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$360,000 CA Bicycle Transportation Grant Presented at Thousand Oaks Forum

$360,000 CA Bicycle Transportation Grant Presented at Thousand Oaks Forum

By Ellen Knowles February 20th, 2014: Fifty members of the public filled the Oak Room at the Civic Arts Plaza for a presentation by Public Works analyst Akbar Alikhan, and Associate traffic engineer Larry Tay.  As a result of early questioning from residents it was revealed that the $360,000 grant to the city of Thousand […]

State of The Navy Presentation at Point Mugu 2-19-14

State of The Navy Presentation at Point Mugu 2-19-14

By Bob Allen, KADY TV     This was televised live on February 19. Here is the first part of the video archive. The others are readily accessible on the Youtube page accessed. The recording conditions weren’t the best, but it may be the only video available.  Visit KADY TV via our video news partners […]

Watchdog group exposes potential terrorist at SFSU

Watchdog group exposes potential terrorist at SFSU

Campus anti-Semitism watchdog group AMCHA (phonetic “your people” in Hebrew) Initiative announced yesterday that its effort to alert administrators and police about a potential terrorist at San Francisco State University (SFSU) was successful. They emailed this letter to their supporters:  “Thank you to all of you.  Because of your calls to San Francisco State University […]

MegaVote: How your reps voted in Congress

MegaVote: How your reps voted in Congress

    . . Recent Senate Votes Debt Limit – Passage – Vote Agreed to (55-43, 2 Not Voting) One day after the House voted to raise the U.S. Treasury’s debt limit, the Senate finalized an extension of the limit through March 15, 2015. The final vote fell along party lines, with both independent Senators voting with the […]

Droughts cause floods at beloved McGrath State Beach

Droughts cause floods at beloved McGrath State Beach

By Tim Pompey There’s good news and bad news for McGrath State Beach, that popular vacation alcove tucked along the Oxnard coast. First, the good news. The berm in the Santa Clara River that has caused extensive flooding at the campsites for nearly eighteen months has finally broken. On Monday, February 10, the water rose […]

Moorpark Council hear presentation on drought

Moorpark Council hear presentation on drought

by Debra Tash Moorpark City Council Meeting February 19th 2014: Susan Mulligan, General Manager at Calleguas Mutual Water District, updated the Council on the drought.  Conditions haven’t much improved since her presentation to the Simi Valley Council in  January. Calleguas wholesales water to all of the County’s major cities with the exception of the city […]

Plan to split California six ways is closer to vote

Plan to split California six ways is closer to vote

By [email protected] (Kurtis Alexander) Could “Silicon Valley” become its own U.S. state? That’s what a ballot measure, pharmacy approved this week for signature gathering, sale is seeking to do. That, case and carve out five other regions of California into their own independent U.S. states — with their own laws, politicians and capitols. The campaign […]

Sheriff Dean Comments on Federal Court of Appeals Decision on Cal. Concealed Weapons Permits

Sheriff Dean Comments on Federal Court of Appeals Decision on Cal. Concealed Weapons Permits

From the Ventura County Sheriff’s office: Sheriff Comments on Federal Court of Appeals Case Decision Regarding California Concealed Weapons (C.C.W.) Permits A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit made a significant ruling regarding the issuance of concealed weapons permits and what criteria may or may not be used in denying a permit. California laws currently […]

Santa Paula – Limoneira Gateway Project closer to breaking ground

Santa Paula – Limoneira Gateway Project closer to breaking ground

By Debra Tash Santa Paula City Council Meeting:  At their 2/18/2014 meeting Limoneira, the agricultural/corporate giant, presented its Gateway Project. The company hopes to break ground by January of next year.  They are planning for 1500 dwelling units from apartments to condos and single family homes on the 501 acre ranch (now annexed into Santa […]

Maritime Museum 23rd Anniversary and new artwork dedication

Maritime Museum 23rd Anniversary and new artwork dedication

By George Miller The sparkling, greatly upgraded Channel Islands Maritime Museum has been open for quite a while, but always under construction. Finicky museum personnel wanted it to be perfect for the celebration done this weekend, amid much fanfare, celebrity guests, exhibitors, food trucks and more.  Key parts of the event were televised by local […]