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Floodplain executive order: Latest Obama power grab

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Local Photographer captures the beauty of the Monarch Butterfly

Local Photographer captures the beauty of the Monarch Butterfly

Here is a collage of Donna Hendricks photos of the full cycle of the Monarch butterfly, from caterpillar to butterfly.  With patience and the eye of an artist she captured this most elegant transformation. “It was such a cool thing to watch these past few weeks. I have one more that should be coming out […]

Governor Brown Issues Drought Mandates

Governor Brown Issues Drought Mandates

By Sheryl Hamlin On January 17, salve 2014, pharmacy Governor Brown declared a “Drought State of Emergency” by issuing an emergency proclamation, viagra order whose entire text may be read here. In December 2013, an inter-agency drought task force was formed as well as a website to inform citizens about best practices for saving water. […]

The 2014 Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA)

The 2014 Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA)

By Sheryl Hamlin Hosted by the Board of the United Water Conservation District and held in the library of Fillmore, ailment California, order the three hour workshop summarized the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), doctor which was signed into law by Governor Brown in September of 2014.  Pronounced “sigma”, the SGMA will change water management […]

International Integrated Water Project©: New water supply for our parched land

International Integrated Water Project©: New water supply for our parched land

By Mohammed Hasan International Integrated Water Project© with Groundwater Alternative Hasan Consultants and Ocean Foresters   Synopsis Hasan Consultants and Ocean Foresters propose an innovation study to drought-proof Colorado River water users and increase business opportunities in the Coachella Valley and Mexico’s hydrologic regions I. Baja California Peninsula and II. Northwest. The International Integrated Water […]

Ventura County’s Freeman Diversion Dam

Ventura County’s Freeman Diversion Dam

By Sheryl Hamlin The Museum of Ventura County hosted an on-site tour of the Freeman Diversion Dam. Two senior members from United Water Conservation District (UWCD) presented the dam and water management strategies:  Dan Detmer, help PG, viagra CHG, unhealthy Supervising Hydro-geologist, and Murray McEachron, Senior Hydrologist. Mr. Detmer focuses on groundwater, while Mr. McEachron, […]

California, Leading the World to a Post-Industrial Economy

California, Leading the World to a Post-Industrial Economy

By Sheryl Hamlin The Museum of Ventura County’s eight-part lecture series ended on March 25 with the telling of an economic drama into California’s future that is unfolding rapidly. Bill Watkins, Ph.D. who heads California Lutheran University Center for Economic Research and Forecasting or CERF, physician described a bifurcated society in California comprised of the […]

From the People’s Cube: Hillary Fun Camp Activities

From the People’s Cube: Hillary Fun Camp Activities

  People’s Cube, a satirical website, will mark its 10th irrelevant year on April 1st (how fitting).  They recently put out this challenge:  Hillary Clinton Wants to Send Citizens to Camps – Fun Camps! “In the documentary footage above we see just one of the fun training activities that American adults can engage in, called […]

Ventura County Planning answers reader’s question: Is local government shutting down businesses with regulation?

Ventura County Planning answers reader’s question: Is local government shutting down businesses with regulation?

Editor’s Note: Last month we had a query from a reader stating that local government, and especially the County of Ventura, has fostered a hostile environment for area businesses.  We passed on the reader’s concerns to Kim Prillhart, who is Planning Director at the County.  Mr. Winston Wright, the Permit Coordinator was tasked with addressing […]

Channel Islands Santa Rosa Research Station: Cause Hanna

Channel Islands Santa Rosa Research Station: Cause Hanna

By Sheryl Hamlin In a previous article, malady Citizens Journal featured a Santa Paula native, try Luis Sánchez, for sale who had returned to teach after obtaining a dual doctoral degree. In this article, another product of Ventura county is featured: Dr. Cause Hanna, PhD. Growing up in Newbury Park, Cause Hanna was a star […]