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Unmanned helicopter reconaissance squadron relocating to Point Mugu

Unmanned helicopter reconaissance squadron relocating to Point Mugu

  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congresswoman Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village) announced that the Navy’s Unmanned Helicopter Reconnaissance Squadron ONE would be relocating to Point Mugu, effective immediately. “I’m pleased to announce the squadron’s move to Pt. Mugu,” said Brownley. “Naval Base Ventura County is critical to our local economy, and this move will further strengthen […]

Ventura: Road rage defendant sentenced

Ventura: Road rage defendant sentenced

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Paul Mailhot (DOB 12/29/1945), of Newbury Park, was sentenced to 210 days jail, 36 months formal probation, one year license suspension and anger management classes on March 7, 2014, by Ventura County Superior Court Judge David Hirsch. Mailhot had been convicted of manslaughter in […]

Oxnard – Graffiti vandalism at Pacifica High and a Vehicle tampering arrest made on Pacific Ave.

Oxnard – Graffiti vandalism at Pacifica High and a Vehicle tampering arrest made on Pacific Ave.

Oxnard: March 10, mind 2014: Officers investigated a call of graffiti vandalism at Pacifica High School, 600 E. Gonzales Road. The graffiti vandalism committed at the school cost an estimated $5,000.00 to remove and clean. An investigation led to the arrests of two 15-year old males. Graffiti investigators also determined the juveniles were responsible for […]

Oxnard Council ponders major wastewater infrastructure problems to empty house

Oxnard Council ponders major wastewater infrastructure problems to empty house

  By George Miller Watch March 4, drug 2014 meeting discussion VIDEO At a recent Oxnard Council meeting, vcialis 40mg it was noted that the 1955 vintage wastewater treatment plant “biotowers” were beyond repair and needed to be replaced at about $30 million apiece. The council directed staff to fully assess the situation, buy cialis […]

Oxnard Council debates fate of municipal golf course, Performing Arts Center

Oxnard Council debates fate of municipal golf course, Performing Arts Center

By George Miller Name Date Duration Agenda Minutes Video City Council Meeting March 4, 2014 04h 36m Agenda Minutes Video   Golf Course and Performing Arts Center The intent of the discussion was to attempt to transfer both the River Ridge golf course and Performing Arts Center (OPACC) from enterprise funds to the General Fund, but […]

In April–Rotary Clubs to host Ventura County Public Works Agency Directors: Topics the ongoing drought and transportation issues

In April–Rotary Clubs to host Ventura County Public Works Agency Directors: Topics the ongoing drought and transportation issues

Ventura County Public Work Agency Directors address ongoing drought, viagra dosage transportation developments during April speaking engagements Agency Directors David Fleisch and Tully Clifford invited to present at Conejo Valley Rotary Club and Ventura-East Rotary Club (Ventura County, ask Calif.)—The Ventura County Public Works Agency Directors from the Watershed Protection District and the Transportation Department […]

Suspects caught in Oxnard residential burglary

Suspects caught in Oxnard residential burglary

Officers from the Oxnard Police Department were dispatched to a residential burglary in the 2200 block of Natalie Place. With the combined efforts of the victim and Oxnard Police officers, discount it was determined who was in possession of the stolen property.  When police made contact with the suspects, health they fled in their vehicle at […]

Safeway Supermarkets settles in false advertising and unfair competition lawsuit

Safeway Supermarkets settles in false advertising and unfair competition lawsuit

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Safeway Inc., the second largest food and drug retailer in North America, has agreed to settle a civil law enforcement action alleging they engaged in false advertising and unfair competition, as well as violated a 2008 Marin County injunction. The action was filed by […]

California Gun Rights Initiative (2014)

California Gun Rights Initiative (2014)

By George Miller Large numbers of people are concerned that the California legislature has overreached with its gun control measures and enacted statutes which are not only unconstitutional, but wrongly deny self-defense and actually weaken public safety. They believe that the net effect of gun restriction rules is to take them out of the hands of […]

Simi Valley – Member for Tree Advisory Board sought

Simi Valley – Member for Tree Advisory Board sought

Applications are currently being accepted  for  the Tree Advisory Board (Board). The Board consists of 11 regular members and 2 alternate members, including representatives from the local Park District, School District, business community, and the public at-large, who serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council on matters pertaining to the planting, pruning, health, […]