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A Citizen's Primer On Development Projects- Ojai and Ventura VIEW Editor's Note: The following is an article reprinted from our publishing ancestor, the Ojai and Ventura Voice, Vol. 2 • Number 1, March 1989 - By Russ Baggerly, Public Citizen - The Development Permit Game (see February, 1989, Ojai Valley Voice, pages 10 and 11) takes on a different perspective when the issue concerns a residential or commercial/industrial subdivision and citizens in the community where it is proposed have concerns. Harry D'Veloper and Bill DingconTractor start at the Planning Desk, full of confidence and with the feeling that they are prepared for everything, or at least they think so. Planning staff greets the new project objectively, for the moment, anyway.
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UPDATE/VIDEO - Cultural Resource Protection, Staff Protocol Mix-ups, Ojai Council Goals Addressed, Tues. 2/10/15 - by Alasdair Coyne - Friends, On Tues. Feb. 10, cultural resources were considered by the Ojai City Council under “City Council Goals” and priorities for city staff’s 2015 workload.
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Developer's Guide To The Ojai Valley - Ojai and Ventura VIEW Editor's Note: The following is an article reprinted from our publishing ancestor, the Ojai and Ventura Voice, Vol. 2 • Number 1, March 1989 - Let's say you're a developer and you're fresh from making a killing in, say, Palm Springs or San Diego, maybe Orange County, or even Phoenix, Arizona or New Jersey. You've heard a lot about Ventura County. You've heard it's going to be the next San Fernando Valley, or even Orange County. And you want to get in on it. You can smell the money. There's houses to be built, condos, strip centers, and, if you're lucky, who knows what else.
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LETTER: Demo Club Proposed Bylaw Change - Vote Mon., Feb. 23 - by Pat McPherson Dear Friends, We have an important issue to be voted on at the next Ojai Valley Democratic Club meeting on February 23rd (7pm, Ojai Art Center). Nationwide, we Democrats have been working for years to allow voters to register at the polls on Election Day. But some have proposed to do just the opposite for our local Ojai Valley Democratic Club, by changing the bylaws to require a member to have paid their dues for at least 30 days before they can vote on any club issues.
- UPDATE: Ojai to Continue Cultural Resources Discussion Feb. 10 and Mar. 10
- LETTER: Write to Your Local City Council
- STATEMENT: Jan. 27, Tues. Comments Not Handed Out, Cal. Coastal Commission Analysis, Cultural Resources Critical Track Record
- Everyman's Small Town Planning Primer: By E. Pinkerton Momentus