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Simi Valley: Statement from Family of Accident Victim — Candlelight Vigil tonight 8pm

Simi Valley: Statement from Family of Accident Victim — Candlelight Vigil tonight 8pm

Message from Family of Angel Zeallos The family of the young boy who tragically and accidentally lost his life yesterday on Royal Avenue contacted the Simi Valley Police Department to request assistance in delivering a message to the public and the media regarding their loss. The family stated the following; “The Hoke family would like […]

25th Congressional district candidates debate- May, 2016

25th Congressional district candidates debate- May, 2016

Simi Council upholds Planning Commission – Votes down Express Car Wash on East End of Town

Simi Council upholds Planning Commission – Votes down Express Car Wash on East End of Town

By Debra Tash At their May 2nd 2016 meeting the Simi Valley City Council heard an “appeal of the Planning Commission’s decision of CUP-S-758/TP-S-676 related to construction of a 2,035 square foot express car wash located at the northwest corner of Tapo Street and E. Cochran Street and the Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring […]

Fire at Tierra Rejada and Sunset Valley Roads near Moorpark knocks out Power

Fire at Tierra Rejada and Sunset Valley Roads near Moorpark knocks out Power

Simi Council gives nod to further consideration of zone change to allow for high density housing

Simi Council gives nod to further consideration of zone change to allow for high density housing

By Debra Tash There was a public hearing at the Simi Valley Council’s April 18th 2016 meeting to consider General Plan Amendment Pre-screening PR-687).  Efrain Sandoval is proposing a zone change for his 0.41-acre site located at the northeast corner of Buyers Street and Shopping Lane. He purchased the lot in 2008 to expand his […]

Oxnard Police Chief Jeri Williams honored as Woman of the Year

Oxnard Police Chief Jeri Williams honored as Woman of the Year

By George Miller Oxnard Police Chief Jeri Williams was honored as CA Assembly District 44’s Woman of the Year. The district spans most of Ventura County and includes about 600,000 people. The invitation-only reception and ceremony took place Friday evening at at the open air lawn and patio area in beautiful Heritage Square, in Oxnard.   Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin’s […]

No Right to Rent? Cities barring property owners from renting out

No Right to Rent? Cities barring property owners from renting out

Editor’s note: This has also been a big regional issue, especially in the beach areas: Silverstrand & Hollywood Beaches, Mandalay Bay/Seabridge/Westport, Mandalay Shores and Pierpont Beach and of course Ojai, referenced in the linked article. Homeowners, beware. Property rights advocates say the right to rent is being threatened at the local government level, as cities across […]

Collision in Simi Valley under Investigation

Collision in Simi Valley under Investigation

Nancy Reagan Funeral

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NANCY REAGAN MEMORIAL INFORMATION AT THE REAGAN LIBRARY

NANCY REAGAN MEMORIAL INFORMATION AT THE REAGAN LIBRARY

  THE RONALD REAGAN PRESIDENTIAL FOUNDATION· MONDAY, MARCH 7, 2016   MRS. RONALD REAGAN TO LAY IN REPOSE MARCH 9 & MARCH 10, 2016 WITH FUNERAL SERVICES ON MARCH 11, 2016 “What do you say about someone who gives your life meaning? What do you say about someone who’s always there with support and understanding, someone […]