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City of Ventura invites the community to attend General Plan virtual meetings

City of Ventura invites the community to attend General Plan virtual meetings

Ventura, CA. — Community members, local businesses, and community groups are invited to participate in the first of many engagement opportunities as the City develops a new long-term vision through the creation of an updated General Plan, themed “Our Vision, Our Future.” The General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC) will kick off the first virtual public meeting […]

City of Ventura Launches General Plan Update

City of Ventura Launches General Plan Update

Ventura, CA. — This week, the City of Ventura launches the first phase of public engagement activities to update the General Plan. The theme of the update “Our Vision. Our Future,” reflects the importance of encouraging community members to be involved in shaping Ventura’s quality of life for the next 20 to 30 years. “The General […]

Comment on Ventura County’s General Plan Update While There’s Still Time

Comment on Ventura County’s General Plan Update While There’s Still Time

Curious about how the General Plan may impact you? The Plan proposes many policies that mandate electrification of homes and businesses. Living and doing business in Ventura is already costly. These policies will drive up the costs even more. But don’t take our word for it – the U.S. Department of Energy just released a […]

Santa Paula Council Approves 2040 General Plan

Santa Paula Council Approves 2040 General Plan

By Sheryl Hamlin After a period of four plus years, 20+ public events, 1200 direct notices and hundreds of pages of planning language, the 2040 General Plan of Santa Paula was approved by the City Council on March 4, 2020. What is a General Plan? Quite simply, the General Plan is a written document providing […]

Working families should beware of County’s General Plan

Working families should beware of County’s General Plan

    By Mike Judge This my opinion and is not being written on behalf of the Simi Valley City Council. Ventura County used to be an affordable place where the middle class could thrive, but the dream of affording a home is now out of reach for most residents. It’s not surprising that over […]

Santa Paula Planning: Six Affordable Single Family Homes Approved and General Plan Update

Santa Paula Planning: Six Affordable Single Family Homes Approved and General Plan Update

By Sheryl Hamlin Habitat for Humanity to Build Six Homes at 14th and Prieto Streets According to Planner Tarantino, this Santa Paula neighborhood was originally developed in the 1980’s with a parcel of .45 acre never finished. The original site plan created in the 1980’s called for the three undeveloped lots to face 14th Street, […]

Ventura County General Plan Update | Taxpayers Deserve to Know Cost

Ventura County General Plan Update | Taxpayers Deserve to Know Cost

As most of you know, Ventura County is currently in the process of updating its General Plan for the first time in over 30 years.  This multi-year process is in the latter phases, with a Draft General Plan recently approved by the Board of Supervisors.  This document will then move on to an Environmental Impact Analysis […]

Santa Paula Planning: Proposed Family Motel and Housing Plan

Santa Paula Planning: Proposed Family Motel and Housing Plan

By Sheryl Hamlin The September 24, 2019 meeting of the Santa Paula Planning Commission included a review of a proposed “family motel” to be located on the corner of 12th Street and Harvard. Planner Arroyo explained that she was related to the owners of the restaurant on this property which closed earlier this year and […]

Moorpark Council Budgets $500k For General Plan

Moorpark Council Budgets $500k For General Plan

By  Gina Harden  MOORPARK | The Moorpark City Council enjoyed a relatively quiet meeting Wednesday night with few community members in attendance and zero public comments despite noteworthy items on the Sept. 4 agenda. Following a presentation by Planning Manager Doug Spondello, the Council unanimously approved a resolution to amend the budget and authorized staff […]

Residents invited to share their vision for Thousand Oaks growth

Residents invited to share their vision for Thousand Oaks growth

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—Community residents will be able to share their vision of how they believe Thousand Oaks should grow in upcoming community workshops focused on the first new General Plan in over 50 years. A community workshop has been planned for Thursday, Sept. 12 from 6-8 p.m. at Robles Greens Golf Course Sunset […]

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