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5 Smart Financial Decisions That Will Make Your Life Easier

5 Smart Financial Decisions That Will Make Your Life Easier

    By Justin Weinger Money is one of the biggest causes of stress in the world today, and it’s easy to look back on the financial mistakes we’ve made in the past and wish we’d taken more care at the time. In this article, we’ll look at certain approaches you can take and habits […]

Were Lockdowns A Mistake? (Spoiler Alert: YES!!!)

Were Lockdowns A Mistake? (Spoiler Alert: YES!!!)

    by Tyler Durden Coronavirus and Lockdowns Yesterday I was bombarded with more articles, comments, graphs, data and YouTube links following a Morning Porridge than ever before. I made a conscious effort to check as many as I could out.  Some of them were excellent. Some less so. There is still an awful lot of […]

Oxnard: Constitution Week; Cannabis Regs; Ormond Power Plant Demolition Fund; Sales Tax Pitch Delayed

Oxnard: Constitution Week; Cannabis Regs; Ormond Power Plant Demolition Fund; Sales Tax Pitch Delayed

On 9-15-20, the Oxnard City Council proclaimed the Celebration of Constitution Week September 17-23 They also heard recommendations, public comments and provided guidance to staff on cannabis retailing and cultivation regulations. They favored restricted future cultivation to indoor only and tweaks to application/permits/fees. The Senior Services Commission made their annual report, highlighting their efforts to […]

6 Tips to Create Presentations For High-Level Executives And Senior Management

6 Tips to Create Presentations For High-Level Executives And Senior Management

    High-level executives and senior management are particularly a demanding audience. The quality of information, factual integrity, crispiness of slides and not to mention, the time constraints they have all matters when you plan to create a presentation. People often try to create a TED-like presentation to woo executives. This is not the solution […]

Superior Court Judge Grants Injunction Closing BSF Gym Over COVID-19 Restrictions

Superior Court Judge Grants Injunction Closing BSF Gym Over COVID-19 Restrictions

Owners vow ‘to stay open’ By Michael Hernandez VENTURA—Superior Court Judge Henry J. Walsh today in Courtroom 42 granted a preliminary injunction closing (Better Stronger Faster) BSF Gym and Fitness Center. Gym co-owner Lindsey Cohn when asked on the court room stand, if she intended to close the gym said: “I will do whatever God […]

Oxnard Ormond Beach Power Plant Extension Approved; City Moves to Improve Internal Financial Controls; CAUSE Demands Rent Control

Oxnard Ormond Beach Power Plant Extension Approved; City Moves to Improve Internal Financial Controls; CAUSE Demands Rent Control

By George Miller The state water board has approved an extension to the Ormond Beach power plant to run for an indeterminate amount of time to meet unfilled power needs  brought about by premature shutdown of fossil and seawater cooled power plants in favor of so called “clean power.” The City was hell-bent on closing […]

Homelessness: Community Action Oxnard Facility Reopened

Homelessness: Community Action Oxnard Facility Reopened

By Douglas Partello, video: Lang Martinez Community Action of Ventura County, shut down for months when funding was exhausted, resumes shower and laundry service on Mondays …. Lang Martinez, homeless advocate, and I visited Community Action of Ventura County (CAVC), at their 621 Richmond Ave. site in Oxnard, Monday, August 24, 2020. This once a […]

County Foiled Again: The Future of Fisherman’s Wharf  

County Foiled Again: The Future of Fisherman’s Wharf  

    By Lauraine Effress On Aug 12, 2020, the California Coastal Commission, in a 12-0 vote, denied a last ditch attempt by the county harbor department and its developer, Channel Islands Harbor Properties (CIHP), to force the city of Oxnard to go along with its plan for  a 400 unit high-end, gated apartment complex […]

How to Reduce the Risks of the Stock Market

How to Reduce the Risks of the Stock Market

    By Justin Weinger The digital world has opened the door to countless opportunities for making and managing your money. You can do your banking online, invest in companies with nothing but an online account, and even make trades with a couple of clicks on a mouse. However, one thing that the internet can’t […]

Moving Safely and Cheaply During the Pandemic 

Moving Safely and Cheaply During the Pandemic 

    By Mykal Kaminski For most of us, 2020 at best is getting a one-star, “do not recommend” review. Literally billions of humans are hoping 2021 will be a better run around the sun, and it probably will be, especially considering how low the bar was set this year. The one thing that can […]

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