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Arroyo Clean-Up Slated for Saturday, September 21 in Moorpark

Arroyo Clean-Up Slated for Saturday, September 21 in Moorpark

The City of Moorpark is hosting a Coastal Cleanup Day site at Villa Campesina Park on Saturday, September 21, from 9:00 a.m. to noon.  Residents are invited to participate in the event by cleaning up a section of the Arroyo Simi.  Those interested in volunteering should meet near the pedestrian bridge at Villa Campesina Park, […]

Moorpark Area Agency on Aging Advisory Board Needs Your Help

Moorpark Area Agency on Aging Advisory Board Needs Your Help

City of Moorpark   The Moorpark City Council requests that interested persons submit an application for consideration for the City’s appointment to the Advisory Council for the Area Agency on Aging.  The two-year term commences upon appointment by the City Council and expires June 30, 2022.  Applicants must be age 60 or older, reside within […]

Moorpark: Attempted Murder Suspect Arrested

Moorpark: Attempted Murder Suspect Arrested

On Monday April 20th, help deputies assigned to the Moorpark Police Department and detectives with the Sheriff’s East County Major Crimes Unit were investigating a stabbing that occurred in the 100 Block of First Street. They located and arrested 20 year old Moorpark resident, Saul Antonio Gonzalez for attempted murder. The incident was initially reported […]

A Dumb Almost Law–Moorpark, Creative Taxing

A Dumb Almost Law–Moorpark, Creative Taxing

With the plug pulled on state redevelopment funds, and the small city of Moorpark having gone on a spending spree buying up property around their fair community, the Council directed staff to, as Mayor Janice Parvin, put it: “Be creative.” Never do that with a bureaucrat, guaranteed you’ll live to regret it.  Staff came up […]

Update – Grimes Rock quarry permit

Update – Grimes Rock quarry permit

By Debra Tash On October 22nd 2013 the Ventura County Board of Supervisors heard the City of Moorpark’s appeal of Grimes Rock Conditional Use Permit.  Their decision ended a 12 year renewal process for the mining operation. (see previous report) Mayor Janice Parvin spoke for the City saying for those living along Walnut Canyon Road, […]