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Homeless Vocational Program introduced
7/30/2021 12:53:50 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Oxnard-- The Community Services, Public Safety, Housing, and Development Committee, Tuesday, July 27, learned about the proposed Homeless Vocational Program in the City of Oxnard.   The Vocational Program pilot program combines housing and support services for previously homeless individuals to enter the workforce and increase housing stability. It works in coordination with housing and case managers and supports program participants.   Homeless Assistance Coordinator Jessica Petrillo said moving from homelessness to...

Senior vaccination rate reaches 88 percent in Ventura County
7/30/2021 12:45:47 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Ventura-- In his report to the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Tuesday, July 27, Chief Executive Officer Mike Powers told the board that with the spread of the Covid-19 Delta variant, the county remains focused on its vaccination numbers.    He said the results are favorable as 74.6 percent of people 18 and over have received one dose of the vaccine, and 64.3 percent are fully vaccinated.   "There is 71.4 percent of those 12 and over who have received one dose, which is pretty very strong, and then 88 percent...

Finance and Governance approves CFD No 9
7/30/2021 12:33:39 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Oxnard-- The Finance and Governance Committee, Tuesday, July 27, approved the deposit and reimbursement agreement and special tax distribution agreement for the proposed Community Facilities District (CFD) no 9 at Northshore Mandalay Bay.   The action also establishes the district and incurs bonded indebtedness not to exceed $22 million.   Assistant Public Works Director Steve Howlett presented the item to the committee and said Community Facilities Districts are established to the provisions of...

Public Works & Transportation approves Tri County Transportation contract
7/30/2021 12:27:24 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Oxnard-- The Public Works and Transportation Committee, Tuesday, July 27, approved the purchase of backfill and resurfacing material sales, delivery, and haul away services with Tri County Transportation.   The contract cost will not exceed $270,000 and is for a three-year term from January 1, 2022, until December 31, 2024.    City of Oxnard Water Division Operations Manager Chris Peyton delivered the item to the committee, and he said the City of Oxnard delivers over 20 million gallons of safe and reliable, potable...

Self-entitled petulant people
7/29/2021 6:09:01 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Oxnard-- I'm trying to save some time this week, so I took it upon myself to take care of all the grocery shopping.   That was a bad idea! The prices are getting out of hand. This is not a typical life with the J-Train editorial. I started shopping, and I'll tell you, the J-Train, and I are typical foodies. The J-Train loves ice cream and salad, along with treats like Lox, shredded mozzarella cheese, and those flavored water drinks.    Me, well, I like those little breakfast sausages with my waffles, and I like...

Measure E funds impacting Oxnard quickly
7/29/2021 5:54:38 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Oxnard-- It didn't take long for Measure E to positively affect the City of Oxnard, as road crews began working on the trees and medians throughout the city from day one.   The city is on a three-year restoration plan, all done with its first positive budget in a decade.   Measure E, passed by voters November 3, 2020, "adds a 1.5 cent sales tax to maintain 911 emergency response times, natural disaster readiness, public health, and emergency preparedness; fire station needs; address homelessness; attract and retain...

LUSD prepares for 2021-22 at upgraded Bullis campus
7/28/2021 6:01:22 PM

LUSD prepares for 2021-22 at upgraded Bullis campus LYNWOOD—Lynwood High School will return to its original campus, located on Bullis Road, and will welcome LHS Knights for the first day of the 2021-22 year on Thursday, Aug. 19 when it unveils an improved campus featuring high school amenities and new technology. Multiple upgrades are taking place across campus, including the addition of new portable classrooms, as well as updates to the dance room and locker rooms. The campus modifications also include updated classrooms and science labs, and a renovated quad with added...

1960s civil rights activist Robert Moses has died
7/28/2021 5:57:05 PM

By Rebecca Santana   Robert Parris Moses, a civil rights activist who was shot at and endured beatings and jail while leading Black voter registration drives in the American South during the 1960s and later helped improve minority education in math, has died. He was 86. Moses, who was widely referred to as Bob, worked to dismantle segregation as the Mississippi field director of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee during the civil rights movement and was central to the 1964 “Freedom Summer” in which hundreds of students went to the South to register...

Biles withdraws from gymnastics final to protect team, self
7/28/2021 5:51:26 PM

By WILL GRAVES   TOKYO (AP)—Simone Biles arrived in Tokyo as the star of the U.S. Olympic movement and perhaps the Games themselves. She convinced herself she was prepared for the pressure. That she was ready to carry the burden of outsized expectations. Only, as the women’s gymnastics team final approached on Tuesday night, something felt off. And the athlete widely considered the Greatest of All Time in her sport knew it. So rather than push through the doubts that crept into her head as she’s done so many times in the past, Biles decided enough was...

COVID-19 hospitalization numbers continue rising in LA County
7/28/2021 5:46:48 PM

LOS ANGELES—COVID-19 hospitalization numbers continued an unsettling upward climb in Los Angeles County Tuesday, with the latest state figures showing nearly 900 people being treated for the virus—more than double the number from just two weeks ago. According to state numbers released Tuesday, there were 891 people hospitalized due to COVID in the county, up from 825 the previous day. That's the highest number since March 13, and more than double the number from July 12, when the county reported 372 people hospitalized. There were 195 people in intensive care, up...