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Michael Powers: The State of the County is Strong

Michael Powers: The State of the County is Strong

By Michael Powers, Ventura County CEO VENTURA COUNTY – “The state of the county is strong as we continue to respond to the impact of the Thomas Fire, balance social safety, and health services” said Michael Powers, CEO for Ventura County, at his July 19th joint presentation to the Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura Chambers of Commerce […]

The Worldwide Divide Between Government Minimalists and Socialist Government ‘Maximalists’

The Worldwide Divide Between Government Minimalists and Socialist Government ‘Maximalists’

    By Sigrid Weidenweber America’s division into two diametrically opposed entities is, after all, taken from the same playbook providing the intellectual war fought in Europe. When cogently analyzed, one finds it to be a chasm in intellectual cognition between progressive elitists and the people they govern, having reached power through intellectual deceit. This […]

CA Controller Publishes 2017 Salary Data for City and County Governments

CA Controller Publishes 2017 Salary Data for City and County Governments

SACRAMENTO — State Controller Betty T. Yee today announced an update to the Government Compensation in California website, which now includes 2017 self-reported payroll data for cities and counties. The data cover 675,479 positions and a total of nearly $46 billion in 2017 wages for 54 counties and 473 cities. Users of the site can: View […]

Oxnard Residents Invited to Provide Input on Desired Qualities for Next City Manager

Oxnard Residents Invited to Provide Input on Desired Qualities for Next City Manager

Oxnard, California – Oxnard residents are invited to provide input on the qualities they would like to see in the next city manager, during a special meeting of the Inter-Neighborhood Council Organization (INCO). Wendi Brown of W. Brown Creative Partners, which has been contracted by the city as the executive recruiter for the city manager […]

Fisherman’s Wharf Update | Harbor Beach Community Alliance Meeting 2-22-18

Fisherman’s Wharf Update | Harbor Beach Community Alliance Meeting 2-22-18

A VERY IMPORTANT meeting is coming up, regarding the proposed Fisherman’s Wharf apartment project. The results of a recently-held Charrette, a meeting in which all stakeholders in a project attempt to resolve conflicts and map solutions, will be reviewed. The Charrette was held to discuss the status and future of Fisherman’s Wharf; the outcome of the Charrette […]

Look At News Daily  (Jan. 20-26/Day 1-7) Week 1 – Government Shutdown, Motoring those Voters and So Much More

Look At News Daily  (Jan. 20-26/Day 1-7) Week 1 – Government Shutdown, Motoring those Voters and So Much More

By Michael Hernandez (Editor’s Note:  Mr. Hernandez has agreed to continue his weekly news column in 2018 but under a different banner:  “Look At News Daily” rather than “Trump Briefs.”  This change reflects his intent to provide election coverage; and focus on not just national news; but local, state and international news.) Saturday, January 20  […]

Advocates Push Government For Pet Food Stamps

Advocates Push Government For Pet Food Stamps

The food stamp program offering assistance to needy families doesn’t go far enough to help people in dire financial straights, according to the signers of a new petition. … The Washington Post. “I think we should get behind this in a big way.” Follow Thomas Phippen on Twitter Send tips to thomas@dailycallernewsfoundation.org. Freedom of Speech […]

One Man’s Saga Attempting to Renew his Driver’s License–Painful

One Man’s Saga Attempting to Renew his Driver’s License–Painful

And so it began: I took and passed the driving test on November 13th. I was told to expect my license no more than three weeks later. Well, after four weeks I decided to call the DMV to see what was holding my license up. When I called the regular number to inquire, (800) 777-0133, […]

Here we go again. Ventura is hiring its fourth City Manager since 2000.

Here we go again. Ventura is hiring its fourth City Manager since 2000.

“ Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. “ —George Santayana   You’ve undoubtedly told our children or grandchildren, “Haste makes waste.” It’s sound advice; especially when you want to prevent them from making a mistake. The same advice holds true for Ventura’s City Council when hiring our next City Manager. A […]

This ‘Unprofessional’ Case Against Western Ranchers Shows Why Americans Are Right to Fear Government

This ‘Unprofessional’ Case Against Western Ranchers Shows Why Americans Are Right to Fear Government

Governments are prone to abuse, especially when unchecked. … in the Bundy case acted with “incredible bias” and likely broke the law, as The Daily Caller News Foundation reported The level of malfeasance of which one of its own accused the Bureau of Land Management …

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