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Primary election endorsements–from every point of view

Primary election endorsements–from every point of view

By George Miller I’ll bet you thought we were gonna tell you who to vote for here.  Well, if so, you were wrong. You’ll have to wait for our editorial, coming soon. With absentee ballots now out, we thought the time was right to give you the political smorgasbord for this primary season. We try […]

Citizens Journal photo contest winners honored

Citizens Journal photo contest winners honored

By George Miller Reuben Camacho of Camarillo (1st place) and Donna Hendricks of Oxnard  (2nd place) were honored today at scenic and historical St. Mary Magdalene Church, built by Adolpho Camarillo in Old Town Camarillo. Citizens Journal Editor-in-Chief Debra Tash sought beautiful photos evocative of Ventura County for use in our publication and called on […]

City of Thousand Oaks Celebrates National Public Works Week May 20 – 21, 2014

City of Thousand Oaks Celebrates National Public Works Week May 20 – 21, 2014

For the 27th year, the City of Thousand Oaks is celebrating National Public Works Week. The theme for this year’s event is “Building for Today, Planning for Tomorrow” and will include a two-day open house, Tuesday, May 20 and Wednesday, May 21, 2014, at the Municipal Service Center, located at 1993 Rancho Conejo Boulevard. Individual […]

Mike Dunn, Conejo Valley School Board member writes in support of Dominic Conti

Mike Dunn, Conejo Valley School Board member writes in support of Dominic Conti

Editor’s Note: This was sent  to Larry and Gina Conti the parents of Dominic Conti in support of Dominic Conti who had been suspended from Westlake High School for defending his sister.  This was written by Michael Dunn who is on the Conejo Valley Unified School District Board of Education.        The parents […]

Thousand Oaks–City Seeks Residents to Serve on Youth Commission

Thousand Oaks–City Seeks Residents to Serve on Youth Commission

The City of Thousand Oaks is seeking residents interested in contributing their talents towards shaping the quality of life in the community by serving on City commissions.  The City is currently recruiting for nine (9) scheduled vacancies on the Youth Commission.   The Youth Commission is a City Council appointed committee that provides recommendations to […]

Chamber Announces Award Winners at Recognition Gala

Chamber Announces Award Winners at Recognition Gala

. . . Westlake Village, CA – The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted their Recognition Gala, “An Evening in Oz,” on Friday, February 28, 2014 at the Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village honoring award winners in seven different categories. Ambassador of the Year – Lisa Oliver of Title Boxing Club, Newbury Park Volunteer […]

The Gala for Peace Luncheon brought two distant and distinct cities together

The Gala for Peace Luncheon brought two distant and distinct cities together

By Debra Tash February 27th, 2014: The Gala for Peace Luncheon was held at the Lake Sherwood Country Club as the City of Thousand Oaks welcomed its new sister city from China, Shibei District, Qingdao. To start the festivities T.O.’s mayor, Andy Fox and the mayor (his alternate title, Director) of Qingdao, Zhang Jie, participated […]

Ventura County Republican candidate forum- 2-22-14

Ventura County Republican candidate forum-  2-22-14

By KADY TV Candidates Speaking at VC Republican Candidate Forum 2-22-14 Assemblyman Tim Donnelly running for CA Governor (02:50) Senator Steve Knight running for US Congress District 25 (22:44) Former State Senator Tony Strickland running for US Congress District 25 (35:00) Assemblyman Jeff Gorell running for US Congress District 26 (44:08) Businessman Rafael Dagnesses running for US Congress District 26 (56:50) Pete Peterson running for Secretary […]

$360,000 CA Bicycle Transportation Grant Presented at Thousand Oaks Forum

$360,000 CA Bicycle Transportation Grant Presented at Thousand Oaks Forum

By Ellen Knowles February 20th, 2014: Fifty members of the public filled the Oak Room at the Civic Arts Plaza for a presentation by Public Works analyst Akbar Alikhan, and Associate traffic engineer Larry Tay.  As a result of early questioning from residents it was revealed that the $360,000 grant to the city of Thousand […]