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Sespe Creek Collective Becomes First Licensed Cannabis Dispensary to Open in Ventura County

Sespe Creek Collective Becomes First Licensed Cannabis Dispensary to Open in Ventura County

Nearly a year after Ojai became the first city in Ventura County to approve an emergency ordinance for regulating medical cannabis dispensaries and delivery services, one of the county’s oldest and biggest collectives is reopening its doors to patients on November 2. Sespe Creek Collective was awarded an initial permit to dispense medical cannabis by […]

Ojai Film Festival has something for everyone’s taste. November 2-12. Over 80 films and special events

Ojai Film Festival has something for everyone’s taste. November 2-12. Over 80 films and special events

Do you like a good story? How about 80 of them? Come spend a day at the Ojai Film Festival enjoying a range of topics from features to shorts to documentaries and animation. Each screening segment has 3 or 4 films of varying lengths. Actors Ed Asner and Cloris Leachman are honored this year along […]

 Approving the Budget, More Water Talk, and Medical Marijuana takes Root

 Approving the Budget, More Water Talk, and  Medical Marijuana takes Root

  By Jay Murphy This Tues evening the Ojai City Council held two meetings, a joint session with the Parks and Recreation Commission and the regular Council meeting. Both meetings were held in the council chambers at Ojai’s City Hall. Business began at 6:00 with the roll call and Pledge of Allegiance. All members were […]

“Indivisible” Hopes to Divide the Pie a Little More in its Favor

“Indivisible” Hopes to Divide the Pie a Little More in its Favor

By Jay Murphy  Saturday Meeting in Ventura Last Saturday afternoon Indivisible, a grassroots Democrat organization, held a “Speaker’s Meeting” at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Main Street in Ventura to discuss recent efforts to get out the vote. According to Adrian Coulter, co-founder of Indivisible Ventura, the crowd of fifty or more attendees was […]

Aggravated Trespassing Arrest – Ventura

Aggravated Trespassing Arrest – Ventura

On September 30, 2017 at 1430 hours, the Ventura Police Command Center received a call from a resident in the 200 block of Hoover Avenue who advised a male subject had just attempted to gain entry into their home.  When officers arrived on scene they learned the victim had confronted the suspect to the front […]

Area Cities, County, School Board, to Proclaim Constitution Week

Area Cities, County, School Board, to Proclaim Constitution Week

By George Miller At their Tuesday, Sept. 19 meeting, the Oxnard City Council will proclaim, honor and celebrate U.S. Constitution Week, September 17-23 (see agenda item E)  per Public Law 915. Today is the 230th Anniversary (9-17-1787) of this most powerful, famous political document in the world. We are aware that Ojai, Camarillo, The Ventura County […]

Ojai: Parcels, Permits, and the Planning Commission, More About Less Water and the Constitution makes a Comeback

Ojai: Parcels, Permits, and the Planning Commission, More About Less Water and the Constitution makes a Comeback

By Jay Murphy Ojai’s City Council held a marathon five hour meeting Tues evening at City Hall with all Council members as well as a full house of citizens. Following the Pledge of Allegiance, a joint meeting between the City Council and the Planning Commission. A variety of “process” issues were discussed, a topic of […]

Bear Cub relocated into the Los Padres National Forest

Bear Cub relocated into the Los Padres National Forest

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release On 08-30-17 at 10:30 AM deputies responded to a bear in the area of the 100 block of North Felix Drive in Meiners Oaks. The cub ran up a tree and was stationary for some time. After a consultation with Department of Fish and Wildlife, the instructions were to leave […]

Ojai Police Department to begin its 2017 Citizens Academy program

Ojai Police Department to begin its 2017 Citizens Academy program

On October 11th, 2017, the Ojai Police Department will begin its 2017 Citizens Academy program. This is a ten-week course designed to give citizens an overview of the police department’s function and operational procedures. There will be presentations by a superior court judge, K-9 officer, S.W.A.T. team members, bomb squad, narcotic officers, search and rescue […]

City of Ojai Investigates Alleged Code Violations at Local Property –Severe Health Hazards Suspected

City of Ojai Investigates Alleged Code Violations at Local Property –Severe Health Hazards Suspected

The City of Ojai’s Code Enforcement officials inspected a property on the 400 block of North Signal Street today. The City had received complaints from neighbors that reported alleged code violations that resulted in health and safety risks to tenants. The City had subsequently contacted the property owner in an attempt to schedule an inspection. While […]

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