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Good Morning Oxnard Show- Peter Godinez interviews Susan LeFevre on Young Entrepreneurs’ Academy

Good Morning Oxnard Show- Peter Godinez interviews Susan LeFevre on Young Entrepreneurs’ Academy

By George Miller On this segment (4-15-15) of the Good Morning Oxnard Show- KADYTV host Peter Godinez interviews Susan LeFevre on the Young Entrepreneurs’ Academy, offered via the Oxnard Chamber of Commerce. She also teaches at Cal State Channel Islands.   The Good Morning Oxnard show is recorded most Wednesday mornings (usually available as video on demand […]

Oxnard news: water usage down; New HR and PACC Directors hired; Excessive leave resolution; new salary ranges and positions; New dog park in Riverpark, Victory Outreach Church site; Yachting season’s on- and more

Oxnard news: water usage down; New HR and PACC Directors hired; Excessive leave resolution; new salary ranges and positions; New dog park in Riverpark, Victory Outreach Church site; Yachting season’s on- and more

By George Miller On this segment (4-8-15) of the Good Morning Oxnard Show- KADYTV host Peter Godinez interviews George Miller, Publisher of CitizensJournal.us, a Ventura County, news, commentary and events publication.  This week’s topics: Oxnard water usage down, BUT.. (01:30); No Water. No Farms. No Food. (01:57);  Employee of the quarter (02:37); Official opening of yachting season […]

Water in California—What You’re Really Using

Water in California—What You’re Really Using

By Jeffrey Mount, ambulance Emma Freeman, tadalafil and Jay Lund   Water in California is shared across three main sectors. Statewide, vialis 40mg average water use is roughly 50% environmental, 40% agricultural, and 10% urban. However, the percentage of water use by sector varies dramatically across regions and between wet and dry years. Some of […]

Russia will supply Iran “game changing” S-300 missiles

Russia will supply Iran “game changing” S-300 missiles

President Vladimir Putin lifted, there on Monday, ed a ban on supplying Iran with sophisticated S-300 air defense missile systems. This in the aftermath of the very vague agreements between Iran and the West regarding Iran’s nuclear program.     Moscow had blocked delivery of the surface-to-air missiles to Tehran in 2010. But the new […]

Water Wholesaler to cut County Agencies by 15%

Water Wholesaler to cut County Agencies by 15%

Today Metropolian Water District finalized its mandatory rationing plan. From their Press Release: “Effective July 1, salve allocation action expected to prompt mandatory conservation in Southern California this summer in response to record-breaking drought.  Metropolitan Water District’s cutback amounts to a 15 percent reduction in supplies starting July 1 and includes stiff surcharges for member […]

Lawsuits driving business out of state

Lawsuits driving business out of state

By Debra Tash Maryann Marino, Southern California Regional Director of Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA), spoke Sunday at the Thousand Oaks Republican Women’s meeting. Her grassroots organization is trying to curb frivolous lawsuits filed against business in California.  One of  the first areas of most often abused she addressed was the Americans with Disabilities Act, […]

Feds releasing hundreds of illegal immigrant rapists, murderers: report

Feds releasing hundreds of illegal immigrant rapists, murderers: report

The administration is deporting fewer criminal aliens than it did last year, according to new statistics released Tuesday that undercut President Obama’s justification for his new amnesty, which he said was intended to free agents to focus on the most dangerous of criminals by focusing on “felons not families.” Instead, both arrests and deportations of […]

Oxnard activist requests city finances audit letter, suggests cover-up

Oxnard activist requests city finances audit letter, suggests cover-up

By George Miller Oxnard activist and 2014 mayoral candidate Lawrence (“Larry”) Paul Stein today emailed a letter to City Clerk Daniel Martinez and City Manager Greg Nyhoff, requesting access to and public exposure of the auditor’s “management letter” accompanying the audit, but not so far made public. Letter text: To: Daniel Martinez, Greg Nyhoff Cc: Lyn.Bennett Sent: Sun, […]

Groundwater Sustainability Agency vote on April 21st

Groundwater Sustainability Agency vote on April 21st

By Logan McFadden At the Camarillo City Council meeting on April 8th, help a representative from the Camrosa Water District asked the Council to send a letter supporting the District’s water management application. The Ventura County Board of Supervisors will vote on April 21, 2015. At issue is the Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA). Ventura County […]

Education for the 21st Century in Camarillo

Education for the 21st Century in Camarillo

By Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council met on Wednesday, malady April 8th. A very professional presentation was given by Gabe Soumakian with the Alliance for Linked Learning. Linked Learning connects curriculum in the classroom to real world applications on the job. The Oxnard Union High School District was given a $6 million federal grant […]