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Moorpark–Current Openings/Applications for Community Councils

Moorpark–Current Openings/Applications for Community Councils

Current Openings/Applications If you would like to be considered for an appointment to one of the City’s boards, commissions, committees, or teen council you may print and mail in an application form or submit your application online.  The City is currently recruiting for the following: Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council The Moorpark City Council […]

Westpark Community Center to receive donation from Altrusa International

Westpark Community Center to receive donation from Altrusa International

The public is invited to attend a brief donation ceremony at Westpark Community Center, pill 450 West Harrison Avenue in Ventura, healing on Tuesday, April 22 from 4:30 to 5 pm. will present a $2,200 check for supplies for the youth center to Mayor Cheryl Heitmann and Councilmember Mike Tracy after a few opening remarks. […]

U.S. Reps Issa and Jordan on New Documents Discussing Potential Prosecution of Tax Exempt Groups

U.S. Reps Issa and Jordan on New Documents Discussing Potential Prosecution of Tax Exempt Groups

April 16, ailment 2014 WASHINGTON – House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Job Creation and Regulatory Affairs Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) today released the following statements in response to the release of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) documents showing former IRS official Lois Lerner in contact with the Justice […]

Moorpark–Community Marketplace finally gets over its biggest hurdle

Moorpark–Community Marketplace finally gets over its biggest hurdle

By Debra Tash Manny Asadurian, Jr.’s project, Community Marketplace, won approval at tonight’s Moorpark council meeting.  It hasn’t been an easy journey for what is billed as an indoor mart with over 170 vendors peddling vintage as well new upscale items. The project was first slated for Thousand Oaks.  It passed go at the planning […]

Oxnard Council approves contract for new City Manager Greg Nyhoff

Oxnard Council approves contract for new City Manager Greg Nyhoff

By George Miller On Tuesday night, in one of the most important decisions of the year (see previous CJ article), the Oxnard City Council approved a contract to engage Greg Nyhoff as the new City Manager. He held a similar position in Modesto. It was a 4-1 vote, with Councilman Perello strongly dissenting on contractual […]

HeartBleed: The New Global Cyber Threat

HeartBleed: The New Global Cyber Threat

Editor’s Note: We posted a story last week on the National Security Administration’s exploitation of the HeartBleed virus.  This bug is a flaw in the protocol used on a majority of secured websites.  It is a serious problem that the NSA used for two years to gather data. Posted by Natalie Novitski *Article courtesy Israel […]

Expect more truck traffic in Ventura during hospital construction

Expect more truck traffic in Ventura during hospital construction

Ventura’s Transportation Division announces additional truck traffic scheduled for three months during hospital construction project  

Oxnard: Council meeting to cover new City Manager compensation

Oxnard: Council meeting to cover new City Manager compensation

Council will consider approval of contract/compensation for newly recruited City Manager Greg Nyhoff at the meeting starting at 6 PM at City Hall. An article in the Ventura County Star and the draft contract mentioned  a base salary of $265,000. Total compensation is estimated at approximately $362,000, with all fringes considered.  We have heard estimates of […]

Ventura–Fire at Bryn Mawr Townhomes

Ventura–Fire at Bryn Mawr Townhomes

Residents of a large condominium complex were awakened early Friday morning to the smell of smoke from one of the trash facilities and laundry rooms. Firefighters made access through one of the gates of the complex and found a large dumpster and surrounding structure fully ablaze. Flames from the dumpster consumed a wooden roof structure […]

Thousand Oaks–City Seeks Residents to Serve on Youth Commission

Thousand Oaks–City Seeks Residents to Serve on Youth Commission

The City of Thousand Oaks is seeking residents interested in contributing their talents towards shaping the quality of life in the community by serving on City commissions.  The City is currently recruiting for nine (9) scheduled vacancies on the Youth Commission.   The Youth Commission is a City Council appointed committee that provides recommendations to […]