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Ventura’s Biggest Secret–This Veteran’s Day at St. Mary’s Cemetery

Ventura’s Biggest Secret–This Veteran’s Day at St. Mary’s Cemetery

This coming Wednesday, November 11, 2015, at 10 AM we will be meeting at St. Mary’s Cemetery, one mile east, of the front doors of Mission San Buenaventura on Main Street, for Memorial Services honoring grave side, the service of the 76 American veterans and the one 1869 Medal of Honor recipient, interred there. After […]

Santa Paula City Council: Loss of Ag Land in 2016 SOAR Text and LAFCo Legislation

Santa Paula City Council: Loss of Ag Land in 2016 SOAR Text and LAFCo Legislation

By Sheryl Hamlin SOAR Revisited: Loss of Ag Land in 2016 Text The SOAR (Save Open Space and Agricultural Resources) item on the November 2, 2015 Santa Paula City council was a continuation of a previous meeting where a proposed modification to the CURB (City Urban Boundary) was discussed. At that meeting, the council asked […]

Simi Valley man arrested for growing and selling marijuana at his residence

Simi Valley man arrested for growing and selling marijuana at his residence

Treasurer Chiang Releases Debt Affordability Report

Treasurer Chiang Releases Debt Affordability Report

Camarillo City Council: Water conservation update

Camarillo City Council: Water conservation update

Staff presented a brief water conservation report at the Camarillo City Council meeting on September 9, 2015. The City initiated a long-term planning and action strategy ten years ago. The plan has resulted in compliance with Governor Brown’s executive order to reduce water usage by 25% statewide based on a 2013 baseline. Based on Camarillo’s […]

Rally against Physician Assisted Suicide — Saturday Sept. 12th

Rally against Physician Assisted Suicide — Saturday Sept. 12th

Come and alert Californians to the dangers of AB 215 and the need for a Governor’s veto of this deadly bill. ABx2 15 would legalize physician assisted suicide. In a for-profit medical industry this would be deadly public policy. Lethal drugs cost about $50. Legal assisted suicide would be the final “treatment” for the poor, […]

Westlake Village City Celebration: Triunfo YMCA’s 4th Annual Goblin Gallop: Part of Oct. 17

Westlake Village City Celebration: Triunfo YMCA’s 4th Annual Goblin Gallop: Part of Oct. 17

The Triunfo YMCA’s 4th Annual Goblin Gallop 5K/10K races and 1-mile Trick or Treat Fun Run/Walk will take place Saturday, October 17 as part of the City if Westlake Village’s13th annual City Celebration. The runs and 1-mile run/walk will begin and end at the Westlake Village Civic Center (31200 Oak Crest Dr., Westlake Village) where […]

Cecil Saves Planned Parenthood

Cecil Saves Planned Parenthood

Micro and Mini UAS are in great demand

Micro and Mini UAS are in great demand

Opponents dominate Oxnard CPUC hearing on Mandalay power plant replacement

By George Miller A two-year battle over the Oxnard Mandalay Beach power plant replacement  (Case 1411016) project grinds on. A highly emotional 3 1/2 hour hearing was held Wednesday at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center, attended by about 350 people. About 80+% appeared to oppose the project. Opponents were bussed or drove in from out of […]