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D.A. Files Charges in Grand Theft/Money Laundering Case against Santa Barbara Man

D.A. Files Charges in Grand Theft/Money Laundering Case against Santa Barbara Man

Channel Islands Harbor Dredging Update

Channel Islands Harbor Dredging Update

From: Camarillo, Fred  Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2017 2:57 PM To: Butler, Rod ; Nichols, Carmen Subject: Dredging Update The dredging is continuing. Through the end of the day Tuesday, January 3rd, the dredging operation has yielded 180,000 cubic yards of material. The pre-dredging estimate of material was expected to be 24,000 cubic yards per […]

Santa Paula: Raises User Fees, Spends More

Santa Paula: Raises User Fees, Spends More

By Sheryl Hamlin In the actionable portion of the January 3, 2017 Santa Paula City Council meeting, the council raised the User Fees and Rates, while approving spending increases above and beyond what the fee increases will generate. Item 10 B. Citywide User Fee and Rate Public Hearing. Note that the potential for the current […]

Williams pleads guilty to charge of Human Trafficking

Williams pleads guilty to charge of Human Trafficking

Fresno resident Demarea L. Williams (DOB 8/23/1993) pled guilty to one charge of felony human trafficking on January 4, 2016. On December 20, 2016, the Ventura Police Department received a 911 call from a female adult victim who stated she was being held against her will by Williams and was being forced to engage in […]

Santa Paula: SPUSD Announcements and Enterprise Funds Concerns

Santa Paula: SPUSD Announcements and Enterprise Funds Concerns

By Sheryl Hamlin Santa Paula Unified School District (SPUSD) In Public Comments, Supervisor Alfonso Gamino, Superintendent of the Santa Paula Unified School District, spoke congratulating the new council and wishing to continue the successful relationship the School District has experienced with the council. Supervisor Gamino introduced the two members of the SPUSD Board who will […]

The Santa Paula Conservancy: History as a Resource

The Santa Paula Conservancy: History as a Resource

By Sheryl Hamlin Gabriel Zamora spoke in Public Comments at the January 3, 2017 Santa Paula Council Meeting representing the newly formed Santa Paula Conservancy, a 501C3 organization. He informed the council and the audience about two projects which will potentially affect historic properties: the landscaping at Ebell Park and the demolition of the Robert […]

Santa Paula: No Food Truck War

Santa Paula: No Food Truck War

By Sheryl Hamlin Referring to a recent article in the Ventura County Star, Raul Ramos, owner of “la Fruti Fresca”, spoke in Public Comments at the January 3, 2017 Santa Paula Council Meeting, said he wished to clarify what was said at a previous council meeting against the food truck business, as wells as what […]

Apartment building evacuated residents as Ventura City Fire put out blaze

Apartment building evacuated residents as Ventura City Fire put out blaze

$80,000 in funding needed to keep winter shelter in Oxnard open through March 2017

$80,000 in funding needed to keep winter shelter in Oxnard open through March 2017

Newly Elected District 3 Supervisor Kelly Long Takes Oath of Office  and Announces New Staff Members

Newly Elected District 3 Supervisor Kelly Long Takes Oath of Office  and Announces New Staff Members