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Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn talks about Channel Islands Harbor management agreement renewal

Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn talks about Channel Islands Harbor management agreement renewal

By George Miller (3-10-15)- Host George Miller, CitizensJournal.us Publisher, interviews Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn and Hollywood Beach resident/analyst David Finn, for KADYTV, on the upcoming Channel Island Harbor management agreement discussion and renewal vote coming up at the Tuesday, March 17 City Council meeting (will be listed 3-12-15 HERE). The Good Morning Oxnard Show is recorded most Wednesday mornings […]

“Linked Learning” Launches at Oxnard Unified High School District (OUHSD)

“Linked Learning” Launches at Oxnard Unified High School District (OUHSD)

Camarillo baseball player setting records at Holy Cross

Camarillo baseball player setting records at Holy Cross

      Editor’s note: Evan Ocello, grandson of KADYTV owner Bob Allen, is Captain of the Holy Cross Baseball team and a talented and accomplished player. He is a senior, who may go pro or take a position with a major consulting firm.         GAME DAY QUICK FACTS The Teams: Holy […]

Don Katich of Santa Barbara News-Press speaks out on free speech, “illegals”

By George Miller The Santa Barbara News-Press (SBNP) is no stranger to being attacked over 1st Amendment issues. In 2006, its own staff tried to prevent the new owners from eliminating what they believed was bias in news content. This made national headlines. More recently, a political pressure group attempted to coerce them into using only politically correct […]

Denny’s Opens in Santa Paula

Denny’s Opens in Santa Paula

By Sheryl Hamlin Closed since 2013, cure the building formerly occupied by Carrows sold to new owners in September 2014, cialis although it had been rumored for some time that Denny’s restaurant would be taking over this facility. The new owner of the building is not necessarily the restaurant chain or the business owner and […]

The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) Awards Ventura County $1,049,000 Grant

The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) Awards Ventura County $1,049,000 Grant

By Sheryl Hamlin The Ventura County Sheriff’s organization has applied for another grant from the State. Fifth on the list in terms of grant size, abortion the awarded grant amount will be $1, order 049.000 and is described as follows: Ventura County ……….. $1, viagra sale 045,000 JAG Program Purpose Areas: Prevention and Education / […]

First-ever Oxnard Community Forum exceeds expectations

First-ever Oxnard Community Forum exceeds expectations

By George Miller We saw the very best of Oxnard last night at its first-ever Community Forum. It was designed to enhance communications between city government, residents and businesses for the purposes of building mutual understanding, trust as well as helping determine priorities for city programs and budgeting to support them. People we spoke with thought that it was anywhere […]

Santa Paula City Council Hears America in Bloom Report

Santa Paula City Council Hears America in Bloom Report

By Sheryl Hamlin This is the third in a three part series about the March 2, sickness 2015 Santa Paula City Council Meeting. Diane and Dudley Davis, order owners of Do Right Nursery, founded the local chapter of America in Bloom in 2010. What is America in Bloom? According to the national website, America in […]

Oxnard City Council: Oxnard finances lamented, Tourism promotion; Harbor management and more

Oxnard City Council: Oxnard finances lamented, Tourism promotion; Harbor management and more

By George Miller Council meeting topics covered were:  3-5-15 Oxnard Community Forum/priorities survey; Oxnard financial situation,  Economic Developmenmt Corp. of Oxnard (EDCO): Simplifying some building permits; Tourism promotion; Harbor management agreement; $200,000 legal expense for opposing new power plant; Street paving status- Channel Islands; Free tax preparation assistance at Oxnard College 3/7 … and more.   Name […]

Santa Paula City Council: Update on SAFER Personnel for Fire Department–Part 2

By Sheryl Hamlin, This article is a continuation of the council meeting of March 2, 2015 which was reported here. The SAFER (Staff for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response) Grant was an $825,000 grant awarded in 2012 and reported previously in the Santa Paula Times. In 2014 the SAFER grant funds were coming to an […]