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Immigration Forum At Oxnard College

Immigration Forum At Oxnard College

By Dan Pinedo Oxnard, CA National Public Radio station KCRW of Santa Monica, California presented a forum on undocumented immigrants at Oxnard College on January 25, 2017. The forum entailed, Undocumented Under Trump was attended by about a hundred people and was broadcast live. Event Video by Dan Pinedo Award-winning public radio host and host […]

Port Hueneme Council to hold financial crisis workshop

Port Hueneme Council to hold financial crisis workshop

By Tom Figg, Port Hueneme Mayor   Editor’s note: The link above does not work. Try this one  instead: http://porthuenemeca.suiteonemedia.com/Web/Player.aspx?id=196&key=-1&mod=-1&mk=-1&nov=0 Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE        

Camarillo kills “Adohr Lane” development project conversion of 447 acres of farmland

Camarillo kills “Adohr Lane” development project conversion of 447 acres of farmland

. By Dan Matthews At the 1-25-17 meeting, The Camarillo City Council  considered and stopped  a General Plan Amendment for a Calleguas Land Co. development called “Adohr Lane,” nearly 1600 homes on 447 acres of prime farmland in the Conejo Creek area. This is the same company that has filed a lawsuit to invalidate our […]

Port Hueneme medical cannabis clinic coming

Port Hueneme medical cannabis clinic coming

By George Miller Technically, using cannabis (marijuana) is illegal per federal law. But that is widely flouted, even by the State of California, the largest in the union, which has had legal medical marijuana use for years and has now opened up “recreational” use as well, via a ballot initiative in November, via Proposition 64. […]

Port Hueneme residents want to fix beach bathrooms

Port Hueneme residents want to fix beach bathrooms

By George Miller An alliance of Port Hueneme residents and Council members will fight to improve beach bathrooms.  They claim those facilities are a turnoff to potential beachgoers and a blight on an otherwise world-class beach. Sandwiched between the Port of Hueneme just north and industrial facilities and Ormond Beach to the south, Port Hueneme […]

Local Fishing TV show

Local Fishing TV show

By George Miller Kevin Brannon came to the 1-24-17 Oxnard City Council meeting to announce his Reel Anglers TV show. It can be seen on a number of venues, including Ventura’s public CAPS-TV, Camarillo, Santa Barbara, KADYTV.com, or the Reel Anglers Youtube.com channel. He asked the Council to put it on Oxnard’s TV station also. […]

World Mission Society Church of God commended by Oxnard for cleanup activities

World Mission Society Church of God commended by Oxnard for cleanup activities

Dan Pinedo: At the 1-24-17 Council meeting, the City of Oxnard delivered a proclamation to World Mission Society Church of God, commending them for their extraordinary, persistent efforts to clean up Oxnard community areas. Mayor Tim Flynn presented the award to Emmanuel Luppi, on behalf of the church. Statement from the Church by Emmanuel Luppi First and […]

Oxnard Tonight: Gang reduction; foreign trade zone; Senior services; City investments

Oxnard Tonight: Gang reduction; foreign trade zone; Senior services; City investments

By George Miller Some interesting topics at Tuesday’s (1-24-17) Oxnard City Council meeting:   Cultural and Community Service Department 4. SUBJECT: California Gang Reduction, Intervention and Prevention (CalGRIP) Program Grant Funding 2017 (Agreement #A-7941) RECOMMENDATION: That City Council adopt a resolution: (1.) Authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute grant Agreement No. A-7941 in […]

Petition for Larry Downing for Port Hueneme Citizen of the Year

Petition for Larry Downing for Port Hueneme Citizen of the Year

By Tom Dunn   Larry Downing runs the Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum.  He has taken it from a museum in disarray to a wonderful city treasure for all to enjoy and learn about the storied history of Port Hueneme.  His hard work has created a historical treasure that will last for years to come.  In addition, […]

Save Conejo Creek – Camarillo

Save Conejo Creek – Camarillo

By Dan Matthews   Another attempt to convert farmland to housing in the Camarillo Area.  As a Realtor, I wonder to what benefit this is to the current residents.  More houses will reduce the value of our current inventory.  It will increase traffic on our local streets and the 101 highway.  Just because we have […]