Home » Posts tagged with » Camarillo City Council

Camarillo City Council authorize ANOTHER Airport attorney

Camarillo City Council authorize ANOTHER Airport attorney

by Chris Bailey 15 September 2021, Ventura County California In a public meeting called in the ZOOM format, the Camarillo City Council voted 5-0 to put one more attorney on the problem. In a well practiced description of the issues the Camarillo City Council holds dear, city attorney Brian A Pierik recited them over, as […]

Camarillo, CA | I’ll See Your Closed Session, And Raise You an Ad Hoc Committee…

Camarillo, CA | I’ll See Your Closed Session, And Raise You  an Ad Hoc Committee…

by Chris Bailey   Camarillo Ventura County California As mentioned in the previous article in this series, Public Access Denied!, closed sessions of public meetings, and closed meetings are valuable tools. Public agencies, municipalities, and public companies need to deal with issues that can not be discussed in public. Once these matters are fully investigated and […]

Camarillo, CA | City Recognizes A Stellar Employee….

Camarillo, CA | City Recognizes A Stellar Employee….

by Chris Bailey 15 July 2021, Camarillo David Howells, Senior Equipment Mechanic, officially retired and was honored by the City Council with a Retirement Tile. He and his wife Denise came to accept his Tile. David has worked for the city since 1988 when, as Mayor Craven said, ”The City had no money, and the […]

Guest Commentary | Camarillo Recall Petition

Guest Commentary | Camarillo Recall Petition

    By www.camarillorecall.org. The effort to recall Camarillo City Council members Santangelo and Mulchay is because they are the ones who want to defund the police. They tried to get a resolution passed that would have been supportive of Black Lives Matter and efforts to ‘reallocate police funds’. If you aren’t familiar with Black Lives […]

Why are they recalling two Camarillo Council Members?

Why are they recalling two Camarillo Council Members?

By www.camarillorecall.org. A group of concerned Camarillo residents have formed a grassroots effort to recall Camarillo City Council Members – Susan Santangelo and Shawn Mulchay. The group, made up of several long-time residents of Camarillo, say they were motivated last year after Santangelo made racist statements. Additionally, Santangelo and Mulchay co-authored a resolution for Camarillo […]

Camarillo | City’s $180.7 Million Budget Maintains Service Levels and a Healthy Fund Balance

Camarillo | City’s $180.7 Million Budget Maintains Service Levels and a Healthy Fund Balance

The Camarillo City Council approved the Fiscal Year 2020/21 Mid-Year Budget Report, in direct alignment with their priority to maintain sound and conservative financial practices that ensure the fiscal sustainability of the City.  “As we continue to navigate the fluctuating path of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the City’s FY 2020/21 Mid-Year financial outlook is positive,” explained […]

Camarillo City Council rejects Black Lives Matter racial injustice resolution; postpones review of Ventura County Sheriff Office agreement

Camarillo City Council rejects Black Lives Matter racial injustice resolution; postpones review of Ventura County Sheriff Office agreement

By Michael Hernandez  CAMARILLO—A Black Lives Matter racial injustice resolution that received over 1,200 emails and an additional 32 public comments by phone was rejected by the City Council in a 3-2 vote on Wednesday.  A review of the $18.1 million agreement between the City and the Ventura County Sheriff Office (VCSO) was also postponed […]

Camarillo City Council to discuss racial injustice resolution, review law enforcement

Camarillo City Council to discuss racial injustice resolution, review law enforcement

By Michael Hernandez  CAMARILLO—The City Council will consider adopting a racial injustice resolution and review law enforcement policies and procedures as well as receive a Ventura County Grand Jury Report on Human Trafficking at its regular meeting at the City Hall Council Chambers, 601 Carmen Drive, starting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 8. The City […]

Camarillo is Not Considering Defunding the Police

Camarillo is Not Considering Defunding the Police

Camarillo City Press Release: Camarillo, California – The City of Camarillo wishes to correct misinformation that is being circulated in the community—the City of Camarillo is not considering defunding the Camarillo Police Department. At the July 8, 2020, City Council meeting, Councilmembers will discuss and provide direction on the proposed process for a presentation by […]

CEQA Guidelines Update To Be Considered by Camarillo City Council on May 27, 2020

CEQA Guidelines Update To Be Considered by Camarillo City Council on May 27, 2020

The City of Camarillo is proposing an update to the City’s California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) guidelines, which were adopted in 2000. The guidelines are used by City staff and the public to guide the environmental review process, as well as assist consultants in applying consistent methodologies and thresholds of significance to evaluate project impacts. […]

Page 1 of 512345