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Notice: Treatment Plans for Asian Citrus Psyllid in Somis Area—Meeting Sept. 17th

Notice: Treatment Plans for Asian Citrus Psyllid in Somis Area—Meeting Sept. 17th

 

Dr. Marshall Foster’s “Hope for Our Time” places history in perspective

Dr. Marshall Foster’s “Hope for Our Time” places history in perspective

By George Miller Marshall Foster, founder of the World History Institute, was the guest speaker at the History Makers International launch of At The City Gates “Lights in the City” campaign on Thursday, July 30th at the Ventura Carrows Restaurant.  Dr. Foster is also chairman of the Global Prayer Strategy Initiative (publisher of the World Prayer […]

CA Legislature sends Brown microbead ban

CA Legislature sends Brown microbead ban

. After a roller coaster ride through the Senate, a bill enacting the nation’s toughest ban on so-called “microbeads” headed to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk for signature. Doubts overcome After sailing through the Assembly in May, AB888, introduced by Richard Bloom, D-Santa Monica, languished in Sacramento’s upper chamber. As the Sacramento Bee reported, “it was blocked by […]

Consultant advises Oxnard to restate financials

Consultant advises Oxnard to restate financials

By George Miller Tuesday’s Oxnard City Council meeting may be saved from being an otherwise long, boring, seemingly interminable session. In fact, it should be “interesting.” The ink on new Chief Financial Officer Joseph Lillio’s new business cards is barely dry and already he’s involved in a project to rectify various major financial records errors, although the […]

Tom Palzer: Republican Candidate for Senate

Tom Palzer: Republican Candidate for Senate

State Senate approves bill to revive Kelo-style redevelopment

State Senate approves bill to revive Kelo-style redevelopment

. California has moved one step closer to the return of redevelopment and the controversial power to seize private property through eminent domain. The state Senate approved legislation Wednesday that would give local governments the power to create new entities, known as community revitalization authorities, to stimulate economically-depressed or crime-ridden areas. Assembly Bill 2 would grant these […]

Camarillo City Council: Camarillo Springs hillside safety project moves forward

Camarillo City Council: Camarillo Springs hillside safety project moves forward

In a special meeting on September 9, 2015, the Camarillo City Council voted 4-0 to move forward with Kane Geo Tech’s (Kane) design recommendations for improvements to the hillside above the Camarillo Springs community. Councilmember Charlotte Craven was not present. The Camarillo Springs Community is at high risk for future debris flows in the event […]

Middle school boy arrested, charged with assault for kissing classmate on a dare

Middle school boy arrested, charged with assault for kissing classmate on a dare

A 13-year-old Baltimore middle school boy is facing a second-degree assault charge as a juvenile after he allegedly kissed a classmate without her permission. Baltimore County police officers and Baltimore County school officials responded to a report of an assault between two eighth-grade students this week at Pikesville Middle School, medications local Fox station WBFF […]

CA Legislation affecting hunting & fishing

CA Legislation affecting hunting & fishing

By Gaines & Associates This is a periodic report produced by Gaines & Associates, viagra which monitors California state legislative activity impacting hunting & fishing, with an objective of protecting sportsmen’s rights.   Click for G&A Special Report – CA State Legislature – 2015 Session Wrap-Up — September 12 2015       _________________________ Get Citizensjournal.us […]

California Will Give Free High School Diplomas To Kids Who Flunked Out

California Will Give Free High School Diplomas To Kids Who Flunked Out

The state of California is poised to award thousands of high school degrees to dropouts by passing a new law retroactively removing the requirement to pass a high school exit exam. The California High School Exit Exam (CASHEE) was created in 2004, and is intended to make sure that students have a rudimentary grasp of English […]