2022-03-18 E-Edition

STREETS OF VINTAGE

BRINGS FOOT TRAFFIC TO FISHERMAN’S WHARF

Channel Islands– The Streets of Vintage Flea Market had a nice sized crowd at Fisherman’s Wharf Saturday, February 12, as shoppers enjoyed lots of unique prizes to take home and enjoy. STREETS of Vintage Flea Market Founder Jose Celedon said he’s happy to be at Fisherman’s Wharf. “We are expanding our market and growing rapidly and looking for new locations […]

State Emergency Order to partially expire March 31


Oxnard– In his Tuesday, March 15 report to the City Council, Alex Nguyen said if all continues to go well, this will be one of his final Covid-19 updates. “The state’s emergency order is set to expire at the end of this month, and the way we expect it to work, according to the state, is that 18 of the […]

Amended RiverPark Plan approved


Oxnard– The city council, Tuesday, March 15, approved RiverPark specific plan amendment and Fore Property Development Agreement Amendments to the project. The extended discussion brought a motion forward that was amended multiple times with plenty of confusion. Assistant City Attorney Jason Zaragoza sorted the motion out for the council so they could vote on the amended motion. “A recommendation of […]

DON’T JUST REPORT, PARTICIPATE

Frosted Thoughts

Oxnard– Sometimes, I need to take a step back, look at what I am covering and take advantage of what’s being offered. FOR example, I covered a great event, the Bulky Item Drop Off at the PAL on K Street, and then I got all involved in getting caught up with deliveries and billing. At the end of the day, […]

Traffic Mitigation Fee updated in Camarillo


Camarillo– The City Council, Wednesday, March 9, adopted a resolution that makes the increased Traffic Mitigation Fees (TMF) adopted by resolution 2021-39 not apply to commercial development projects that received their planning entitlement approval before July 10, 2021. PUBLIC Works Director Dave Klotzle said when the city council adopted the resolution, it grandfathered the city’s Traffic Mitigation Fee (TMF) in […]

Pickup Locations

OXNARD All American Car Wash (at the gas station) 1100 Oxnard Boulevard, Best Breakfast Cafe, 5141 Saviers Road, BG’s Cafe, 428 South A Street, Cabo Restaurant, 1041 South Oxnard Boulevard, Oxnard City Hall, 300 W. Third Street, Oxnard Public Library, 251 S. A Street, Red Barn Market, 1712 Saviers Road, Spudnuts, 600 South Victoria Avenue, and 621 West Channel Islands […]

LEGAL

File No.: 2022100002482FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENTTHE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE)DOING BUSINESS AS:1. COLD GHOST SILVER2. COLD GHOST STUDIOS352 FRANKLIN LANE, Ventura, CA 93001Ventura COUNTYFull Name of Registrant:1. MARIE K ALLEN 352 FRANKLIN LANE,. Ventura, CA 93001This Business is conducted by: INDIVIDUALThe registrant commenced to transact businessunder the fictitious business name or nameslisted above on: N/AI declare that all information in […]

LEGAL CONTINUED

File No.: 2022100002220 FICTITIOUS BUSITRI NESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS:Benton Luke BandBSWERX Productions 97 Wildlife DR Simi Valley, CA 93065 Ventura COUNTY Full Nameof Registrant:BSWERX LLC 97 Wildlife DR Simi Valley, CA93065 This Business is conducted by: LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitiousbusiness name or names listed above […]

The Waves rock the house at VFW Post 3935


Port Hueneme– It was a great Sunday afternoon at VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) Post 3935, March 13, as the Post welcomed The Waves for an afternoon of fun and music. THE crowd enjoyed some great Rock n Roll and, as always, the great fellowship that had people feeling like they were part of a family. Post Commander Clay Cowgill […]