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SPAM: Jamming Dixieland Blues on a Green Canvas

SPAM: Jamming Dixieland Blues on a Green Canvas

By Sheryl Hamlin Architectural Preservation and Adaptive Reuse The staid white façade of the Roy Wilson, vialis 40mg Sr. designed 1920’s building at 117 North Tenth Street in downtown Santa Paula gives no hint of the lush and often provocative works of art on display at the Santa Paula Art Museum (SPAM). Originally used as […]

Santa Paula City Council: Water, Dogs, Money and Deteriorating Streets

Santa Paula City Council: Water, Dogs, Money and Deteriorating Streets

By Sheryl Hamlin Ms. Maddie Sifantus, dosage minister of the Universalist Unitarian Church, one of the historic structures in Santa Paula, gave the invocation. Minister Sifantus invoked participative democracy and harkened to Earth Day using the phrase “sustainable future”.  Her invocation aptly mirrored the evening’s agenda as the council plans for citizen involvement in the […]

The Historic Fruit Labels of the Heritage Valley

The Historic Fruit Labels of the Heritage Valley

By Sheryl Hamlin A 30 year veteran educator, diagnosis Jim Campos is also a collector of historic fruit box labels. One of many collectors of such ephemera who displayed their collections on Saturday, April 18, 2015 at the Santa Paula Agriculture Museum, Mr. Campos presented a one hour talk entitled “Ventura County Labels”.  In his […]

Oxnard Milestone is GREAT – First delivery of Non-Potable Landscape Water

Oxnard Milestone is GREAT  –  First delivery of Non-Potable Landscape Water

By Sheryl Hamlin GREAT is the acronym for the city of Oxnard’s ambitious, buy multi-phased water project: Groundwater Recovery Enhancement and Treatment. GREAT Phase I, a brackish water desalter to supply treated recycled water into the potable water supply, was projected for 2007. It was described in this LA Times Article of 2002, The desalter […]

Ventura Hillsides Conservancy Hillsides and Wetlands

Ventura Hillsides Conservancy Hillsides and Wetlands

By Sheryl Hamlin The Santa Paula Agriculture Museum hosted Mr. Derek Poultney of the Ventura Hillsides Conservancy on Friday, viagra dosage April 10, ambulance 2015. Mr. Poultney, dosage the Conservation Manager of the Conservancy, made it clear that the Conservancys work is not just about hillsides and hiking, but includes the complex legal and social […]

Holocaust Remembrance Day: From Hitler’s Terror to our own Backyard

Holocaust Remembrance Day: From Hitler’s Terror to our own Backyard

By Sheryl Hamlin Presented by the Blanchard Community Library in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, healing Annette Halpern, Santa Paula High School ESL teacher, Ventura County Teacher of the Year and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Mandel Teacher Fellow presented true stories of Jewish survivors and refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe who settled in Ventura County. […]

Governor Brown Issues Drought Mandates

Governor Brown Issues Drought Mandates

By Sheryl Hamlin On January 17, salve 2014, pharmacy Governor Brown declared a “Drought State of Emergency” by issuing an emergency proclamation, viagra order whose entire text may be read here. In December 2013, an inter-agency drought task force was formed as well as a website to inform citizens about best practices for saving water. […]

Santa Paula’s Cruise Night 2015 Season Opens

Santa Paula’s Cruise Night 2015 Season Opens

By Sheryl Hamlin A balmy Mediterranean evening welcomed the crowd who came to feast on blocks of collectible cars and culinary treats from Santa Paula’s Main Street restaurants.  Reminiscent of “A CHICKEN IN EVERY POT AND A CAR IN EVERY GARAGE” from the 1928 campaign of Herbert Hoover, drugs food and cars were plentiful. First […]

The 2014 Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA)

The 2014 Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA)

By Sheryl Hamlin Hosted by the Board of the United Water Conservation District and held in the library of Fillmore, ailment California, order the three hour workshop summarized the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), doctor which was signed into law by Governor Brown in September of 2014.  Pronounced “sigma”, the SGMA will change water management […]

Ventura County’s Freeman Diversion Dam

Ventura County’s Freeman Diversion Dam

By Sheryl Hamlin The Museum of Ventura County hosted an on-site tour of the Freeman Diversion Dam. Two senior members from United Water Conservation District (UWCD) presented the dam and water management strategies:  Dan Detmer, Supervising Hydro-geologist, and Murray McEachron, Senior Hydrologist. Mr. Detmer focuses on groundwater, while Mr. McEachron, who has been with UWCD […]