials said businesses here often experience missed pickups, ignored calls for service, and slow responses from Republic […]

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Three San Fernando City Council Members are Seeking Re-election — Three Additional New Candidates Are Running

Editors note:   In this article, the San Fernando Valley Sun focuses on the new candidates that have thrown their hat in the ring.  Next week, we will cover the three incumbents and will continue to cover the upcoming city council race. Three seats on the San Fernando City Council are up in this next election, […]

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City Reaches Agreement with Employees

The City of San Fernando City Council has reached an agreement and approved a contract with San Fernando Public Employees Association, the bargaining unit representing city workers.  That agreement is a 2 percent cost of living adjustment for full-time employees over five years.  The agreement also allows current employees to keep full benefits, not the […]

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Council Receives Updates on Water, Metro Rail Projects

The San Fernando City Council listened to arguments in favor and against a controversial project that is supposed to improve water delivery to Southern California. Representatives from both the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD), a regional water provider, and Restore the Delta, an environmental nonprofit, gave presentations at the Oct. 2 meeting about […]

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