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Ormond Beach Restoration And Access Plan Public Outreach Meeting

Ormond Beach Restoration And Access Plan Public Outreach Meeting

Dear Friend- The Ormond Beach Partners (The City of Oxnard, The Nature Conservancy, and the State Coastal Conservancy) are looking forward to meeting with you virtually on Wednesday, November 17th at 5 pm, to share highlights about the Preferred Alternative and Preliminary Design Plan, share next steps for the Ormond Beach Restoration and Public Access Project (OBRAP), […]

Revised Draft Supervisorial District Maps Available Ahead Of November 9 Public Hearing

Revised Draft Supervisorial District Maps Available Ahead Of November 9 Public Hearing

Ventura, CA – The County of Ventura has released revised draft redistricting maps available for review at www.ventura.org/redistricting/draft-maps/. The revised draft maps were developed by the project consultant, Redistricting Partners, in response to public comments and direction provided by the Board of Supervisors at the October 19, 2021 public hearing. Redistricting Partners will provide an overview of […]

The City Of Ventura Invites The Community To Participate In The Redistricting Process

The City Of Ventura Invites The Community To Participate In The Redistricting Process

Ventura, Calif. – Every ten years, City Council Districts are redrawn so that each district is substantially equal in population using the U.S. Census data. This process, called redistricting, ensures that each City Council member represents about the same number of constituents. In the City of Ventura, the public may create new maps for City Council […]

“Language” Arguments Against Immigration Freedom are a Tower of Babble

“Language” Arguments Against Immigration Freedom are a Tower of Babble

    by Thomas L. Knapp When debating immigration policy with people who have deluded themselves into believing that it’s any of their business where other people choose to live or work, I run into a lot of bad arguments. Of all those arguments, probably the silliest is “but they don’t speak English.” The simplest, […]

Ventura County Emergency Preparedness Workshop & Community Feedback Sessions

Ventura County Emergency Preparedness Workshop & Community Feedback Sessions

News Release Nature of Incident: Ventura County Emergency Preparedness Workshop & Community Feedback Sessions Date & Time: September 8, 2021 Unit(s) Responsible: Office of Emergency Services Narrative: The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, together with the Ventura County Executive Office, will be hosting four virtual Emergency Preparedness Workshop & Community Feedback Sessions to share information about […]

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association launches Spanish Language site

Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association launches Spanish Language site

The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association has launched a brand new website at HJTAEspanol.org making taxpayer resources available in Spanish. Information now available to Spanish-speaking Californians includes how to pass property down to future generations without a reassessment, how to avoid a property reassessment when moving and how to get involved in opposition to local rate […]

Anchor Babies and Donald Trump

Anchor Babies and Donald Trump

By Leo G. Alvarez . Now what has Donald Trump stirred up? An Anchor Baby is defined is a child born in America to a woman not a citizen of this country. Some people feel that it is a deliberate act committed by a woman to ensure she will not be deported (ICE totally disagrees […]