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Let’s Have a P (positive) Covid19 Party!

Let’s Have a P (positive) Covid19 Party!

    by Raven West Like herpes, Covid-19 is a virus. Herpes is a common sexually transmitted disease that any sexually active person can get. Once you get it, there is no cure and you’re going to stop having sex, or lock yourself away indefinitely if you’re tested positive for the virus. (While it is […]

Open Letter to Port Hueneme City Council – Covid-19 Business Impacts

Open Letter to Port Hueneme City Council – Covid-19 Business Impacts

CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 21, 2020 | Open Forum Comment – Covid-19 Business Impacts The City of Port Hueneme prides itself in being the “Friendly City by the Sea.” Presumably this applies to all: residents, visitors and businesses alike. Two years ago, the Port Hueneme City Council succeeded in passing a sales tax measure […]

Report: Lyft CEO Says Company May Cease Operations

Report: Lyft CEO Says Company May Cease Operations

At Height of Pandemic, Smith’s AB5 Could Mean Hundreds of Thousands of Lost Jobs, Lost Transportation for Seniors Valencia, CA – In yet another example of how Christy Smith’s signature legislation, AB5, is on the cusp of crushing Californians even further, Lyft CEO Logan Green said in a court filing that Lyft may have to […]

Governor Believes Businesses Can be Toggled On and Off Like Light Bulbs

Governor Believes Businesses Can be Toggled On and Off Like Light Bulbs

By Susan Evers Apparently Governor Newsom believes that businesses can reopen on a dime.  Problem is they are running out of dimes as evidenced by what I witnessed today at the Thousand Oaks Mall. I went there on my lunch break, having heard they were given the okay to reopen indoor malls.  A ghost town.  […]

California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Reveals Stricter, “Slower” COVID-19 Reopening Guidelines For Businesses And Schools

California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Reveals Stricter, “Slower” COVID-19 Reopening Guidelines For Businesses And Schools

By Tom Tapp Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom said he would release modified reopening guidelines for counties in the state of California. On Friday, he made good on that promise, revealing a new framework with four tiers with colors attached to them to indicate severity. The governor described the new framework as “simple, stringent and slow.” Case rates and […]

California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Announces Massive 150% Increase In COVID Testing, Foresees Possibility Of Reopening Schools, Businesses

California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Announces Massive 150% Increase In COVID Testing, Foresees Possibility Of Reopening Schools, Businesses

By Tom Tapp California Governor Gavin Newsom announced what he called “a new partnership” in coronavirus testing. He said he was taking the action in anticipation of the stress the flu season will put on the testing system. “We have averaged roughly 100,000 tests in the state,” said Newsom. Average turnaround time for results is “anywhere from 5 up to 7 […]

Letter to Ventura City Council

Letter to Ventura City Council

Hello City Council, I wanted to bring this issue to your attention as I feel it was overlooked in my previous communications. City Business License renewal came up on July 1st – I called the Tax License office at City Hall but they said they could only offer a deferral. That’s where my issue falls currently. […]

Port of Hueneme Dock Talk eNews – August 2020

Port of Hueneme Dock Talk eNews – August 2020

  August 2020 Community Newsletter  |  WATCH the Port’s new Environmental video! Port Lands $1.68M Grant for State-of-the-Art Technology FEMA announced that the Port of Hueneme has been awarded $1.68 million in the Port Security Grant Program. Aimed to achieve the goal of a secure and resilient nation, the funding will aid the Port in […]

Salon owners push to reopen, battling high temperatures and working outside

Salon owners push to reopen, battling high temperatures and working outside

by Jenna Liston FRESNO, Calif. (FOX 26) — While hairstylists and barbers in Fresno are allowed to offer services outside, the limitations on what they can offer are challenging to some. Eileen Smith says she has been in the beauty business for more than 40 years now. After her rented booth at Hairitage was shut down for […]

Consumer Spending Rises as Incomes Fall, Giving Mixed Picture of Economic Recovery

Consumer Spending Rises as Incomes Fall, Giving Mixed Picture of Economic Recovery

BY TOM OZIMEK American consumers increased their spending by 5.6 percent in June while personal income fell by 1.1 percent, giving a mixed picture of a U.S. economy struggling to sustain recovery momentum amid a surge of reported COVID-19 cases and lackluster jobs data. Consumer spending is a major driver of the U.S. economy, accounting for around 70 percent of […]

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