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Conejo Valley School Board District Advisory Council accused of violating Open Meeting laws

Conejo Valley School Board District Advisory Council accused of violating Open Meeting laws

By Cathy Carlson Editor’s note: Why is this newsworthy? Because a concerned citizen was illegally denied her right to speak out about a huge ($197,000,000) proposed bond issue which she felt was wasteful– allegedly triggering multiple Brown Act violations and a cover-up, not to mention intimidation. She claims DA’s office issued a letter of reprimand […]

The City of Ventura’s Mary Joyce Ivers, CPFP, PWLF, Appointed to APWA Board of Directors

The City of Ventura’s Mary Joyce Ivers, CPFP, PWLF, Appointed to APWA Board of Directors

Moorpark’s Do It Center is closing shop

Moorpark’s Do It Center is closing shop

By Debra Tash Another retailer is moving out of Moorpark.  The Do It Center, which carries hardware, plants, kitchen items and seasonal wares will be closing shop in the Mission Bell Shopping Plaza that it once shared with Albertsons.  Like the grocery store chain, Do It just didn’t get enough customers to keep its doors […]

Debate Report: CA Jerry Brown vs Neel Kashkari for Governor- 9-4-14

Debate Report: CA Jerry Brown vs Neel Kashkari for Governor- 9-4-14

By George Miller   This was the first and possibly the only debate between California gubernatorial candidates Jerry Brown Debate sponsored by California Channel, Sacramento, CA- calchannel.com. Interestingly, both moderators were from the political left, from LA Times and Telemundo Ch 52. Abbreviated notes from debate:   Opening statements: Brown– I saved the state budget, […]

Citizen visits Santa Paula Firefighters who saved his life with CPR

Citizen visits Santa Paula Firefighters who saved his life with CPR

UPDATE—Snake now in custody—Deadly monocled cobra spotted in Thousand Oaks area

UPDATE—Snake now in custody—Deadly monocled cobra spotted in Thousand Oaks area

The albino monocled cobra was nabbed after it skittered across a residential street in Thousand Oaks.  It had just left an open space area and scooted into a backyard a few doors down from where it had bitten a dog days earlier.  It took half an hour for fire and animal control personnel to locate […]

Ribbon cutting for the newly paved alleys in Somis

Ribbon cutting for the newly paved alleys in Somis

By Debra Tash In a symbolic gesture this morning, Supervisor Linda Parks, cut a ribbon strung across the alley behind the Somis Post Office.  The alleys, which run in back of a small commercial strip of storefronts on the east side and private homes on the west side, have been a problem for residents for […]

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 8-27-14

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 8-27-14

By KadyTV.com     http://kadytv.com Host Peter Godinez interviews Oxnard City Councilman and Mayoral candidate Bryan MacDonald, Even Ocello, hosts social media training advocate Maximillian S. …. GMO 8-27 MTC BRYAN MACDONALD OXNARD MAYOR CANDIDATE GMO 8-27 EVAN OCELLO 2004 CONEJO VALLEY LL CHAMPIONS GMO 8-27 SOCIAL MEDIA TRAINING GMO 8-27 BROADCASTING PROGRAM GMO 8-27 […]

Santa Paula Labor Day Parade

Santa Paula Labor Day Parade

By KADYTV.com      http://kadytv.com This little town stages a BIG parade! Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream _________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE

Ventura County Sheriff’s Association salutes a fallen officer

Ventura County Sheriff’s Association salutes a fallen officer

  On Labor Day the Ventura County Sheriff’s Association honored Deputy Hagop Jake Kuredjian on their Facebook page.  Deputy Kuredjian, who served with the Los Angeles County Sheriff, was killed in the line of deputy on Friday, August 31st.  May he rest in peace. From the Association: “Deputy Hagop Jake Kuredjian was shot and killed […]