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Ventura County Public Works Agency announces: Chris Cooper new Director of Engineering Services Dept.

Ventura County Public Works Agency announces: Chris Cooper new Director of Engineering Services Dept.

Todd Road Jail Visiting Closed During Parking Lot Construction September 6th through September 27th

Todd Road Jail Visiting Closed During Parking Lot Construction September 6th through September 27th

D.A. files charges against Ventura County Sheriff Deputy for allegedly stealing Prescription Drugs

D.A. files charges against Ventura County Sheriff Deputy for allegedly stealing Prescription Drugs

State Test Scores Improve for Ventura County Students

State Test Scores Improve for Ventura County Students

Ventura County candidates invited to submit candidate statements for publication

Ventura County candidates invited to submit candidate statements for publication

CitizensJournal.us invites all candidates on November 2016 Ventura County ballots to send us a candidate’s statement for FREE publication in the “Candidates Corner” section of CitizensJournal.us.  This provides an opportunity to get a comprehensive message out directly to voters, unfiltered by media and unconstrained by bureaucracy. Photos, linked videos, graphics, text, anything reasonable in a […]

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Band Supports Local Education with Financial Grant

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Band Supports Local Education with Financial Grant

By Peter K. Godinez, Xerox Ambassador to Education Motivated by an article added by Citizens Journal US Editor-in-Chief Debra Tash on August 21, 2016 entitled “Ventura Education Partnership Announces $42,500 in Funding to VUSD Teachers”, I grabbed my highest quality iPhone and walked across the street from my Office at the Ventura Executive Suites.  It so happened that […]

VCOE Opens New Career Education Center in Moorpark

VCOE Opens New Career Education Center in Moorpark

Oxnard holds Short-Term Rental community meeting

Oxnard holds Short-Term Rental community meeting

By George Miller About 140 people showed up at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, 8-16-16 for a community meeting to discuss issues and potential action on the short-term rental situation. It locally impacts beach neighborhoods the most. Kathleen Mallory of the Planning Department and consultant Ken Lee conducted the meeting. In summary, it appears that is no […]

Public Utilities Commission meeting on new area code + 805

Public Utilities Commission meeting on new area code + 805

Group rebuts VC Transportation tax measure

Group rebuts VC Transportation tax measure

By George Miller Former Congressman Elton Gallegly, Ventura County Supervisor Peter Foy, Thousand Oaks Councilman Rob McCoy and Las Virgennes School Board Member Kelly Long are all firmly opposed to the half-cent, $3 billion Ventura County Transportation Tax Measure (AA) and intend to do something about it. The group today filed a rebuttal argument to the […]