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    The City of Ventura and the City of Ojai enter cooperative letter agreement related to the Ventura River Lawsuit

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    City of Ventura confirms it is not seeking attorneys’ fees in Ventura River Watershed Adjudication
    Ventura, Calif. — The City of Ventura and the City of Ojai have entered into a cooperative letter agreement regarding the Ventura River lawsuit. The agreement confirms that the City of Ventura is not seeking attorneys’ fees from individuals or businesses in the case, including those who received notice packets.
    Officials from the cities met last month to discuss the matter. Officials with the City of Ojai shared that they were continuing to hear concerns from their residents that the City of Ventura might seek costly attorneys’ fees from them in the lawsuit. Ojai officials requested that Ventura enter into a letter agreement confirming Ventura is not seeking attorneys’ fees to ease these concerns. Ventura officials appreciated the suggestion, and both entities worked with their legal counsel to have it arranged.
    City of Ventura Mayor Matt LaVere signed the letter agreement after the Ventura City Council voted in closed session on Tuesday, September 8, to authorize the letter agreement, confirming that the City of Ventura will not pursue attorneys’ fees from individuals or business named or noticed in the case. 
    “Ventura is pleased to fulfill this request from its colleagues in Ojai, and we thank them for approaching us with this proposed solution to help address some concerns in our communities,” said LaVere. “We hope this agreement demonstrates that we are committed to developing cooperative solutions for the Ventura River Watershed.”
    “We hope this agreement will provide some relief for our residents,” said Ojai Mayor Johnny Johnston. “This is a good example of cities working collaboratively for common sense solutions.” Councilmember William Weirick added, “We’re pleased the City of Ventura was willing to address our concerns on this aspect of the lawsuit. We look forward to further collaborative efforts towards resolution.”
    The signed letter agreement will be posted this week on the City of Ventura’s website dedicated exclusively to this issue, www.venturariver.com, and at the City of Ojai website, www.ojaicity.org.

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    Michael
    Michael
    1 year ago

    And, we are already paying Attorney fees weather you know it or not!
    We all pay for water via CMWD … Right?
    Well our water rates increased because of this mess that Matt put us in! Reason? Pay for CMWD lawyers to fight Matt’s mistake in this suit! Matt has already confessed that this was a mistake on his part BUT will not put an end to this!
    So sad, I pray for him that the one in charge will teach him to do better for the people next time!
    Michael

    Joe C
    Joe C
    1 year ago

    Vince, the sooner you move “outcof” the state, the better.

    Michael
    Michael
    1 year ago

    This does not mean anything! He still wants the water rights on the property that I own and pay taxes on! Taxes include mineral rights! This includes water! Matt is full of…
    Next, he was voted in to be the Supt of District 1 replacing Steve Bennett! What a crock of … he is no good!
    Michael

    Monica Farlow
    Monica Farlow
    1 year ago

    @Vincent. Spell check is a wonderful thing… so is proofreading before you hit send, unless wadtecof is a new word? So, before you start putting other folks down… you better make sure your shit is perfect or you look like a complete dumbass! You have an amazing time in your new state, I’m sure they’ll be welcoming you with open arms!

    Carole
    Carole
    1 year ago

    what the hell is this all about? I’m personally being sued because of where I live? So stupid.

    Darcy
    Darcy
    1 year ago

    @vincent please do go! We don’t need illiterate scum like you in our great state of California

    Bill D
    Bill D
    1 year ago

    Well Vincent, don’t let the door hit ya where the good lord split ya on your way out! Enjoy your Idaho Winters.

    Vincent Latella
    Vincent Latella
    1 year ago

    Such a great wadtecof time and tax payers money cant wait to move outcof this backward freaking state

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