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T.O. City Council Approves New Assisted Care Facility & Begins First Phase of Downtown Revitalization Tuesday Night

T.O. City Council Approves New Assisted Care Facility & Begins First Phase of Downtown Revitalization Tuesday Night

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council removed technical barriers to approve the building of a new assisted living facility, and authorized public outreach for the first phase of the Downtown Revitalization Plan, during Tuesday’s City Council Meeting. Other meeting business included approving an addition parking lot at “The Reserve” Senior Living Community, and […]

Thousand Oaks Focuses on the Homeless at City Council Meeting; Will Form Ad Hoc Committee

Thousand Oaks Focuses on the Homeless at City Council Meeting; Will Form Ad Hoc Committee

By Kevin Harris Countywide homelessness was the focus of Tuesday’s Thousand Oaks City Council meeting, during an unusual evening that had no public hearings and just one public speaker.  The presentation, a Department Report called “Spotlight on Homelessness,” was a discussion presented by Deputy City Manager Gary Rogers, but also included input from Police Chief Tim […]

TO City Council Improves Resident Golfing Program and Says Goodbye to Retiring Fire Chief

TO City Council Improves Resident Golfing Program and Says Goodbye to Retiring Fire Chief

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council made golfing easier for residents, and said goodbye to the city’s longtime, retiring Fire Chief during Tuesday night’s City Council Meeting.   Resident Golf Cards During the meeting’s only Public Hearing (Item 8A), the City Council considered amending the city’s Resident Golf Program, established in 1992, to streamline […]

Trio Arrested for Fraudulent Prescription Conspiracy

Trio Arrested for Fraudulent Prescription Conspiracy

During the months of September and October 2017, numerous pharmacies in Oxnard and Thousand Oaks determined fraudulent prescriptions had been passed or attempted to be passed at their pharmacies. An investigation for fraudulent or forged prescriptions used to obtain a controlled medication was initiated in both cities. The Pharmaceutical Crimes Unit (PCU) began an investigation. […]

T.O. City Council Approves Water Rate Hikes and Executive Pay Raises at Sept. 26 Meeting

T.O. City Council Approves Water Rate Hikes and Executive Pay Raises at Sept. 26 Meeting

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council approved water rate hikes and raises for city executives during Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. They also temporarily extended the land lease for a company promising to put an art museum in the heart of the city’s downtown revitalization district.  Water & Wastewater Rates Item 8A was […]

Economic Development; EV Charging Stations and CAPER Report all Gain Ground in Thousand Oaks

Economic Development; EV Charging Stations and CAPER Report all Gain Ground in Thousand Oaks

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council voted to form a new committee to begin enacting elements of its new, ambitious Economic Development Plan at its meeting Tuesday night. The Council also streamlined approval procedures for local electric vehicle charging stations, and cleared last year’s HUD report for submittal to the agency. Moving Forward […]

Kristin Chenoweth at The Civic Arts Plaza

Kristin Chenoweth at The Civic Arts Plaza

 

Thousand Oaks Police and Fire Departments ‘Coffee with the Chiefs’ Community Outreach

Thousand Oaks Police and Fire Departments ‘Coffee with the Chiefs’ Community Outreach

Thousand Oaks: State of the City 2014–A time to remember the past and embrace the future

Thousand Oaks: State of the City 2014–A time to remember the past and embrace the future

By Kelsey Stuart Folded linen table napkins, decadent cheesecakes and 400 members of the community attended Thousand Oaks’ 2014 State of the City at California Lutheran University. “Today is really about being here to support the city,” Dan Roundtree said, chairman of the city’s planning commission. Roundtree mentioned that in his three years on the […]

City’s Council on Aging Hosts “Responding to the Care Giving Crisis” Presentation

City’s Council on Aging Hosts “Responding to the Care Giving Crisis” Presentation
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