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Council turns blind eye to Camarillo Ranch Foundation losses

Council turns blind eye to Camarillo Ranch Foundation losses

  . By Lori McVicker  In this year’s Camarillo Ranch Foundation Board (CRFB) presentation of their annual report to the City Council on April 22nd, cialis  CC IV A CAMARILLO RANCH FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT the CRFB didn’t mention at all the latest audited financial statements showing that the CRF lost $183, medicine 000 in the […]

Groundwater Sustainability Agency vote on April 21st

Groundwater Sustainability Agency vote on April 21st

By Logan McFadden At the Camarillo City Council meeting on April 8th, help a representative from the Camrosa Water District asked the Council to send a letter supporting the District’s water management application. The Ventura County Board of Supervisors will vote on April 21, 2015. At issue is the Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA). Ventura County […]

Camarillo City Council honors volunteers at their April 8th meeting

Camarillo City Council honors volunteers at their April 8th meeting

At the Camarillo City Council meeting on April 8th, price Mayor Bill Little presented two volunteers with Certificates of Appreciation. Camarillo’s Police Chief, Monica McGrath, was also on hand for the presentation. These volunteers put in significant hours of police work which the police department cannot accomplish at current staff levels. The volunteers also serve […]

Camarillo City Council grapples with Water Conservation at April 8th meeting

Camarillo City Council grapples with Water Conservation at April 8th meeting

By Logan McFadden At the City Council meeting on April 8th, viagra dosage the implementation of Governor Brown’s recent executive order B-29-15 for a 25% reduction in water usage was discussed. The staff presentation focused on four most-asked questions. 1) How does the drought affect Camarillo’s water supply? 2) New homes – Will new customers […]

City Council Meeting: Classic Car Sunday Cruise coming to Camarillo

City Council Meeting: Classic Car Sunday Cruise coming to Camarillo

By Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council met on March 25, purchase 2015. The Council voted unanimously to issue a special event permit to the Old Town Association for seven Classic Car Cruise events on the fourth Sunday afternoon of each month starting April 26, clinic 2015. The cars on display will be 1980 and […]

Camarillo: Apartment project for University Glen battled over at Council Meeting

Camarillo: Apartment project for University Glen battled over at Council Meeting

By Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council met on Wednesday, decease March 11th. Several residents from the University Glenn (UG) spoke. University Glen, prescription a residential community of single-family homes, no rx townhomes, and apartments is situated on land of the California State University Channel Islands (“CI “) less than eight miles from the charming, […]

Camarillo City Council Rejects Rent Control

Camarillo City Council Rejects Rent Control

By Logan McFadden At the regular semi-monthly City Council meeting on Wednesday, mind February 25th, sick Mayor Bill Little presented a City Tile to the family of Jimmie Palacio in recognition of his service to the City of Camarillo. Mr. Palacio passed away in January 2015. All of the Council members spoke highly of Mr. […]

Camarillo: City Council sells old courthouse for $1

Camarillo: City Council sells old courthouse for $1

by Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council met on Wednesday, December 10th. The Council unanimously approved the Purchase and Development Agreement with the Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) for reuse of the Old Courthouse building located on Ventura Blvd. VCTC will pay the City $1.00 contingent upon constructing improvements or constructing a new building on […]

Camarillo City Council reorganizes and makes appointments

Camarillo City Council reorganizes and makes appointments

by Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council met on Wednesday, December 3, 2014. Mayor Kevin Kildee presented a certificate to Commander Stewart recognizing the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department for their Shop with a Cop program. The program is in its third year and enhances lives of underprivileged youth. Sixty young people each shop with a […]

Camarillo’s new Trolley Service a success

Camarillo’s new Trolley Service a success

By Logan McFadden Eight candidates campaigned for three open seats on the Council. Incumbents Mike Morgan, Jan McDonald and Charlotte Craven retained their seats after receiving more votes than challengers Chris Valenzano, Roy Villa, Matthew Lorimer, Daniel Labrado and Jose Espinoza. CitizensJournal endorsed Chris Valenzano who finished in the election held on November 4, 2014, […]

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