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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 […]

Santa Paula Fire Department joined in on the parade

Santa Paula Fire Department joined in on the parade

The fine individuals serving on the city’s Fire Department rode in their trucks today as they participated in the Santa Paula Labor Day parade.  Immediately following the parade the Ventura Agricultural Museum hosted more than two dozen classic farm tractors from decades past.  They were displayed out in the museum’s back lot.  The Vintage Tractor […]

Landscaping Permit Fees Waived by Camarillo Council

Landscaping Permit Fees Waived by Camarillo Council

The Camarillo City Council met on August 27, hospital 2014.  Water conservation was discussed with respect to landscaping.  In order to encourage compliance with a city ordinance requiring a landscaping permit, homeowners and businesses are exempt from fees normally assessed by the city.   A Resolution was passed unanimously waiving certain permit fees for conversion of […]

Residents oppose Conejo Creek Development

Residents oppose Conejo Creek Development

By Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council and Planning Commission held a second joint public hearing Wednesday evening, August 27th.  The hearing provided an opportunity for comments from the public on the proposed Conejo Creek project.  The Council Chamber was packed and residents stood outside to watch the hearing on a live TV feed.  In […]

Lone boater rescued from choppy seas outside Ventura Harbor

Lone boater rescued from choppy seas outside Ventura Harbor

Two victims–in critical condition–freed from rollover on 126

Two victims–in critical condition–freed from rollover on 126

Former Romney VP running mate Paul Ryan heckled at Reagan Library

Former Romney VP running mate Paul Ryan heckled at Reagan Library

By Debra Tash To an audience of over 1000 people, one time Vice Presidential candidate, Paul Ryan, did an informal sit down interview with Bill Bennett, tonight at the Reagan Library, with Citizensjournal.us there.  Bennett had switched to the Republican Party in 1986 and later served in the George W. Bush administration.  Ryan won his […]