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City of Hueneme terminates crossing guards for elementary students

City of Hueneme terminates crossing guards for elementary students

  At last Wednesday’s Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce meeting I learned  the City of Hueneme abruptly ended the elementary school crossing guard program.

Simi Valley Councilman, Mike Judge, Running for reelection

Simi Valley Councilman, Mike Judge, Running for reelection

Event Report- August 9 Rob McCoy for CA Dist 44 State Assembly

Event Report- August 9 Rob McCoy for CA Dist 44 State Assembly

Rob McCoy Campaign August 18, 2014 Submitted by Logan McFadden Rob McCoy for California State Assembly Event An enthusiastic group of campaign volunteers gathered at a Kick-off event on August 9, 2014, at Peppertree Park in Newbury Park.  The BBQ dinner capped off a day of walking door-to-door and calling voters. Rob McCoy is running […]

Candidate’s-Corner: Tony Dolz for Conejo Valley School Board

Candidate’s-Corner: Tony Dolz for Conejo Valley School Board

Statement from Tony Dolz, Candidate for Conejo Valley School Board: I am seeking election so that I might represent the wishes of the people in the Conejo Valley. The parents of private, charter, homeschooled and public schooled children tell me that the Superintendent and the incumbents don’t represent them and they want to help me […]

Candidate’s Corner–Jim Hensley running for Port Hueneme City Council

Candidate’s Corner–Jim Hensley running for Port Hueneme City Council

Retired Rep Elton Gallegly endorses Steve Knight for Buck McKeon’s seat

Retired Rep Elton Gallegly endorses Steve Knight for Buck McKeon’s seat

In co-hosting the event, ret. Congressman Gallegly noted “I am very impressed with Steve Knight’s credentials.  I have endorsed his campaign along with the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, Los Angeles Police Protection League, State Assemblyman Scott Wilk, Ventura County Supervisor Peter Foy, Simi Valley City Councilmen Glen Becerra, Mike Judge, Keith Mashburn, Steve Sojka and […]

Development infrastructure costs subsidized by existing taxpayers

Development infrastructure costs subsidized by existing taxpayers

By Larry Stein The city charges developers certain impact fees for new construction. I contend that the fees charged are insufficient, leaving taxpayers having to pay the difference via General Fund expenditures or debt service on their utility or property tax bills. The following table illustrates the impact 3,000 single family homes with 3,4 and […]

Candidates Corner–Gorell Announces Veterans for Gorell Coalition

Candidates Corner–Gorell Announces Veterans for Gorell Coalition

Today, Jeff Gorell, Republican nominee for Congress in California’s 26th Congressional District and Navy Commander announced the leadership and formation of the Veterans for Gorell coalition. Veterans for Gorell will be led by former Mayor of Port Hueneme, Brig Gen Tony Volante (Ret.), and 3-time Purple Heart recipient, CAPT Jon Williams (Ret.). “We are honored to join so […]

Candidates Corner–Mark Reed candidate for the 30th Congressional District

Candidates Corner–Mark Reed candidate for the 30th Congressional District

  Mark Reed candidate for the 30th Congressional District Ask yourself;  Are Congress and the Federal Government doing a good job? Would you retain an employee if you only approved of his performance 10% of the time? On November 4th you have the power to change that by choosing new representation. I’m humbly asking for […]

Oxnard City Council candidate Steve Huber interviewed (video)

Oxnard City Council candidate Steve Huber interviewed (video)

Peter Godinez of KADY TV interviews Steve Huber, abortion as part of its ongoing program of making the public more familiar with local candidates for office.     May 2014 interview July, cialis 2014 interview _______________________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE