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Simi City Council: Homelessness approach debated, Board of Corrections grant, SEIU contract

Simi City Council: Homelessness approach debated, Board of Corrections grant, SEIU contract

By Debra Tash City Council meeting 1/13/14, healing 6:30 PM (Closed session at 5:30) Agenda At the first council meeting of the year in Simi Valley, order Mr. Smith from Waste Management spoke on agenda item 7c dealing with the city’s growing homeless problem.  Because of break-in’s at their facility the company has had to hire […]

Ventura “Granny Flat” Conflict Continues to Citizens’ Appeal

Ventura “Granny Flat” Conflict Continues to Citizens’ Appeal

By Camille Harris Editor’s note: The City of Ventura has attempted to crack down on non-compliant “second units” (rentals and “granny flats”). A compromise was offered and implemented, but many of those affected would/are suffering large financial burdens and/or are tied up in bureaucratic red tape. The attached letter  (AttachmentG.IJ.Letter ) from the Institute for Justice best […]

Riverside County, CA city rejects U.N. Agenda 21

Riverside County, CA city rejects U.N. Agenda 21

Submitted By Bruce Boyer           Menifee CA resolution 13-312    

Camarillo Coffee Roasters/Tea Brewers have a Global Reach

Camarillo Coffee Roasters/Tea Brewers have a Global Reach

Spotlight on Business By Daniel Gelman American manufacturing is alive and kicking in an unassuming industrial park in Camarillo. International Coffee & Tea, salve LLC, buy alias Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf operates a coffee roasting and tea brewing facility at 33939 Pancho Road off the Pleasant Valley Rd/Santa Rosa Road exit of the 101 […]

A whale of a time

A whale of a time

Today was another good day for whale watching, medications and this time I brought my camera. The whale in the photo passed offshore of the PV10 buoy and is headed toward Point Vicente in the photo. – Charles Foster, salve California Kayak Friends     Looks like it was heckuva lot less windy down there today!- […]

Second Unit Amnesty Program- Sierra Madre approach relevant to Ventura

Second Unit Amnesty Program- Sierra Madre approach relevant to Ventura

By  Camille Harris Date: Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 8:15 PM Sierra Madre is a city that walks its talk to save existing low income housing and keep people safe in their homes. Sierra Madre’s 2nd unit amnesty program was done with a resolution, like the one written and recommended in the final report of […]

Time is running out to apply for the 2014 GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program

Time is running out to apply for the 2014 GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program

    Time is running out for exceptional student leaders to apply for the 2014 GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program. Created to honor the legacy and character of President Ronald Reagan, viagra 40mg this program annually rewards up to 20 college-bound students who demonstrate exemplary leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship with $10,000 renewable scholarships (up to $40,000 […]

Ventura County not among sites selected for drone testing

Ventura County not among sites selected for drone testing

From various named sources       Much effort was put into applying and campaigning for Ventura County to be picked as one of the few major drone testing sites in the U.S. Looks like it didn’t succeed. STORY HIGHLIGHTS Test sites are in Alaska, Nevada, New York, North Dakota, Texas and Virginia Industry is […]

Saint Patrick to Constitution: The Blood-Bought Paper Trail of Freedom

Saint Patrick to Constitution: The Blood-Bought Paper Trail of Freedom

By George Miller 9/11/13, Oxnard library-  On this somber anniversary of the 9/11 attack, Dr.  Marshall Foster, President/Founder of World History Institute shared some of his historical research, to help explain the millennial journey leading to our Constitutional Republic form of government. This was shaped by both religious and secular forces, which he presented as […]

Common Core 11-6-13 opt-out session video now available

Common Core 11-6-13 opt-out session video now available

By George Miller Concerned Parents of Conejo Valley just released the official video of the 11-6-13 session, click at Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park, diagnosis CA, remedy which rolled out a regional strategy for fighting the New Common Core standards now being implemented in schools in 45 states across the USA. Opponents have objected to: […]