Community Coffee with Ventura County 3rd District Supervisor Kelly Long

On Thursday, October 5th, Ventura County Supervisor Kelly Long will be holding a “Community Coffee” at Marie Callender’s Restaurant in Camarillo to discuss county issues and speak about her priorities and strategic goals.

“I am committed making sure residents throughout my district have access and can speak with me directly,” said Supervisor Long.  “These smaller, more intimate forums for public engagement give my constituents an opportunity to share their thoughts and discuss how we can be of service to them.”

Supervisor Long intends to continue this type of public outreach on an ongoing basis to ensure access and accountability as an elected representative.  The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.

The Community Coffee with Supervisor Kelly Long will take place at Marie Callender’s Restaurant, located at 185 E Daily Dr. in Camarillo on Thursday, October 5th from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM.  Staff member Matt Guthrie will also be present to assist and help address the needs of attending constituents. 


Supervisor Long represents the 3rd Supervisorial District, which includes the communities of Camarillo, Port Hueneme, Southeast Oxnard, East Oxnard Plain, Santa Paula, Fillmore, Piru, East Lockwood Valley, and Eastern Portion of Naval Base Ventura County Port Hueneme.

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Barry Gabrielson

I tired to meet with her regarding the illegal 4355 Ordinance signed by Board Supervisors on 23 December 2006. She told me on the phone that if she was elected, she would work with me on removing this Illegal Ordinance Once she was elected, she refused to meet with me, did not want to hear our communities side of this story. Today, she refuses to listen to evidence regarding this illegal ordinance, keeps it on the books, so her unincorporated residences can pay twice for government owned and controlled property (public parkway trees and sidewalk). They made citizens liable for government property maintenance, it refuses to maintain from gas taxes it receives for this maintenance, with a 50M reserve. They allowed government owned parkway tree roots that their ordinance 2041 requires to maintain, to destroy their own government sidewalk. They were responsible to not permit and plant large trees on 4′ wide parkways, responsible to put in root barriers, responsible to trim roots so they dont destroy their own government public sidewalks, adjacent to our home. They failed to perform their job duties, Ordinance 4355 holds homeowners accountable for Dept of Transportation failure to perform their job duties, per their own Ordinance 2041. It subverts the State Constitution, and every California Court Judge decision in 200 years. She is not interested in fighting the board for justice, to remove this illegal ordinance, supports the government over the laws that protects we the people over abuse of power from Ventura County government.

William Hicks

May I suggest you go to a County Supervisors Meeting and make this a more public issue. Bring your neighbors that are affected by this County policy. Numbers matter.