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Record-High Ventura County Deposits Playing Role in Economic Growth & Inflation

Record-High Ventura County Deposits Playing Role in Economic Growth & Inflation

Ventura County (July 12, 2021):  While higher inflation is concerning local households and business owners, record-high deposits at Ventura County credit unions continue playing a key role in the economic growth that’s driving those price increases according to the first-quarter 2021 Ventura County Credit Union Industry Snapshot released by the California Credit Union League today […]

A History, Review And Current Discussions Regarding The Camarillo Airport 1976 Joint Powers Agreement(JPA)

A History, Review And Current Discussions Regarding The Camarillo Airport 1976 Joint Powers Agreement(JPA)

by Chris Bailey 08 July 2021, Camarillo Ventura County In a land that time forgot, when Nehru shirts and love beads were standard fare, there was Oxnard Air Force Base, which was actually in Camarillo. It was decommissioned on January 1, 1970, and for anyone who lived in Camarillo at the time, the politics of […]

Farm Days! Dates Announced for Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties

Farm Days!  Dates Announced for Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties

Press Release SEEAG Announces 2021 Dates For Santa Barbara County and Ventura County Farm Days Santa Paula, Calif. —After a year of virtual events, Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG) will be holding its annual Santa Barbara County Farm Day and Ventura County Farm Day in-person this fall. Santa Barbara Farm Day is September 18. Ventura County […]

CVUSD Recognizes Classified Staff, Hears Concerns Over Student Dress Code

CVUSD Recognizes Classified Staff, Hears Concerns Over Student Dress Code

 by Chris Bailey 23 June 2021, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County, California Amid the tremendous public concern over sex education in the Conejo Valley Unified School District at the 15 June 2021 public meeting, a number of other items were overshadowed. Here are some of those items. Gifted and Talented Education District (GATE) Expansion of GATE […]

Ventura County Jail Returns to Pre-Covid Visiting Schedules

Ventura County Jail Returns to Pre-Covid Visiting Schedules

The County of Ventura has started to return to normal after Governor Newsom ended most of COVID-19 restrictions.  Effective Saturday June 26, 2021, the Ventura County Jail shall return to the pre-Covid visiting schedule.  Visitors who are fully vaccinated will not be required to wear a mask or socially distance.  Visitors will NOT be asked […]

Commentary | Ventura County COVID-19 Report:  Propaganda or Reality?

Commentary | Ventura County COVID-19 Report:  Propaganda or Reality?

Editorial  by Judy Bruce How can the public determine if the Ventura County Covid Report is a psychological operation using propaganda or is IT reality? Is the public being put under a spell?    Are certain words repeated?  Are they showing bias as to what they want; and are they using terms like “vaccine hesitancy” and […]

Tablets for Inmates’ Use Distributed at County Jails

Tablets for Inmates’ Use Distributed at County Jails

The Ventura County Sheriff’s office distributed over 1200 electronic tablets to inmates housed at the Pre-Trial Detention Facility in Ventura and the Todd Road Jail in Santa Paula on June 8, 2021. The tablets provide a wide range of communication tools, media offerings, and free educational and transitional resources to help prepare individuals for re-entry […]

Free Virtual Homeownership Conference for Locals

Free Virtual Homeownership Conference for Locals

Ventura County Community Development Corporation (VCCDC) is hosting its eagerly anticipated 9th Annual Homeownership Conference for the community on Saturday, June 26, sponsored by Union Bank and others. With the huge success and record attendance of last year’s virtual event, VCCDC’s Homeownership Conference will be online once again. This year, the conference theme is “Homeownership […]

County Executive Office presents $2.55 billion balanced preliminary budget for FY 2021-2022

County Executive Office presents $2.55 billion balanced preliminary budget for FY 2021-2022

Including service enhancements in public health, mental health, safety, diversity, and capital improvements  Ventura, CA – The County Executive Office presented a $2.55 billion balanced Preliminary Budget for FY 2021-2022 at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors Meeting. “A balanced budget means that we can continue to provide critical core services such as health, social and safety […]

County of Ventura Awarded Highest Credit Ratings And Successful Financing

County of Ventura Awarded Highest Credit Ratings And Successful Financing

Press Release VENTURA, CA – The nation’s two top credit ratings firms – Moody’s Investors Service and Standard & Poor’s Rating Services – have awarded the County with their highest short-term credit ratings. The credit considerations noted that the County’s financial performance will remain solid. “I really appreciate this recognition of our longstanding commitment to responsible […]