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Oxnard to address landscaping contracts, level of service + wastewater increase final vote

Oxnard to address landscaping contracts, level of service + wastewater increase final vote

By George Miller Landscape Management Districts Editor’s note: Oxnard Treasurer Phil Molina alerts residents, especially property owners in landscape districts, of upcoming Tuesday city council agenda item M-2, to award landscaping contracts.  Are you in a an LMD? Look at your property tax bill. You might also contact your neighborhood council, if you have an […]

Oxnard Council approves wastewater rate increase; Starr initiates recall of 4 council members

Oxnard Council approves wastewater rate increase; Starr initiates recall of 4 council members

By George Miller   After many months of fighting over wastewater  rates, capital budgets, infrastructure fees, debt, the rate-setting process itself and more, the Oxnard City Council approved  a sharply downscaled rate proposal, over strong objections of some residents/business owners and approval of others.   Assistant City Manager Ruth Osuna, who shepherded the the Prop 218 rate-setting […]

Breaking News: House passes GOP’s health care bill, begins repeal, replacement of Obamacare

Breaking News: House passes GOP’s health care bill, begins repeal, replacement of Obamacare

The House voted Thursday to gut Obamacare in a showdown on the chamber floor that saw Republicans rally to President Trump, delivering a victory to the new administration that nearly slipped from its grasp. Read More > Still has to go through Senate   Read the bill (now that House passed it):  New healthcare bill […]

New healthcare bill details

New healthcare bill details

The latest proposed healthcare bill has seemingly been shrouded in secrecy and rushed through without adequate exposure and debate. This is the bill the GOP is trying to pass: https://housegop.leadpages.co/healthcare/ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE.

Local Governments Rigging Elections – Again

By Jon Coupal

Ventura Measure O funds might be subject to state confiscation

Ventura Measure O funds might be subject to state confiscation

By Daniel Cormode Daniel Cormode is a Ventura resident and the Chairman of the Planning & Development Committee for The East Ventura Community Council. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Port Hueneme City Council Votes Against Stronger Water Quality Study

Port Hueneme City Council Votes Against Stronger Water Quality Study

By Tom Dunn  . On Monday night, 10/3/16, several SS4 (beach condos) residents were at the Port Hueneme City Council meeting Many were appalled at the vote of the council to vote down a much-needed comprehensive water study to improve PH water delivery system, water quality and public health, safety and welfare. (Agenda item 8: AUTHORIZATION TO […]

Yes, a GOP Delegate Revolt is Possible

Yes, a GOP Delegate Revolt is Possible

By Thomas L Knapp Donald Trump, the Republican Party’s presumptive presidential nominee,  is heading toward July’s national party convention with a majority of delegates (as “bound” by state primaries and caucuses) in hand. But ever since it became clear that he would garner that majority, both he and the GOP leadership have spent a good […]

Californians Overwhelmingly Support New Local Bonds and Taxes

Californians Overwhelmingly Support New Local Bonds and Taxes

Boehner resignation: chance to save Americans’ sovereignty: House should choose a new speaker outside of its ranks

By Alan Keyes, September 28, 2015 As my readers know, I’ve been working on a column that details a strategy for the 2016 election with which the American people can reclaim leadership initiative they are supposed to have in America’s political life. That strategy involves, first of all, taking the Constitution as it is written as […]

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