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Personal Protective Equipment Donations Needed for Local Hospitals, First Responders and Medical Facilities in Ventura County

Personal Protective Equipment Donations Needed for Local Hospitals, First Responders and Medical Facilities in Ventura County

VENTURA, CA – The County of Ventura is encouraging the public, businesses and organizations to donate new, unused personal protective equipment to assist health care providers, health care facilities and first responders responding to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). “We are facing an unprecedented public health emergency, and the increasing demands of our health care system […]

Ventura County “Stay Well at Home” emergency order now in place

Ventura County “Stay Well at Home” emergency order now in place

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW To further combat the spread of COVID-19, Ventura County public Health Officer Dr. Robert Levin has issued a “Stay Well at Home” emergency order — ordering all residents of the County of Ventura to stay inside their residences, and immediately limit all movement outside of their homes beyond what is […]

More complaints of Price Gouging in the County

More complaints of Price Gouging in the County

District Attorney’s Office has initiated several investigations against county businesses for potential violations of Penal Code section 396, price gouging. Since March 5, 2020, the District Attorney’s Office has received more than 90 e-mails and 40 phone calls reporting suspected price gouging in Ventura County. District attorney investigators have been contacting community members regarding these […]

Ventura County Tax Collector can’t extend Property Tax Deadline

Ventura County Tax Collector can’t extend Property Tax Deadline

SECURED PROPERTY TAX DEADLINES AND TAX COLLECTOR UPDATES FOR COVID-19 SECURED TAXES ARE DELINQUENT AFTER APRIL 10,     2020: Steven Hintz, Ventura County Treasurer-Tax Collector, announced that April 10th deadline for Secured property tax bills is still in effect. The 2nd installment of the 2019/20 Annual Secured property tax bill is due as of February 1st and […]

Housing Trust Fund Ventura County announces appointment of Cesar Hernandez to Board of Directors

Housing Trust Fund Ventura County announces appointment of Cesar Hernandez to Board of Directors

Ventura County, CA – Housing Trust Fund Ventura County (Housing Trust Fund VC) has elected Cesar Hernandez to its 19-member Board of Directors. In this capacity, Hernandez will help guide Housing Trust Fund VC as the local trusted leader helping to increase affordable housing options throughout Ventura County by leveraging public-private partnerships to provide low-cost, […]

For all military retirees and families in Ventura County

For all military retirees and families in Ventura County

Navy Base Ventura County’s Retired Activities Office (RAO) is temporally closed for the first time in more than 20 years due to the current virus situation.  Our goal was and still is to expedite death benefit claims for the family of a deceased military retiree and on a lighter note to provide help with more […]

School Meal Service Widely Available During Closures

School Meal Service Widely Available During Closures

School districts throughout Ventura County will continue providing meal service for students during closures that being Monday, March 16 in response to the coronavirus. For many students, school-provided meals are a critical part of their daily diet. While campuses are closed for normal operations, meals will still be available at many locations throughout Ventura County. […]

Superior Court Judge sets Wayne Fishback free after Jailhouse Hunger Strike

Superior Court Judge sets Wayne Fishback free after Jailhouse Hunger Strike

By Michael Hernandez VENTURA—Superior Court Judge Jeffery G. Bennett set Wayne Fishback free today—giving him one week (till Friday, March 20) to comply with a Dec. 18 court order to produce a clean closure plan signed by a qualified civil engineer and delivered to Ventura County’s  Environmental Health Division Office.  Failure to do so would […]

Simi Valley ranch owner targeted by Ventura County (Part IV)

Simi Valley ranch owner targeted by Ventura County (Part IV)

    By Michael Hernandez SIMI VALLEY—Who is Wayne Fishback?  Why is he in jail? Wayne Fishback, 75 year-old Simi Valley ranch owner, is locked up indefinitely by Ventura Superior Court Judge Jeffery G. Bennett for “coercive civil” contempt to the Court for his failure to comply with a $21.7 million judgment against him issued […]

Update: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Confirms Positive Case of COVID19 in Ventura County

Update: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Confirms Positive Case of COVID19 in Ventura County

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed that the only presumptive positive COVID19 case in Ventura County is positive. The patient remains in home quarantine. There have been 34 people tested, 1 positive case and 33 negative results. There are 22 travelers, with no symptoms, on home quarantine and 0 travelers at Naval […]

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