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Jury finds Manuel Amaro guilty for 2011 Gabriel Madrigal murder

Jury finds Manuel Amaro guilty for 2011 Gabriel Madrigal murder

A jury has found murder defendant 35 year old Jose Manuel Amaro of Oxnard, cost guilty on all charges and allegations against him. On December 30, 2011 at approximately 2:50 in the afternoon, officers were dispatched to 1500 block of W. Fifth Street, regarding a shooting victim. They located 29-year-old Gabriel Madrigal who had been […]

Special Oxnard City Council emergency meeting Monday to discuss budget crisis

Special Oxnard City Council emergency meeting Monday to discuss budget crisis

By George Miller Up until now, we had not seen  projected figures nor have there been any public planning meetings for the budget due at the end of June. We have already been warned of deficits, first $2-3 million, more recently up to $9-10 million and now $11.6 million. The budget projection just received (attached) says that and […]

Transportation funding bill press conference

Transportation funding bill press conference

By George Miller Several officials, including Steven Brown- General Manager of Gold Coast Transit, Kristen Decas, CEO of Port of Hueneme, Darren Kettle- Executive Director of  Ventura County Transit Commission, Greg Nyhoff- Oxnard City Manager and Congresswoman Julia Brownley (Oxnard Councilman Bryan MacDonald, Gold Coast Board Member, was also present), staged a press conference at the Oxnard […]

T.O. City Council candidate debates

T.O. City Council candidate debates

By George Miller Debates for Thousand Oaks City Council candidates for the upcoming 6/2/15 special election are attracting attention, but not everyone can attend the live events. According to CitizensJournal.us reporter Bill Hicks, a prior candidates’ forum will be aired on TOTV on May 2 at 3:30 PM and May 3 at 9:0 PM. (schedule). Next debate […]

Santa Paula Salutes K-9 Officers: Hozy, Zak and Ace

Santa Paula Salutes K-9 Officers: Hozy, Zak and Ace

By Sheryl Hamlin The Santa Paula K-9 Unit started in 1981 with Sargent Rick Cook (former Mayor of Santa Paula) and partner “Bronco”. In the interim, viagra dosage the SPPD has utilized many of these highly trained, viagra sale intelligent German dogs as partners on the force. At the recent dinner hosted by the Santa […]

Santa Paula Planning Commission: Foothill Peck Specific Plan TM5475

Santa Paula Planning Commission: Foothill Peck Specific Plan TM5475

By Sheryl Hamlin History of the Project and Multiple Ballot Measures Municipal land use and development are codified in a General Plan, sales which is updated periodically, sale as required by law, stuff and also by state, county or municipal voter initiatives. Development proposals in the Adams Canyon have been presented to the voters on […]

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 4-29-15 news segment- Dallas Cowboys camp extended, HUD grants dispensed, New Trinity Church approved and more

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 4-29-15 news segment- Dallas Cowboys camp extended, HUD grants dispensed, New Trinity Church approved and more

By George Miller . On this segment (4-29-15) of the Good Morning Oxnard Show- Host Peter Godinez interviews George Miller, Publisher of CitizensJournal.us on Oxnard News, consisting of: California Beer Festival Hamburgers and Hops; New 3 year contract for Dallas Cowboys summer training camp; Housing Dept. distributes $3MM in HUD grants; $2.4 million “small, non-controversial” Consent Agenda- […]

Should the Camarillo Council take a closer look at the Ranch Foundation’s books?

Should the Camarillo Council take a closer look at the Ranch Foundation’s books?

By Logan McFadden The Camarillo Ranch Foundation (CRF) presented its annual report to the Camarillo City Council on April 22, stomach 2015. The 16th Annual Financial Report covered the nine months ended March 31, symptoms 2015. The Foundation co-treasurer thanked the City Council for its foresight in preserving Camarillo Ranch in 1998. The co-treasurer then […]

Ventura: Minor injures in bus crash at Santa Clara and Palm Streets

Ventura: Minor injures in bus crash at Santa Clara and Palm Streets

Tuesday morning, medicine April 28th, at 8:21am, Ventura City Fire personnel responded to a reported bus-auto accident. The first arriving engine company found a mid-sized sedan with moderate damage adjacent to a transit bus, both in the intersection of Santa Clara and Palm Streets. Two adult male victims with minor injuries were immediately identified and […]

Santa Clara River Cleanup: Get the Lead (and trash and junk and other bad stuff) Out!

Santa Clara River Cleanup: Get the Lead (and trash and junk and other bad stuff) Out!

By Nina Danza, Sierra Club Hands on was the name of the game at the Santa Clara River Earth Day Clean Up! Sierra Club hosted volunteers on Saturday April 25at the Santa Clara River Gateway Puente land , an area of about 300 acres owned by The Nature Conservancy at Johnson Drive & Hwy 101. […]