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California Gov Jerry Brown Signs Law Allowing People to Kill Their Family in Assisted Suicides

California Gov Jerry Brown Signs Law Allowing People to Kill Their Family in Assisted Suicides

By  ALEXANDRA SNYDER   California governor Jerry Brown signed into law yesterday a bill (AB 282) that allows any person to “aid, advise, and encourage” suicide under the state’s assisted suicide law. Until now, these actions were felonies, as the state had a longstanding policy to protect people from self-harm. The bill was introduced in the […]

Oxnard Celebrates Constitution, Latino Heritage, Examines Heavy Housing/Homeless Issues

Oxnard Celebrates Constitution, Latino Heritage, Examines Heavy Housing/Homeless Issues

By George Miller The Oxnard Council started off the 9-18-18 meeting on a very positive note, celebrating an amazing undefeated girls Rio baseball team, voted to celebrate the 231st anniversary of the US Constitution, then a month-long celebration of Hispanic Heritage month. According to the census, 3/4 of Oxnardians are of Hispanic heritage. Just about […]

Santa Paula | Final Tract Map for Historic Hardison House

Santa Paula | Final Tract Map for Historic Hardison House

By Sheryl Hamlin At the September 19, 2018 Santa Paula City Council meeting, the tract map for the Hardison House remainder parcel surrounded by 36 units from Williams Homes was approved 3-0 with Council Member Procter recusing and Council Member Hernandez resigned. History Williams Homes bought this property in January 2014. The Ciyty’s planning consultant […]

California High-Speed Rail Proposes Controversial Burbank-to-Palmdale Route

California High-Speed Rail Proposes Controversial Burbank-to-Palmdale Route

By Chriss Street The California High Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) surprised local communities on Wednesday by proposing a controversial Burbank-to-Palmdale route featuring above-ground tracks. The Los Angeles Times reported that the proposed 38-mile track alignment will cross the San Gabriel Mountains via a series of at grade sections and five separate tunnels. The bullet train’s original route, offered in […]

City of Ventura Files Amended Cross-Complaint in Ventura River Litigation

City of Ventura Files Amended Cross-Complaint in Ventura River Litigation

The City of San Buenaventura (City) filed its amended cross-complaint in the Ventura River litigation brought by Santa Barbara Channelkeeper (Channelkeeper) against the City and the State Water Resources Control Board. The City did not start this case but it has no choice but to defend itself. The City’s filing brings into the litigation all […]

Citizens Journal Announces T.O. City Council Candidates and Upcoming Forums

Citizens Journal Announces T.O. City Council Candidates and Upcoming Forums

By Kevin Harris There are three City Council Seats set to open in Thousand Oaks, each for a full four-year term, to be filled during the General Municipal Elections, being held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.  Of the 11 certified candidates for those three spots, two are incumbents; Joel R. Price, and Claudia Bill-de la […]

Bill Clinton’s Former ‘WAR ROOM’ Director Quietly Advising Kavanaugh Accuser

Bill Clinton’s Former ‘WAR ROOM’ Director Quietly Advising Kavanaugh Accuser

  By BENNY JOHNSON, Reporter At Large   Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser Christine Blasey Ford is getting advice by Democratic super-activist Ricki Seidman, Politico reports. Seidman, currently an executive at a public relations company, has worked for the Dukakis, Mondale and Clinton campaigns for president. She served as Joe Biden’s communications director when he was named Barack Obama’s running mate […]

The Nightmares of Rebuilding After a Fire

The Nightmares of Rebuilding After a Fire

By Lori Denman If anyone would like to learn about the difficulties of rebuilding a home following a fire, due to required permits (some understandable, many not), view the Ventura City Council meeting on September 10. The meeting on September 10 was started by Deputy Mayor Matt LaVere. Mayor Andrews was absent and Councilmember Mike […]

Santa Paula: East Area 1 Schedule and Behavioral Health Pilot Program

Santa Paula: East Area 1 Schedule and Behavioral Health Pilot Program

By Sheryl Hamlin East Area 1 Schedule Tim Jones, project manager for the East Area 1 project now called “Harvest”, presented the status of the project with emphasis on the Hallock & Telegraph intersection during the September 19, 2018 Santa Paula Council meeting. This road work has been described in two previous articles: 6-Lane Railroad […]

FBI Agents Shut Down This New Mexico Observatory and People Suspected Aliens | It Was Child Perverts

FBI Agents Shut Down This New Mexico Observatory and People Suspected Aliens | It Was Child Perverts

Grace Carr | Reporter A solar observatory in New Mexico mysteriously closed for 10 days prompting speculation that there might have been some sort of threat, even extraterrestrial, but evidence reveals that a janitor allegedly downloading child pornography was the real culprit. Court documents show the site was shut down after a July FBI investigation traced […]

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