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Grown Up Christmas List
December 22, 2016
While my kids’ days of writing volumes to Saint Nick may be gone, I think we should all still hope and dream during this season. So keeping with that tradition I’ve come up with my very own grown up Christmas list. Rather than write to the jolly old saint from up north, my wishes are directed toward the man in the Governor’s Mansion and his elves in the Legislature.
End Backroom Deals, Vote Yes on 54
October 28, 2016
This year, California's election ballot may be as big as a biology book, but luckily there is one measure that's an easy “yes” vote – Proposition 54.
Tour of contaminated Whittaker-Bermite meant to educate officials
October 19, 2016
Elected officials took a break from campaigning Wednesday to go on a guided tour of the contaminated – soon to be de-contaminated – area of Whittaker Bermite.
Sharon Runner: Wife, Mother, Friend, Mentor
August 29, 2016
Never consumed by power, title or privilege, Sharon Runner is what we all should aspire to be – humble public servants. I may sit at her desk, but I aspire to fill her shoes as well – as a father, husband, friend and mentor.
Scott Wilk: The legislative gut-and-amend season is upon us
August 19, 2016
For parents and school children it's the end of the summer; for the Legislature we're entering into the “gut and amend” season as the constitutional deadline of Aug. 31looms and the two-year legislative session comes to a close.
Political Elites Plan Raid of Taxpayers' Savings
July 22, 2016
California families still acutely remember the hardships caused by the 2008 Great Recession: the slashing of funding to schools, an escalation of tuition to our colleges and universities, and a redirection of road money into the general fund. Not to mention a $7 billion tax increase that Governor Jerry Brown promised would all go to education, but didn't.
Scott Wilk: Transparency to the state Capitol
July 15, 2016
Although California is known for its sunshine, its Legislature fails to live up to the reputation when it comes to having a transparent legislative process.
Chloride Cleanup Hits Another Snag
June 24, 2016
The residents of Santa Clarita recently learned of another setback in the chloride saga, as the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District (SCVSD) ran into trouble with their four-year chloride reduction plan.
California Should Look to Next Generation Transportation Systems
May 22, 2016
Historically, large public projects do not fare well in California. Unlike their private project counterparts, government run projects have a track record of running over budget, not meeting deadlines, and are consistently inundated with mismanagement.
Scott Wilk: Options for individuals with disabilities
April 18, 2016
We often talk about how important democracy is because all are allowed to have their voices heard and concerns taken seriously.
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Santa Clarita Valley Signal: Scott Wilk -- Grown-up Christmas List
While my kids’ days of writing volumes to Saint Nick may be gone, I think we should all still hope and dream during this season. So keeping with that...
Santa Clarita Valley Signal: Wilk named Vice Chair of Senate Agriculture and Education Committees
“I’m pretty happy for being the low man on the totem pole to get the committees I got,’’ freshly minted state Sen. Scott Wilk was saying Wednesday,...
Victorville Daily Press: Wilk announces district office sites
Newly elected state Sen. Scott Wilk, R-Antelope Valley, will maintain three district offices, including one at City Hall in Victorville, his office...
SCV News: Wilk Bill Aims to Send CEMEX through Public Appeals Process
Senator Scott Wilk, R-Antelope Valley, introduced Senate Bill 57 that would compel CEMEX to go through the state public appeals process if the...
Santa Clarita Valley Signal: Old Orchard Elementary unveils new buildings, renovations
The Newhall School district commemorated recent renovations and reconstructions at one of its elementary schools Monday night.