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Clean Power Alliance Begins Launch for Commercial Customers in 28 Communities;

Clean Power Alliance Begins Launch for Commercial Customers in 28 Communities;

Los Angeles, CA–Clean Power Alliance, Southern California’s new locally-operated clean energy provider will be enrolling commercial customers across 28 additional communities (27 cities and unincorporated Ventura County) in May 2019. Business customers in these areas will receive clean energy purchased by Clean Power Alliance that has higher renewable content and is competitively-priced with Southern California […]

Lack of Oversight Continues to Plague City of Industry

Lack of Oversight Continues to Plague City of Industry

SACRAMENTO — State Controller Betty T. Yee today published her audit team’s follow-up review of the City of Industry’s internal control system, three years after her auditors found the city’s accounting controls “effectively non-existent.” In January 2016, the State Controller’s Office (SCO) issued a report on the City of Industry’s practices during the period from […]

Second L.A. County City Opposes SB 54

Second L.A. County City Opposes SB 54

by Robin Hvidston, We The People Rising http://wethepeoplerising.com Glendora resident Audrey Teasdale has been contacting her mayor and city council members requesting that the city council oppose the Sanctuary State Law. She did not let up on the pressure and has contacted the city council members for many weeks!  Glendora Mayor Pro Tem Judy Nelson emailed […]

Handcuffing Law Enforcement

Handcuffing Law Enforcement

. By Michael Greer At last week’s Sheriff’s Civilian Oversight Committee meeting they read a draft of their recommendations to Sheriff McDonnell, who at present is co-operating with ICE.  1. That the Sheriff’s Department not honor immigration holds – holding inmates longer than their release date so that ICE has extra time to take them […]

Case of the Month–Mechanic’s Lien and the lender’s rights

Case of the Month–Mechanic’s Lien and the lender’s rights

By Jennifer Felten  The case resulted from the total default of a borrower on a real property in Los Angeles County. At the time of the default, the property was subject to a deed of trust and a mechanic’s lien, the mechanic’s lien being in lower priority than the deed of trust. Faced with foreclosure, […]

Could happen in Ventura County, too: SWAT Teams Target “Rugged Individuals” Who Grow Their Own Food, Produce Their Own Electricity

Could happen in Ventura County, too: SWAT Teams Target “Rugged Individuals” Who Grow Their Own Food, Produce Their Own Electricity

Viewpoint By Mac Slavo (Pictured: Armored Nuisance Abatement Team – similar vehicles are in use across the United States) The dream of many Americans is to get out of the hustle and bustle of the daily city grind. And what better dream to have than to move your family outside of city limits to the […]