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The Nightmares of Rebuilding After a Fire

The Nightmares of Rebuilding After a Fire

By Lori Denman If anyone would like to learn about the difficulties of rebuilding a home following a fire, due to required permits (some understandable, many not), view the Ventura City Council meeting on September 10. The meeting on September 10 was started by Deputy Mayor Matt LaVere. Mayor Andrews was absent and Councilmember Mike […]

2018 Candidate’s Forum | Moorpark City Council [VIDEO]

2018 Candidate’s Forum | Moorpark City Council [VIDEO]

      If you missed the Moorpark City Council Candidate Forum, check it out here!    Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Aaron Dunkel Candidate for Santa Paula City Council

Aaron Dunkel Candidate for Santa Paula City Council

      I was born in the middle of the San Joaquin Valley in a town not much different than Santa Paula. After graduating from Thomas Aquinas College in 2006, I decided to remain. Santa Paula is a beautiful small town with amazing, friendly people. After graduating, I got a job working in Ventura […]

Ginger Gherardi for Santa Paula City Council

Ginger Gherardi for Santa Paula City Council

      GingerGherardi4Council – Facebook Page Email  – GingerGherardi4Council@gmail.com I do not have a website. Your questions are all answered in the information below, except that I previously served on the Simi Valley City Council in the 1970’s.  I moved to Santa Paula in 1990. Taking action and getting results!  I have served on […]

Lance Ralston | Candidate for Oxnard City Council

Lance Ralston | Candidate for Oxnard City Council

      info@ralston4oxnard.org https://ralston4oxnard.org https://www.facebook.com/Ralston2018 Neighborhood/voting district: District 2 / Oxnard City Council   Biography: Birthplace: San Mateo, CA • October, 1955 Employment Lead Pastor, Calvary Chapel Oxnard September, 1982 to Present   Oxnard, CA ·         Founding Pastor ·         Planted and grew the congregation from a dozen to approximately 1200 adults ·         Oversees adult education, […]

Ventura City Council Candidates | Who They Are

Ventura City Council Candidates | Who They Are

By Lori Denman It is good to know the numerous candidates running for City Council in Ventura and more important to know their life experience and what they stand for. Here is a precise list of the candidates, along with their information and issues. Mail-in ballots will be sent on or around November 8. This […]

Oxnard Council Election Campaign Underway

Oxnard Council Election Campaign Underway

By Peter K. Godinez and George Miller It’s election time in Oxnard again- there were/are three this year- May Special recall election, June primary election and finally, the November general election. In reality, the bulk of the campaigns will only be about 6 weeks, since filings were only done by mid August, campaigns are just […]

Interim City Manager Appointed to Council

Interim City Manager Appointed to Council

By Lori Denman The city council meeting for Monday, August 27 was minimal and discussed the importance of hiring an interim city manager, as on Aug. 24 Dan Paranick has moved on. And… is a two-hour parking limit being imposed at Surfer’s Point? The city is in the process of recruiting a permanent city manager. […]

Ventura | You Can Stop Wasteful Spending

Ventura | You Can Stop Wasteful Spending

“Courage Cannot Be Counterfeited. It Is One Virtue That Escapes Hypocrisy.” —Napoleon Bonaparte The City of Ventura has a spending problem, and it’s time for an intervention. The fiscal crisis is not widely understood. At its core are the promised unfunded pensions for public employees.  Ventura’s pension contributions for 2018 are $17,410,000. The annual contributions will balloon […]

Oxnard Councilman Perello Pursues Channel Islands Harbor Water Quality Solution

Oxnard Councilman Perello Pursues Channel Islands Harbor Water Quality Solution

By George Miller For over a half century, Oxnard Channel Islands Harbor water cleanliness was enhanced  by the massive water cooling pumps of the NRG power plant, which was shut down in March, after prolonged opposition from environmentalists and NIMBY’s. Many millions of gallons daily were drawn out of the harbor to cool the half-gigawatt […]

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