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Community: National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day 4/28/18

Community: National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day 4/28/18

Community: National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day 4/28/18, 10 am-2 pm. Drop Off Unused/Expired Meds at Police Dept Public Lobby Location: Sheriff’s Headquarters and Sheriff’s Office Patrol Stations Date & Time: Saturday, April 28, 2018 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Unit(s) Responsible: Ventura County Sheriff’s Office / Drug Enforcement Administration In support of the Drug Enforcement […]

Alleged T.O. Gang members arrested on Weapons Charges and Disturbing the Peace

Alleged T.O. Gang members arrested on Weapons Charges and Disturbing the Peace

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release  On April 7, 2018, Deputies from the Thousand Oaks Police Department responded to a call for service regarding an incident that occurred in the 700 block of Moorpark Road. During the initial investigation, patrol deputies determined three male suspects challenged a victim to fight. Shortly thereafter, one of the […]

City of Thousand Oaks Emergency Preparedness

City of Thousand Oaks Emergency Preparedness

      Welcome to your go-to guide on Emergency Information Volume 06 | April 2018 Be Prepared Safety Fair May 19th Click here for more Safety Fair details National Public Works Week On May 22nd and 23rd,school children and adults are invited to the City’s annual Public Works Open House at the Municipal Service […]

Thousand Oaks on SB 54: Why Are They Doing Nothing?

Thousand Oaks on SB 54: Why Are They Doing Nothing?

      By Arthur Christopher Schaper I began writing to city councils and staff in Ventura County about one month ago. It seemed like then next natural course of action to ensure that more cities throughout Southern California would put the needs of their citizens ahead of illegal aliens, especially violent criminals released onto California […]

Greg Koubek Named Greg Koubek at Triunfo YMCA

Greg Koubek Named Greg Koubek at Triunfo YMCA

Westlake Village, Calif.—Greg Koubek is the new Executive Director of the Triunfo YMCA. Koubek, who began his new job April 16, is responsible for managing current operations as well as overseeing the transition to the new Triunfo YMCA when the new facility opens in 2019.  “Greg is known for his strong leadership skills and community […]

City of Thousand Oaks Hosts Energy Workshops to Gather Feedback on Energy Action Plan

City of Thousand Oaks Hosts Energy Workshops to Gather Feedback on Energy Action Plan

Guiding the community’s energy usage for years to come On Tuesday, April 24th, the City of Thousand Oaks is holding an engagement event on the creation of an Energy Action Plan (EAP). The event will offer residents the opportunity to voice their input on future energy-related policies and programs in the City of Thousand Oaks. […]

Suspect arrested for Dealing Fentanyl in Thousand Oaks | One Victim Overdosed and Died

Suspect arrested for Dealing Fentanyl in Thousand Oaks | One Victim Overdosed and Died

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release   On April 12th 2018, detectives from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Interagency Pharmaceutical Crimes Unit (PCU) assisted by the Thousand Oaks Directed Enforcement Unit (DEU) concluded a two month narcotic investigation into Shane Spring, who was involved in the sales of suspected Fentanyl to residents of Ventura and Los Angeles […]

Young Artists Ensemble Presents CHARLOTTE’S WEB

Young Artists Ensemble Presents CHARLOTTE’S WEB

THOUSAND OAKS, CA – Young Artists Ensemble presents CHARLOTTE’S WEB directed by Directed by Laura Mason and assistant directed by Peyton Pugh at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 West Hillcrest Drive. Performances are Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays May 4 – 20, 2018. Charlotte’s Web is the beloved story of a little girl who is given a […]

T.O. Residents Voice Opposition to SB54; Council Eases Zoning for Cannabis Businesses Tuesday Night

T.O. Residents Voice Opposition to SB54; Council Eases Zoning for Cannabis Businesses Tuesday Night

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council was swarmed by residents opposing California’s “Sanctuary Cities” policies during a Public Comments session at last Tuesday’s City Council Meeting. The lawmakers also voted to ease certain zoning restrictions, making it easier for cannabis businesses to open within city limits.  Public Comments – SB54 During Item 6 […]

Magic Eight Ball | My Life with Asperger’s

Magic Eight Ball | My Life with Asperger’s

                         FOR THE ARTS PRESENT                      MAGIC EIGHT BALL: MY LIFE WITH ASPERGER’S                                        Written & Performed […]

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