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Santa Paula City Council: Update on SAFER Personnel for Fire Department–Part 2

By Sheryl Hamlin, This article is a continuation of the council meeting of March 2, 2015 which was reported here. The SAFER (Staff for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response) Grant was an $825,000 grant awarded in 2012 and reported previously in the Santa Paula Times. In 2014 the SAFER grant funds were coming to an […]

Santa Paula City Council Revisits Todd Road Jail Expansion

Santa Paula City Council Revisits Todd Road Jail Expansion

By Sheryl Hamlin The use of a Consent Calendar is a tool for city governments to streamline their meetings. By placing items that are routine and non-controversial on the Consent Calendar, cialis such as bill pays or other regularly occurring items, viagra 40mg a meeting can become more efficient with one blanket item covering several […]

Valley Express Launch in Santa Paula

Valley Express Launch in Santa Paula

By Sheryl Hamlin To a packed city hall chambers, Council Member and VCTC Commissioner Ginger Gherardi introduced dignitaries from the offices of Congress member Brownley, Ventura County Transit Commission and County Supervisor Long’s office, as well as, the Santa Paula Unified School District, the city of Fillmore and the city of Santa Paula. The inclement […]

Santa Paula Native Returns to Ventura County inspired to Teach

Santa Paula Native Returns to Ventura County inspired to Teach

By Sheryl Hamlin The Blanchard Community Library hosted a community lecture on Thursday, viagra February 19th. The standing room only crowd engaged in an hour long presentation by Dr. Luis Sánchez of the CSU Channel  Islands Sociology Program. Dr. Sánchez, clinic a native of Santa Paula, price left California for education in Ohio State and […]

Santa Paula Mid-Year Budget Report

Santa Paula Mid-Year Budget Report

By Sheryl Hamlin Part Three of 3-Part Series The last item of business on the February 17, cure 2015 Santa Paula City Council meeting was billed as the “Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Mid-Year Budget Report”. The following statement occurs on page three of Director Easley’s staff report: Note that this statement is the only time in […]

All Aboard: Santa Paula to Launch Fixed Route Heritage Valley Transit Service

All Aboard: Santa Paula to Launch Fixed Route Heritage Valley Transit Service

By Sheryl Hamlin Note: This is part two of a three part report The first part of this report covered the joint meeting of February 17, unhealthy 2015 between the Santa Paula Planning Commission and the Santa Paula City Council where the approval of the amendment to the East Area 1 Specific Plan occurred. The […]

Santa Paula Approves 501 Acre East Area 1 Project: Part One

Santa Paula Approves 501 Acre East Area 1 Project: Part One

By Sheryl Hamlin Note: This is part one of a three part report. Smiles, buy food and buttons provided a celebratory setting for the joint session of the Santa Paula Planning Commission and the Santa Paula City Council on February 17, cost 2015. Limoneira provided food and lapel buttons to those supporting the East Area […]

Santa Paula’s East Area 1 (EA1) Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

Santa Paula’s East Area 1 (EA1) Environmental Impact Report (EIR)

By Sheryl Hamlin Chronology of Project A history of the proposed East Area 1 project dates from 1998 to the present. Some key dates are as follows: 2008: Santa Paula approves the EA1 project in a joint meeting of the City Council and the Planning Commission 2008: EA1 Specific Plan Amendment was created and approved […]

Santa Paula: Center Stage for Public Works

Santa Paula: Center Stage for Public Works

By Sheryl Hamlin Not only did the Santa Paula Public Works Department announce its new, Main Street location in the historic Clock Tower Building, but the agenda for the Monday, February 2, 2015 city council meeting included two major public works related projects. Acquisition of Wastewater Recycling Facility (WRF) Distancing himself from the unpopular waste […]

VCTC: Santa Paula’s Unmet Transit Needs

VCTC: Santa Paula’s Unmet Transit Needs

By Sheryl Hamlin Transit agencies in California are required by state law to determine annually unmet transit needs in places where Federal and State funds are used for transit, sick according to Victor Kamhi, Bus Transit Director for VCTC, who hosted the meeting held at the Santa Paula Community Center on January 28, 2015. Comments […]