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Santa Paula Financially Healthy Despite COVID-19 Obstacles

Santa Paula Financially Healthy Despite COVID-19 Obstacles

Santa Paula, CA – During the November 18 Santa Paula City Council meeting, the Council heard a status report on the City’s financial health presented by City Finance Director Christy Ramirez. Next month, the City Council will move forward on voting on the budget revision proposed by the City. Although the Santa Paula community has […]

City’s Finance Department Eliminates More Than 60 Material Weaknesses and Clears Nearly 90% of Audit Findings through Improved Internal Controls and Efficiencies   

City’s Finance Department Eliminates More Than 60 Material Weaknesses and Clears Nearly 90% of Audit Findings through Improved Internal Controls and Efficiencies   

OXNARD, Calif. – Oxnard continues to overhaul the City’s financial management systems, with its new leadership team and staff resolving nearly every major audit issue in just under three years. “This validates the fact that Oxnard is being a responsible steward of taxpayer dollars and that the days of financial mismanagement are behind us,” said […]

Taxes Getting Back to Normal (Or Not?)

Taxes Getting Back to Normal (Or Not?)

By John Wurts It seems strange for tax season to end in summer instead of spring, but this year July 15 is the new April 15. The folks who usually wait until April are now waiting until July. The IRS has waived all penalty for late filing as long as you file and pay by […]

National Debt Isn’t $23 Trillion, It’s $122 Trillion

National Debt Isn’t $23 Trillion, It’s $122 Trillion

BY MARK TAPSCOTT WASHINGTON—America’s current national debt stands at roughly $23.3 trillion, according to the U.S. Treasury Department’s nifty “Debt to the Penny” website, which is so precise that visitors can pick a specific date in the recent past—say Jan. 1, 2000—and get the exact amount on that day: $5,776,091,314,225.33. While based on those figures, the national debt has more […]

Oxnard’s Business/Jobs

Oxnard’s Business/Jobs

By Aaron Starr for Oxnard Mayor campaign   Video: Mayoral candidate and local financial executive Aaron Starr talks about Oxnard’s jobs/business and what could be … Watch Video:   Aaron Starr for Oxnard Mayor   Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Election 2018: Oxnard “Trash Commercial”

Election 2018: Oxnard “Trash Commercial”

By Aaron Starr for Oxnard Major campaign   Video: Mayoral candidate and local financial executive Aaron Starr discusses cleaning up Oxnard, in more ways than one …   Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Oxnard’s Finances- a Dream

Oxnard’s Finances- a Dream

By Aaron Starr for Oxnard Major campaign   Video: Mayoral candidate and local financial executive Aaron Starr “dreams” about Oxnard’s financial problems and what could be …. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

The L.A. Chargers’ Finances Has NFL Owners Worried

The L.A. Chargers’ Finances Has NFL Owners Worried

    By Jena Greene | Reporter   NFL ratings may be on the rise this season, but league owners and executives are growing dubious about one team’s financial straights. According to ESPN’s Seth Wickersham, NFL front office management discussed the Los Angeles Chargers’ “viability” in this week’s league owners meeting. We’re about to enter Week 7 of the NFL, and with Rams-mania sweeping sports […]

Guv Brown Demands Nation Subsidize Sacramento Corruption and Radical Policies

Guv Brown Demands Nation Subsidize Sacramento Corruption and Radical Policies

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Jerry Brown is really upset!  President Trump and the Congressional GOP’ers have a tax plan to stop the nation from subsidizing the corruption and radical policies in Sacramento—Hundreds of billions for trains to nowhere, abusive Delta Tunnels, $21 billion for illegal aliens, a collapsing pension system […]

Ventura Mayor Erik Nasarenko Discusses Current City Issues

Ventura Mayor Erik Nasarenko Discusses Current City Issues

By Our Ventura TV Ventura Mayor, Erik Nasarenko, speaks with Sandra Siepak about the City of Ventura’s finances, ongoing drought and the library system. Nasarenko touches upon recent sales tax increase, homelessness, support for the Museum of Ventura County and other matters. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

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