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2016 Presidential Candidate Debate Schedule

2016 Presidential Candidate Debate Schedule

Hueneme Beach cleanup drama

Hueneme Beach cleanup drama

By Tom Dunn I would like to thank Steven Gama, Will Berg and Laura Hernandez for all the work and organizing they did to make the Port Hueneme beach clean up such a success.  About fifty or more people showed up at the Alaska Air memorial to clean up the beach covering from the pier down […]

New York explosion leaves dozens injured

New York explosion leaves dozens injured

An explosion in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York on Saturday night injured at least 25 people, the fire department said.  . None of those 25 people has life-threatening injuries, according to a tweet from the New York Police Department’s Counterterrorism Bureau.  . Gas has been ruled out as the cause of the explosion, a […]

Limoneira/Lewis Present Park Options for East Area 1

Limoneira/Lewis Present Park Options for East Area 1

By Sheryl Hamlin History Now called “The Harvest”, the project formerly known as “East Area 1”, contains five parks in the Development Agreement (DA) between Limoneira and Santa Paula. The agreement was signed on March 17, 2008 by then Mayor Robert Gonzales and is known as “City Council Ordinance 1191”. Download agreement in its entirety […]

Gov. Brown vetoes no-tax-on-tampons bill, host of others

Gov. Brown vetoes no-tax-on-tampons bill, host of others

Port Hueneme Mayor abruptly resigns

Port Hueneme Mayor abruptly resigns

By George Miller Port Hueneme Mayor Doug Breeze formally resigned on 9-13-16, attributing it to a serious, antibiotic-resistant e coli infection. We are told that this has been going on a while. Breeze’s term would have expired this year and he had declined to run again. With less that two months to the election, an interim […]

Coastal Commission pans NRG power plant replacement proposal

Coastal Commission pans NRG power plant replacement proposal

Reportedly, at a Friday, September 9 meeting of the Coastal Commission, members weighed in against the replacement of the NRG-operated Mandalay Beach, Oxnard power plant at the existing site, employing controversial arguments of “sea rise,” “storm waves” and “100 years floods.” They would prefer to see it built elsewhere. NRG has proposed to build  a new state […]

CA Controller Reports State Revenues: Beating Estimates after Four Months of Shortfalls

CA Controller Reports State Revenues:  Beating Estimates after Four Months of Shortfalls

After four straight months of missed budget projections, California’s August revenues of $8.56 billion outpaced expectations by $425.2 million, or 5.2 percent, based largely on the strength of personal income tax receipts, State Controller Betty T. Yee reported today. Personal income tax (PIT) receipts of $4.79 billion in August were $373.4 million higher than predicted […]

Upcoming California Fish & Game Commission meetings

Upcoming California Fish & Game Commission meetings

OSHA sued for foisting union activists on businesses

OSHA sued for foisting union activists on businesses

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is illegally foisting union activists onto non-unionized businesses, nurse through an unlawful rule allowing agents from organized labor to participate, as of right, in OSHA health and safety inspections. So argues a lawsuit filed today by attorneys with Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF), representing the National Federation of Independent […]