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Gold Coast Transit District General Manager Announces Retirement After 43-year Career

Gold Coast Transit District General Manager Announces Retirement After 43-year Career

Citizens Journal News Services Oxnard, CA – After a career spanning over 43 years in the transit industry, Gold Coast Transit District’s General Manager, Steven P. Brown, announced today he will retire as head of the largest public transit agency in Ventura County, when his contract expires at the end of December 2021. Brown joined GCTD in […]

California Controller Publishes 2020 Payroll Data For Special Districts

California Controller Publishes 2020 Payroll Data For Special Districts

SACRAMENTO—State Controller Betty T. Yee today published 2020 self-reported payroll data for California special districts on the Government Compensation in California (GCC) website. The data cover 136,758 positions and a total of nearly $8.42 billion in 2020 wages and more than $2.36 billion in health and retirement costs for 2,978 special districts.   Users of the site […]

VCCCD Chancellor Greg Gillespie Announces Retirement in 2022

VCCCD Chancellor Greg Gillespie  Announces Retirement in 2022

Camarillo, Calif. (August 17, 2021)—Since joining the Ventura County Community College District, Greg Gillespie, Ph.D., has continually strived to provide students with access to high-quality, relevant educational programs and support services, first as president of Ventura College, and currently as VCCCD chancellor. After eight years of service to the District, Gillespie has announced his retirement, effective […]

Why You Should Start Planning for Retirement in Your 30’s

Why You Should Start Planning for Retirement in Your 30’s

Column When you’re in your 30’s, retirement is a good 35 to 40 years away. You’ve got decades to plan, right? Technically, yes, but there are growing concerns about the Social Security fund, rising cost of living and job instability. America is shifting more toward a gig-based economy every year, and technology is causing many […]

LIFESTYLE | 2020’s Best States to Retire – WalletHub Study

LIFESTYLE | 2020’s Best States to Retire – WalletHub Study

With 26 percent of all nonretired adults having no retirement savings or pension, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020’s Best States to Retire as well as accompanying videos. To help retirees find a safe, enjoyable and wallet-friendly place to call home, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 47 key metrics. The […]

T.O. Police Chief Retires After Investigation- Wrong Person Retiring?

T.O. Police Chief Retires After Investigation- Wrong Person Retiring?

    By George Miller   We are on the distribution list for Sheriff’s Dept announcements, but somehow we failed to receive the one on Thousand Oaks “Police Chief” Tim Hagel’s retirement and had to read about it in another publication. Here’s one from the City of Thousand Oaks. The KVTA one was a bit […]

Ventura Police Chief Ken Corney Announces Retirement

Ventura Police Chief Ken Corney Announces Retirement

After more than 33 years of service with the City of Ventura, Police Chief Ken Corney has announced his retirement effective 12/31/19. In reflecting on his career, Chief Corney said that “it has been a tremendous honor to work alongside the dedicated men and women of the Ventura Police Department, and to serve our community.” […]

Best Cities to Retire in the US – 2019

Best Cities to Retire in the US – 2019

ChamberofCommerce.org published the top 100 cities to retire in 2019, a ranking of the optimal cities for retirees based on variables that cover aspects such as cost of living, crime levels, and quality of life. Top 10 Best Cities to Retire New Bedford, Massachusetts Quincy, Massachusetts Warwick, Rhode Island New York, New York Fall River, Massachusetts Troy, […]

Officer James Langford Retires After 15 Years of Dedicated Service

Officer James Langford Retires After 15 Years of Dedicated Service

Oxnard, CA – Today, in front of family, friends, and colleagues, the Oxnard Police Department celebrated the outstanding career of Officer James Langford as he was presented with his retirement plaque honoring fifteen years of dedicated service to the City and its residents. Officer Langford began his law enforcement career with the Oxnard Police Department […]

Oxnard College President Cynthia Azari to Retire

Oxnard College President Cynthia Azari to Retire

Oxnard College President Cynthia Azari announced yesterday that she plans to retire June 30, 2019, to spend more time with family in New York and Southern California. Dr. Azari led Oxnard College beginning in March 2016 and has made an indelible mark on the campus. Dr. Azari worked to increase dual enrollment, oversee renovation of […]

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