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The Building Permit Process for Re-building Your Home: Public Meetings for Property Owners Affected by the Thomas Fire

The Building Permit Process for Re-building Your Home: Public Meetings for Property Owners Affected by the Thomas Fire

(VENTURA, Calif.) – Property owners who lost a home or other structure during the Thomas Fire are invited to attend one of two public outreach presentations on June 26 or June 28 to learn about the requirements for obtaining a building permit to re-build, and the County’s expedited building permit process for fire victims. While the […]

Nikki Haley Withdraws From UN Human Rights Council, Calling “It A Cesspool Of Political Bias”

Nikki Haley Withdraws From UN Human Rights Council, Calling “It A Cesspool Of Political Bias”

Hanna Bogorowski | Contributor The United States will withdraw from the United Nations Human Rights Council, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Geneva announced Tuesday. “The Human Rights Council has become an exercise in shameless hypocrisy, with many of the world’s worst human rights abuses going […]

Ventura City Council Adopts Fireworks Social Host Ordinance

Ventura City Council Adopts Fireworks Social Host Ordinance

The Ventura City Council adopted a Fireworks Social Host Ordinance during its regular meeting on June 18, 2018.  Under the new ordinance, any homeowner, renter, or person in charge of a residence or other private property who knows or should know of the sale, use, and/or possession of any fireworks on private property are subject […]

Tri-County Collaboration brings energy efficiency funding to region

Tri-County Collaboration brings energy efficiency funding to region

VENTURA, Calif. – On May 31, 2018, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), approved an Energy Efficiency Business Plan submitted by a tri-county collaboration that will allow local governments to have more flexibility over program design to meet local needs and bring ratepayer dollars directly to their region. Business plans were submitted by Investor-Owned Utilities […]

Cannabis Tax; Landscaping; Showing Police Respect… Monday Night’s Simi City Council Meeting

Cannabis Tax; Landscaping; Showing Police Respect… Monday Night’s Simi City Council Meeting

By Kevin Harris The Simi Valley City Council unanimously decided that it will ask voters to consider a commercial cannabis tax during the general election in November. Also passed unanimously during Monday night’s City Council Meeting was a resolution approving local landscaping assessments, and a request by one City Council Member for a new city […]

Carjacking at Gunpoint near Colonia | 1 Suspect in Custody

Carjacking at Gunpoint near Colonia | 1 Suspect in Custody

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release Officers are searching for at least two carjacking suspects and one is in custody. The suspect and accomplices carjacked a red Mazda 3 sedan at gunpoint just after 2 a.m. near Colonia Road. The suspects drove the man to nearby ATM’s where they made withdrawals from his bank […]

NFL Play60 Comes to Naval Base Ventura County

NFL Play60 Comes to Naval Base Ventura County

By Tim Pompey Encouraging kids to play is a worthwhile goal. But in this age of video games, getting them outdoors to do it might take some extra work. The National Football League and The Los Angeles Rams brought their Play60 Program to Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) in Port Hueneme on Saturday, May 12 […]

Camarillo Hospice Announces New Groups for May

Camarillo Hospice Announces New Groups for May

This May, Camarillo Hospice, A Program of Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association, will be offering two new groups for Bereaved Parents.             A Bereaved Mother’s Support Group Second Thursday of every month 6:00 to 7:30 pm             A Bereaved Father’s Support Group Second Thursday of every month 6:00 to 7:30 pm The death of a child […]

T.O. Residents Voice Opposition to SB54; Council Eases Zoning for Cannabis Businesses Tuesday Night

T.O. Residents Voice Opposition to SB54; Council Eases Zoning for Cannabis Businesses Tuesday Night

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council was swarmed by residents opposing California’s “Sanctuary Cities” policies during a Public Comments session at last Tuesday’s City Council Meeting. The lawmakers also voted to ease certain zoning restrictions, making it easier for cannabis businesses to open within city limits.  Public Comments – SB54 During Item 6 […]

Beaumont City Council To Consider Opting-Out of SB54!

Beaumont City Council To Consider Opting-Out of SB54!

Beaumont, CA – The Beaumont City Council is to consider Opting-Out of SB54, the California Sanctuary State Bill at the April 17, 2018 meeting.  If passed, the city of Beaumont will be the first in Riverside County.  This protest movement, already gaining ground in 9 cities in Orange and San Diego Counties so far, declares […]

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