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Watchmen on the Wall Event – No Vax Mandate Workshop TONIGHT!

Watchmen on the Wall Event – No Vax Mandate Workshop TONIGHT!

News by Chris Bailey 15 September 2021, Ventura County With new decisions rolling from Federal, State, County AND city agencies, residents of Ventura County want more information that is both timely and accurate regarding the vaccine and it’s influence on their lives.. Tonight is an opportunity to do just that in a beautiful setting. Eden […]

Free LightGabler Seminar: Handling Employee Disabilities Without Disabling Your Workplace

Free LightGabler Seminar: Handling Employee Disabilities Without Disabling Your Workplace

Employment law firm LightGabler is presenting a free employment law seminar, “I’ve Fallen And I Can’t Get Up…. Handling Employee Disabilities Without Disabling Your Workplace.” The seminar will be held twice: Tuesday, May 8 in Oxnard and Tuesday, May 22 in Simi Valley. In today’s stressful environment, California employers find themselves faced with more employee illnesses, injuries […]

Your Employee Handbook…A Guide to Legal Compliance | Free Seminar

Your Employee Handbook…A Guide to Legal Compliance | Free Seminar

Camarillo, Calif.–Employment law firm LightGabler is presenting a free employment law seminar “Your Employee Handbook…A Guide to Legal Compliance, or a Roadmap to Litigation?” The seminar will be held twice: Tuesday, February 13 in Oxnard and Tuesday, February 27 in Simi Valley. A strategically sound and legally compliant employee handbook is arguably the most critical document employers can implement […]

KADYTV: Oxnard council shoots down new harbor agreement; Consultant audit blasts past city management

KADYTV: Oxnard council shoots down new harbor agreement; Consultant audit blasts past city management

By George Miller In this segment (3-18-15), order CitizensJournal.us Publisher George Miller comments on this week’s Oxnard news.  Topics covered were:  Audit of city government, vcialis 40mg with emphasis of finances and human resource management; Reaction to the proposed Channel Islands Harbor management agreement between Oxnard and Ventura County; Honoring 1972 Sunset Little League national […]

Oxnard budget not approved, large low income housing advanced, controversy over key city staff “evaluation”

Oxnard budget not approved, large low income housing advanced, controversy over key city staff “evaluation”

By George Miller July 15, 2013   Editor’s Note:  The following is a summary of the Oxnard City Council meeting of Tuesday, July 9th:   The $364 million (2013-14) and $426 million (2014-15) proposed budgets were not approved by the City Council because of excessive disagreements on priorities, missing items and questions about funding sources. Financial […]