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A Time-Tested Approach to Retirement Investing

A Time-Tested Approach to Retirement Investing

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The Channel Islands Harbor Water Circulation Saga

The Channel Islands Harbor Water Circulation Saga

By George Miller When the Oxnard City Council and various NGO’s scrambled to shut down Oxnard’s power plants, seemingly at any cost and blocked a state of the art clean gas plant replacement, something got lost in the shuffle. Unbeknownst to 99+% of local people, the old plant’s cooling system sucked millions of gallons of […]

Harbor Resident Advises VC Star on Dirty Harbor Water, Local Economy

Harbor Resident Advises VC Star on Dirty Harbor Water, Local Economy

By Charles McLaughlin I wrote to the VC Star on their Saturday articles on: “Harbor water turns brown over the past week” / “Flynn commits to economic efforts” I can address both of the above articles with one solution. Beg NRG to come back into negotiations. Now the art of the deal: Request that they take […]

Andrew McCabe, FBI deputy director, to step down earlier than expected

Andrew McCabe, FBI deputy director, to step down earlier than expected

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is stepping down, a government official confirmed on Monday. The official, who talked on background because they are not authorized to speak directly about situation, said Mr.

NRG subsidiary to shut down Oxnard Mandalay power plants this year

NRG subsidiary to shut down Oxnard Mandalay power plants this year

By George Miller NRG Communications Director David Knox, in an interview with CitizensJournal.us today, told us that GenOn, a wholly-owned NRG subsidiary which owns the Mandalay and Ormond Beach power generation plants, will be shutting down all three Mandalay units at the end of this year. READ FILING: Mandalay Retirement. They will be placing the units […]

2017’s Best & Worst Places to Retire in California – WalletHub Study

2017’s Best & Worst Places to Retire in California – WalletHub Study

With California proceeding with its auto-IRA retirement plan this summer as part of its goal to ease the retirement crisis in the state, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017’s Best & Worst Places to Retire in California. To determine the most retirement-friendly destinations in the Golden State, WalletHub’s analysts compared more […]

2017’s Best & Worst Places to Retire — WalletHub

2017’s Best & Worst Places to Retire — WalletHub

With retirement confidence declining in 2017 and nearly four in 10 American workers having little or no money saved for their golden years, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017’s Best & Worst Places to Retire. To help Americans plan for a comfortable retirement without breaking the bank, WalletHub’s analysts compared the […]

California government retirement plans are more than 50% underfunded

California government retirement plans are more than 50% underfunded

. By David Schwartzman California is failing its employees and its citizens. Documents show that the state and local governments in California do not have enough money saved up to pay for the retirement of its current employees. The California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) is facing future insolvency. These findings come from the 2015 CalPERS […]

Port of Hueneme takes charge and sets course for fully funding retiree health benefits

Port of Hueneme takes charge and sets course for fully funding retiree health benefits

 While public agencies struggle to meet budget demands, the Port of Hueneme is taking bold steps today, towards fully funding employee retirement benefits for the future.   The Port is adding a pre-funding element to their financial plan for Other Public Employee Benefits (OPEB) costs. OPEB consists largely of health care premiums for retired employees. […]

4 longtime Cal Lutheran professors retire — Sigmar Schwarz began teaching English in 1970

4 longtime Cal Lutheran professors retire — Sigmar Schwarz began teaching English in 1970

Four professors with a combined total of 150 years of service to California Lutheran University are retiring in May. The Board of Regents awarded emeritus status to associate professor of accounting Carol Coman, management professor Charles Maxey, languages and cultures professor Karen Renick and English professor Sigmar Schwarz. Schwarz was the earliest to arrive at […]

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