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Reporting On Sanctuary State, Patriot or Rebel? | Week One

Reporting On Sanctuary State, Patriot or Rebel? | Week One

Monday night in Simi Valley. Regrettably I was the only one who was willing to speak who showed up on time! Thank you to those who attended, your presence made an impact. They were not expecting a call to stand up and be Patriots, they chose to be cowards. The response from the Council was; […]

After Action Report: Week one of calling out the City Councils , on the Sanctuary State: March 29th 2018

After Action Report: Week one of calling out the City Councils , on the Sanctuary State: March 29th 2018

By Bruce Boyer Monday night in Simi Valley. Regrettably I was the only one who was willing to speak, who showed up on time! Thank you to those who attended, your presence made an impact. They were not expecting a call to stand up and be Patriots, they chose to be cowards… The response from […]

A Garden Path to Mental Health Recovery — Join to Create Program to Grow Plants for Healing and Job Training

A Garden Path to Mental Health Recovery — Join to Create Program to Grow Plants for Healing and Job Training

VENTURA COUNTY, CA –The Ventura County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved moving forward on a novel job training program.  The program will create a drought tolerant plant nursery called “Growing Works” that will act as a training grounds and jobs program for people with mental illness. The combination of horticultural therapy which provides a […]

Area Cities, County, School Board, to Proclaim Constitution Week

Area Cities, County, School Board, to Proclaim Constitution Week

By George Miller At their Tuesday, Sept. 19 meeting, the Oxnard City Council will proclaim, honor and celebrate U.S. Constitution Week, September 17-23 (see agenda item E)  per Public Law 915. Today is the 230th Anniversary (9-17-1787) of this most powerful, famous political document in the world. We are aware that Ojai, Camarillo, The Ventura County […]

11.5 Million Dollar Christmas Gift for County Managers

11.5 Million Dollar Christmas Gift for County Managers

This week Ventura County Board of Supervisors OK’d a series of salary and benefit increases for more than 1,000 top officials, managers and employees that will cost taxpayers almost $11.5 million over two years. The most troubling aspect of the increase was the county’s use of so-called “market-based adjustments” used to boost salaries of 484 […]

Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf Redevelopment Hits Coastal Commission Snag

Oxnard Fisherman’s Wharf Redevelopment Hits Coastal Commission Snag

By Tim Pompey The current redevelopment proposal for Fisherman’s Wharf, managed by the Ventura County Harbor Department, and in cooperation with developers Geoff Palmer,Tom Tellefsen & Peter Mullen of Channel Islands Properties, LLC, has been delayed by the California Coastal Commission, primarily over concerns about conflicts with current Oxnard city zoning ordinances and questions regarding […]

Ventura County looks to regulate Short Term Rentals

Ventura County looks to regulate Short Term Rentals

Lawsuit Challenges Dangerous Oil Drilling in Santa Paula Canyon

Lawsuit Challenges Dangerous Oil Drilling in Santa Paula Canyon

Jesus Torres, candidate for Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Third District

Jesus Torres, candidate for Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Third District

Jesus Torres, candidate for Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Third District, will be joined by supporters and community members to formally launch his campaign for the seat for the upcoming primary election in 2016. The Camarillo kick-off event will take place at Camarillo-based Lucix Corporation, an aerospace electronics maker for space and military applications. It […]

Ventura County Board of Supervisors Approves Todd Road Jail Expansion Funding

Ventura County Board of Supervisors Approves Todd Road Jail Expansion Funding

By Sheryl Hamlin In 2014, the Ventura County Sheriff had applied for a grant to build an extension to the Todd Road Jail located just outside the city limits of Santa Paula, but was turned down due to an application error. Also in 2014, the sheriff hired a consultant to provide a Needs Assessment Analysis […]

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