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Ventura City Council Votes to Create Climate Action Plan

Ventura City Council Votes to Create Climate Action Plan

By Kevin Harris VENTURA CITY COUNCIL VOTES TO CREATE CLIMATE ACTION PLAN DURING MONDAY’S COUNCIL MEETING The Ventura City Council unanimously approved of developing a Community Climate Action Plan on Monday night, following the lead of several other local cities and spurred on by enthusiastic attending speaker support. Also discussed were serious questions by Council […]

Camarillo City Council- March 22, April 12, Desalter and St. John’s Seminary Sr. project update

Camarillo City Council- March 22, April 12, Desalter and St. John’s Seminary Sr. project update

By Manuela Walter March 22nd City Council Meeting Marijuana Update: According to the March 22nd meeting minutes, during New Business—Oral Communications, Mayor McDonald noted the County was considering an ordinance to allow and regulate marijuana cultivation and facilities in the unincorporated areas. McDonald wanted the City to send a letter stating the City’s opposition to […]

Santa Paula: Inaugural Tax Measure Oversight Commission Chosen

Santa Paula: Inaugural Tax Measure Oversight Commission Chosen

By Sheryl Hamlin Taxing History In 2014, the City Council of Santa Paula approved a ballot measure, Measure F, a one cent sales tax which required monies to be divided into specific percentages for specific beneficiaries. A Specific Tax requires a 2/3 vote to pass. Measure F failed. In 2016, with the financial picture more […]

Thousand Oaks Council reviews Prop 64- Legalized Marijuana

Thousand Oaks Council reviews Prop 64- Legalized Marijuana

  By Kevin Harris Tuesday night’s long city council meeting was dominated by a workshop on CA Proposition 64; Recreational Marijuana, which state voters approved in November, 2016. Mayor De la Pena clarified at the beginning of the meeting that no decisions will be made during tonight’s gathering, and that the purpose of the evening […]

Review of 2-21-17 & 3-6-17 Port Hueneme City Council meetings

Review of 2-21-17 & 3-6-17 Port Hueneme City Council meetings

By Tom Dunn Hello Port Hueneme show host Tom Dunn and Laura Hernandez Review 2-21-17 & 3-6-17 (4 hrs. !) Port Hueneme City Council meetings This episode includes: Port Hueneme Pride, Miranda Park tennis courts, Karen Fitz, retirement, drought presentation, food trucks at beach, volunteer beach cleaning, front yard fences, strategic action plan http://helloporthuenemeblog.blogspot.com . […]

Review of Port Hueneme 3-20-17 City Council meeting

Review of Port Hueneme 3-20-17 City Council meeting

By Tom Dunn Hello Port Hueneme Program host Tom Dunn and Laura Hernandez take us through what happened at the March 20 Port Hueneme City Council meeting. Included are: New Police Chief Andrew Salinas, Changing of Fire Chief to John McNeil, Fences & permitting, Strategic Action Plan. http://helloporthuenemeblog.blogspot.com . Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme civic […]

Oxnard to discuss: Strategic Priorities; Committees & Boards reorganization; Single audit; Marijuana

Oxnard to discuss: Strategic Priorities; Committees & Boards reorganization; Single audit; Marijuana

By George Miller Important topics addressed at the Tuesday, March 28 Oxnard City Council, meeting will include: 6:00 pm Strategic Priorities Committees & Boards reorganization Future marijuana regulations Single audit presentation Prior 4:30 closed session will address two unspecified significant potential litigation situations and discussion of multiple labor bargaining unit negotiations. Read full meeting AGENDA […]

Faith Community’s Support Sought for Ventura Council’s Homeless Shelter?    You’re being played

Faith Community’s Support Sought for Ventura Council’s Homeless Shelter?    You’re being played

By Paul D. White   Ventura churches, don’t be fooled into supporting the City Council’s new homeless shelter plan. It is neither Christian nor compassionate, and will benefit neither the homeless nor our community. EVERY attempt by the City Council to elicit your approval of this project is total deceit on their part. The Council […]

Thousand Oaks City Council tackle Thorny Question of Acquiring “Gifted” Open Space at $500,000 Price Tag

Thousand Oaks City Council tackle Thorny Question of Acquiring “Gifted” Open Space at $500,000 Price Tag

By Kevin Harris The acquiring of 82 acres of gifted open space was the main event at Tuesday night’s March 14th Thousand Oaks City Council Meeting. Other key topics included public land use, two prestigious awards recently won by the our local Chamber of Commerce, and a special recognition for the city’s former Assistant Police […]

Oxnard residents again want to talk about Sanctuary City

Oxnard residents again want to talk about Sanctuary City

By George Miller Last week, there were at least 40 people at the 2-28-17 Oxnard City Council meeting to advocate declaring Oxnard a “sanctuary city.”  This week, far more showed up at the 3-7-17 meeting. We can’t even be sure how many, because two overflow rooms, including a library conference room in the Library and […]

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