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Benghazi committee officially requests Clinton surrender her email server

Benghazi committee officially requests Clinton surrender her email server

The committee investigating Benghazi formally requested Friday that Hillary Rodham Clinton turn her email server over to an independent third party so it can be scrutinized to determine whether she and the Obama administration complied with open-records laws. Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy sent a letter to the former secretary of state’s personal lawyer making the […]

IRS botches computer security, risks taxpayer info: audit

IRS botches computer security, risks taxpayer info: audit

Photo by: Susan Walsh The exterior of the Internal Revenue Service building in Washington is seen here on March 22, 2013. (Associated Press)   The IRS sometimes uses old software without key security patches that leave its computer systems vulnerable and could endanger taxpayers’ private information, the Government Accountability Office said Thursday. GAO investigators raised […]

Over public opposition, EPA to extend Clean Water Act to ponds, ditches

Over public opposition, EPA to extend Clean Water Act to ponds, ditches

The Environmental Protection Agency took public opposition to plans to extend its regulatory reach to ditches and ponds “extremely seriously” but will forge ahead anyway, a top agency official told Congress on Wednesday. Ken Kopocis, who runs the agency’s Office of Water, told a House panel the EPA will expand its power under the Clean […]

DHS released another 30,000 criminal aliens onto streets

DHS released another 30,000 criminal aliens onto streets

 

Santa Paula City Council: Conflict of Interest, Parsing the Consent Calendar, Accounting Upgrade

Santa Paula City Council: Conflict of Interest, Parsing the Consent Calendar, Accounting Upgrade

By Sheryl Hamlin March 16, 2015 meeting–  agenda and meeting video    Public Comments Lynn McReynolds spoke to the issue of a potential conflict of interest of Council Member Hernandez, specifically referencing Resolution 6851 on the Todd Road Jail wherein the current council in a 3-2 vote removed the previous council’s 4-1 opposition to the Todd […]

136′ superyacht Lagniappe visits Channel Islands Harbor

136′ superyacht Lagniappe visits Channel Islands Harbor

By George Miller The “Superyacht” Lagniappe, pill registered in Bikini. MI, and is now visiting Channel Islands Harbor. She is berthed at Peninsula Park on Peninsula Rd., malady Oxnard, CA The harbor can accommodate a few such craft and is able to provide support services, has nearby hotels (not that any would be needed for Lagniappe […]

KADYTV: Oxnard council shoots down new harbor agreement; Consultant audit blasts past city management

KADYTV: Oxnard council shoots down new harbor agreement; Consultant audit blasts past city management

By George Miller In this segment (3-18-15), order CitizensJournal.us Publisher George Miller comments on this week’s Oxnard news.  Topics covered were:  Audit of city government, vcialis 40mg with emphasis of finances and human resource management; Reaction to the proposed Channel Islands Harbor management agreement between Oxnard and Ventura County; Honoring 1972 Sunset Little League national […]

Ventura Fire Dept. executes ravine rescue

Ventura Fire Dept. executes ravine rescue

Ventura City Fire Department   On 3/15/15, viagra buy a man in his late 40’s from Oxnard was on a hike in the Ventura Hillsides when he became disoriented and trapped in a ravine. The victim originally reported his location adjacent to two trees. The Fire Communications Center was able to keep communication with the […]

Oxnard, Ventura County, release proposed new 10 year Channel Islands Harbor agreement

Oxnard, Ventura County, release proposed new 10 year Channel Islands Harbor agreement

By George Miller Channel Islands Harbor’s 50+ year-old management agreement between Oxnard and senior partner Ventura County, which owns the harbor and land and makes the development decisions via the Board of Supervisors, is up for renewal. A year and a half of negotiations has produced only a few compromises. So far, no major breakthroughs are evident […]

3/12 Injury Traffic Collision: Oxnard victim died

3/12 Injury Traffic Collision: Oxnard victim died

Oxnard Police Department Update The Oxnard Police Department was notified this evening that motorcyclist Estevan Antonio Ruiz has died.  The Ventura County Medical Examiner’s Office will conduct an investigation to determine the cause of death.  The collision is still being investigated.  On March 12, 2015, at about 7:48 P.M., officers from the Oxnard Police Department […]