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Camarillo to annex 19 acre parcel for custom homes in Spanish Hills

Camarillo to annex 19 acre parcel for custom homes in Spanish Hills

By Logan McFadden The Council narrowly passed a resolution establishing a New User Fee Schedule for city services provided to Persons for Private Benefit.  See separate article HERE. A local resident made an emotional request for a waiver of the domestic pet ordinance that prohibits farm animals.  The resident has a 45-pound domesticated pig which […]

Salsa Festival Celebrated with the Dance

Salsa Festival Celebrated with the Dance

By Bob Jeffreys   Photographer Bob Jeffreys shares these beautiful dance event photos Salsa Festival 7-27-2014 – great805photos               Salsa Festival 7-27-2014 – great805photos This gallery hosted by SmugMug; your photos look better here.   View on great805photos.sm… Preview by Yahoo         Bob Jeffreys – Photo Journalist  […]

Fire crews shore up condominium after car crashes into it

Fire crews shore up condominium after car crashes into it

Camarillo City Council vote to increase fees

Camarillo City Council vote to increase fees

  By Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council narrowly approved a new User Fee Schedule for City services provided to persons for private benefit.  Fees were generally increased, including a 1.7% labor cost adjustment.  As reported by Citizens Journal earlier this month, the public hearing was extended on July 9th to July 23, 2014.  On […]

Salsa Festival is on!

By George Miller When I heard the Salsa Festival was at compact Plaza Park in downtown Oxnard, I was thinking it would be a fairly small affair. So, when we came walking East on Fifth Street, we were unprepared for the huge, bustling event it has become. Booths, tents, large salsa sampling tent, bandstands, dance […]

Rollover on 126 Freeway

Rollover on 126 Freeway

Charges filed for vehicular manslaughter in fatal accident

District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated charges, and driving under the influence of alcohol  causing  injury charges have been filed against Sara Beth Roche (DOB 06/03/87), of Ventura, for  the  killing  of Matthew John Alvarado and the injury to Emmanuel Marks on July 19, 2014. The complaint charges […]

Pedestrian struck and killed by Amtrack train in Ventura

Pedestrian struck and killed by Amtrack train in Ventura

This morning, mind Wednesday July 23rd, cheap   just after 9:30am, the Ventura Police Command Center was notified by Amtrak dispatch regarding a pedestrian being struck by an Amtrak train on the railroad tracks near the intersection of California St. and Harbor Blvd.  Officers arrived on scene and found the victim lying on the railroad […]

Fatality at Surfer’s Knoll in Ventura

Fatality at Surfer’s Knoll in Ventura

Oxnard City Council candidate Steve Huber interviewed (video)

Oxnard City Council candidate Steve Huber interviewed (video)

Peter Godinez of KADY TV interviews Steve Huber, abortion as part of its ongoing program of making the public more familiar with local candidates for office.     May 2014 interview July, cialis 2014 interview _______________________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE