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Veteran Collaborative of Ventura County Monthly Meeting 6-14-18

Veteran Collaborative of Ventura County Monthly Meeting 6-14-18

The monthly meeting is Thursday, June 14 at 9:30 AM. Networking starts at 9:00. The Collaborative meets at National University. Speakers/topics for June include: Mike McManus, VC Veteran Services Officer regarding the collaborative and VSO Introduction of Veteran Services Office staff Jannette Jauregui, Ventura County Area Agency on Aging regarding programs and Remembering VC Veterans […]

Thousand Oaks | Town Square to SB 54 (4-1 to do nothing) — The Fix Was In

Thousand Oaks | Town Square to SB 54 (4-1 to do nothing) — The Fix Was In

By Debra Tash Before facing down, then punting, on the issue of SB 54 Sanctuary State, which the Thousand Oaks Council buried deep in their agenda (page 7 of item 9C), they heard the Downtown Core Master Plan RESOLUTION ENDORSING DOWNTOWN CORE MASTER PLAN RES. NO. 2018. It was cooked up by the Raimi team, a […]

Speak out against Sanctuary Cities/State- Tonight!

Speak out against Sanctuary Cities/State- Tonight!

      Agenda: http://www.toaks.org/home/showdocument?id=18277 Meeting agenda Item 9C, legislative agenda, on P 7: City of Thousand Oaks 2018 Legislative Program: http://www.toaks.org/home/showdocument?id=18277 Text: SB 54  California Senate Bill 54 was approved by the Governor on October 5, 2017. This bill has been an item of interest at recent City Council meetings and will be an item of […]

Nationally Famous Nonie Darwish To Speak for Victims’ Rights Against Thousand Oaks’ Sanctuary City SB54 Status

Nationally Famous Nonie Darwish To Speak for Victims’ Rights Against Thousand Oaks’ Sanctuary City SB54 Status

THOUSAND OAKS, CA: On Tuesday, June 5th 2018, after 6pm, nationally known, concerned, naturalized citizen/pro-victims’-rights advocate Nonie Darwish will speak before the Thousand Oaks City Council in opposition to its sanctuary city status per SB54 (California Values Act, i.e. Sanctuary State Law). Where:           2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd.                         Thousand Oaks, CA 91362                         (Council Chambers) Contacts:       Mayor Andy Fox: […]

Oxnard Council Initiates Parks Master Plan; Trying to buy Successor Agcy. Properties; LMD’s Still Festering

Oxnard Council Initiates Parks Master Plan; Trying to buy Successor Agcy. Properties; LMD’s Still Festering

By George Miller At the 5-22-18 meeting, Oxnard City Council approved creating a Parks/Recreation Master Plan; City attempting to buy several key downtown Successor Agency properties;  Passed an anti price gouging during emergencies ordinance; discussed a future resolution opposing a federal bill to permit concealed carry gun permit reciprocity; City is seeking Citizens Advisory Council […]

Oxnard: Area Quake Risks Assessed by Celebrity Expert, Proposed Hotels Panned: $4MM in Trash Hauling Approved

Oxnard: Area Quake Risks Assessed by Celebrity Expert, Proposed Hotels Panned: $4MM in Trash Hauling Approved

By George Miller At the 5-15-18 Oxnard City Council meeting, Renown seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones did a fine summary of area earthquake risks and coping strategies, motivating the council to call for action and spread  her message. She pointed out that California earthquake risks in Ventura County are exceeded only by San Andreas Fault areas; Nearly […]

Public Puts SB54 Sanctuary State on Its Own Thousand Oaks Council Agenda

Public Puts SB54 Sanctuary State on Its Own Thousand Oaks Council Agenda

By Mike Batt The Thousand Oaks City Council has avoided taking a definite position on SB 54 “Sanctuary State,” also officially known perversely as “The California Values Act.” They have not opted to discuss it yet, but the public keeps forcing its own discussion in the public comments period of each Council meeting, most recently […]

Oxnard single audit bad news- City accused of hiding it; City Clerk lauded for special election

Oxnard single audit bad news- City accused of hiding it; City Clerk lauded for special election

By George Miller At the first Oxnard Council meeting after the unsuccessful Council recall attempt, the Council congratulated The City Clerk and staff for the success of the first city-run election in memory. Recall initiator and Mayoral candidate Aaron Starr’s wife, Alicia Percell, after hearing the bad news on the Single Audit presentation, accused the […]

SB54 Sanctuary state opponents lecture, demand action from Thousand Oaks City Council

SB54 Sanctuary state opponents lecture, demand action from Thousand Oaks City Council

By George Miller Dozens of people showed up at a 4-24-18  Thousand Oaks City Council meeting to oppose the SB54 Sanctuary State law, complain about the Council’s apparent  lack of resistance to it and demand action. A much smaller number of Sanctuary State advocates lectured opponents on why they thought it was good and why […]

Oxnard Council 2-20-18: Recall Update; Next Step on District Elections; Investment Policy

Oxnard Council 2-20-18: Recall Update; Next Step on District Elections; Investment Policy

By George Miller City Clerk Ascension updated special recall election status. a six district (plus Mayor) election map 635 was selected, district election sequences were determined and staff ordered to draft an ordinance for preliminary vote next week. Aaron Starr and Alicia Percell responded to Mayor Flynn’s allegedly illegal attack on Starr. Investment policy and annual […]