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Board of Supervisors Ventura County | Special Closed Door Meeting – Email Comments in Support of Pastor McCoy

Board of Supervisors Ventura County |  Special Closed Door Meeting – Email Comments in Support of Pastor McCoy

Email Public Comment in Advance of the Meeting to Support Pastor Rob McCoy If you wish to make a comment on agenda item number 4 by email or mail, please submit your comment via email by 3:30 p.m. on the day prior to the Board meeting. Please submit your comment to the Clerk of the […]

Oxnard Attempts to Spike Starr Initiatives; Ponders Electrical Supply

Oxnard Attempts to Spike Starr Initiatives; Ponders Electrical Supply

By George Miller A very contentious 1-15 -20 Oxnard Council special meeting featured mostly strong opposition to the Aaron Starr-led Moving Oxnard Forward voter initiatives. Open discussion was bracketed by before and after closed sessions to discuss and determine next steps on the Russ Branson consultant’s report on 3 of the 4  initiatives. The open […]

Oxnard to Sue Starr to Block Three Initiatives

Oxnard to Sue Starr to Block Three Initiatives

By George Miller At a contentions 6 hour meeting Tuesday night, after a closed session, the Oxnard City Council voted 6-1 to sue Aaron Starr, lead author of 5 voter initiatives, to block three of them from being put on the ballot. Story will follow.   George Miller is Publisher/Co-Founder of CitizensJournal.us and a “retired” […]

Oxnard Council Advances Anti-Gun, Anti-Drilling Agendi, Will Appeal Losing Case Against Aaron Starr Wastewater Rate Rollback

Oxnard Council Advances Anti-Gun, Anti-Drilling Agendi, Will Appeal Losing Case Against Aaron Starr Wastewater Rate Rollback

By George Miller At the first Oxnard Council meeting of the year on January 8, activist members were already advancing their very political agenda, mostly pushed by Mayor Pro-Tem Carmen Ramirez. Agreed to agendize opposing VC Fairgrounds gun shows (if voted on, it would have no legal effect, as Oxnard has no jurisdiction). Passed a […]

Help us beat Kamala Harris on Second amendment rights

Help us beat Kamala Harris  on Second amendment rights

   https://www.calgunsfoundation.org   We just scored a historical victory!  Last week, The Ninth Circuit, in a case brought before it by The Calguns Foundation, ruled that the “right of law-abiding citizens to keep and to bear arms is not a second-class right, subject to an entirely different body of rules than the other Bill of Rights […]

Oxnard won’t let you see things on: litigation, employee evaluation and real estate deals

Oxnard won’t let you see things on: litigation, employee evaluation and real estate deals

Oxnard is holding a closed special meeting (AGENDA) Monday, 2-29-16 on anticipated litigation, employee performance evaluation and real estate negotiations. At the regular Tuesday meeting 3-1-16 (AGENDA), the Council will hear the status of Maintenance Assessment Districts (MAD’s), a Regional Emergency Response Operations Agreement,  the Recycled Waterline Project, Specific Plan Amendment No. 1 to the Village Specific Plan, Issuance […]

Frustrated Camarillo Springs Homeowners

Frustrated Camarillo Springs Homeowners

By Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council unanimously approved extending the Emergency Proclamation for 30 additional days. The community suffered debris flow from rain storms last year. HOA President, Barbara Williams spoke about the forecast for more rain in May, rebuilding homes, dealing with insurance companies, and meeting with Caltrans about the drainage from the […]

Supreme Court Delivers Big Win for Landowners!

Supreme Court Delivers Big Win for Landowners!

Viewpoint By: Paul Beard II Mr. Beard will be speaking in Newbury Park, CA on 10/3/13. Stay tuned for details. In June, the United States Supreme Court decided a case that stands to benefit all property owners across the country who find themselves in the land-use permit process.  In Koontz v. St. Johns River Water […]