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Virginia’s Election Should Serve as a Wakeup Call

Virginia’s Election Should Serve as a Wakeup Call

  By Raynard Jackson Virginia’s Election Should Serve as a Wakeup Call Last week Virginia had its state legislative races.  Republicans got their heads handed to them on a silver platter.  Democrats now have a majority in the state legislature for the first time in almost 30 years; and the also have the governor’s seat. Virginia used to […]

Oxnard Police Activities League (PAL) hosted the Olympic Qualifying 45th Annual National PAL Boxing Championships

Oxnard Police Activities League (PAL) hosted the Olympic Qualifying 45th Annual National PAL Boxing Championships

By Peter Godinez Community Ambassador The venue spanned November 1-9, 2019.  It is over now.  Oxnard PAL  Director Terrel Harrison, was especially excited since this event was the USA Boxing Last Chance Qualifier in preparation for the up and coming 2020 Summer Olympics being hosted in Tokyo Japan.  We could feel the anticipation of the […]

Simi Council Considers New Sales Tax

Simi Council Considers New Sales Tax

By  Gina Harden SIMI VALLEY – Mayor Mashburn pushed back against Councilmember Luevanos’s argument in favor of raising the sales tax currently pegged to the State minimum 7.25%. He conceded, however, to requests from Luevanos and Mayor Pro Tem Cavanaugh, to forward the staff report to Neighborhood Councils for further input. Staff, at Luevanos’s request, […]

Assemblymember Irwin Headlines Knights of Columbus Civic Night

Assemblymember Irwin Headlines Knights of Columbus Civic Night

By  Gina Harden OXNARD – Monday evening, the Oxnard Chapter of the Knights of Columbus (KOC), hosted their annual Civic Night to honor those in public service. About 150 KOC members and community guests gathered for a dinner banquet featuring speaker Jacqui Irwin, Assemblymember 44th District. Distinguished guests included Oxnard and Port Hueneme police officers, […]

Clean Power Alliance Board of Directors Meeting October 3, 2019

Clean Power Alliance Board of Directors Meeting October 3, 2019

  The agenda packet for the October 3, 2019 Regular Meeting of the Clean Power Alliance Board of Directors is now available! Download Agenda Meeting Details Date and Time: Thursday, October 3, 2:00 p.m. Location: Wallis Annenberg Building @ USC Expo Park, 700 Exposition Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90037 Directions: Meeting is accessible via transit or driving. Click here for directions […]

Cannabis Delivery Coming to Ventura

Cannabis Delivery Coming to Ventura

By  Gina Harden VENTURA – Councilmembers viewed a presentation and discussed a proposed ordinance to allow cannabis delivery, amending Municipal Code Section 6.420, during Monday night’s regular meeting. Councilmembers will vote on the proposed ordinance during the October 7 council meeting. Councilmember Nasarenko asked the police chief, “Do you have the resources within the department […]

Moorpark Council Budgets $500k For General Plan

Moorpark Council Budgets $500k For General Plan

By  Gina Harden  MOORPARK | The Moorpark City Council enjoyed a relatively quiet meeting Wednesday night with few community members in attendance and zero public comments despite noteworthy items on the Sept. 4 agenda. Following a presentation by Planning Manager Doug Spondello, the Council unanimously approved a resolution to amend the budget and authorized staff […]

In Defense of Western Civilization | The 2019 Conservative “Oscars” for Activism – “Heroes of Conscience”

In Defense of Western Civilization | The 2019 Conservative “Oscars” for Activism – “Heroes of Conscience”

By Debra Tash & George Miller  The American Freedom Alliance (AFA), a 501C3 with an ambitious agenda to help to uphold/defend Western Civilization, held its annual awards on August 18th. Some have likened these to “Conservative Oscars for Activism.” Those they honored exemplified the AFA’s mission, their “Heroes of Conscience”.  This year they had three […]

Simi Councilwoman Luevanos Served Recall Notice

Simi Councilwoman Luevanos Served Recall Notice

By Gina Harden SIMI VALLEY – Simi Valley resident Joe Piechowski served Councilwoman Ruth Luevanos legal notice of intent to recall during public comment at Monday night’s City Council meeting. Information on the recall effort can be found at recallruth.com. The notice of recall is the first in an eight step process. If 10,999 valid […]

CA Controller Reports State Revenues Opened 2019 Mostly Below Projections

CA Controller Reports State Revenues Opened 2019 Mostly Below Projections

SACRAMENTO — State Controller Betty T. Yee reported California’s total revenues of $18.79 billion in January were lower than estimates in the governor’s 2019-20 fiscal year budget proposal by $1.81 billion, or 8.8 percent, but higher than projections in the FY 2018-19 Budget Act by $1.21 billion, or 6.9 percent. Total revenues of $74.42 billion […]

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