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Ventura County Dropping COVID Lawsuits Against 5 Businesses, But NOT Churches

Ventura County Dropping COVID Lawsuits Against 5 Businesses, But NOT Churches

By George Miller Ventura County just announced that it is dropping lawsuits against the remaining five businesses which had resisted COVID lockdown restrictions. BUT, not churches as we learned today from a VC church. Per Emily Gardner, Principal Assistant County Counsel, the businesses are: The 5 most recently dismissed cases involved the following businesses: The […]

Oxnard Sets 5 Year Priorities; Trying to Sock Residents With More Taxes; Licenses 19 Pot Businesses

Oxnard Sets 5 Year Priorities; Trying to Sock Residents With More Taxes; Licenses 19 Pot Businesses

By George Miller The Oxnard City Council, on 3-16-21, voted to accept 5 year priorities* developed via surveys and previous meetings; made a host of additional commission/committee appointments, with more coming; Ventura County is moving from COVID “purple tier” restrictions to “red tier” (less restricted) on 3-17-21- still many constraints; Cannabis sales have skyrocketed, 16 […]

Oxnard City Council Meeting 3-2-21

Oxnard City Council Meeting 3-2-21

By George Miller On March 2, the Oxnard City Council voted to apply for a $27+ million loan for water infrastructure; was told that COVID vaccinations are ramping up, with mass sites available in Oxnard; filled many open commissions and committee positions, with more still open (YOU can apply); appointed its SCAG (Southern California Association […]

Oxnard Council Appoints Gabe Teran as District 2 Interim Council Member

Oxnard Council Appoints Gabe Teran as District 2 Interim Council Member

By George Miller The Oxnard City Council held a long special meeting focused only on appointing an interim District 2 Council Member, finally selecting Fremont South Neighborhood Council Chair Gabe Teran. After initially indicating  a preference for 5 different candidates, the six on the council narrowed it down with some legal guidance from City Attorney […]

Oxnard Council to Appoint Interim District 2 Councilmember Thursday

Oxnard Council to Appoint Interim District 2 Councilmember Thursday

By George Miller On Thursday, Feb. 4, the Oxnard Council will appoint an interim District 2 Councilmember to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Mayor ProTem Ramirez. Applicants: Barbarine, Lawrence Application Beranich, Justin Application Chavez, Pedro Application Dozier, Orlando Application Hartley, Tai Application Nanez, Lizanne Application Petris, Enrique Application Solis, Veronica Application Stewart, […]

Oxnard Council Moving on Filling District 2 Seat Vacated by Ramirez

Oxnard Council Moving on Filling District 2 Seat Vacated by Ramirez

By George Miller With Oxnard’s District 2 Council seat vacated by Mayor ProTem Carmen Ramirez after she won the District 5 County Board of Supervisor’s seat vacated by termed-out John Zaragoza, who won the Mayor’s seat vacated by Tim Flynn who unsuccessfully sought the seat won by Ramirez (got all that?). The council had trouble […]

“Not a Shred of Evidence of Election Fraud” ….

“Not a Shred of Evidence of Election Fraud” ….

  By George Miller, 1-19-21 On the eve of Biden’s inauguration as President, this is an opinion article, heavily supported by facts, suggesting that he has no legal right to be standing on that platform tomorrow. Election Fraud Claims Ignored or “Debunked” Yes, major media, political figures, NGO’s, bureaucrats, certain partisan bloggers, endlessly parroted the […]

Capitol Stormed While Thousand Oaks Pro-Trump Election Integrity Protest Happens

Capitol Stormed While Thousand Oaks Pro-Trump Election Integrity Protest Happens

By George Miller (article and photos) Hundreds participated in a Thousand Oaks Wednesday, January 6 rally/protest, while angry crowds in DC ran barricades and some even breached Capitol buildings. It was a rally for President Donald Trump and a protest against alleged massive election fraud which so far has foiled his re-election. They were spread […]

Christmas Celebration at Channel Islands Harbor

Christmas Celebration at Channel Islands Harbor

By George Miller With the Annual Parade of Lights cancelled, for COVID-19 (yes, really), some locals decided to do their own mostly small boat holiday parade on Saturday Night, December 12. Many homes are beautifully decorated as well. Just a few samples here ….                   George Miller […]

Latest VC COVID “Lockdown” Absurd

Latest VC COVID “Lockdown” Absurd

Editorial By George Miller Dear Ventura County Supervisors, Health Dept, CEO and Residents:   I see that you’re locking down the county even further, in response to Newsom’s ineffective and possibly illegal “orders.” I see that rather than pass ordinances, that you merely hide behind the Health Dept. and don’t even attempt to rubberstamp it […]

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