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California SB 54: Sanctuary City on Steroids Detrimental Impact to the City of Thousand Oaks

California SB 54: Sanctuary City on Steroids Detrimental Impact to the City of Thousand Oaks

By Dr. Kevin McNamee     SB54 Law enforcement: sharing data. (20172018) SECTION 1. Section 11369 of the Health and Safety Code is repealed. SEC. 2. Chapter 17.25 (commencing with Section 7284) is added to Division 7 of Title 1 of the Government Code, to read: CHAPTER 17.25. Cooperation With Federal Immigration Authorities 7284. This […]

Thousand Oaks Council Reviews Projects — Remembers First Female Mayor

Thousand Oaks Council Reviews Projects — Remembers First Female Mayor

By Kevin Harris On Tuesday night, February 14, 2017, the Thousand Oaks City Council met to discuss and vote on city business, before adjourning to enjoy Valentines Day cheer with family and loved ones. In a much more streamlined and focused session than the previous one (Jan. 24, 2017), the Council accepted a detailed project […]

Second Show Added for BOB SAGET at the Civic Arts Plaza

Second Show Added for BOB SAGET at the Civic Arts Plaza

  April 1st at 7pm & 9:30pm* *9:30pm show on sale  Due to popular demand, a second show has been added for Bob Saget! Yes, Bob Saget has starred in many successful television shows, including two of the most family-friendly shows network TV has ever produced (Full Houseand Americas Funniest Home Videos ) but he’s […]

Thousand Oaks Council: Fights water rate Increase; Adopts “Granny Flat” rules; Accepts T.O. Blvd report

Thousand Oaks Council: Fights water rate Increase; Adopts “Granny Flat” rules; Accepts T.O. Blvd report

By Kevin B. Harris On Tuesday night, January 24, 2017, the Thousand Oaks City Council met for nearly five hours to discuss and vote on city business. Though business got done during the meeting, some of it dragged on, for perhaps needlessly, agonizingly lengthy debate. Major topics covered were: disputing a 32% Cal-Am water rate […]

Thousand Oaks to discuss secondary dwelling unit housing rule changes, CalAm water rate increase

Thousand Oaks to discuss secondary dwelling unit housing rule changes, CalAm water rate increase

By George Miller On Tuesday, 1-24-17, Thousand Oaks City Council will address secondary dwelling units (sometimes called ‘granny flats”) rule changes necessitated by new state law:     Read full 1-24-17 meeting agenda   Meeting starts 6 PM 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Thousand Oaks, CA 91362. | T: 805.449.2100 George Miller is Publisher of CitizensJournal.us […]

Help wanted: Thousand Oaks seeks Part Time Emergency Preparedness Assistant.

Help wanted: Thousand Oaks seeks Part Time Emergency Preparedness Assistant.

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Election results- November 8, 2016

Election results- November 8, 2016

 

VC Star brushes off CD-26 congressional candidate

VC Star brushes off CD-26 congressional candidate

Mr. Dagnesses, Thank you for the email and for sharing your thoughts with me, and those you have copied. This being the Friday afternoon prior to the Tuesday election we do not plan any additional coverage of the 26th Congressional District campaign. John Moore Editor (VC Star) Mobile: 805-312-0438 Office: 805-437-0200 John.Moore@VCStar.com www.vcstar.com   From: […]

Ventura Time Arc, a video look at a most beautiful place

Ventura Time Arc, a video look at a most beautiful place

Latest video by award-winning local photographer and all-around great guy David Pu’u- a real treat …. Btw, just made this. It was my effort to engage in the command to think on God’s good and beautiful things. Just uploaded it to my youtube channel. I had put it on a  couple of my FB pages […]

CLU Thousand Oaks City Council Candidate forum

CLU Thousand Oaks City Council Candidate forum

By William Hicks There were two candidate forums held by the Conejo Valley Chamber last night at CLU. This article covers the TO City Council Forum. The forum was held at the CLU Lundring Events Center. It was sponsored by Cohen Begun & Deck LLP, The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce and Waste Management. Dr. Gooch of […]