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Jorge Moreno arraigned on 24 felonies- posed as immigration attorney- faces 22 years in slammer

Jorge Moreno arraigned on 24 felonies- posed as immigration attorney- faces 22 years in slammer

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Jesus Garcilazo convicted of 6 felony counts, sentenced to 40 months in prison, $185K+ fines

Jesus Garcilazo convicted of 6 felony counts, sentenced to 40 months in prison, $185K+ fines

        Earlier stuff: http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2014/09/defendant-pleads-guilty-to-investment-scamtargeted-oxnard-residents-3030104.html http://citizensjournal.us/defendant-pleads-guilty-to-investment-scam-targeted-oxnard-residents/ http://www.vcdistrictattorney.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/12-044-Coria-Plea-Kardum.pdf   Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE  

Ballot Propositions Voter Guide- Ventura County Taxpayers Association

Ballot Propositions Voter Guide- Ventura County Taxpayers Association

      Editors note: Ballot initiative recommendations are in conflict with Garry Aminoff analysis: http://citizensjournal.us/analysis-of-the-propositions-for-november-4-2014-ca-ballot/   _____________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE

City of Thousand Oaks Extends Deadline to Apply for Cultural Affairs Commission

City of Thousand Oaks Extends Deadline to Apply for Cultural Affairs Commission

The City is seeking applicants for its Cultural Affairs Commission and has extended its deadline until Tuesday, October 28, 2014.  There are currently three (3) scheduled vacancies on the Cultural Affairs Commission.    The Cultural Affairs Commission serves as an advisory body to the City Council on matters pertaining to the arts and cultural development in […]

Conference to Shine a Light on Our Community’s Foster Children

Conference to Shine a Light on Our Community’s Foster Children

Deeply Committed Adults Can Dramatically Transform a Neglected or Abused Child’s life   (VENTURA COUNTY, Calif.) — Oct. 15, 2014 – Miracles happen when an adult becomes a lifetime parent for a foster child. The first annual Foster Youth Advocacy Conference in Ventura will give people the education and resources they need to begin creating […]

Road repairs scheduled for October 21 – 23 on Victoria Avenue at the Highway 126 bridge in Ventura

Road repairs scheduled for October 21 – 23 on Victoria Avenue at the Highway 126 bridge in Ventura

City of Ventura The City of Ventura will be repairing failed and disrupted pavement on Victoria Avenue at the Highway 126 bridge, help next week, store  October 21-23.  Motorists are advised to use extra caution during the maintenance work, and avoid the area if possible. Repair work hours will be 8:30am-3:00pm and traffic delays are expected. The on/off […]

“Lights on After School” – Open House at Westpark Community Center in Ventura–Oct. 16th

“Lights on After School” – Open House at Westpark Community Center in Ventura–Oct. 16th

Tonight Tuesday Oct.14: “Unfair” movie exposing the IRS

Tonight Tuesday Oct.14: “Unfair” movie exposing the IRS

Tonight, theaters across America will host a one-night-only showing of an important new documentary. It’s called “Unfair,” and it shows how the IRS transformed from a simple revenue collection agency into the most feared criminal organization in America. Today’s IRS acts as judge, jury and executioner. It seizes property without regard for the Fourth Amendment. […]

FOOD Share’s annual Tackle Hunger campaign aims to raise 150,000-pounds of food for holiday season 

FOOD Share’s annual Tackle Hunger campaign aims to raise 150,000-pounds of food for holiday season 

  Food bank supporters gear up for 3rd annual CAN-tree Collection event   (VENTURA COUNTY, Calif.) – FOOD Share kicked off its annual Tackle Hunger campaign last week with an event which drew community, business and agricultural leaders to celebrate and pledge their support to help the regional food bank achieve its goal to raise […]

National Federation of Independent Businesses Endorses Rob McCoy for Assembly District 44 in Ventura County

National Federation of Independent Businesses Endorses Rob McCoy for Assembly District 44 in Ventura County

The National Federation of Independent Business, California’s and the nation’s leading small business association has announced the endorsement of Rob McCoy for Assembly District 44. “Rob McCoy is the choice for small business in Assembly District 44,” said John Kabateck, NFIB/CA executive director. “As someone who runs a small business, he has first-hand knowledge of […]