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Landscaping Permit Fees Waived by Camarillo Council

Landscaping Permit Fees Waived by Camarillo Council

The Camarillo City Council met on August 27, hospital 2014.  Water conservation was discussed with respect to landscaping.  In order to encourage compliance with a city ordinance requiring a landscaping permit, homeowners and businesses are exempt from fees normally assessed by the city.   A Resolution was passed unanimously waiving certain permit fees for conversion of […]

Residents oppose Conejo Creek Development

Residents oppose Conejo Creek Development

By Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council and Planning Commission held a second joint public hearing Wednesday evening, August 27th.  The hearing provided an opportunity for comments from the public on the proposed Conejo Creek project.  The Council Chamber was packed and residents stood outside to watch the hearing on a live TV feed.  In […]

Lone boater rescued from choppy seas outside Ventura Harbor

Lone boater rescued from choppy seas outside Ventura Harbor

Two victims–in critical condition–freed from rollover on 126

Two victims–in critical condition–freed from rollover on 126

Former Romney VP running mate Paul Ryan heckled at Reagan Library

Former Romney VP running mate Paul Ryan heckled at Reagan Library

By Debra Tash To an audience of over 1000 people, one time Vice Presidential candidate, Paul Ryan, did an informal sit down interview with Bill Bennett, tonight at the Reagan Library, with Citizensjournal.us there.  Bennett had switched to the Republican Party in 1986 and later served in the George W. Bush administration.  Ryan won his […]

County project will help increase water for the Ojai Valley

County project will help increase water for the Ojai Valley

Help with the jail break–Feline Friday at Ventura County Animal Shelter–all cats $5

Help with the jail break–Feline Friday at Ventura County Animal Shelter–all cats $5

Tara Diller, Director for Ventura County Animal Shelter, did a short presentation at the Monday, August, 25th, Simi Valley Council meeting.  The department is attempting to make their shelters, no killed.  On January 2014 their adoption rate went up to 92%, meaning they will be placing over 11,000 animals in their forever homes by the […]

Former Assistant Principal at Adolfo Camaillo High School pleas guilty to sexual battery

Former Assistant Principal at Adolfo Camaillo High School pleas guilty to sexual battery

Simi Valley to explore an alternative source for water

Simi Valley to explore an alternative source for water

By Debra Tash At their August 26th meeting the Simi Valley City Council heard a presentation on the Bell Ranch Desalter Project.  At present Simi Valley’s Waterworks District 8 uses 23,000 acre feet (a foot deep of water covering an acre of ground) per year.  It buys the majority of its supply through Calleguas Municipal […]

Seven alleged members of Mexican Mafia indicted by Ventura County D.A.

Seven alleged members of Mexican Mafia indicted by Ventura County D.A.

The Ventura County District Attorney announced today the indictment of Michael Moreno, 57 years old, Alejandro Ornelas, 32 years old, Jose Rodriguez, 34 years old,  Jaime Garcia Mora, 28 years old, Gerardo Reyes, 41 years old, Fidel Pina, 40 years old, and Henri A. Mejia, 27 years old, for crimes committed for the benefit of […]