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The Business of Camarillo City Council continues 12 May 2021. Council meeting venue changes to Camarillo Library on 19 May 2021

The Business of Camarillo City Council continues 12 May 2021. Council meeting venue changes to Camarillo Library on 19 May 2021

News By Chris Bailey 15 May 2021, Camarillo The business of the city is important, very important. Open council meetings are important, and in fact required by law. Every Camarillo Councilmember understands the duty of this public format.  It’s an obligation required by the Brown Act. Attendance at the second Camarillo City Council in-person meeting […]

Still Another Brown Act Violation Claim to DA on Oxnard City Manager Nguyen

Still Another Brown Act Violation Claim to DA on Oxnard City Manager Nguyen

Column By Doug Partello   I filed a Brown Act complaint with the VC District Attorney …. ———- Forwarded message ——— From: Nasarenko, Erik <[email protected]> Date: Wed, May 5, 2021, 11:18 AM Subject: RE: Brown Act Violation To: Douglas Partello <[email protected]> Mr. Partello, Thank you for your email and for bringing the allegation to my attention.  I […]

Camarillo City Council returns to public meetings. July Fireworks MAY be coming back!

Camarillo City Council returns to public meetings. July Fireworks MAY be coming back!

News By Chris Bailey 2 May 2021, Camarillo The Camarillo City Council reentered the in-person meeting world on Wednesday, April 28th, and it went off without a hitch for the most part. A little about “for the most part” later in this report. I’ve been to Camarillo Council meetings in the past. Reflecting on why […]

Toilet to Tap (DPR) Changes 100 Years of Public Health Policy

Toilet to Tap (DPR) Changes 100 Years of Public Health Policy

by Sheryl Hamlin California Water Boards held a webinar to announce the beginning of Public Comments for the proposed plan for Direct Potable Reuse (DPR) of wastewater. The comment period ends on 6/25/2021. Comments should be sent to [email protected] The source of the documents is located at https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/drinking_water/certlic/drinkingwater/direct_potable_reuse.html. The webinar may be viewed here: video […]

Camarillo City Council Reopens to In-Person Meetings; Budget Meeting Moved to April 28

Camarillo City Council Reopens to In-Person Meetings; Budget Meeting Moved to April 28

News By Chris Bailey 22 April 2021, Camarillo Whether you are convinced the shutdown of all government offices and in person services was a complete hoax, or actually enjoy the ability to do business with your local government exclusively with the buffer of a keyboard, things are changing even more the last week of April!  […]

City of Ventura Announces New Sidewalk Repair Reimbursement Program

City of Ventura Announces New Sidewalk Repair Reimbursement Program

PRESS RELEASE City of Ventura   City of Ventura Announces New Sidewalk Repair Reimbursement Program  Ventura, Calif. —  The City of Ventura is pleased to announce the Safe Sidewalks Program, a reimbursement program funded by Measure O that aims to help expedite sidewalk repair needs throughout the City by covering a portion of the repair costs for individual […]

Why Defunding the Police is a Bad Idea for Camarillo, and Why We Must Recall Those Politicians Who Support Defunding the Police.

Why Defunding the Police is a Bad Idea for Camarillo, and Why We Must Recall Those Politicians Who Support Defunding the Police.

Editorial By Don McDougall New York cut their police services and has seen a 50% increase in crime in minority neighborhoods.  Detroit cut their police budget 20% and has seen a 25% increase in crime citywide. San Francisco followed a similar path, and now the police only respond to class 1 felonies due to workforce […]

County of Ventura COVID-19 Update- April 6, 2021

County of Ventura COVID-19 Update- April 6, 2021

PRESS RELEASE County of Ventura April 6, 2021 COVID-19 County of Ventura to enter State’s Orange Tier 12:01 am April 7 The County of Ventura will move to the State’s Orange Tier effective Wednesday, April 7 at 12:01 am. The California Department of Public Health announced today that the County has met the State’s metrics […]

Camarillo Recall – Who is really lying? (Petition Deadline April 15)

Camarillo Recall – Who is really lying? (Petition Deadline April 15)

Camarillo Recall- Press Release Shawn Mulchay and Susan Santagelo have launched a campaign to combat the recall against them. They simply do not want the voters to be given a chance to vote on what they have learned since they have taken office. Namely, that they have become woke, wanted to look for ways to […]

Ventura City Council adds new projects to 2020-2026 Capital Improvement Plan

Ventura City Council adds new projects to 2020-2026 Capital Improvement Plan

By Kevin Harris The Ventura City Council approved resolutions adding several new projects to the previously-passed Capital Improvement Plan, covering fiscal years 2020 through 2026, during its second year review and update. The new projects were adopted during the “Public Hearing” portion of Monday night’s city council meeting.  The public hearing was presented by Public Works […]

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