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CA gas spikes raise hackles

CA gas spikes raise hackles

Affordable Housing in Camarillo

Affordable Housing in Camarillo

By Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council met on July 8, 2015. The Municipal Code which currently addresses “bachelor apartments” is being amended to define Single-Room Occupancy (SRO) Facilities. An SRO provides affordable housing for residents who do not need or cannot afford a large apartment. The SRO is a small unit from 200 to […]

Oxnard Public Affairs Officer Named Employee of the Quarter

Oxnard Public Affairs Officer Named Employee of the Quarter

By Dan Pinedo July 14, 2015 Oxnard Police Department’s Community Affairs Officer Miguel Lopez was selected as employee of the second quarter and recognize at the Oxnard City Council meeting of July 7, 2015 in the presence of his family and community members who loudly applauded and cheered. In recognition for his work, Mayor Tim […]

Kids’ Summer Reading Campaign in Oxnard

Kids’ Summer Reading Campaign in Oxnard

By Dan and Barbara Pinedo July 12, 2015 Outside of the Oxnard Heritage Cultural Center at 141 West 5th street in Oxnard was filled with children and their parents. They participated in a Summer Reading Campaign sponsored by Family’s First, a nonprofit organization that provides parenting, marriage, and relationship resources that help people love their family […]

First America’s Cup winning boat replica awaits your visit Wednesday

First America’s Cup winning boat replica awaits your visit Wednesday

By George Miller The  America, a beautiful replica of the boat that gave The America’s Cup its name, is at the visitor’s dock at Pacific Corinthian Yacht Club as this is being written.  She will be available for your inspection on Wednesday, July 15.  There will be tours, a ride aboard and a dinner event (see […]

Obama’s letter on Iran nuke deal, Israel’s response

Obama’s letter on Iran nuke deal, Israel’s response

from White House- 7-14-15 Today, after two years of negotiations, the United States — together with our international partners — has achieved what decades of animosity has not: A comprehensive, long-term deal that will verifiably prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. This deal shows the real and meaningful change that American leadership and diplomacy […]

Iran reaches landmark nuclear deal after compromise on U.N. inspections

Iran reaches landmark nuclear deal after compromise on U.N. inspections

Iranian-Foreign-Minister-Mohammad-Javad-Zarif The U.S. and other world powers reached a landmark nuclear agreement with Iran Tuesday after the Obama administration granted Tehran the right to object to international inspections of Iranian military sites, try a move sure to stir opposition from Congress. After 18 days of intense and often fractious negotiation, world powers and Iran struck […]

Congress To Investigate Shrinking Number Of Americans In The Job Market

Congress To Investigate Shrinking Number Of Americans In The Job Market

Iran nuclear agreement ‘reached’ – diplomats in Vienna

Iran nuclear agreement ‘reached’ – diplomats in Vienna

Citizens Journal staff compilation of 3rd party news reports   According to BBC and other news organizations tonight, an Iran nuclear agreement was ‘reached’ – per unnamed diplomats in Vienna. Reputedly, inspectors could challenge Iran sites, but they do no have to be allowed access to inspect them. We have not seen a formal announcement from […]

Simi Valley Council kicked the can down the road with the Proposed Car Wash on Cochran and Tapo

Simi Valley Council kicked the can down the road with the Proposed Car Wash on Cochran and Tapo

By Debra Tash On November 19th, 2014, the Sim Valley Planning Commission denied a Conditional Use Permit for a self service car wash with a 2,035 square foot building on a 1.83 -acre lot at the northwest corner of Tapo and Cochran.  It would have been located at the east end of the valley. The […]