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Toilet to Tap (DPR) Changes 100 Years of Public Health Policy

Toilet to Tap (DPR) Changes 100 Years of Public Health Policy

by Sheryl Hamlin California Water Boards held a webinar to announce the beginning of Public Comments for the proposed plan for Direct Potable Reuse (DPR) of wastewater. The comment period ends on 6/25/2021. Comments should be sent to [email protected] The source of the documents is located at https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/drinking_water/certlic/drinkingwater/direct_potable_reuse.html. The webinar may be viewed here: video […]

A Grand Alliance: The Postal Service and Our Democratic Rights

A Grand Alliance: The Postal Service and Our Democratic Rights

By Sheryl Hamlin Day 3 of A Grand Alliance was broken into two segments: THE POSTAL SERVICE AND OUR DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS and THE POSTAL SERVICE AND VIBRANT COMMUNITIES. Segment 1: The Postal Service and Our Democratic Rights The panelists were Jennifer Lamson, Democracy Initiative, Hilary Shelton, NAACP, Melanie Campbell, National Coalition on Black Civic Participation […]

A Grand Alliance: Anti-Privatization and the Postal Service

A Grand Alliance: Anti-Privatization and the Postal Service

by Sheryl Hamlin The second day of the three day webinar on Saving the US Postal Service was dedicated to Postal Financial Services. The keynote speakers were Dave Ward, CWU, UK and Donald Cohen from In the Public Interest. The moderator was Chastity Murphy from The Appeal. Dave Ward who specializes in postal logistics said […]

A Grand Alliance: Save The US Postal Service

A Grand Alliance: Save The US Postal Service

by Sheryl Hamlin Introductory remarks were made by Rob Weissman, Executive Director of Public Citizen, Josh Gray representing Melanie Campbell of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation, APWU President, Mark Dimondstein and Actor, Director, Producer, Political Activist Danny Glover. The three day webinar launched with diverse speakers: Judy Beard from APWU, Sarah Anderson, Institute […]

COVID-19 Vaccines: Current Evidence and Clinical Considerations

COVID-19 Vaccines: Current Evidence and Clinical Considerations

    by Sheryl Hamlin Presented by the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM.org), this ninety minute webinar included an array of doctors with different specialties, but all versed in current Covid issues. Watch the webinar here. Dr. Robert Luby, MD, introduced the webinar, as part of a larger course. Speakers: Dr. Patrick Hanaway, MD, a […]

Covid Czar More Than Vaccination

Covid Czar More Than Vaccination

    Submitted by Sheryl Hamlin Dr. Edo McGowan, responding to an editorial in the Montecito Journal, fine tunes the role of Covid Czar to include all stages of the process, not simply vaccine rollout. He states: Is the COVID Czar going to be a “go-to” source for what to do until one gets vaccinated? […]

Covid Positive? Now What?

Covid Positive? Now What?

    By Sheryl Hamlin The webinar on January 27, 2021 hosted by the AAPS answered that question based on in-the-field work by their network of doctors worldwide. Here is a link to the overview of their work and some of the participants: Paper Early Ambulatory Treatment The webinar was entitled Pathophysiologic Basis and Clinical […]

Physician-led (not industry-controlled) clinical trials of early treatment for COVID-19

Physician-led (not industry-controlled) clinical trials of early treatment for COVID-19

By Sheryl Hamlin Hosted by American Association of Physicians and Surgeons, the January 7, 2021 webinar featured Dr. Sabine Hazan, MD, whose medical businesses are located in Ventura county. Source: Dr. Hazan, 1/7/2021 Dr. Hazan, a gastroenterologist, specialized initially in fecal transplants where stools from healthy patients are transplanted to others. Such work showed her […]

Santa Paula: New Employees, Wastewater Blues, Homeless Shelter Payment

Santa Paula: New Employees, Wastewater Blues, Homeless Shelter Payment

by Sheryl Hamlin The Santa Paula City Council Meeting of November 18, 2020 included a dense calendar of reports and action items. This article will summarize highlights. New Employees and Promotions Jonathan Royas is a new management analyst; Julie Latshaw is the new Deputy City Clerk; and Cindy Madrigal from the Public Works Department will […]

Santa Paula: New Motel and New Rehab Home

Santa Paula: New Motel and New Rehab Home

by Sheryl Hamlin The Santa Paula Planning Commission approved two projects during the October 27, 2020 meeting. Harvard Motel This project was previously reviewed at the September 2019 meeting. Read that report here. Nothing has changed since the original concept review. With only 100 hotel rooms in Santa Paula … Santa Paula Inn (14), Ocean […]

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