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Limoneira: Agribusiness and Real Estate Development–East Area–Part 1

Limoneira: Agribusiness and Real Estate Development–East Area–Part 1

By Sheryl Hamlin History 1998 – 2014 An early report about the East Area Project in Santa Paula was published on April 14, 1998 in the Los Angeles Times. The Santa Paula city council considered a 20-year plan which would add 9,570 acres to the community’s current 2,908 acres. There was much dissention that evening. […]

Santa Paula Council approves online bill pay system and hears analysis of city’s cost for Limoneira’s East Area project

Santa Paula Council approves online bill pay system and hears analysis of city’s cost for Limoneira’s East Area project

In the opening prayer at tonight’s Santa Paula city council meeting they remembered Ashley Moran, unhealthy the 21 year old woman found dead early this Saturday in Obregon Park. The council approved going forward with an online utility payment system for residents.  The city must pay its software provider a one time $2500 setup fee.  […]

Santa Paula – Limoneira Gateway Project closer to breaking ground

Santa Paula – Limoneira Gateway Project closer to breaking ground

By Debra Tash Santa Paula City Council Meeting:  At their 2/18/2014 meeting Limoneira, the agricultural/corporate giant, presented its Gateway Project. The company hopes to break ground by January of next year.  They are planning for 1500 dwelling units from apartments to condos and single family homes on the 501 acre ranch (now annexed into Santa […]

CityScene Newsletter | May – June 2021 Issue

CityScene Newsletter | May – June 2021 Issue

  A newsletter for the Camarillo community www.cityofcamarillo.org May – June 2021 Volume 27 | Number 5 Camarillo City Council Mayor Charlotte Craven (805) 482-4730 (home) Vice Mayor Shawn Mulchay (805) 419-3370 (cell) Susan Santangelo (805) 232-4183 (cell) Kevin Kildee (805) 482-2124 (office) Tony Trembley (805) 987-9040 (home) EMAIL ALL COUNCILMEMBERS: [email protected] What’s In This Issue? Camarillo […]

Let Your Heart Be Light this Holiday Season with Santa Paula’s Winter Activities

Let Your Heart Be Light this Holiday Season with Santa Paula’s Winter Activities

Santa Paula, CA – This holiday season, the City of Santa Paula has planned innovative modified and virtual holiday activities to brighten up this winter for residents. The City hopes to bring some holiday cheer despite the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic with both old and new holiday traditions. Santa Paulans can spread the holiday […]

Santa Paula Art Museum’s Annual Art Auction Fundraiser Is Virtual This Year

Santa Paula Art Museum’s Annual Art Auction Fundraiser Is Virtual This Year

SANTA PAULA, CA – For the first time in its ten-year history, the Santa Paula Art Museum’s annual Fine Art Auction Fundraiser will be hosted online this year. Online bidding will open Monday, November 9, 2020, and will close Sunday, November 22, 2020, at 4:00 p.m. The Museum’s annual art auction is the nonprofit organization’s […]

Santa Paula Begins Fire Station Land Swap

Santa Paula Begins Fire Station Land Swap

by Sheryl Hamlin On October 21, 2020, Santa Paula began the process of finalizing the two VCFPD (Ventura County Fire Protection District) stations which were envisioned in the annexation MOA between Santa Paula and County Fire. The annexation MOA called for the City to transfer the 10th street station to VCFPD and VCFPD would lease […]

Santa Paula: Harvest Time in East Area 1

Santa Paula: Harvest Time in East Area 1

By Sheryl Hamlin East Area 1 was the subject of two items on the September 16, 2020 Santa Paula City Council meeting. The first was an update on the entire project while the second was a discussion of changes to the Sports Park. East Area 1 (Harvest) Status Tim Jones of Limoneira/Lewis and Trayci Nelson, […]

Santa Paula: Planning Commission Approves Housing in Commercial Zoning

Santa Paula: Planning Commission Approves Housing in Commercial Zoning

By Sheryl Hamlin In 2017, Governor Brown signed housing legislation that intended to increase housing supplies through reduced zoning restrictions and less regulatory interference in the pursuit of new housing. To read the state’s summary of the 2017 legislation, click here. In December 2019, Santa Paula hosted a council Study Session on Housing inviting many […]

Shannon Celia’s “Santa Paula Sojourn” Paints the Gritty with the Pretty

Shannon Celia’s “Santa Paula Sojourn” Paints the Gritty with the Pretty

SANTA PAULA, CA – For the past two years, painter Shannon Celia has made it her mission to capture the unique “nooks and crannies” of the small, Southern California city of Santa Paula. Her journey will culminate in a solo exhibition entitled “Santa Paula Sojourn,” premiering June 3, 2020, at the Santa Paula Art Museum […]