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Donald J. Trump sworn as 45th president

Donald J. Trump sworn as 45th president

Donald John Trump, first dismissed as a stuntman, then a nuisance, then a threat to the political order, took the oath of office Friday to become the 45th president of the United States, ushering in one of the most compelling administrations in history. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. administered the oath at noon, just […]

Limoneira Plans Six-Lane Railroad Grade Crossing at Hallock Road

Limoneira Plans Six-Lane Railroad Grade Crossing at Hallock Road

By Sheryl Hamlin Item 9 F on the January 17, 2017 Santa Paula City Council was notable not for what was described in the staff report or said at the meeting, but for what was not said in any city staff document or by any elected official of the city. Ostensibly this item was for […]

Santa Paula Takes First Step To Join Ventura County Fire

Santa Paula Takes First Step To Join Ventura County Fire

By Sheryl Hamlin The most sweeping financial decision in the city’s history was considered on January 17, 2017 at the regular City Council Meeting. After Public Comments from Chris Mahon (VCFD) Jerry Byrum (SPFD), Dustin Lazenby (SPFD), Nick Bacigalupo (SPFD), Gary Nasalroad (citizen, Santa Paula Police and Fire Fighters Association), Lynn McReynolds (citizen and co-chair […]

State Board of Equalization Chairwoman Updates Hueneme City Council on Cannabis Taxation Laws

State Board of Equalization Chairwoman Updates Hueneme City Council on Cannabis Taxation Laws

By Tim Pompey With the passage of Proposition 64 last November, the California State Board of Equalization (BOE) now faces the daunting task of creating a state sales tax and a banking framework for the recreational and medical cannabis industry. The upside is that even for smaller California cities like Port Hueneme, the potential for […]

Part II: NEW Investigation Uncovers Plots to Chain the Trains and Shut Down DC During Trump Inauguration

Part II: NEW Investigation Uncovers Plots to Chain the Trains and Shut Down DC During Trump Inauguration

From Project Veritas: Yesterday, I sent you our latest work that showed alt-left activists plotting to release Butyric Acid at the National Press Club. There intent was to shut down one of the inaugural balls. In response to our video, the group DisruptJ20, put out a release saying they were essentially just messing with us and […]

Undercover investigation exposes groups plotting criminal activity at Trump inauguration

Undercover investigation exposes groups plotting criminal activity at Trump inauguration

Project Veritas exposes the left again.  “Criminal Plot to Disrupt J20 EXPOSED and Brought to Feds Anti-Fascist Coalition Plans to Deploy Butyric Acid in Ventilation System of National Press Club Undercover Video Shot at Meeting at #PizzaGate Location  (Washington D.C.) Project Veritas has just released a new video which uncovers a group known as the […]

Ventura Fire Knock down Garage Fire in Condo Complex

Ventura Fire Knock down Garage Fire in Condo Complex

Ventura City Fire units responded to a reported structure fire in the 800 block of Casmalia Lane, Ventura, CA. The first arriving unit reported black smoke showing from behind a closed metal door to a 2-car garage, located on the ground floor of a multi-story condo complex positioned above, possible smoke also coming from the […]

Supreme Court accepts “Waters of the United States,” jurisdictional case — Will have Impact on Property Rights

Supreme Court accepts “Waters of the United States,” jurisdictional case — Will have Impact on Property Rights

The Supreme Court today agreed to determine the proper venue for challenging the Obama Administration’s new WOTUS, or “Waters of the United States,” rule that threatens millions of property owners with unjustified federal oversight by vastly expanding the reach of the Clean Water Act in violation of federal law. In the case that the High […]

Water Scarce to Recharge Groundwater Basins

Water Scarce to Recharge Groundwater Basins

New Report Shows Recent storms underscore the need for more innovation and investment  A first-of-its-kind analysis of California’s water resources shows that bringing local groundwater basins into sustainable balance — as state law demands – will require investments and innovations in integrated water management including conservation, storm water capture, recycling, desalination, water transfers, diversion, conveyance […]

Oxnard Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting 1-11-2017

Oxnard Fiscal Policy Task Force Meeting 1-11-2017

By Dan Pinedo & George Miller The City of Oxnard Fiscal Policy Task Force Committee (Councilman Bryan MacDonald and Councilman Bert Perello), held a meeting on January 11, 2017. The committee took public comments from attendees, and received a Status Update on the Annual Fiscal Audit Process presented by consultants Eden Casareno of Eadie and […]