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Ventura County, CA | Unions Walk From PLA, Non-PLA Bid Process; Saves Taxpayers $9 Million Dollars

Ventura County, CA | Unions Walk From PLA, Non-PLA Bid Process; Saves Taxpayers $9 Million Dollars

A “Project Labor Agreement” (PLA) is when the government awards contracts for public construction projects exclusively to unionized firms. In November of 2020, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors (BOS) learned that a proposed PLA on county projects would likely result in tens of millions of added costs over the next five years. Their own […]

Borchard Wetlands

Borchard Wetlands

Commentary By William Hicks I’m a long time resident of Newbury Park that goes back to when Newbury Park was unincorporated. I take interest in the development of Newbury Park specifically as well as Thousand Oaks generally. I was an active community member at the start of City Council Meetings regarding the now beautiful Dos […]

Commentary | Action Needed – Recall Linda Parks!!!

Commentary | Action Needed – Recall Linda Parks!!!

Editorial  By Ronda Kennedy I am grateful for your support during my 2020 campaign for Congress. I am running again in 2022 but, there is a much bigger campaign in Ventura County that needs immediate attention. I ask your support to Recall Linda Parks, Ventura County Supervisor-District 2. For nearly a year Linda Parks has […]

Politics | Linda Parks’ exact words on her website…”Extremists are trying to recall me”.

Politics | Linda Parks’ exact words on her website…”Extremists are trying to recall me”.

From Gina Bacon for WeHaveRights.org I wish I was making this up, but Linda Parks is calling us “Extremists” just like our tyrant Governor Gavin Newsom. Parks only continues to strengthen our efforts by coinciding with Sacramento, YES, our Board of Supervisors sold us out last year and continue. Now that CDC Guidelines have killed […]

Open letter to Supervisor Linda Parks

Open letter to Supervisor Linda Parks

Dear Linda,  . You may remember that I was the treasurer for your earlier campaign. I used to live on Fisk court just a couple houses from you at the time. Now I’m in a different part of your district.  I think you should reverse your vote to close churches by force and I think […]

Open Letter to County Supervisors | DO NOT APPROVE agreements for Channel Islands Harbor Properties L.L.C. on Nov 5th

Open Letter to County Supervisors | DO NOT APPROVE agreements for Channel Islands Harbor Properties L.L.C. on Nov 5th

Dear  Steve Bennett, Linda Parks, Kelly Long, Bob Huber, John Zaragoza cc: Rosa Gonzalez My name is Debbie Mitchell, I live in Mandalay Bay in Oxnard. There is an item on the Agenda for November 5th 2019 at 11 am requesting approval to execute agreements extending the ERNs for  Channel Islands Harbor Properties L.L.C. I […]

Board of Supervisors Push through Wildlife Corridor in Major Blow to Property Owners

Board of Supervisors Push through Wildlife Corridor in Major Blow to Property Owners

By Debra Tash Agenda Item 31. Public Hearing Regarding County-Initiated Proposal to Amend the General Plan and Articles 2, 3, 4, 5, 9 and 18 of the Non-Coastal Zoning Ordinance (PL16-0127) to Establish a Habitat Connectivity and Wildlife Corridors Overlay Zone and a Critical Wildlife Passage Areas Overlay Zone, and to Adopt Regulations for these […]

Ventura County Senior Summit Takes On Tech!

Ventura County Senior Summit Takes On Tech!

Senior Citizens are invited to learn about digital technology to connect socially, maintain independence, and access services at the sixth Ventura County Senior Summit on Saturday, October 21, 2017, at California State University Channel Islands. This countywide event is free of charge, includes a complimentary continental breakfast and brown bag lunch, and will feature local […]

Democratic Club of Conejo Valley: SOAR Initiative to be discussed

Building the better mousetrap for rainwater

Building the better mousetrap for rainwater

By Susan Kline With the possibility of greater rainfall in the coming year, Supervisor Parks spoke about capturing that water for use in Ventura County at the Board of Supervisor’s meeting on April 15th. Parks said: “Noticed the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) scientists estimated El Nino by 66%… You wonder what we can […]

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