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Evergreen Emission Solutions Accused Of Filter Scam on Truckers

Evergreen Emission Solutions Accused Of Filter Scam on Truckers

Public Service Announcement received 9/18/13 Unverified by CJ, but tread with caution         Scam Company Selling Filters Our good friends at the California Construction Trucking Association http://calcontrk.com/ alerted us to a company named Evergreen Emission Solutions that is selling DPF’s to unsuspecting truckers for $5,000.00. They recently held two seminars at the Hampton […]

Simi Valley/Moorpark Democrats to discuss Obamacare

Simi Valley/Moorpark Democrats to discuss Obamacare

Event Announcement Simi Valley/Moorpark Democrats will be discussing Obamacare The Simi Valley/Moorpark Democratic Club has scheduled a discussion at 7pm, sickness Wednesday, September 18 at the Simi Mall, tadalafil 1555 Town Center Way 2nd floor community room. Please confirm: http://www.simimoorparkdemocrats.com/team.php Session Leader Dylan H. Roby, PhD Assistant Professor of Health Policy & Management UCLA Fielding School […]

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CVUSD Board Member and United Common Core Science specialist teacher to discuss Common Core controversy

CVUSD Board Member and United Common Core Science specialist teacher to discuss Common Core controversy

Event Announcement Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 3327 Old Conejo Road, Newbury Park Wednesday, September 11 Social Networking: 6:30pm Meeting at 7:00pm Betsy Connolly of the CVUSD Board and United Common Core Science  specialist Teacher Michael Pucher discuss the controversy surrounding Common Core

Simi Attorney Baxter Resigns, Whiteface Specific Plan amendment approved, SEIU seeks CalPers health plan

Simi Attorney Baxter Resigns, Whiteface Specific Plan amendment approved, SEIU seeks CalPers health plan

By Debra Tash The Simi Valley City Council accepted the resignation of City Attorney, sick Marjorie Baxter in a closed session at their September 9th, price 2013 council meeting.  The City Attorney has two open investigations against her, including a defamation claim filed by Assistant City Attorney David Caceres on July 17 requesting $100,000 in […]

Preparing for the Affordable Health Care Act

Preparing for the Affordable Health Care Act

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Syrian Christians and moveon.org hold attack vigil in Ventura

Syrian Christians and moveon.org hold attack vigil in Ventura

By George Miller 9-9-13– Ventura- A vocal and concerned group of over 150 held a moveon.org and Veterans for Peace-organized “vigil” against Obama’s proposed attack on the Syrian government, outside the Ventura County Government Center on Monday night. According to Syrian group leadership at the event and our own observations, the group was overwhelmingly Christian […]

Moorpark Marketplace advanced by City Council; more property must be rezoned for “Fair Share” Housing

Moorpark Marketplace advanced by City Council; more property must be rezoned for “Fair Share” Housing

By Debra Tash At their September 4th 2013 meeting Moorpark’s city council approved moving forward with a zone amendment to the M1 industrial zone.  This change will accommodate the proposed Moorpark Marketplace.  The vote was 4 to 0, cialis Councilman Pollack absent. The amendment was tailor-made for the Moorpark Marketplace, click an upscale indoor swap […]

38 Dist. Assemblyman Scott Wilk seeks interns

38 Dist. Assemblyman Scott Wilk seeks interns

Announcement Interns Wanted The office is currently accepting resumes for our District Internship Program from qualified high school students, college students, or senior citizens who are eager to learn, get experience in the work force or get involved in government.Internship duties include: Assisting in basic office operations, legislative research, maintaining constituent relationships, and other various […]

Attend “The Paper Trail of Freedom- Documents that led to America’s Constitution”- on 9/11/13

Attend “The Paper Trail of Freedom- Documents that led to America’s Constitution”- on 9/11/13

Event Announcement Whether or not you are religious, this illuminating, well-documented historical research provides remarkable insight on the documents that led to America’s freedom and the sacrifice for that freedom. Commemorates Constitution Day, Sept 17. Wednesday, September 11, 2013, 6 P.M., Oxnard Public  Library, Meeting Room B, 251 South A Street, Oxnard, CA ________________________ In 1976, […]