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EPA, Interior pink slip moment a jolt of sanity

EPA, Interior pink slip moment a jolt of sanity

Individuals with outside agencies who have advised the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Interior on matters related to science for years have been handed pink slips of sorts and placed under review in recent days. And note to left, which has been trying to stir a pot over the reviews and job vacancies: […]

Intel to lay off 11% of workforce- 12,000 employees

Intel to lay off 11% of workforce- 12,000 employees

Another warning sign: Subprime Auto Delinquencies Soar Past Crisis Levels, Now Highest In 20 Years

Another warning sign: Subprime Auto Delinquencies Soar Past Crisis Levels, Now Highest In 20 Years

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/18/2016 17:06 -0400 On Thursday night, we brought you a first-hand account of what’s really going on in subprime auto. According to a reader who works in the industry, the securitization machine may be grinding to a halt for deals that are stuffed with loans to borrowers with low (or no) […]

Qualcomm Lays Off 4,500 Workers While Demanding More H-1bs

Qualcomm Lays Off 4,500 Workers While Demanding More H-1bs

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 6-3-15: Fire Department response time; Refugio oil spill and more

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 6-3-15: Fire Department response time; Refugio oil spill and more

 By George Miller On this segment (6-3-15) of the Good Morning Oxnard Show- Host Peter Godinez interviews George Miller, Publisher of CitizensJournal.us on Oxnard News, consisting of: Animal Control budget; Fire Department response time; Street repair; Excess leave issues resolved; Landscaping assessments Also, host Peter Godinez interviews George Miller on the Refugio oil spill. This report was released […]

Oxnard Fire Dept incident response times officially a mystery- more important now that budget cuts will hit Dept.

Oxnard Fire Dept incident response times officially a mystery- more important now that budget cuts will hit Dept.

By George Miller Rapid response by the fire department is vital for public safety. City Council has requested Fire Department incident response time numbers repeatedly. A Fire Dept response time survey was pulled off  the 3-4-14 City Council meeting agenda due to lack of agreement on its accuracy. Those numbers showed that, overall,  only about […]