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House Farm Workers! Welcomes New Executive Director Gabrielle Vignone

House Farm Workers! Welcomes New Executive Director Gabrielle Vignone

Ventura County – After an extensive search, the House Farm Workers! Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Gabrielle Vignone has accepted the position of Executive Director at the nonprofit and began her new position on October 1, 2021. Gabrielle Vignone joins the organization with over 13 years of comprehensive experience in the housing […]

Community Environmental Council, El Gato Channel Foundation, And The City Of Santa Barbara Parks & Recreation Department Hold Ribbon Cutting To Celebrate New Hydration Stations In Public Parks

Community Environmental Council, El Gato Channel Foundation, And The City Of Santa Barbara Parks & Recreation Department Hold Ribbon Cutting To Celebrate New Hydration Stations In Public Parks

September 17, 2021 SANTA BARBARA, CA – The Community Environmental Council (CEC) is proud to announce the addition of two bottle filling hydration stations in Alameda and Shoreline parks. CEC is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, September 17 at 11:00 a.m. at the Alameda Park hydration station, located near the Kids World playground. City of […]

Operation Clear Track

Operation Clear Track

Nature of Incident: Operation Clear Track Location: Camarillo, Ca Date & Time: September 20th – 26th Unit(s) Responsible: Camarillo Police Department Traffic Bureau Narrative: The Camarillo Police Department joins North American railroad safety effort aimed at reducing preventable deaths and injuries near tracks and trains Camarillo, CA – The Camarillo Police Department is proud to […]

Safe and Clean Efforts | City of Ventura attempts to Clean up its Public Spaces

Safe and Clean Efforts | City of Ventura attempts to Clean up its Public Spaces

As part of the City of Ventura’s ongoing efforts to respond to concerns from the community as well as business merchants regarding illegal behaviors in the parks and surrounding areas of the downtown corridor, 4000 block of E. Main St, and the Victoria corridor, the Ventura Police Department, partnered with allied agencies, conducted enhanced patrols […]

Unveiling of Westpark’s “Lion Bench”

Unveiling of Westpark’s “Lion Bench”

The City of Ventura’s Parks, Recreation & Community Partnerships department cordially invites the public to a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil Westpark’s new Lion Bench on Wednesday, October 11, at noon, at the Westpark Community Center located at 450 West Harrison Street.  This bench, generously donated by The Ventura Downtown Lion’s Club, will complement the Lion […]

Oxnard passes watered down sanctuary “safe” city resolution

Oxnard passes watered down sanctuary “safe” city resolution

By George Miller On Tuesday, July 25, the Oxnard City Council passed a watered down “sanctuary city” resolution, which they re-labeled “safe” city. Essentially, it is a slightly modified version of a policy put in effect by Police Chief Scott Whitney months ago, with the agreement of the Council. It basically says that the City/police […]

Here’s an example of a bank you want to avoid

Here’s an example of a bank you want to avoid

By Simon Black, March 6, 2017 , Santiago, Chile A few weeks ago, one of our Europe-based Total Access members reached out to ask us about a bank account he was considering for his new business. This is important stuff. As I’ve written before, most people spend more time thinking about what they’re going to have […]

The Bullet Train Is Like the Walking Dead

The Bullet Train Is Like the Walking Dead

By Jon Coupal Pop quiz. Which of the following statements is true? A. California High speed rail (HSR) will allow riders to travel between Los Angeles and San Francisco in about two and a half hours for $50. B. The total cost of HSR will be about $40 billion. C. About half the cost of […]