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Open Letter to VC Registrar of Voters: 37th District Election Numbers Don’t Add Up

Open Letter to VC Registrar of Voters: 37th District Election Numbers Don’t Add Up

    By Tom Cole Greetings Registrar of Voters Mark A. Lunn. I’m the campaign manager for Charles Cole for Assembly. We ran the recent 37th District election on issues like; more jobs, opening schools and business, limited government, no new taxes, support for police, protecting our Bill of Rights, vouchers and other libertarian and […]

Celebration of Oxnard Icon Ruth Baker Maulhardt’s 100th Birthday

Celebration of Oxnard Icon Ruth Baker Maulhardt’s 100th Birthday

By George Miller On Friday, January 29th, Mayor John C. Zaragoza presented a commendation to Ruth Baker Maulhardt on the occasion of her 100th birthday.  Mrs. Maulhardt has been a long time resident of Oxnard. See commendation, below….   If the items in the City Council commendation weren’t enough by themselves to be noteworthy, her […]

Ventura County Emergency Operations Plan

Ventura County Emergency Operations Plan

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services is in the process of updating the Ventura County Emergency Operations Plan (EOP).  The EOP addresses the County’s planned response to emergency situations and natural, human caused or technological disasters, and requires reviewing and updating every three years.  We believe that emergency preparedness is a shared “whole […]

Oxnard Council Appoints Gabe Teran as District 2 Interim Council Member

Oxnard Council Appoints Gabe Teran as District 2 Interim Council Member

By George Miller The Oxnard City Council held a long special meeting focused only on appointing an interim District 2 Council Member, finally selecting Fremont South Neighborhood Council Chair Gabe Teran. After initially indicating  a preference for 5 different candidates, the six on the council narrowed it down with some legal guidance from City Attorney […]

Oxnard Council to Appoint Interim District 2 Councilmember Thursday

Oxnard Council to Appoint Interim District 2 Councilmember Thursday

By George Miller On Thursday, Feb. 4, the Oxnard Council will appoint an interim District 2 Councilmember to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Mayor ProTem Ramirez. Applicants: Barbarine, Lawrence Application Beranich, Justin Application Chavez, Pedro Application Dozier, Orlando Application Hartley, Tai Application Nanez, Lizanne Application Petris, Enrique Application Solis, Veronica Application Stewart, […]

Biden Executive Orders Break All Records

Biden Executive Orders Break All Records

By George Miller Just in his first 6 days, newly inaugurated Joe Biden signed 23 new executive orders- or at least that’s what the Federal Register log showed Friday night. But, they are behind on logging them. There is at least double that number signed so far. We hear he has signed over 50 already- […]

Oxnard Council Moving on Filling District 2 Seat Vacated by Ramirez

Oxnard Council Moving on Filling District 2 Seat Vacated by Ramirez

By George Miller With Oxnard’s District 2 Council seat vacated by Mayor ProTem Carmen Ramirez after she won the District 5 County Board of Supervisor’s seat vacated by termed-out John Zaragoza, who won the Mayor’s seat vacated by Tim Flynn who unsuccessfully sought the seat won by Ramirez (got all that?). The council had trouble […]

Speaker to Contest Ventura Water Commission Actions at Jan 26 Meeting

Speaker to Contest Ventura Water Commission Actions at Jan 26 Meeting

    By Joseph Richardson Water Commission Regular Meeting Tues. Jan 26 2021 …. Item 4 speaking against Joseph Richardson, 8778 Tacoma St. Ventura 93004, Past production supervisor of the City of Ventura Water Dept. Retired Professional Water Treatment and Water Distribution Grade 4 licensee, 21 year professor of Water Science at Ventura College What […]

Biden’s Disbanding of 1776 Commission Shows Left’s War on US History

Biden’s Disbanding of 1776 Commission Shows Left’s War on US History

  Mike Gonzalez / @Gundisalvus  All Americans should wish President Joe Biden well. To do otherwise would be churlish and self-defeating. It beggars belief, though, that one of his first intended acts was for his White House to take down the report issued Monday by the 1776 Commission, and on his first day as president, to disband the […]

Simi Valley City Council Meeting – January 25, 2021

Simi Valley City Council Meeting – January 25, 2021

    City of Simi Valley AGENDA SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL VENTURA COUNTY WATERWORKS DISTRICT NO. 8 REGULAR MEETING CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBER January 25, 2021 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDERS AND THE COUNTY OF VENTURA HEALTH OFFICER DECLARED LOCAL HEALTH EMERGENCY AND ORDERS RESULTING FROM THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS, MOST CITY BUILDINGS ARE […]

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