2010-11-19

Sanitary district adds farm to sewer system




A 300-acre ranch in the unincorporated area west of Camarillo will have sewer service for the first time, perhaps by the spring. The Camarillo Sanitary District agreed Nov. 3 to ask the Ventura Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) to allow the district to annex the McGrath family farm, which is west of Wood Road and south of Ventura Boulevard and […]

Ruth Rose



Ruth Rose of White House Properties Westlake Village has been awarded No. 1 Top Sales and Listing Agent again for October by owner/broker Marty Williams. This is after she’s been the Top Producer every month of 2010 so far. Her production has put her in the No. 1 sales agent position again. Rose has been awarded Top Sales Agent every […]

Single-story Country French Home Located In Sunset Ridge



This country French home with more than 3,300 square feet was just listed by the Schuster- Borland Team of Dilbeck Realtors. This single story home plus loft was built in 2000 in the Sunset Ridge community in Thousand Oaks. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac street, it is on a private lot overlooking open space and mountain views. The home has […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Camarillo

It was reported Nov. 4 that, sometime between Aug. 22 and Oct. 7, an employee at the Sony Electronics store, 910 Camarillo Center Drive, embezzled $296,000 from the company. No arrests have been made. It was reported Nov. 8 that, sometime between April 5 and 30, someone illegally set up a credit card account of a person in the 400 […]

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Ditch relocated to entice hotel developers




On Nov. 3 the Camarillo City Council agreed to hire an engineering firm to help relocate a drainage ditch near Ventura Boulevard and Las Posas Road. The council voted unanimously to hire Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering of Fountain Valley, Calif., to design plans for rerouting a concrete drainage ditch on a dozen city-owned acres across from The Promenade shopping center. […]

Tuition hikes to sustain boost in student enrollment

CSU official says state funding isn’t keeping pace


Donna Seltzer and Noheli Viramontes are among thousands of university students who will be working harder for a college degree that just became more expensive. The women, juniors at California State University Channel Islands in Camarillo, will have to pay higher tuition fees starting Jan. 1. It’s a reality faced by 430,000 CSU students throughout the state. The California State […]

Students bring home hardware from tourney



Kevin Godley



Re/Max Olson & Associates congratulates Kevin Godley for his sales production in October with sales totaling more than $1.6 million. He also received accolades for achieving Platinum Club status for 2009. This honor places him in the top 5 percent of Re/Max sales associates worldwide. Godley specializes in the sales and marketing of fine homes and estates in the Conejo […]

County bikers make a toy run for charity