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Santa Paula: Making a Legacy Decision for City Hall

Santa Paula:  Making a Legacy Decision for City Hall

By Sheryl Hamlin The April 15th 2019 Special Santa Paula City Council was dedicated to street maintenance and the relocation of Civic Center and the Police Department. This meeting was a follow-on to the March 18, 2019 meeting where the relocation was first introduced. City Manager Rock opened his report with the introduction of the […]

Santa Paula | Historian Reflects on City Hall Relocation

Santa Paula | Historian Reflects on City Hall Relocation

    By Mitch Stone, Historian As we think about the merits of moving Santa Paula City Hall to a new location, I’ve noticed a lack of consideration of what I see as some of the most important issues connected to it. These are, the symbolic, economic, and historical values of keeping all of the […]

Santa Paula: Ad Hoc Relocation of Civic Center and All Municipal Functions

Santa Paula: Ad Hoc Relocation of Civic Center and All Municipal Functions

By Sheryl Hamlin Recent History The Santa Paula City Manager has been setting the stage for the vacation of the Civic Center property since the May 2018 FY 2018/2019 Special Budget Meeting. At that time, City Manager Rock indicated he would use $1 million from the Measure T monies to renovate the Police station. Read […]

District Elections Deadline | Draw Your District | City of Ventura

District Elections Deadline | Draw Your District | City of Ventura

The City of Ventura encourages residents to participate in the district based elections map process with easy to use tools now available on the City’s website. Citizens can create their own maps by using the one-page map (available in English or Spanish), an online Excel file to map population units by district, or by using the […]

Port Hueneme News — City Hall Update

Port Hueneme News — City Hall Update

  By Tom Dunn Since December last year City Hall has gone under a number of changes in staff and policy direction. The goal was to improve the city’s financial status and improve quality of life in Port Hueneme. As one member of city staff said: “…there have been a lot of changes recently and […]

Popular new Oxnard Police Chief sworn in

Popular new Oxnard Police Chief sworn in

By Dan Pinedo and George Miller Former Oxnard Assistant Police Chief and Assistant City Manager Scott Whitney was sworn in as Oxnard’s new Police Chief, in a festive and emotional ceremony on Tuesday, October 4, 2016 City Council meeting. Whitney, a native Oxnard resident, has more than 20 years of police work, as an Officer, Commander and […]

Camarillo Mayor’s State of the City Presentation at City Hall on September 13

Camarillo Mayor’s State of the City Presentation at City Hall on September 13

Apply Now to Serve on Ventura City Council Advisory Boards, Commissions and Committees

Apply Now to Serve on Ventura City Council Advisory Boards, Commissions and Committees

The Plight of Camarillo: City Hall, City Employees and Peyton Place

The Plight of Camarillo: City Hall,  City Employees and Peyton Place

The Plight of Camarillo: City Hall Vs. City Employees

The Plight of Camarillo: City Hall Vs. City Employees

Behind the scenes at Camarillo City Hall, there seems to be an ongoing struggle with city management, the city council, and their treatment of city employees. With the recent departure of Bruce Feng as city manager and rumors that the city is going to hire from within rather than do an outside search for a […]

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