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Safely Reopening Ventura County Business Registration

Safely Reopening Ventura County Business Registration

187 Businesses apply in 1st Few Hours. An Estimated 2500-3000 Businesses Affected. Stay at Home Extended to May 31, there are just more exceptions.  Complete Your Business Attestation Here Stage 2 Reopening The County of Ventura has reached an important turning point for our community, County and our local economy. We are now moving into Stage 2 […]

Small Business Spotlight | Niccole Modell Independent Musician

Small Business Spotlight | Niccole Modell Independent Musician

I am an independent musician based in Camarillo, offering private flute and piano lessons as well performing for churches, weddings, and other events.  I am currently on hiatus from all traditional performances, but am offering music lessons virtually during this time.  I work with students of all ages and levels, but I specialize in teaching […]

Congress Must Act to Avoid Trial Lawyers’ ‘Brewing Litigation Storm’ From Virus Pandemic, Group Says

Congress Must Act to Avoid Trial Lawyers’ ‘Brewing Litigation Storm’ From Virus Pandemic, Group Says

BY MARK TAPSCOTT   Millions of American businesses will soon be assaulted by “meritless and abusive civil litigation” unless Congress enacts new CCP virus liability protections like those unveiled May 7 by the Institute for Legal Reform (ILR), the group said. “The brewing litigation storm is a recipe for economic havoc,” the ILR said in a study entitled “COVID-19: Federal […]

Business Leaders ask Mactaggart to Drop Initiative

Business Leaders ask Mactaggart to Drop Initiative

Dear Mr. Mactaggart:  On behalf of the organizations listed below and our members, we respectfully request that you withdraw your proposed privacy initiative due to the economic uncertainty and personal hardships caused by the COVID-19 virus. Businesses in California understand the importance of protecting personal information, we began implementing the technological and operational measures necessary […]

BUSINESS | Port Family Fights Through COVID-19

BUSINESS | Port Family Fights Through COVID-19

Just as in person auto sales resume, the Port’s largest customers brace for an approximate 90% reduction in cargo over the next two months. Automobiles, the Port’s largest revenue generating commodity, will see reductions as manufacturers from Germany, United Kingdom, Sweden, South Korea, and Japan have been closed during most of April. In response to […]

2 Open Up Rallies Set for May 9th – Open California Car Rally (Ventura) Open Our Beaches (Los Angeles over county line)

2 Open Up Rallies Set for May 9th – Open California Car Rally (Ventura) Open Our Beaches (Los Angeles over county line)

May 9th Rallies Come in your car, honk your horn and circle..  or protest by foot, but it is important to be there.  Bring your friends and family.   https://wehaverights.com/ventura-ca  VENTURA GOVERNMENT CENTER, CA SATURDAY, MAY 9TH 12:00PM Bring a sign to carry or tape to your car. Markers will do, but if you want to know […]

Small Business Spotlight | The Bookworm Book Store

Small Business Spotlight | The Bookworm Book Store

From Julie Moore: I am the owner of The Bookworm Book Store in Camarillo. Due to the Covid 19 restrictions, I had to layoff my one employee, probably permanently. I’m selling books, puzzles, games and workbooks over the phone and offering curbside pick-up or delivery within Camarillo as needed. We can also ship directly to […]

Gap Planning to Reopen Hundreds of Stores in Coming Weeks

Gap Planning to Reopen Hundreds of Stores in Coming Weeks

BY ZACHARY STIEBER   Up to 800 Gap stores will reopen in the coming weeks, the company announced Wednesday. The first stores will open in Texas this weekend. Hundreds of others will welcome customers before the end of the month. Gap stores include Old Navy, Gap, and Banana Republic. A slew of changes are being implemented by the […]

Businesses Across US Defy Lockdown Measures: ‘We Have No Choice’

Businesses Across US Defy Lockdown Measures: ‘We Have No Choice’

BY BOWEN XIAO NEW YORK—A number of restaurants and businesses deemed by officials to be “nonessential” are openly defying lockdown measures in states across the nation as they grapple with their livelihoods being stripped away and their finances going down the drain.  While some states are slowly reopening, the rest continue under tight restrictions. Authorities have fined, arrested, […]

Small Business Spotlight | Dani’s Manis

Small Business Spotlight | Dani’s Manis

Dani’s Manis, on Front and Laurel St. is Ventura’s first and only modern specialty nail salon offering a full menu of services from Gel Manicures, Luxury Waterless Pedicures, Custom Acrylic Sets and Edgy Nail Art! We also offer skin care and eyelash extensions.  . Our salon is like no other in Ventura County and we […]