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Opportunity Knocks for Amenities on the Santa Clara River in East Ventura

Opportunity Knocks for Amenities on the Santa Clara River in East Ventura

Busy, Busier, Busiest: Twelve 3 to 5 story apartment buildings proposed for Hwy. 101 and Johnson Dr.

Busy, Busier, Busiest: Twelve 3 to 5 story apartment buildings proposed for Hwy. 101 and Johnson Dr.

By Nina Danza The intersection of Hwy 101 and Johnson Drive is about to get very busy. Probably about 305 new apartments in 12 new three-to-five story buildings, and a lot of new auto trips busy. These consequences are the result of a proposed project at the now vacant lot on the corner of N. […]

Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn talks about Channel Islands Harbor management agreement renewal

Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn talks about Channel Islands Harbor management agreement renewal

By George Miller (3-10-15)- Host George Miller, CitizensJournal.us Publisher, interviews Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn and Hollywood Beach resident/analyst David Finn, for KADYTV, on the upcoming Channel Island Harbor management agreement discussion and renewal vote coming up at the Tuesday, March 17 City Council meeting (will be listed 3-12-15 HERE). The Good Morning Oxnard Show is recorded most Wednesday mornings […]

Santa Paula’s East Area 1 (EA1) Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

Santa Paula’s East Area 1 (EA1) Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

By Sheryl Hamlin Chronology of Project A history of the proposed East Area 1 project dates from 1998 to the present. Some key dates are as follows: 2008: Santa Paula approves the EA1 project in a joint meeting of the City Council and the Planning Commission 2008: EA1 Specific Plan Amendment was created and approved […]

Historic Joint Meeting: Santa Paula City Council & Santa Paula Unified School District Governing Board

Historic Joint Meeting: Santa Paula City Council & Santa Paula Unified School District Governing Board

By Sheryl Hamlin Historic, as in a famous or important in history, is perhaps hyperbole; however, the joint meeting held on January 26, 2015 between the Santa Paula City Council and the Santa Paula Unified School District Governing Board was the first joint session of its kind between these two entities. Five members of each […]

Santa Paula: Limoneira – East Area development faces its greatest challenge–Part 3

Santa Paula: Limoneira – East Area development faces its greatest challenge–Part 3

By Sheryl Hamlin Water Like demographics, the study of water and availability varies by the forecaster or the consultant. On September 3, 2013, water was the main topic of the Santa Paula City Council Meeting. A water consultant invited by the city, reported on water conditions. He noted that Limoneira had provided the questions for […]

Santa Paula: Limoneira – East Area development faces headwinds–Part 2

Santa Paula: Limoneira – East Area development faces headwinds–Part 2

By Sheryl Hamlin Multiple headwinds face the Limoneira East Area I and II projects: demographics, fallout from the housing bubble, fallout from the financial crisis, stagnant wages and an overbuilt retail sector. Demographers map generations by major life events. In 1998, the Baby Boomers, those born between 1946 and 1964, were between 34 and 52 […]

Limoneira: Agribusiness and Real Estate Development–East Area–Part 1

Limoneira: Agribusiness and Real Estate Development–East Area–Part 1

By Sheryl Hamlin History 1998 – 2014 An early report about the East Area Project in Santa Paula was published on April 14, 1998 in the Los Angeles Times. The Santa Paula city council considered a 20-year plan which would add 9,570 acres to the community’s current 2,908 acres. There was much dissention that evening. […]

Moorpark Council approves first step in development along Gabbert Road

Moorpark Council approves first step in development along Gabbert Road

The Moorpark City Council gave the green-light to Moorpark Property 67 to submit their application to change the General Plan…but they did it with a major revision.  The group, which is only applying for a per-screening, has already had their project go through four revisions since they first proposed it in 2009 for the 67.96 […]

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