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Advisory | Be Aware of Social Hacking

Advisory | Be Aware of Social Hacking

Please be aware of some of the posts you comment on while on Facebook or any relevant social media platform. Hackers and personal identities thieves thrive on personal information shared on social networks, so it is crucial to take active steps to keep your information secure. The easiest way to achieve this is to limit the […]

The plot to regulate California home schools

The plot to regulate California home schools

By Timothy R. Snowball When state legislators attempt to enact laws that burden or break our constitutional rights, they often cite concerns related to the “health, safety, and welfare” of the public. And while these generalized concerns may fall within the so-called residual police power left to states in our federal system, they are not a license […]

Grab Your Clubs: SEEAG Cup Golf Tournament – June 25

Grab Your Clubs: SEEAG Cup Golf Tournament – June 25

The 8th annual Ventura County AG Day Golf Tournament will be held at Spanish Hills Country Club on Monday, June 25th, 2018 at noon. The AG Day Golf Tournament is a day to show your support for children’s agricultural education while enjoying a gorgeous and fun-filled day on the green. SEEAG is very proud that […]

We Need Community Support! Many Mansions Veterans Home Development

We Need Community Support! Many Mansions Veterans Home Development

  The City Council will be considering a joint proposal by Many Mansions and the Housing Authority of the City of San Buenaventura to develop up to 200 affordable apartments for veterans on a 9.68-acre city owned site in east Ventura (Telephone and Wells). Our proposal is to develop a community including 200 homes: –54 […]

Annual “Follow the Money” report documents almost half a trillion in government waste, fraud and abuse

Annual “Follow the Money” report documents almost half a trillion in government waste, fraud and abuse

As many Californians raced to meet Tuesday’s deadline to file their tax returns, the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association released its annual Follow the Money report, exposing waste, fraud, and abuse of almost half a trillion hard-earned taxpayer dollars. The report documents examples of bureaucratic fraud and negligence, including a $440 million train meant to haul trash that […]

Officer-involved Shooting by Santa Paula Police Officer Justified After an Investigation by the Ventura County D.A.’s Office

Officer-involved Shooting by Santa Paula Police Officer Justified After an Investigation by the Ventura County D.A.’s Office

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today the issuance of a public report detailing the Office’s independent review of the circumstances surrounding the April 9, 2017, shooting of Jose Romero Gonzalez-Rendon by Santa Paula Senior Police Officer Matt Alonzo.  The report explains in detail that in the early morning hours of April […]

Master Gardeners | You are invited to the Vegetable Production Meeting on May 10 in Camarillo

Master Gardeners | You are invited to the Vegetable Production Meeting on May 10 in Camarillo

DATE: Thursday, May 10, 2018 TIME: 7:30 am to 11:30 am LOCATION: Freedom Center, 516 Eubanks Road, Camarillo CA 93010 (Turn from Pleasant Valley Road onto Eubanks toward airport. Freedom Center is on the left.) 7:30 am           REGISTRATION CHECK IN 8:00 am           Prometryn Applied in Cilantro and Its Effects on Rotational Vegetable, an IR-4 Project […]

Community Message: PUT YOUR PHONE DOWN !! JUST DRIVE !!

Community Message: PUT YOUR PHONE DOWN !! JUST DRIVE !!

Simi Valley, CA. – Drivers are using their cell phones less often while driving, 10 years after “hands-free” became the law, but distracted driving remains a serious safety challenge in California. Observing April as Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the first week in April as California Teen Safe Driving Week, safety advocates will focus on […]

District Attorney Warns of Telephone Scams

District Attorney Warns of Telephone Scams

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten warned Ventura County residents to be aware of possible scams involving fraudulent telephone calls from individuals posing as representatives of credit card companies. In recent incidents, a caller began by discussing credit card services, claiming to represent multiple credit card companies, and subsequently requesting identifying and account […]

Aircraft Advisory: Increase in aircraft activity at NBVC Point Mugu

Aircraft Advisory:  Increase in aircraft activity at NBVC Point Mugu

Ventura County Calif. – Starting Thursday, April 5, multiple aircraft will be arriving at Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) Point Mugu, in support of a Large Force Exercise (LFE). NBVC Point Mugu will host approximately 30 aircraft to include F/A-18 aircraft from Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Nine (VX-9) and VX-31, home based at Naval […]

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