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School Bonds | Wake up Ventura… There’s A BILLION Dollars on the June 2018 Ballot!

School Bonds | Wake up Ventura… There’s A BILLION Dollars on the June 2018 Ballot!

    By Deborah Baber Savalla School bonds are for buildings! Not a DIME goes to kids! Not a PENNY to education! Where do our taxpayer dollars really go? Proponents of school bonds say “It’s for the kids!” But is this really true? Common sense and a  picture make the case AGAINST school bonds! Further, it […]

Track California’s Daily Receipts: During Peak of Tax Filing Season

Track California’s Daily Receipts: During Peak of Tax Filing Season

State Controller Betty T. Yee today launched an online tracker for daily personal income tax receipts through April. This month is a critical phase for the state’s fiscal outlook as Californians file hundreds of thousands of tax returns and the new fiscal year starts July 1. Last fiscal year, personal income taxes accounted for 66.9 […]

War on Cash intensifies: Citibank to stop accepting cash at some branches

War on Cash intensifies: Citibank to stop accepting cash at some branches

Chickens Coming Home to Roost

Chickens Coming Home to Roost

Sheriff’s Gang Unit nets Drugs, Guns and Cash during Search of Ventura residence

Sheriff’s Gang Unit nets Drugs, Guns and Cash during Search of Ventura residence

CA Controller’s January Cash Report Shows Revenues Falling Short of Estimates

CA Controller’s January Cash Report Shows Revenues Falling Short of Estimates

January state revenues fell short of projections included in Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget proposal by $239.8 million, with both the personal income tax and the retail sales and use tax failing to meet projections, State Controller Betty T. Yee reported today. “The governor has emphasized the need to be alert to changes in the state’s […]

CA Controller’s September Cash Report Shows Revenues Slightly Lower than Estimates

CA Controller’s September Cash Report Shows Revenues Slightly Lower than Estimates

State revenues fell short of Department of Finance projections by 2.6 percent in September, but are still outpacing estimates for the first quarter of the 2015-16 fiscal year, State Controller Betty T. Yee reported today. In September, two of the state’s three top revenue sources failed to match projections. Retail sales and use tax revenues […]

Ventura Police ask public’s help to identify suspect in burglaries of businesses

Ventura Police ask public’s help to identify suspect in burglaries of businesses