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Simi Valley Councilman, Mike Judge, Running for reelection

Simi Valley Councilman, Mike Judge, Running for reelection

Oxnard Councilman Perello makes serious allegations re: Public Works, stresses whistleblower protection

Oxnard Councilman Perello makes serious allegations re: Public Works, stresses whistleblower protection

By George Miller Councilman Perello was full of surprises at the Council meeting on Tuesday. Earlier, he had alluded to  announcements to be made during another agenda item later in the evening. That Agenda item turned out to be the update on the Water Supply Outlook Report,  which focused on mandatory conservation measures (see report: […]

Good Morning Oxnard Show- News segment- 7-30-14

Good Morning Oxnard Show- News segment- 7-30-14

By George Miller The Good Morning Oxnard show is every Wednesday at 0900 (also usually available as video on demand on kadytv.net within a couple of days), offering local personalities, issues and events- Hyper-local news, in the KADY TV tradition!  Other segments to follow. Past shows archived on the web site or via Citizensjournal.us. http://kadytv.net […]

Camarillo declares stage 2 water conservation alert

Camarillo declares stage 2 water conservation alert

by Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Counsel declared a Stage 2 water Conservation Alert at its regular semi-monthly meeting on June 25, ampoule 2014.  Based upon current and historical usage, search the city projects a shortfall in groundwater supply due to Governor Brown’s call for 20% reduction in water usage.  The city can meet the […]

Greg Nyhoff sworn in as new Oxnard City Manager

Greg Nyhoff sworn in as new Oxnard City Manager

By George Miller Oxnard finally has its new City Manager, after two years and a long executive search, winnowing down 50 candidates to 6, then two and finally one. Mr Nyhoff actually started officially early this month and attended his first City Council meeting on June 3.  So far, he shows every sign of being […]

Moorpark City Council tables discussion on 10% golf tax until next meeting

Moorpark City Council tables discussion on 10% golf tax until next meeting

At tonight’s Moorpark City Council staff proposed a golf tax to make up for a loss of revenue created when the State pulled the plug on the Redevelopment Agencies.  With $500,000 now directed into the Education Revenue Augmentation Fund (ERAF) Moorpark is scrambling to fill  gap.  The council nixed a 1/4 cent sales tax earlier […]

Oxnard Council ponders major wastewater infrastructure problems to empty house

Oxnard Council ponders major wastewater infrastructure problems to empty house

  By George Miller Watch March 4, drug 2014 meeting discussion VIDEO At a recent Oxnard Council meeting, vcialis 40mg it was noted that the 1955 vintage wastewater treatment plant “biotowers” were beyond repair and needed to be replaced at about $30 million apiece. The council directed staff to fully assess the situation, buy cialis […]

Moorpark Council hear presentation on drought

Moorpark Council hear presentation on drought

by Debra Tash Moorpark City Council Meeting February 19th 2014: Susan Mulligan, General Manager at Calleguas Mutual Water District, updated the Council on the drought.  Conditions haven’t much improved since her presentation to the Simi Valley Council in  January. Calleguas wholesales water to all of the County’s major cities with the exception of the city […]

Moorpark City Council- Proposed power plant, business park, low income housing, discussed

Moorpark City Council- Proposed power plant, business park, low income housing, discussed

By Debra Tash Proposed new gas-fired power plant, here business park At the Moorpark’s city council meeting of 2014 there was an effort to set one more barrier up to stop the proposed gas-fired power plant from being built.  The plant would be located behind Southern California Edison’s current distribution station and just north of […]

Special Oxnard meeting on Ethics tonight- yes, ETHICS!

Special Oxnard meeting on Ethics tonight- yes, ETHICS!

By Larry Stein Editor’s note: Oxnard residents and officials are disturbed by past ethics violations. The current City Council has resolved to do something about it. One of those things was ethics training, for which they hired  a consultant to help them with. Then, the idea to involve the public in the process was raised, […]