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Week in Review

Posted: October 29, 2010 10:50 p.m.
Updated: October 29, 2010 10:50 p.m.

Saturday, Oct.30 “Hardware store holds final sale”
Do It Center, a retail fixture of the SCV, is closing its Valencia store after serving the community for decades. A liquidation sale is quickly reducing available inventory. 23314 Valencia Blvd.

Thursday, Oct. 28 “VIA a ‘living’ organization”
VIA is a B2B organization that represents the interests of businesses in the Valencia Industrial Center and beyond, focusing on education, business connections and advocacy issues identified as important to members based on member input and results of  annual surveys. VIA CEO Kathy Norris also announced that Tim Burhart, general manager of Six Flags Magic Mountain, is the 2001 chairman of the board. VIA, (661) 294-8088,

“Chamber seeks new executive” 
The SCV Chamber of Commerce is seeking a new president and CEO. Deadline for the first review of applications is Nov. 15.

 “City to save big on solar panels”
The city of Santa Clarita is constructing new carports with solar canopies at the Transit maintenance Facility. The panels will generate 97 percent of all electricity needed to power the facility.

Wednesday, Oct. 27 “Promoting a dream”
Power Media Group is a local advertising and public relations company, with high-end clients, that specializes in the Hispanic market. The agency also lends a hand to entrepreneurs by providing office space, and support, to start a business. Power Media Group, (661) 268-4805,

Tuesday, Oct. 26 “Costs of College”
Local company assists families with planning ahead, successfully securing financial aid for college, and finding schools which grant the greatest amount of assistance. The firm also offers free workshops. College Planning Experts (661) 295-9946.

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