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Simi City Council debates landscaping rules, chicken coops, trash pickup fees; approves recruiter recruitment

Simi City Council debates landscaping rules, chicken coops, trash pickup fees; approves recruiter recruitment

The Simi Valley City Council voted to leave in place a 2005 ordinance governing the percentage of allowable pavement in the front yards of single family homes.  50% of yards must be landscaped.  Councilman Mike Judge had brought the issue to the Council at the request of his constituents.  Older tracts in the city do […]

Brownley stands with colleagues to call for action on immigration reform

Brownley stands with colleagues to call for action on immigration reform

Press Release OFFICE OF U.S. REPRESENTATIVE JULIA BROWNLEY For Immediate Release Friday, see November 15, 2013 Contact: Eric Parker (202) 225-5811         BROWNLEY STANDS WITH COLLEAGUES TO CALL FOR ACTION ON IMMIGRATION REFORM   WASHINGTON, DC – On Wednesday, Congresswoman Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village) joined House Freshmen lawmakers and Minority Whip Steny Hoyer for […]

House of Representatives easily passes bill to keep your health plan. Period.

House of Representatives easily passes bill to keep your health plan. Period.

By George Miller HR 3350’s passage through the House is a serious dent in the credibility of Obamacare. Not likely that it will get past the Senate and Obama, but it was made clear that the Democrats are split. More may be ready to jump ship. Even if this bill was enacted, it would only […]

Oxnard City Council 11-5-13 Redevelopment property status, recruiting City Manager, Hueneme Road Widening,

Oxnard City Council 11-5-13 Redevelopment property status, recruiting City Manager, Hueneme Road Widening,

By George Miller Redevelopment property dispositioning draws to a close (project manager Kymberly Horner in photo), cialis Hueneme Road widening project problem,  Water quality report looks good, ethics session held 11-6, Public discussion on City Manager recruitment 11-12.   Name Date Duration Agenda Minutes Video City Council Meeting November 5, 2013 06h 17m Agenda Video […]

School Common Core California opt-out debut held 11-6-13

School Common Core California opt-out debut held 11-6-13

By Debra Tash & George Miller     A forum on the new de facto national Common Core Standards and curriculum was held at Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park on November 6th, 2013, to explain WHY it’s desirable to “opt-out” of Common Core “data mining,” and HOW to do it. A previous debate in June […]

State Assemblyman Scott Wilk (CA 38AD) community coffees to meet/confer with constituents + newsletter

State Assemblyman Scott Wilk (CA 38AD) community coffees to meet/confer with constituents + newsletter

Press Release Community Coffee Series Please join Scott for his upcoming Community Coffees. The Community Coffee series is designed to give residents an opportunity to share their ideas, questions, and concerns about state legislative issues affecting our community. Stay tuned for a Community Coffee near you: Newhall Public Library Date: Tuesday, November 12 Time: 5:30PM-7:30PM […]

U.S. Rep. Brownley announces more than $850,000 in funding for Ventura County community health centers

U.S. Rep. Brownley announces more than $850,000 in funding for Ventura County community health centers

Press Release OFFICE OF U.S. REPRESENTATIVE JULIA BROWNLEY For Immediate Release Friday, November 8, 2013 Contact: Andrew Postal      (202) 225-5811   BROWNLEY ANNOUNCES MORE THAN $850,000 IN FUNDING FOR VENTURA COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS   THOUSAND OAKS, CA — Today, Representative Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village) announced that Clinicas del Camino Real, Inc. will receive […]

U.S. Rep. Brownley observes Veterans Day by honoring Ventura County veterans

U.S. Rep. Brownley observes Veterans Day by honoring Ventura County veterans

Press Release OFFICE OF U.S. REPRESENTATIVE JULIA BROWNLEY For Planning Purposes Friday November 8, health 2013 Contact: Andrew Postal (202) 225- 5811   ***MEDIA ADVISORY***   BROWNLEY OBSERVES VETERANS DAY BY HONORING VENTURA COUNTY VETERANS   OXNARD, CA—On Monday, November 11, 2013, Congresswoman Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village) will observe Veterans Day by honoring local service […]

Playing the Race Card – A Bad Deal for Everyone

Playing the Race Card – A Bad Deal for Everyone

Event Announcement SANTA MONICA, CA, Saturday, November 16th 2013 at the Santa Monica Library auditorium on how those who promote racial divisiveness are hurting America.  Politicians (along with activists, pundits and many in the media) now routinely charge racism against those who oppose their point of view. Tea Parties and other organizations that support free […]

Common Core Opt-Out Debuts in California- Headed for K-12 Schools

Common Core Opt-Out Debuts in California- Headed for K-12 Schools

Event Photos see event report:  https://citizensjournal.us/common-core-california-opt-out-debut-held-11-6-13/ 11-6-13 event kicks off active opposition to Common Core via vetted pro bono legal Opt-Out strategy. Citizensjournal.us event report will follow. A couple of hundred parents, help teachers, sildenafil activists and other concerned Citizens sought information, advice, support and ACTION. — at GodSpeak | Calvary Chapel Thousand Oaks.       […]