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Unprecedented Speaker Turnout for Special Meeting on T.O. General Plan

Unprecedented Speaker Turnout for Special Meeting on T.O. General Plan

By Kevin Harris One hundred and thirty six residents showed up, either virtually or in person, Tuesday night, to speak their mind on proposed changes to the city’s General Plan, during a 6-hour Special Meeting of the Thousand Oaks City Council. These include land use designation changes for some areas of the city, from single, […]

Residents Continue to Reject Social Justice Commission – T.O. City Council

Residents Continue to Reject Social Justice Commission – T.O. City Council

By Kevin Harris Thousand Oaks residents once again spoke up in number Tuesday night in opposition to a proposed “Social Justice Commission,” among other topics during the Public Comments period of the city’s latest City Council Meeting.  As expected, there was some variation of topics during the Public Comment period, with one resident, Sue Angelo, […]

T.O. Council Opens Door for Residential Density Changes; Gives COVID Update at 2-23-21 Meeting

T.O. Council Opens Door for Residential Density Changes; Gives COVID Update at 2-23-21 Meeting

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council passed a measure that could open the door for increasing residential density in the city, during Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. The measure, a request for an amendment to the city’s General Plan regarding land use, passed on a split vote, 3-2, but at least some council […]

Kevin McNamee Thousand Oaks Next Thousand Oaks Councilman

Kevin McNamee Thousand Oaks Next Thousand Oaks Councilman

Kevin McNamee, a local chiropractor will be Thousand Oaks councilman. In the squeaker of all squeakers, Mr. McNamee won his seat with 71 votes over his opponent, Joel Price. Price led McNamee by 402 votes on November 3rd. That lead was eaten away over the ensuing weeks to flip the lead to McNamee.  Today is […]

The Hotly Contested Thousand Oaks City Council Race

The Hotly Contested Thousand Oaks City Council Race

    By Mandy Jacob Election season is here, and it is time to take a deep dive into the City of Thousand Oaks’s run for City Council. The backstory to this race has more drama than a Spanish Soap Opera. On the one hand we have the Mayor Al Adam, touting everything he has […]

Why Dr. Kevin McNamee for Thousand Oaks Council?

Why Dr. Kevin McNamee for Thousand Oaks Council?

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Kevin McNamee for Thousand Oaks City Council

Kevin McNamee for Thousand Oaks City Council

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Hillcrest Christian Center to move ahead with up to $25 million tax-exempt bond

Hillcrest Christian Center to move ahead with up to $25 million tax-exempt bond

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—The City Council held a public hearing as required by the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 that allows Hillcrest Christian Center, a non-profit private non-denominational Christian schools serving preschool through 12th grade students, to move ahead in seeking a tax-exempt bond up to $25 million for acquisition and improvement of educational […]

Thousand Oaks City Council approves Civic Arts Plaza Campus Master Plan and downtown project design

Thousand Oaks City Council approves Civic Arts Plaza Campus Master Plan and downtown project design

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—The City Council approved conceptional plans for the Civic Arts Plaza Campus Master Plan as well as the project design for Thousand Oaks Boulevard Streetscape Phase I Project at Tuesday’s meeting. The City which has $20 million set aside for redeveloping the Civic Arts Plaza authorized the City Manager to move […]

Thousand Oaks City Council decides to do Request For Proposals for $300 million 15-year waste hauling contract

Thousand Oaks City Council decides to do Request For Proposals for $300 million 15-year waste hauling contract

By Michael Hernandez (Editor’s Note:  Thousand Oaks City Council honors the nine victims of the Sunday helicopter crash in Calabasas that was on its way to the Mamba Sports Academy, 1011 Rancho Conejo Blvd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91320:  Kobe and Gianna Bryant; John, Keri and Alyssa Altobelli; Sarah and Payton Chester; Christina Mauser;  and Ara […]

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