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Albertsons, Safeway, Vons and Pak N’ Save Stores in Eight States Voluntarily Recall Several Fresh Vegetable Trays and Cups- Possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination

Albertsons, Safeway, Vons and Pak N’ Save Stores in Eight States Voluntarily Recall Several Fresh Vegetable Trays and Cups- Possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination

PLEASANTON, Calif., Oct. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — In cooperation with the Mann Packing recall of minimally processed vegetable products due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination, Albertsons, Safeway, Vons and Pak N’ Save stores in eight states are voluntarily recalling certain fresh vegetable trays and cups that include vegetables that are subject to the Mann Packing […]

Standard & Poors downgrades Oxnard (again)

Standard & Poors downgrades Oxnard (again)

By George Miller Rating agency Standard & Poors downgraded Oxnard’s General Fund from A to A-. They cited a number of factors which impelled them to do this, but also pointed out some positive developments. Part of S&P summary: S&P Global Ratings lowered its long-term rating to ‘A-‘ from ‘A’ on the Oxnard Financing Authority, […]

Oxnard Recall: Partisanship, and Accountability

Oxnard Recall: Partisanship, and Accountability

By Chuck Hamm . . . Since our family has a business in Oxnard, I’ve taken an interest and supporting role in the Oxnard Recall campaign to oust 4 members of the Oxnard City Council. My main reasoning is that a recall and special election is a great tool for accountability, which our government in Oxnard […]

Democrats force recall backers to fight another court battle

Democrats force recall backers to fight another court battle

by Steven Greenhut SACRAMENTO – Most recall elections are primarily about electoral politics, as both sides duke it out with the usual broadcast ads and ground campaigns. But the burgeoning Republican effort to recall Orange County’s Democratic Sen. Josh Newman has turned into an inside-the-Capitol political fight as well as a high-profile legal battle. It could be months […]

Canning Defect Prompts Bush’s Best Baked Beans Recall

Canning Defect Prompts Bush’s Best Baked Beans Recall

By: Candice Fitzgibbons  A nationwide baked beans recall has been issued for three varieties of Bush’s Best Baked Beans because a canning defect could allow harmful bacterial growth. Bush Brothers & Company is voluntarily recalling certain 28 ounce cans of Brown Sugar Hickory Baked Beans, Country Style Baked Beans and Original Baked Beans because cans may have […]

California State University – Fullerton Students Named Defendants in Democrat Lawsuit

California State University – Fullerton Students Named Defendants in Democrat Lawsuit

California Democrats filed a lawsuit on June 29th to undermine the democratic process of signature gathering, putting the California State University, Fullerton chapter of College Republicans in the crossfire. The CSUF College Republicans helped lead the efforts to recall California State Senator Josh Newman after the Democratic Super-Majority passed a significant increase to car and […]

STOP THE CAR TAX – Newman recall submits over 85,000 signatures

STOP THE CAR TAX – Newman recall submits over 85,000 signatures

Orange County taxpayers have submitted more than 85,000 signatures to recall Josh Newman – the Assemblyman who cast the deciding vote in favor of $5 billion in new gas and car taxes on California motorists. Passing the 85,000 mark is a critical milestone that takes us over the required number of signatures to put the […]

Oxnard recall initiative seeks petition signatures

Oxnard recall initiative seeks petition signatures

Please come by today (Saturday) to sign the petition to recall from office Oxnard Mayor Flynn and Councilmembers Ramirez, Perello and Madrigal.  I’ll be at the corner of 5th and “B” Street in Downtown Oxnard (outside the Starbucks near Plaza Park) starting at 10:00 am and expect to be there until at least 2:00 pm. If […]

Starr Lawsuits Against Oxnard for Measure M (35% rate increase) and IUF

Starr Lawsuits Against Oxnard for Measure M (35% rate increase) and IUF

By Steve Nash Re: the Aaron Starr Lawsuits Against Oxnard for Measure M (35% wastewater rate increase rescission) and utility Infrastructure Use Fees   If Starr wins ~   1)  The rating agencies will downgrade our credit, resulting in greatly increased borrowing costs.   2) The top management will move on to greener pastures. They […]

Outside Money Pours into Josh Newman Recall over Gas Tax Vote

Outside Money Pours into Josh Newman Recall over Gas Tax Vote

By ASSEMBLYMAN TIM DONNELLY Outside money is pouring into the campaign to recall first-term State Senator Josh Newman (D-Fullerton), who voted in favor of the hugely unpopular gas tax, giving Republicans a chance at breaking the Democrats’ supermarjority in the State Senate. According to the Sacramento Bee, a significant portion of the money flowing into the recall coffers […]

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