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Oxnard Shores Short Term Rental Owners Embrace NoiseAware

Oxnard Shores Short Term Rental Owners Embrace NoiseAware

Short term rental (STR) owners in Oxnard Shores, California are showing the way to better community relations by voluntarily committing en masse to NoiseAware. “The only way to prevent a noise complaint is through proactive incident management.” explains NoiseAware Co-Founder David Krauss “NoiseAware ensures that you are the first to know of noise issues at […]

Ismael Heredia pleads guilty to Assault with Deadly Weapon in Armed Robbery — Sentenced to 21 Years

Ismael Heredia pleads guilty to Assault with Deadly Weapon in Armed Robbery — Sentenced to 21 Years

Santa Paula Council: Citizen Comments and Announcements

Santa Paula Council: Citizen Comments and Announcements

By Sheryl Hamlin Fifteen citizens spoke in the Public Comments section of the September 6, 2016 Santa Paula City Council meeting.  This is the second in a multi-part report on the September 9th meeting. To watch the video, click here. Tim Jones (Limoneira/Lewis) presented one page in a series of conceptual designs for the 38 […]

Santa Paula Council: Promotions, Recognitions and Engaged Citizens

Santa Paula Council: Promotions, Recognitions and Engaged Citizens

At the September 6, 2016 Santa Paula City Council meeting, engaged citizens were recognized, while others spoke to active issues. This is part one of a multi-part report. In the Presentation segment of the meeting, Chief McLean presented five promotions to members of the Santa Paula Police Explorers, a team which has grown to 17 […]

Democratic Senate candidate courts the right, walks fine line

Democratic Senate candidate courts the right, walks fine line

On the heels of a Los Angeles Times story saying she was making a play for voters on the right, Democratic Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez is pushing Gov. Jerry Brown to sign a bill increasing minimum penalties in sexual assault cases. While the bill received nearly unanimous support in the Legislature — the measure was in […]

Community Leaders Form Campaign Committee to Pass Measure O

Community Leaders Form Campaign Committee to Pass Measure O

ITT Technical Institute Shuts Down After Government Cut Off New Funding

ITT Technical Institute Shuts Down After Government Cut Off New Funding

By MELISSA KORN Updated Sept. 6, 2016 3:14 p.m. ET ITT Technical Institute shut down on Tuesday, ceasing operations at more than 130 campuses nationwide and eliminating most of its 8,000-plus employees after losing access to the lifeblood of federal student aid. The closure of the campuses operated by ITT Educational Services Inc., effective immediately, marks […]

Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf Redevelopment Hits Coastal Commission Snag

Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf Redevelopment Hits Coastal Commission Snag

By Tim Pompey The current redevelopment proposal for Fisherman’s Wharf, managed by the Ventura County Harbor Department, and in cooperation with developers Geoff Palmer,Tom Tellefsen & Peter Mullen of Channel Islands Properties, LLC, has been delayed by the California Coastal Commission, primarily over concerns about conflicts with current Oxnard city zoning ordinances and questions regarding […]

Donald J. Trump: “The African-American Church has been the conscience” of America

Donald J. Trump: “The African-American Church has been the conscience” of America

By Michael Hernandez DETROIT—Donald J. Trump hosted by Great Faith International Ministries Church Bishop Wayne T. and Dr. Beverly Y. Jackson, spoke Saturday 9-3-16:  “For centuries the African-American church has been the conscience of our country.” “It has been from Black churches that the Civil Rights movement lifted up its soul and the soul of […]