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Ventura: Register now for Adult Winter Softball/Basketball Tournaments & Corporate Games

Ventura: Register now for Adult Winter Softball/Basketball Tournaments & Corporate Games

CA Controller Publishes 2015 Salary Data for City and County Governments

CA Controller Publishes 2015 Salary Data for  City and County Governments

State Controller Betty T. Yee has updated her Government Compensation in California website to include 2015 self-reported data for cities and counties. The data covers 668,240 positions and a total of more than $42 billion in wages in 2015 for 54 counties and 459 cities. Users of the site can: View compensation levels on maps […]

Aaron Starr wins another round against Oxnard utility rate increase

Aaron Starr wins another round against Oxnard utility rate increase

By George Miller High legal drama in Oxnard today …. local business executive, activist and City Council candidate Aaron Starr’s legal team defeated the City in court today, winning a ruling that the City must produce a ballot “title & summary” of his initiative to roll back the recent wastewater rate increase. He cannot circulate ballot […]

Does the City of Oxnard hold any past officers responsible for their actions?

Does the City of Oxnard hold any past officers responsible for their actions?

By Phil Molina We will learn this Tuesday that the auditors are finding it difficult to complete the city’s audits on time. One “little” reason is that the city staff hasn’t reconciled the city’s cash account(s) since June or November of 2014.   Yes the city has been running blind fiscally for the last year to […]

Roll out that artificial turf: Governor signs bill for HOA’s to install it without fines

Roll out that artificial turf: Governor signs bill for HOA’s to install it without fines

Governor Jerry Brown today signed into law a bill authored by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego) to provide homeowners governed by homeowner associations (HOAs) the freedom to install artificial turf to lower their water use without fear of fines. The bill was designated by an overwhelming margin of the Legislature to be an urgent matter, […]

Oxnard Police to Participate in Annual Flame of Hope Run through the City to Support the Special Olympics

Oxnard Police to Participate in Annual Flame of Hope Run through the City to Support the Special Olympics

Moorpark City Council voted to approve funding replanting of the Tierra Rejada Road landscaping

Moorpark City Council voted to approve funding replanting of the Tierra Rejada Road landscaping

By Debra Tash At their February 4th meeting, the Moorpark City Council considered funding landscape replanting along what has become their suburban calling card, Tierra Rejada Road.  The irrigation system no longer meets state standards and after a brutal drought, and fungus weakening the large sequoias, the Council began looking at changing out the plantings […]

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