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The new Peyton Place—Bruce Feng continues as Camarillo’s City Mgr.: David Norman now Assistant City Mgr.

The new Peyton Place—Bruce Feng continues as Camarillo’s City Mgr.: David Norman now Assistant City Mgr.

By Citizensjournal.us staff writers City Manager Bruce Feng’s contract is renewed:   Camarillo’s Council renewed City Manager Feng’s contract at their January 14th meeting despite having settled a harassment law against the city and Mr. Feng in October of 2014. Scribd: 2013 Yolanda Kueny (City Employee) lawsuit against City of Camarillo and City Manager Bruce Feng […]

The Ventura Winter Wine Walk Event 2014 – A Success For All!

The Ventura Winter Wine Walk Event 2014 – A Success For All!

Under clear skies and a bright full moon, participants of the 5th Annual Ventura Winter Wine Walk sipped and danced through more than 60 wine tasting locations along Main Street in downtown Ventura. The sold out event was even bigger than the previous four years, with more than 500 early holiday revealers eating, drinking and […]

Suspect breaks into Ventura home while resident is inside

Suspect breaks into Ventura home while resident is inside

Two officers on their beat–Rover and his partner Officer Rodriguez

Two officers on their beat–Rover and his partner Officer Rodriguez

From the Ventura Police Department K9 Unit’s Facebook Page: “Some of you may have seen them driving around town last week, but here is our newest K9 team, Officer Rodriguez and K9 Rover on the steps to the Ventura City Hall overlooking downtown Ventura.” You can donate to the K9 program through the National Police […]

Turning the spigot off for new building connections in Ventura?

Turning the spigot off for new building connections in Ventura?

By Debra Tash Because of the continued drought the City of Ventura’s Council considered a moratorium on either the issuance of new building permits or stopping any new water connections. Staff did a presentation, reporting that as of October the City’s residents had cut back on water usage by 16%.  They stated that in the […]

Ventura: Homeless man caught in act of stealing copper wire

Ventura: Homeless man caught in act of stealing copper wire

Officers arrived on scene within moments locating the David Litada, a 31 year old vagrant, in the process of stealing copper wire from the pylons, which light the walking path. Officers quickly took Litada into custody without incident. Litada damaged (7) pylons and pulled about 35 lbs. of copper wire from them. No one was […]

Ventura Police see increase in Vandalisms: Tire slashes on Poli St. and Ferro Dr.

Ventura Police see increase in Vandalisms: Tire slashes on Poli St. and Ferro Dr.

Ventura: Residential burglar arrested after running across 101 Freeway

Ventura:  Residential burglar arrested after running across 101 Freeway

Ventura City Council votes for water restrictions and fines

Ventura City Council votes for water restrictions and fines

By Debra Tash Following the lead of other cities in the State,  Ventura’s Council voted unanimously to enact staff’s recommendations for restricting water use in the city.  Residents were asked to voluntarily cut usage by 10% in February of this year.    In July the State passed mandatory water reductions.             […]

$209,000 Add-on to Water Hikes in Ventura? For plants or patrols?

$209,000 Add-on to Water Hikes in Ventura? For plants or patrols?

By Camille Harris Should Ventura city staff be allowed to spend another $209,000 for additional water/code enforcement personnel and two new vehicles, when citizens already reduced their usage of water by 307,383,652 gallons this past year? The effort to save resources calls for everyone to unite as volunteers, not hire a few more public employees […]