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Oxnard Council Mulls East Village & Portofino Developments; Approves More Police Benefits ; Amends Industrial Zoning

Oxnard Council Mulls East Village & Portofino Developments; Approves More Police Benefits ; Amends Industrial Zoning

By George Miller On 3-19-19, the Oxnard Council: heard a proposal for a joint use project between the high school district and a residential/commercial developer; touted April 12 Oxnard  Job Fair; heard status of East Village Development Project; had some reservations about the Portofino Place Residential Development Project; approved health care benefits increases for Oxnard Peace Officers Association […]

Proposed Embarcadero Waterfront Homeless Shelter Not A Treat For San Francisco Residents

Proposed Embarcadero Waterfront Homeless Shelter Not A Treat For San Francisco Residents

Whitney Tipton | Contributor   The Port Commission of San Francisco is set to approve a prime Embarcadero waterfront location for what will be the largest homeless shelter in the city. The commissioners, appointed by the mayor, are scheduled to vote on the proposal April 23. It is expected to be approved. “The commission is […]

Man Charged with Gross Vehicular Manslaughter While Intoxicated

Man Charged with Gross Vehicular Manslaughter While Intoxicated

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Shane Felton Loomis (DOB 07/17/72), of Thousand Oaks, has been charged with one count of felony gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and a special allegation of having a blood alcohol content of 0.15 percent or higher. This charge stems from a solo traffic collision that occurred […]

Jackie Rose selected to run County’s Animal Services Department

Jackie Rose selected to run County’s Animal Services Department

VENTURA, Calif. – Jackie Rose has been selected as the new director of the Animal Services Department. The appointment was made by County Executive Officer Mike Powers following a search which included strong internal and external candidates. Rose will be relocating from the state of Washington to assume her duties. Rose has 12 years of […]

Special Counsel Delivers Mueller Report to Attorney General Barr

Special Counsel Delivers Mueller Report to Attorney General Barr

By JOSHUA CAPLAN Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday delivered his report on possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 presidential election to Attorney General William Barr, the Justice Department said. The report will now be reviewed by Barr, who has previously stated he will write his own account communicating Mueller’s findings to […]

Ventura | ‘Leap of Faith’ Complex – New Ideas for an Old Project

Ventura | ‘Leap of Faith’ Complex – New Ideas for an Old Project

By Kevin Harris The Ventura City Council green lighted the review process for a local, controversial new residential-commercial complex, adopted an amended second-year Capital Improvement Plan, and authorized the city to fund the Museum of Ventura County another $250,000, during a marathon, 5-hour city council meeting Monday night. The meeting was so long that the […]

Overwhelmed ICE Facilities Forced To Release 100,000 Illegal Aliens In Past Three Months

Overwhelmed ICE Facilities Forced To Release 100,000 Illegal Aliens In Past Three Months

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator   ICE detainment centers have become so overwhelmed with illegal aliens that the agency has been forced to release over 100,000 migrant family members in the past three months. While speaking to reporters on Thursday, Nathalie Asher, a senior official with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, revealed that her agency has […]

Santa Paula: Chair Michael Schouten Presents Youth Advisory Council Journey

Santa Paula: Chair Michael Schouten Presents Youth Advisory Council Journey

By Sheryl Hamlin During Public Presentations of the March 20, 2019 Santa Paula City Council Meeting, Michael Schouten, Chair of the Santa Paula Youth Advisory Council presented the productive journey of the Santa Paula Youth Advisory Council (YAC) as well as goals for future. Michael Schouten acknowledged the other committee members:  • Vice Chair Nathan […]

Santa Paula: Will the City Downsize and Bifurcate the Municipal Services?

Santa Paula: Will the City Downsize and Bifurcate the Municipal Services?

By Sheryl Hamlin This article elaborates on the March 18, 2019 Community meeting where the possibility of a relocation of city services to two different locations was discussed. Read that report here. No materials were provided comparing the size and footprint of the current City Hall and municipal services which stretches from Mill to 10th […]

Boys & Girls Club receives Health Champion Award from Ventura County Board of Supervisors

Boys & Girls Club receives Health Champion Award from Ventura County Board of Supervisors

OXNARD, Calif.—The Ventura County Board of Supervisors honored the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme with the Partnership for a Healthy Ventura County’s Health Champion Award. The award is presented each year to a community partner who excels in one of four committee focus areas. The board is presenting this award […]

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