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Housing Trust Fund Ventura County receives $250,000 U.S. Dept of the Treasury grant

Housing Trust Fund Ventura County receives $250,000 U.S. Dept of the Treasury grant

Recently, HTF Ventura County was notified by the U.S. Department of the Treasury that it is one of 73 recipients of a Technical Assistance grant. The $125,000 grant doubles to $250,000 due to State Proposition 1’s fund matching program. “Earlier this year we set a lofty $5 million fundraising goal by the end of 2019,” […]

The Enemies of American Infrastructure

The Enemies of American Infrastructure

    By Edward Ring Between 2008 and 2019, China opened up 33 high speed rail routes, connecting 39 major cities along four north-south and four east-west main lines. The 18,000 mile network runs trains at an average speed of around 200 miles per hour. By 2030, the Chinese expect to double the mileage of their high speed […]

Constituents, Veterans and concerned citizens attended the Katie Hill Veterans Forum in Palmdale CA on 8/24/19.

Constituents, Veterans and concerned citizens attended the Katie Hill Veterans Forum in Palmdale CA on 8/24/19.

    By Greg Aprahamian Newly elected CA Democrat Representative Katie Hill along with other California Democrat Reps. recently sent a letter to HUD Secretary Ben Carson condemning HUD’s move to prioritize American citizens over illegal aliens.  This letter was sent to Secretary Ben Carson because of HUD’s plan to vacate low income public housing units […]

The Density Delusion

The Density Delusion

    By Edward Ring For decades, American workers have watched as their ability to enjoy middle class lifestyles erodes away. Conventional explanations abound. American industry in the immediate aftermath of World War II was uniquely unscathed, and with a near monopoly on global manufacturing, it was able to pass much of the ample profits on […]

California residents fleeing to Nevada and Arizona as high taxes, home prices force them out

California residents fleeing to Nevada and Arizona as high taxes, home prices force them out

By Benjamin Brown | Fox News LAS VEGAS — After five years of living in sunny California, Billy Mitchell decided to leave the Golden State for the Nevada desert, where he could get more bang for his buck. “It’s ridiculous. The house I was living in, I was in Orange County in Fullerton, and it was maybe 1,300 […]

Ventura | Housing Authority Awarded $19 million for Phase Three of Westview Village Redevelopment

Ventura | Housing Authority Awarded $19 million for Phase Three  of Westview Village Redevelopment

Ventura, Calif. — The Housing Authority of the City of San Buenaventura (HACSB) has been awarded $18,983,730 from the California Strategic Growth Council for its Ventura Westside Housing and Active Transportation grant application. The award is granted through the state’s Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program (AHSC), which funds projects that promote healthier communities and […]

How Does a California Family Survive?

How Does a California Family Survive?

    By Edward Ring It’s common enough to discuss the high cost-of-living in California. It’s become a serious topic, at last. But for Californians who are used to paying ridiculous prices for everything, it may be helpful to present a comparison in the form of an annual family budget. How much does it cost to […]

Oxnard Council Levies Public Safety Pension Assessment, Tightens Gun Sales, Presents Cannabis License Reqmts

Oxnard Council Levies Public Safety Pension Assessment, Tightens Gun Sales, Presents Cannabis License Reqmts

By George Miller The Oxnard City Council held a meeting on the eve of Independence Day, 2019, to cover the following business: Meeting AGENDA, VIDEO We were informed that the so called “Carman Override” supplemental tax to close the gap in public safety pension funding (police & Fire) will be assessed to property owners at […]

Piru Gateway Community Grand Opening this Saturday

Piru Gateway Community Grand Opening this Saturday

Piru Gateway will host a Grand Opening of its new community on June 15th 2019 from 10:00am to 12 noon. Guests can tour the new, fully furnished and decorated model homes while enjoying food, drinks, music and fun. County Supervisor Kelly Long will “cut the ribbon” at 11:30am to officially welcome new residents and buyers […]

California is All Wrong on New Housing

California is All Wrong on New Housing

  By Richard Colman The target is 3.5 million new California homes by 2025.  That’s what California’s new Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom wants to see in the Golden State. When it comes to housing, Newsom has things backwards. Instead of encouraging the construction of new housing, Newsom should give people who live in California — […]