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Residential Structure Fire | Ventura

Residential Structure Fire | Ventura

Date Of Release: December 23, 2021 Fire Incident Number:  21-0109562 Incident Commander: Battalion Chief Matt Brock Incident Type: Residential structure fire Date/Time of Incident: 12/22/2021, 11:23 pm Incident Location: 900 blk of Seahorse Cir. Ventura, CA 93003 Cause/Origin: Accidental Injuries Reported: None Units Committed On-Scene: 10 Total Fire Personnel On-Scene: 26  Agencies Involved: Ventura City […]

U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Announces Grants For America’s Ports In California

U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Announces Grants For America’s Ports In California

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary today announced the award of more than $241 million in discretionary grant funding for 25 projects to improve port facilities in 19 states and one territory through the Maritime Administration’s (MARAD) Port Infrastructure Development Program (PIDP).    These grants demonstrate rapid action on commitments in the Biden-Harris Port […]

DUI and Driver’s License Checkpoint Results | Oxnard

DUI and Driver’s License Checkpoint Results | Oxnard

DATE: December 18, 2021 SUBJECT: DUI and Driver’s License Checkpoint Results CONTACT: Ricardo Vazquez, Sergeant (805) 385-7847 | [email protected] Three DUI Drivers Arrested at the Oxnard DUI Checkpoint Oxnard, Ca. – 295 drivers were screened while driving through a DUI checkpoint on December 17, 2021. The checkpoint was held on Wooley Road west of Oxnard […]

State Regulations For Food Waste Recycling Take Effect On January 1, 2022

State Regulations For Food Waste Recycling Take Effect On January 1, 2022

Ventura, Calif. – Starting January 1, 2022, the City of Ventura will be required to comply with California’s Senate Bill (SB) 1383. The City Council recently adopted an ordinance in November 2021 to comply with state law. The City also began rolling out food waste recycling programs for all residents, businesses, and multi-family properties to assist […]

Esmeralda Juarez, Ventura College Foundation’s Weekend Marketplace Supervisor, Named A Ventura Chamber Hometown Hero During Annual Poinsettia Awards

Esmeralda Juarez, Ventura College Foundation’s Weekend Marketplace Supervisor, Named A Ventura Chamber Hometown Hero During Annual Poinsettia Awards

Ventura, Calif.–Esmeralda Juarez, Ventura College Foundation’s Weekend Marketplace supervisor, was named a Ventura Chamber of Commerce 2021 Hometown Hero during the chamber’s annual Poinsettia Awards Ceremony December 9. Juarez, who has worked at the Marketplace for 20 years, was honored for her leadership that enabled the Marketplace to remain open and serve the community during […]

Housing Trust Fund Ventura County Provides $4 Million In Pre-Development Construction Loan Funds For Rancho Sierra Senior Apartments

Housing Trust Fund Ventura County Provides $4 Million In Pre-Development Construction Loan Funds For Rancho Sierra Senior Apartments

Ventura County, CA – Housing Trust Fund Ventura County announced today that it is providing a $4 million pre-development construction loan to kick-off the development of Rancho Sierra Senior Apartments (Rancho Sierra), to be built in an unincorporated area adjacent to the City of Camarillo. Rancho Sierra is being developed by Many Mansions with support […]

$70 Property Tax Break Available For Qualified Homeowners

$70 Property Tax Break Available For Qualified Homeowners

Ventura, California – Over 52,000 Ventura County homeowners may have an extra $70 in their pocket this year, just by filling out a simple form. This week, the Ventura County Assessor mailed Homeowners’ Exemption Claim Forms to over 52,000 homeowners that likely qualify for this property tax break. The Assessor typically mails a Homeowners’ Exemption […]

The Teachers Unions’ Misbegotten Efforts Have Ignited The Push For Educational Freedom

The Teachers Unions’ Misbegotten Efforts Have Ignited The Push For Educational Freedom

by Larry Sand | For Kids & Country As this troubling year moves to a conclusion, there is certainly one thing worth celebrating: the great leap forward for educational freedom throughout the country. As I wrote last week, the countrywide union-mandated school shutdowns have had major consequences, and perhaps none more prominent than the advancing of parental choice […]

Residential Structure Fire | Ventura

Residential Structure Fire | Ventura

Date Of Release: December 20, 2021  Fire Incident Number: 21-0108170 Incident Commander: Battalion Chief Matt Brock Incident Type:  Residential structure fire Date/Time of Incident:  12/18/2021, 3:16 pm Incident Location: 4600 blk of Rossini Lane. Ventura, CA 93003 Cause/Origin:  Under investigation Injuries Reported: None Units Committed On-Scene: 10 Total Fire Personnel On-Scene: 26 Agencies Involved: Ventura City […]

California/City Clean Energy Scorecard – L.A., Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose Rank In Top 10, Chula Vista Only 1 Spot From Overtaking San Diego

California/City Clean Energy Scorecard – L.A., Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose Rank In Top 10, Chula Vista Only 1 Spot From Overtaking San Diego

WASHINGTON, D.C. – NEWS ADVISORY – The 2021 City Clean Energy Scorecard—grading U.S. cities on climate efforts such as clean transportation policies, reducing energy waste in homes and buildings and moving toward a cleaner power grid, and doing so equitably—will be released on December 15, 2021 by the nonprofit and nonpartisan American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy […]