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Simi Valley City Council gives legitimate massage businesses consideration–Extends moratorium

Simi Valley City Council gives legitimate massage businesses consideration–Extends moratorium

By Debra Tash Several cities around the County have placed moratoriums on new massage parlor businesses since the state passed AB 1147. “In 2014, see the legislature passed AB 1147 (effective January 1, stuff 2015 to January 1, 2017), to replace SB 731 and to retain the regulatory authority over massage practitioners by the California […]

California’s Dust Bowl as another business takes a hike: See You Later, Sooners

California’s Dust Bowl as another business takes a hike: See You Later, Sooners

By Jon Coupal In the 1930s, viagra sale tens of thousands of farmers, mostly from Oklahoma, fled the Dust Bowl for California with hopes of a better life. Today it is ironic that California’s Farmers (Farmer Brothers coffee company, that is) has announced that it is fleeing our state for a less expensive destination that […]

Moorpark may just get its first hotel as retailers continue to leave

Moorpark may just get its first hotel as retailers continue to leave

By Debra Tash At their January 21, 2015 meeting, the Moorpark City Council considered a modification to a long standing, previously approved, hotel project.  The developer, Moorpark Hospitality, Inc. Peter Bhakta, was requesting an update in the floor plan and exterior to bring the development in line with the current Marriott Fairfield design standards.   […]

Moorpark to lose another retailer: Staples to close in January

Moorpark to lose another retailer: Staples to close in January

By Debra Tash The Staples, located at 742 New Los Angeles Avenue, will be the next major retailer to pack up and leave Moorpark.  With high rent and low sales, the office supply chain store is going the way of other retailers in Moorpark.  The suburban hamlet of 30,000 people just doesn’t generate enough business.  Corporate […]

Car crashes into Office Depot on First Street in Simi Valley

Car crashes into Office Depot on First Street in Simi Valley

Unprepared Businesses Learn Cybersecurity Lessons The Hard Way

Unprepared Businesses Learn Cybersecurity Lessons The Hard Way

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security TrainACE, an information technology (IT) and cybersecurity training organization, recently conducted a survey of 200 IT professionals to evaluate the cyber readiness of their businesses. The survey discovered that of the respondents that experienced a hack or breach, nearly 20 percent did not have a cyber incident plan in place, […]

Suspect selling illegal fireworks arrested in Oxnard

Suspect selling illegal fireworks arrested in Oxnard

Gone to Texas–why businesses are leaving California

Gone to Texas–why businesses are leaving California

By Jon Coupal Texas Governor Rick Perry is returning to California, and to left-leaning politicians in Sacramento he is about as welcome as Godzilla in Tokyo. The cause of this consternation is Perry’s pro-business record which exposes all the weaknesses of the California approach to governing. While Texas focuses on job creation, California lawmakers give […]