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Health Officer Order Issued for All Individuals Entering or Residing in Homeless Shelters and H-2A Housing

Health Officer Order Issued for All Individuals Entering or Residing in Homeless Shelters and H-2A Housing

Ventura, CA – The County Health Officer, Doctor Robert Levin, has issued a new Health Officer Order requiring temperature screening, self-evaluation and reporting of COVID-19 cases at all homeless shelters and H-2A housing in the County of Ventura. This Order is effective September 18 at 12:00 am. The new order stipulates the following: All individuals […]

Democrat Mayor shutdown of Nashville reveals lies of public health data

Democrat Mayor shutdown of Nashville reveals lies of public health data

By Michael Hernandez NASHVILLE—Fox 17 News (WZTV) last night broke the news of Democrat Nashville Mayor John Cooper’s shutdown of Music City was not justified by public health data which was then covered up by the Mayor’s Office for almost three months. The Mayor’s Office in Nashville had identified what they called the “Serious Six” […]

Were Lockdowns A Mistake? (Spoiler Alert: YES!!!)

Were Lockdowns A Mistake? (Spoiler Alert: YES!!!)

    by Tyler Durden Coronavirus and Lockdowns Yesterday I was bombarded with more articles, comments, graphs, data and YouTube links following a Morning Porridge than ever before. I made a conscious effort to check as many as I could out.  Some of them were excellent. Some less so. There is still an awful lot of […]

Camarillo Actively Pursuing CARES Act Funding

Camarillo Actively Pursuing CARES Act Funding

Camarillo, California – The City of Camarillo is eligible to apply to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for a $192,347 supplemental Community Development Block Grant for prevention, preparation, and response to Covid-19 (CDBG-CV), made available to HUD through the CARES Act. The City advertised the availability of funds on July 24, […]

Contagion Recovery!

Contagion Recovery!

  By David Pu’u I hate bothering people with my musings, but they seem to make sense, and sometimes encourage and help people to better control their own destinies, which process I am a fan of. This informational drop is a macro and semi-micro examination of what we are experiencing Globally in a first of […]

Superior Court Judge Grants Injunction Closing BSF Gym Over COVID-19 Restrictions

Superior Court Judge Grants Injunction Closing BSF Gym Over COVID-19 Restrictions

Owners vow ‘to stay open’ By Michael Hernandez VENTURA—Superior Court Judge Henry J. Walsh today in Courtroom 42 granted a preliminary injunction closing (Better Stronger Faster) BSF Gym and Fitness Center. Gym co-owner Lindsey Cohn when asked on the court room stand, if she intended to close the gym said: “I will do whatever God […]

‘I’m The Public Face’: Here’s A List Of Lawmakers Who Broke COVID Rules

‘I’m The Public Face’: Here’s A List Of Lawmakers Who Broke COVID Rules

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter . Not all lawmakers have been willing to follow social distancing restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic. Democratic Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney was photographed dining indoors Sunday, though Philadelphia still prohibits indoor dining. Democratic Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi attended hair appointments despite COVID restrictions. […]

Farmworker Household Assistance Program launched September 1

Farmworker Household Assistance Program launched September 1

County aims to help farmworkers struggling from impacts of COVID-19 Ventura, CA – On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors approved the program design of the Farmworker Household Assistance Program, providing up to $250,000 in county general funds to match private donations made through the Ventura County Community Foundation. The program aims to provide farmworkers financial […]

Local services will become collateral damage as Ventura County General Plan takes aim at the petroleum industry

Local services will become collateral damage as Ventura County General Plan takes aim at the petroleum industry

Critics say the long-range plan fails to address the county’s budget shortfall from COVID-19 and will hurt its vulnerable population most A proposed general plan for Ventura County has drawn strong opposition from the business community both for its failure to address the negative fiscal impacts of COVID-19 and for its anti-oil measures. Ventura County’s […]

Board of Supervisors to host COVID-19 press conference Aug. 19 at 1 p.m.; report on Holser Fire which has burned over 2,500 acres; 20 percent contained

Board of Supervisors to host COVID-19 press conference Aug. 19 at 1 p.m.; report on Holser Fire which has burned over 2,500 acres;  20 percent contained

By Michael Hernandez VENTURA—The Ventura County Board of Supervisors announced a COVID-19 press conference at 1 p.m. Aug. 19 after meeting almost two hours in a closed session concerning Pastor Rob McCoy and Godspeak Calvary.  No announcement was made on Agenda Item 4 when the Board of Supervisors returned to open session. Citizens Journal is […]

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