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Hemp may be put on Ice for Six Months by the Board of Supervisors

Hemp may be put on Ice for Six Months by the Board of Supervisors

By Debra Tash The Ventura County Board of Supervisors held a special meeting in Moorpark, November 19 2019 at 6 PM.  The City’s Council Chamber was at overflow capacity. County Counsel stated that even though the licensing is regulated by the state for growing hemp it is within the Board’s power to regulate its cultivation […]

Award-Winning Author, Editor Citizens Journal, to Speak at November 2 Meeting of California Writers Club

Award-Winning Author, Editor Citizens Journal, to Speak at November 2 Meeting of California Writers Club

Award-winning American author, journalist, and speaker Debra Tash will present “Historical Fiction — An Invitation to Your Readers” at the November 2 meeting of The San Fernando Valley Chapter of The California Writers Club. Registration starts at 12:45 p.m. with the meeting beginning at 1 p.m. at the Motion Picture and TV Fund, 23388 Mulholland […]

Councilmember’s Video brings Division to Simi Valley

Councilmember’s Video brings Division to Simi Valley

By Debra Tash and Michael Hernandez The chamber was packed at Simi Valley Council’s contentious July 29th 2019 meeting.  A councilmember’s controversial video brought out supporters as well as opposition.  The discussion was not on the agenda and speakers were held to the public comments section of the meeting.  The opinions expressed by the over […]

Explore the Mind of Leonardo da Vinci | New Exhibit Opens at the Reagan Library

Explore the Mind of Leonardo da Vinci | New Exhibit Opens at the Reagan Library

By Debra Tash “The World of da Vinci” officially opened at the Ronald Reagan Library on May 24th.  The traveling exhibit was constructed in Milan Italy using the Codex Atlanticus which Leonardo had penned over 500 years ago.  Da Vinci was the quintessential Renaissance man. Leonardo, has he is known in Italy, was born out […]

New Housing Report Shows Home Prices Dropping in Southern California

New Housing Report Shows Home Prices Dropping in Southern California

By Debra Tash New data shows that Southern California home prices dropped in the month of March.  The data was collected by CoreLogic, from their website: “Powering Housing Through Data, Analytics and Connectivity”. In a six county region outlined in their complete report march-2019-southland-chart mean prices fell by 0.1% or an average of $18,500.  Homes […]

Board of Supervisors Push through Wildlife Corridor in Major Blow to Property Owners

Board of Supervisors Push through Wildlife Corridor in Major Blow to Property Owners

By Debra Tash Agenda Item 31. Public Hearing Regarding County-Initiated Proposal to Amend the General Plan and Articles 2, 3, 4, 5, 9 and 18 of the Non-Coastal Zoning Ordinance (PL16-0127) to Establish a Habitat Connectivity and Wildlife Corridors Overlay Zone and a Critical Wildlife Passage Areas Overlay Zone, and to Adopt Regulations for these […]

Young Conservatives Speak About Politics in the Age of Memes

Young Conservatives Speak About Politics in the Age of Memes

  By Debra Tash The Channel Islands Republican Women Federated, CIRWF, hosted a panel of young adults from 18-24, also known as Generation Z. They are local Ventura County residents who hold views that may be seen by some as atypical of their peers. Asked by the moderator, Port Hueneme’s Mayor Will Berg, what conservative […]

Lamentations from an “Almost” Delegate | This State Party is Circling the Political Drain

Lamentations from an “Almost” Delegate | This State Party is Circling the Political Drain

    By Debra Tash This weekend the California GOP will elect a new chair. If the 900 or so delegates pass over Stephen Frank and elect either Travis Allen or Jessica Patterson, the Party will no longer be circling the drain, it will be sucked down the pipe and flushed into the sea, new […]

Ventura County Wildlife Regulations Met Major Resistance | Commissioners Have Reservations Moving Forward

Ventura County Wildlife Regulations Met Major Resistance | Commissioners Have Reservations Moving Forward

By Debra Tash On January 31, 2019, a late January storm raged outside while another storm raged in the County Government Center today.  A Planning Commission hearing was held in an attempt to enact major restrictions on property owners in the unincorporated area.  County personnel had to open up the lower plaza room as well […]

New Book: Last Call America by Debra Tash

New Book: Last Call America by Debra Tash

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