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Guv Brown Demands Nation Subsidize Sacramento Corruption and Radical Policies

Guv Brown Demands Nation Subsidize Sacramento Corruption and Radical Policies

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Jerry Brown is really upset!  President Trump and the Congressional GOP’ers have a tax plan to stop the nation from subsidizing the corruption and radical policies in Sacramento—Hundreds of billions for trains to nowhere, abusive Delta Tunnels, $21 billion for illegal aliens, a collapsing pension system […]

Ventura Mayor Erik Nasarenko Discusses Current City Issues

Ventura Mayor Erik Nasarenko Discusses Current City Issues

By Our Ventura TV Ventura Mayor, Erik Nasarenko, speaks with Sandra Siepak about the City of Ventura’s finances, ongoing drought and the library system. Nasarenko touches upon recent sales tax increase, homelessness, support for the Museum of Ventura County and other matters. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Santa Paula Works to Achieve Sustainable Finances

Santa Paula Works to Achieve Sustainable Finances

By Sheryl Hamlin The most straightforward definition of ‘finance’ comes from an American standard, Miriam-Webster: the way in which money is used and handled. The addition of the word ‘sustainable’ with the word ‘finance’ means: the ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level. Simply put: revenues minus expenditures should be greater than […]

A Former Oxnard Finance Director disputes retiree honors

A Former Oxnard Finance Director disputes retiree honors

 Editor’s note: This email to about 30 people is published with permission of Phil Molina, former Oxnard Finance Director (left 1999), whistleblower, who was fired, harassed, sued the city, won a substantial settlement on multiple appeals in federal court. He added to us that he is not singling out Grace Hoffman, but that she is the last […]

Camarillo City Council “fully aware” of Camarillo Ranch Foundation issues

Camarillo City Council “fully aware” of Camarillo Ranch Foundation issues

The Camarillo City Council met on Wednesday, May 13, 2015. During public comments, Matt Lorimer called for a public discussion of the Camarillo Ranch Foundation Board and the ranch’s operations. CitizensJournal has published an editorial submitted by Lori McVicker, a local resident, wherein she alleges financial statement irregularities and lax security HERE.    A Ranch board […]

CA Controller’s April Cash Report Shows Receipts more than $1.8 Billion over Projections

CA Controller’s April Cash Report Shows Receipts more than $1.8 Billion over Projections

State Treasurer Chiang Appoints Members to State Task Force on Bond Accountability

State Treasurer Chiang Appoints Members to State Task Force on Bond Accountability

State Treasurer John Chiang today appointed 12 individuals to a special task force he commissioned to develop best practices guidelines on the fiduciary care and use of State and local bond proceeds. The task force, which was created last month, will hold its first meeting in West Sacramento on April 8, 2015. “More than 4,000 California municipalities rely on bond money to construct the […]

State of Oxnard utilities systems and streets

State of Oxnard utilities systems and streets

By George Miller This segment recorded 2-4-15 with Host Peter Godinez and George Miller, ampoule Publisher, dosage Citizensjournal.us: who discusses the 2-3-15 Oxnard City Council presentation by Daniel Rydberg on the status of utilities- water, wastewater, storm water and streets. The Good Morning Oxnard show is recorded most Wednesday mornings (usually available as video on demand on kadytv.net within […]