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Amnesty legislation Introduced !

Amnesty legislation Introduced !

Dear friends, Amnesty legislation is being included in the $3.5 trillion dollar budget reconciliation bill. Democrats did not have the 60 votes to pass amnesty in the Senate, so they are trying to include it into the budget reconciliation bill because it only needs a majority (51) to pass. It sounds like it’s a done […]

Ventura Adopts Balanced Budget – Mayor Delivers State of the City Address

Ventura Adopts Balanced Budget – Mayor Delivers State of the City Address

Ventura Mayor Delivers State of the City Address Mayor Sofia Rubalcava delivered her virtual State of the City address, themed “A Time Like No Other,” on June 24, 2021. Hosted by the Ventura Chamber of Commerce, the Mayor shared updates on what’s happening at the City, what lies ahead as Ventura recovers from the pandemic, […]

City of Ventura Adopts $303.3 Million Budget for Fiscal Year 2021-2022

City of Ventura Adopts $303.3 Million Budget for Fiscal Year 2021-2022

Ventura, Calif. – The Ventura City Council adopted a balanced $303.3 million operating and capital budget for Fiscal Year 2021-22 at its Budget Hearing on June 21, 2021. For the upcoming fiscal year, the General Fund will have a balanced budget of $124.1 million, allowing the city to deliver several upcoming projects, advanced planning work, pandemic recovery, […]

County Board of Supervisors approves $2.55 billion balanced budget for FY 2021-2022

County Board of Supervisors approves $2.55 billion balanced budget for FY 2021-2022

Ventura, CA – The County Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved a $2.55 billion balanced Budget for FY 2021-2022 at Monday’s Budget Hearing. “This budget, at the direction of the Board, represents the culmination of over six months of work with departments, the fiscal team, the Board and community. What results is a real focus […]

County Executive Office presents $2.55 billion balanced preliminary budget for FY 2021-2022

County Executive Office presents $2.55 billion balanced preliminary budget for FY 2021-2022

Including service enhancements in public health, mental health, safety, diversity, and capital improvements  Ventura, CA – The County Executive Office presented a $2.55 billion balanced Preliminary Budget for FY 2021-2022 at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors Meeting. “A balanced budget means that we can continue to provide critical core services such as health, social and safety […]

Ventura City Council adds new projects to 2020-2026 Capital Improvement Plan

Ventura City Council adds new projects to 2020-2026 Capital Improvement Plan

By Kevin Harris The Ventura City Council approved resolutions adding several new projects to the previously-passed Capital Improvement Plan, covering fiscal years 2020 through 2026, during its second year review and update. The new projects were adopted during the “Public Hearing” portion of Monday night’s city council meeting.  The public hearing was presented by Public Works […]

$600 Stimulus Checks for 5.7 Million Californians in Governor Gavin Newsom’s Relief Package

$600 Stimulus Checks for 5.7 Million Californians in Governor Gavin Newsom’s Relief Package

BY DANIEL VILLARREAL Democratic California Governor Gavin Newsom has announced that his state economic relief package will include $600 stimulus checks for over 5.7 million state residents. In a tweet published Wednesday afternoon local time, Newsom also said the package will include $2 billion in grants for small businesses, fee relief for 59,000 restaurants and bars, as […]

This Bad Decision Cost You Money – Ventura

This Bad Decision Cost You Money – Ventura

Share Tweet Forward “ The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life. ” —Confucius No one makes a lifetime commitment based on a single moment in time. Yet, the Ventura City Council made just such a commitment. In November 2020, they awarded […]

Santa Paula: Structural Imbalance Difficult Budget Approved

Santa Paula: Structural Imbalance Difficult Budget Approved

by Sheryl Hamlin The June 24, 2020 Santa Paula City Council meeting concluded the FY20/21 budget process. Read about the June 17, 2020 “austerity budget” here. Note graph of five year forecast. Since that meeting there has been resolution on the labor negotiations which made a small change in the labor expenses. The changes include: […]

Santa Paula: FY 20/21 Austerity Budget Under Consideration

Santa Paula: FY 20/21 Austerity Budget Under Consideration

by Sheryl Hamlin With less than two weeks before the end of fiscal year 19/20, the City Council of Santa Paula held another budget session on June 17, 2020. City Manager Singer opened the session with the reminder that we still must re-examine/resolve the deficit in the current fiscal year as well as the projected […]

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