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Update Regarding Pest Infestation at Property on Gregory Street

3-22-19:

The City of Ojai is working with several agencies to finalize an abatement plan to safely and effectively address the pest infestation at a property on the 1200 block of Gregory Street.  The City is scheduled to move forward with abatement early next week.

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Ventura Walk For Kids to Be Held Sunday, April 7, 2019

The Ventura Walk for Kids will be held on Sunday April 7, 2019!

Where:

San Buenaventura State Beach
901 San Pedro Street
Ventura, CA 93001

7:00 AM – Registration & Activities
8:15 AM – Opening Ceremony
9:00 AM – Walk for Kids Begins

Registration: $25 (Free for kids under 18)

Walk for Kids is a fun, family-friendly 5K walk that helps raise funds for the services provided by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California and its programs throughout the region.

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Press Release from Ventura County Sheriff’s Department: Ojai woman arrested for felony elder abuse and misdemeanor animal abuse

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department has issued a press release for an incident yesterday located in the 1200 block of Gregory Street, Ojai. The incident involves an Ojai woman arrested for felony elder abuse and misdemeanor animal abuse.

 

Please read the press release for more information.

 

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Nigel Chisholm To Be Awarded Hope Frazier Award On February 21, 2019

Hope Frazier Prize Winner Announced.

Feb 16, 2019 | Awards, Grants and Awards, Hope Frazier Award, news |

 

The City of Ojai Arts Commission is pleased to announce that the winner of the Hope Frazier Prize this time around is Nigel Chisholm. The Hope Frazier award is an occasional award not given out each year, but at the discretion of the Arts Commission, in order to recognize an outstanding contributor to the artistic life of Ojai.

 

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2-2-19 (4:15 p.m. Update) Storm Update (English and Espanol)

Updated 2/2/19 at 4:15 pm

The peak of the storm has gone through SB and Ventura Counties this morning and is now into LA County.  High flows remain in numerous streams, but the flows are now receding. Flows in the Sespe Creek and Santa Clara River will continue to rise however are not anticipated to reach flood stage. Moderate occasional showers are likely through Sunday morning before a final round of light showers on Monday and Tuesday.

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