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Santa Paula’s East Area 1 (EA1) Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

Santa Paula’s East Area 1 (EA1) Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

By Sheryl Hamlin Chronology of Project A history of the proposed East Area 1 project dates from 1998 to the present. Some key dates are as follows: 2008: Santa Paula approves the EA1 project in a joint meeting of the City Council and the Planning Commission 2008: EA1 Specific Plan Amendment was created and approved […]

Oxnard Council: Update on utilities projects, problems; $8MM settlement on downtown cinema suit

Oxnard Council: Update on utilities projects, problems; $8MM settlement on downtown cinema suit

By George Miller   Name Date Duration Agenda Minutes Video City Council Meeting February 3, 2015 03h 54m Agenda   Video    Utilities Update Report- $600-700 million needed Daniel Rydberg gave a report on the state of utilities- water, wastewater and streets in Oxnard. Staff Report: http://oxnard.granicus.com/MetaViewer.php?view_id=46&event_id=8&meta_id=146846 City utilities, along with public safety, are among the most vital […]

D.A. will not see death penalty in the 2013 murder of 18 year old Gabriel Gutierrez

D.A. will not see death penalty in the 2013 murder of 18 year old Gabriel Gutierrez

The District Attorney’s Office will not seek the death penalty for Erick Estrada  of Ventura. Estrada is charged with the murder of 18 year old Gabriel Gutierrez, who was shot to death on July 31, 2013 behind the Ventura County Fairgrounds.  Estrada was arrested for another, non-fatal shooting, in October of 2013.  Estrada was twenty […]

SUV crashes into Social Security Office in Ventura

SUV crashes into Social Security Office in Ventura

Radical Transformation of education: presented at Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce

Radical Transformation of education: presented at Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce

By George Miller Dr. Gabe Soumakian, Oxnard Union High School District Superintendent, keynoted this interesting presentation on “Linked Learning” to the Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce on January 28. He said that Linked Learning is not just to prepare students for college, but a gateway to careers, too. He said: “If I ask myself: ‘when am I […]

Moorpark City Council voted to approve funding replanting of the Tierra Rejada Road landscaping

Moorpark City Council voted to approve funding replanting of the Tierra Rejada Road landscaping

By Debra Tash At their February 4th meeting, the Moorpark City Council considered funding landscape replanting along what has become their suburban calling card, Tierra Rejada Road.  The irrigation system no longer meets state standards and after a brutal drought, and fungus weakening the large sequoias, the Council began looking at changing out the plantings […]

State of Oxnard utilities systems and streets

State of Oxnard utilities systems and streets

By George Miller This segment recorded 2-4-15 with Host Peter Godinez and George Miller, ampoule Publisher, dosage Citizensjournal.us: who discusses the 2-3-15 Oxnard City Council presentation by Daniel Rydberg on the status of utilities- water, wastewater, storm water and streets. The Good Morning Oxnard show is recorded most Wednesday mornings (usually available as video on demand on kadytv.net within […]

Good Morning Oxnard Show- News segment- 2-4-15

Good Morning Oxnard Show- News segment- 2-4-15

By George Miller This week’s show (1-21-15) with Erin Antrim, CEO of Oxnard/Port Hueneme Boys & Girls Club, on recent Port Hueneme Decision to keep the Club at the PH Athletic Center;  George Miller, Publisher, Citizensjournal.us: discusses $8 MM settlement regarding downtown cinema and impact of Riverpark cinema, and more (see video and text below that). […]

Santa Paula: Center Stage for Public Works

Santa Paula: Center Stage for Public Works

By Sheryl Hamlin Not only did the Santa Paula Public Works Department announce its new, Main Street location in the historic Clock Tower Building, but the agenda for the Monday, February 2, 2015 city council meeting included two major public works related projects. Acquisition of Wastewater Recycling Facility (WRF) Distancing himself from the unpopular waste […]

Camarillo Chamber of Commerce Awards Announced

Camarillo Chamber of Commerce Awards Announced

By Logan McFadden Mayor Bill Little and Camarillo Chamber of Commerce CEO Gary Cushing announced Camarillo’s Top 10 Community Award Winners at the City Council Meeting on Wednesday, January 28, 2015. Each year, nominations of organizations and individuals whose deeds and actions have contributed to the betterment of Camarillo are submitted to the Chamber of […]