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Water Rate Increase in City of Ventura: Venturans for a Responsible and Efficient Government

Water Rate Increase in City of Ventura: Venturans for a Responsible and Efficient Government

    NOTICE OF RIGHT TO VOTE AND PROTEST RATE INCREASE [State sets Ventura Water Conservation at 16%] If you are a property owner you have received a NOTICE REGARDING SETTING OF WATER SHORTAGE RATES from the City of Ventura (Ventura Water). It was mailed in April. This notice details what the new rates will […]

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

LAW ENFORCEMENT REMIND MOTORCYCLISTS TO “SURVIVE THE RIDE” ‘Share the Road’ Campaign Aims to Increase Motorcycle Safety Awareness for All Road Users As motorcycle fatalities and injuries have increased in California, story law enforcement and the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) have stepped up their efforts to promote safety and education, discount highlighted by Motorcycle […]

Christians, Atheists Still Under Blasphemy Threat In New Egypt

Christians, Atheists Still Under Blasphemy Threat In New Egypt

By Ivan Plis Despite Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi’s insistence that Islam must undergo a “revolution” and resist extremism, look his government continues to prosecute blasphemy cases at roughly the same rates as his predecessors. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ Recent reports have noted that prosecutions have especially increased in the last half-year against […]

Third Annual “RIDING FOR HOPE”

Third Annual “RIDING FOR HOPE”

The Third Annual “RIDING FOR HOPE” is set to take place on May 2, 2015, in Simi Valley, and traveling Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, Westlake Village, Oak Park, and Agoura. Right in time for National Bicycle Month, the ever popular sport is sweeping across the nation in organized events. Simi Valley has joined in this […]

Ventura: Car driven through fence–Comes to rest on front lawn

Ventura: Car driven through fence–Comes to rest on front lawn

Friday evening at 6:20pm, tadalafil April 10th, Ventura City Fire personnel responded to a report of vehicle driven into a structure. The first arriving engine company found a vehicle that had left the roadway.  It had gone through a fence, and come to rest against a residential structure in the front yard of home. The […]

Ventura: Suspected drunk driver hits parked car and flees

Ventura: Suspected drunk driver hits parked car and flees

On Saturday evening just past 8pm, online April 4th, cost a Ventura police officer on patrol in the 8000 blk of Solano St heard the sounds of a traffic collision and observed a crowd gathering at the intersection of Solano St and Berkeley Ave. Witnesses told the officer that a dark colored SUV had just […]

1 year anniversary of Oxnard recycling facility takeover- Successes cited

1 year anniversary of Oxnard recycling facility takeover- Successes cited

By George Miller Oxnard Material Recycling Facility (MRF) Manager Todd Housley reported significant successes at the 1 yr anniversary of the City takeover of the facility. 92% of promised improvements were made- calculated at $2 million in annual savings (in spite of a BIG drop in commodity prices) in costs to city + doubling of diversion rate […]

Drugs, a loaded gun and drug sales paraphernalia found during traffic stop–Driver Arrested

Drugs, a loaded gun and drug sales paraphernalia found during traffic stop–Driver Arrested

Early morning Thursday, pill   3/26/15, just after the midnight hour, Traffic Collision Investigator Officer Corey Baker was on patrol looking for impaired drivers. He observed a red Toyota Camry stopped at a green light at the intersection of Cochran Street and First Street. Corey thought this was suspicious and believed the driver may be […]

Chiang Announces Tax Credits to Construct More Than 1,800 New Affordable Housing Units

Chiang Announces Tax Credits to Construct More Than 1,800 New Affordable Housing Units

      3/18/15 SACRAMENTO – State Treasurer John Chiang today announced awarding tax credits and tax-exempt bonds to 16 affordable housing projects in 12 counties that will add approximately 1,815 rental units to the housing market. The affordable housing credits, valued at $319 million, provide a 4 percent tax incentive to potential investors who may […]

Water workshop finds only ‘miracle’ can end drought

Water workshop finds only ‘miracle’ can end drought

by Wayne Lusvardi  . IRVINE — “Dismal, viagra poor, horrible, abysmal” are the current snowpack and water runoff conditions in California, according to Jeanine Jones, the Interstate Resources Manager for the California Department of Water Resources. The “dismal” snowpack means that when it melts, water will only trickle down the slopes, causing severe shortages in lowland areas. , […]