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CA Controller Publishes 2016 Salary Data for University of California, Community Colleges, Fairs, Expos, and First 5 Commissions

CA Controller Publishes 2016 Salary Data  for University of California, Community Colleges,  Fairs, Expos, and First 5 Commissions

State Controller Betty T. Yee today updated her Government Compensation in California website to include 2016 self-reported data for the University of California (UC), community college districts, fairs and expositions, and First 5 commissions – a total of 445,374 positions and more than $18.69 billion in wages.  Users of the site can: View compensation levels […]

Simi Valley Man Sentenced to Eleven Years in Prison for Inflicting Corporal Injury on his Spouse And Child Endangerment

Simi Valley Man Sentenced to Eleven Years in Prison for Inflicting Corporal Injury on his Spouse And Child Endangerment

Superior Court Judge Michael Lief sentenced Jeffrey Michael Lindquist (DOB 05/04/1971), of Simi Valley, to 11 years in prison for inflicting corporal injury on his spouse, inflicting great bodily injury, dissuading a witness, and child endangerment.  Lindquist was also ordered to pay $66,243 in restitution.  Lindquist received the maximum sentence possible under the law. On […]

Simi Valley Police Foundation Golf Tournament Thursday August 31, 2017, Moorpark Country Club

Simi Valley Police Foundation Golf Tournament Thursday August 31, 2017, Moorpark Country Club

The Simi Valley Police Foundation is still accepting golfers for its “Bond and Birdies” Golf Tournament on Thursday August 31, 2017 at the Moorpark Country Club (11800 Championship Drive). Interested golfers can register today at www.svpf.org. Actor George Lazenby, who played James Bond in “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service,” will be on hand to support the […]

2017’s Best & Worst Community Colleges – WalletHub Study

2017’s Best & Worst Community Colleges – WalletHub Study

With back-to-school season upon us and several states, such as New York and Rhode Island, offering free community-college education starting this month, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2017’s Best & Worst Community Colleges, coupled with its state-by-state ranking of the Best & Worst Community-College Systems. To determine where students can receive […]

Simi Valley PD Stop For School Buses

Simi Valley PD Stop For School Buses

The Simi Valley Police Department would like to remind drivers that are meeting or overtaking, from either direction, a school bus displaying a flashing red light and stop signal arm that they MUST stop.  Drivers that are on divided or roadways with two or more lanes of travel in each direction need not stop upon […]

Constitution Week High Tea – September 16th

Constitution Week High Tea – September 16th

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Building the Hospital of the Future in Oxnard

Building the Hospital of the Future in Oxnard

Major Expansion and Modernization Projects at St. John’s Regional Medical Center St. John’s Regional Medical Center (SJRMC), a Dignity Health hospital, is proud to announce a new modernization and expansion project that will transform our campus into the hospital of the future. As part of our ongoing mission to provide the latest medical technologies and […]

Peace Officers Research Association of California PORAC Continues to Seek Peace in the Face of Tragedy

Peace Officers Research Association of California PORAC Continues to Seek Peace in the Face of Tragedy

Law enforcement has been targeted for simply answering the call of duty. The murders of Kissimmee Officer Matthew Baxter and Sergeant Sam Howard and the attempted murders of Jacksonville Officers Michael Fox and Kevin Jarrell are a reminder of the reality every police officer faces in our streets. This is a tragic trend in the […]

Foundation CEO Honored With 2017 Camarillo Don Award

Foundation CEO Honored With 2017 Camarillo Don Award

The Camarillo Ranch Foundation is pleased to announce that Martin Daly, Foundation CEO, is being honored with a Camarillo Don Award from the Pleasant Valley Historical Society. An award that recognizes outstanding local residents who have made a difference in the community through their professional and volunteer efforts for at least twenty years will be […]

“EMPOWERED” – A Women’s Safety Forum

“EMPOWERED” – A Women’s Safety Forum

The Thousand Oaks Police Department will present “Empowered, a Women’s Safety Forum,” on September 6 at California Lutheran University, in support of the Police Department’s core mission in protecting the community. In collaboration with other community partners, the Police Department will be providing this free women’s safety forum to members of the community. One way […]

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