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City Council in opposition to Phillips 66 rail extension proposal to transport crude oil through Moorpark

City Council in opposition to Phillips 66 rail extension proposal to transport crude oil through Moorpark

At their December 17th meeting the Moorpark City Council was asked by staff to consider submitting a letter to the San Luis Obispo County Planning Commission on the proposed extension of the Phillips 66 Company’s Santa Maria refinery rail spur. The matter was continued from December 3, 2014 so Mayor Pro Tem Keith Millhouse could […]

Simi Valley: Police pursuit results in arrest

Simi Valley: Police pursuit results in arrest

Moorpark: Group forms to turn Country Trail Park into a dog park on west side of town

Moorpark: Group forms to turn Country Trail Park into a dog park on west side of town

Editors Note:  There is a dog park in the city of Moorpark near the college.  However according to Yelp reviews it is on the small side and all dirt.  By Leslie Bennett We feel that the Country Trail Park, in Moorpark, which is attached to the Arrow West School would make a perfect dog park. […]

SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY: Community Marketplace in Moorpark

SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY: Community Marketplace in Moorpark

Just a reminder about Moorpark’s Community Marketplace.  And since it’s Small Business Saturday…well, you can’t find smaller businesses anywhere.  Come by and check them out!   By Debra Tash Moorpark’s Community Marketplace opened its doors on Halloween, a portent of things to come or just really good timing for the upcoming holiday shopping season?  Forty […]

Simi Valley PD Narcs Jail Another Heroin Dealer

Simi Valley PD Narcs Jail Another Heroin Dealer

Simi Valley Police arrest suspect in string of residential burglaries

Simi Valley Police arrest suspect in string of residential burglaries

Nottingham Festival is a jolly good time in Simi Valley

Nottingham Festival is a jolly good time in Simi Valley

By Debra Tash Saturday November 15th marked the first of two days for the Nottingham Village Festival in Rancho Tapo Community Park (Lemon Park) near Veteran’s plaza. In its second year this Renaissance Faire is still on the small size.  However it has grown in attendance as well as the number of vendors.  Even better, […]

Close election races- CD26, AD44

Close election races- CD26, AD44

By George Miller   Update Thursday 11/13: Brownley declares herself the winner, Gorell says wait for votes to be counted. Perello pulls to within 25 votes of Huber in Oxnard Council race, McCoy probably lost in AD44 to Irwin. Update 130 PM Friday: Brownley 1000 votes ahead of Gorell in Dist. 26 Congressional contest,  McCoy farther behind Irwin […]

Moorpark Council approves first step in development along Gabbert Road

Moorpark Council approves first step in development along Gabbert Road

The Moorpark City Council gave the green-light to Moorpark Property 67 to submit their application to change the General Plan…but they did it with a major revision.  The group, which is only applying for a per-screening, has already had their project go through four revisions since they first proposed it in 2009 for the 67.96 […]

Election status Tuesday night

Election status Tuesday night

By George Miller Nationwide, the Democrat U.S. Senate has fallen to Republican Control. It appears that the Republican House majority grew and Republicans hold a majority of Governorships. In California, it is a completely different story. Democrats dominate, Republicans are far behind. Third parties are virtually nonexistent. All statewide races from Governor on down are […]