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Agromin Launches California Compost To Help Jurisdictions Comply With SB 1383’s Annual Organic Waste Procurement Requirements

Agromin Launches California Compost To Help Jurisdictions Comply With SB 1383’s Annual Organic Waste Procurement Requirements

Oxnard, Calif. (December 6, 2021) –Agromin, one of California’s largest organic waste recyclers, has launched California Compost www.CaliforniaCompost.net to help California jurisdictions assess, source and procure organic waste tonnage to comply with California SB 1383. SB 1383 www.calrecycle.ca.gov goes into effect January 1, 2022. It is designed to reduce state methane gas emissions to combat […]

City Of Ventura Hosts Virtual Workshops To Help Residents And Businesses With New Organics Recycling Requirements

City Of Ventura Hosts Virtual Workshops To Help Residents And Businesses With New Organics Recycling Requirements

Ventura, Calif. – The City of Ventura will host two virtual workshops for residents and businesses to provide information about the new Organics Recycling Program required by California Senate Bill (SB) 1383. Community members and businesses are invited to join the City’s Environmental Sustainability team to learn about new state requirements, changes to residential and commercial waste services, […]

Ventura College Foundation Revises Scholarship Application Requirements; Removes Barriers To Applying

Ventura College Foundation Revises Scholarship Application Requirements; Removes Barriers To Applying

Ventura, CA–The Ventura College Foundation has revised its scholarship application requirements. The changes are designed to remove barriers to applying. The revisions were approved by the foundation board and are effective immediately. “We reviewed our scholarship program outcome data, researched best practices for scholarship providers along the lines of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and conducted […]

California Construction Laborers Earn $19.49 Per Hour

California Construction Laborers Earn $19.49 Per Hour

Mike LaFirenza The labor market recovery from COVID-19 continues to be challenging in many industries and professions. Job growth has been slower than expected in recent months during the spread of the Delta variant. Simultaneously, many industries—particularly with lower-wage jobs—are struggling to attract and retain workers. Despite increasing wages and an abundance of job opportunities, […]

The Making of a Great Oxnard City Clerk

The Making of a Great Oxnard City Clerk

By Peter K. Godinez, Ambassador to Public Sector, SoCal Office Technologies – A Xerox Company The position of the City of Oxnard Clerk plays such a vital role in the success of the city. Yet its importance has been overlooked compared to the other offices in this largest city municipality in the tri-counties of California (Ventura, Santa Barbara and […]

Oxnard solicited, will appoint Citizen Advisory Groups (CAG) members Tuesday night.

Oxnard solicited, will appoint Citizen Advisory Groups (CAG) members Tuesday night.

By Dan Pinedo Oxnard utilizes Citizen Advisory Groups (CAG’s) to provide input on city policies. The Mayor called a CAG meeting for 1-20-15 to discuss member candidates and requirements. Appointmemts will be made at the Tuesday, 1/27-15 Council  meeting which starts at 6 pm at City Hall, so it’s too late to apply for this year. These are the […]