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Fisherman’s Wharf Update | Harbor Beach Community Alliance Meeting 2-22-18

Fisherman’s Wharf Update | Harbor Beach Community Alliance Meeting 2-22-18

A VERY IMPORTANT meeting is coming up, regarding the proposed Fisherman’s Wharf apartment project. The results of a recently-held Charrette, a meeting in which all stakeholders in a project attempt to resolve conflicts and map solutions, will be reviewed. The Charrette was held to discuss the status and future of Fisherman’s Wharf; the outcome of the Charrette […]

Searching for Solutions to SoCal’s Housing Crisis, YIMBYs Say ‘Yes’ to Development

Searching for Solutions to SoCal’s Housing Crisis, YIMBYs Say ‘Yes’ to Development

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views In the 1990’s and early part of this century, the NIMBY’s ran housing policy—now we have a shortage of housing, a shortage of affordable housing and governments in California are looking at massive projects, high density—and creating total gridlock.  The pendulum has swung and now the […]

Save Conejo Creek – Camarillo

Save Conejo Creek – Camarillo

By Dan Matthews   Another attempt to convert farmland to housing in the Camarillo Area.  As a Realtor, I wonder to what benefit this is to the current residents.  More houses will reduce the value of our current inventory.  It will increase traffic on our local streets and the 101 highway.  Just because we have […]

Newhall Ranch: Public Review Extended for Additional Environmental Analysis

Newhall Ranch: Public Review Extended for Additional Environmental Analysis

Billed as a new California city with 58,000 residents, stores, golf courses and commercial development, the two-decade Newhall Ranch projected has been dogged with environmental issues, such as the 2015 rejection by the California Supreme Court of the environmental report. Source:  KCET The project spans the Santa Clara River and extends west along State Route 126 […]

Limoneira/Lewis Denied 401 Certification for the East Area 1 Project

Limoneira/Lewis Denied 401 Certification for the East Area 1 Project

By Sheryl Hamlin The Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board notified the Limoneira/Lewis company that their application for a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification for the East Area 1 Specific Plan has been denied without prejudice “because it is inadequate” in a letter dated November 1, 2016. The 401 Permit affects […]

Ventura residential apartment developments disputed

Ventura residential apartment developments disputed

The agenda for the October 10, 2016 Ventura City Council meeting includes Requests for Call for Review of one project located at 11101 Carlos St and one project located on the south side of Citrus Drive, 400 feet east of Wells Road. The Planning Commission Staff Report dated 11 May 2016 for Project 8427 located […]

Fair Political Practices Commission Is Investigating SOAR and Supervisor Steve Bennett For Violations of Political Reform Act

Fair Political Practices Commission Is Investigating SOAR and Supervisor Steve Bennett For Violations of Political Reform Act

    The complaint centers around the fact that Bennett is listed as a controlling officer of the SOAR political committee, and that SOAR did not file pre-election statements leading up to the June 2016 primary election as required by the Political Reform Act when a candidate or elected official is on the ballot and […]

Santa Paula: Planning Commission Approves Santa Clarita Style Tract Development for Historic Hardison House

Santa Paula: Planning Commission Approves Santa Clarita Style Tract Development for Historic Hardison House

By Sheryl Hamlin Density versus preservation? That was the question of the evening, as the Santa Paula Planning Commission labored for about three hours on the proposed Williams Homes project at 1226 Ojai Road in Santa Paula. The historic Hardison family home has been the subject of two previous articles: Planning Commission initial hearing and […]

Santa Paula Planning Commission Continues Decision on Historic Hardison Home

Santa Paula Planning Commission Continues Decision on Historic Hardison Home

By Sheryl Hamlin Williams Homes of Santa Clarita bought the historic Hardison Home in 2014 for $1.4 million after the estate dropped the price by over one million dollars. It was originally listed in 2012 for $2.5 million by Scott Rushing Realtors. The Redfin listing includes numerous photographs of the interiors, as well as the […]

Santa Paula: Housing Tract at Peck and Foothill Denied by City Council

Santa Paula: Housing Tract at Peck and Foothill Denied by City Council

By Sheryl Hamlin This article is the third and final installment of the April 18, 2016 Santa Paula City Council Meeting. The first and second installments of this council meeting were published previously. To view the meeting click here and start at 1:33:00. Recent Project History A larger project was originally presented to the Santa […]

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