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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 28, 1999 | GARY POLAKOVIC, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Funds for key environmental and flood-protection projects for Ventura County won overwhelming approval Monday when the House of Representatives passed a major spending bill. The Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, which also contains funding for projects in Northern California and around the nation, designates more than $22.7 million to help solve some of the most pressing natural resource problems confronting the county.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 6, 1999 | GARY POLAKOVIC, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Taking an important step to save the steelhead trout, federal wildlife officials Friday identified 140 waterways in the West, including three in Ventura County, as critical habitat for the once abundant and prized game fish that is now sliding toward extinction.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1999 | CATHERINE BLAKE
The House of Representatives on Thursday granted Rep. Elton Gallegly's request for $500,000 to continue development of the Calleguas Creek Watershed Management Plan. To become law, the bill requires passage by the Senate, which is scheduled to consider the request by the Simi Valley Republican later this month.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 2002
Ventura County supervisors will award a $1.1-million contract this week for the relocation of a road near St. John's Seminary in preparation for a flood-control project. C.A. Rasmussen Inc. submitted the lowest bid. The main access road, near Upland Road, will be cut off when the county removes the Seminary Road Bridge to improve channel capacity in Calleguas Creek. That project will be done at a later date.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 4, 1993
A Camarillo farmer whose property was flooded during a 1992 rainstorm sued Ventura County on Wednesday, contending that the decision by officials not to clear debris from Calleguas Creek caused it to overflow its banks. Elmer Fontes said his property at 1931 Lewis Road sustained extensive damage Feb. 2, 1992, including the destruction of fences, roads and acres of flower crops.
NEWS
March 1, 1990
One of the largest sewage spills in Ventura County history flooded the Arroyo Las Posas near Moorpark after recent heavy rains filled a sewage settling pond, an Environmental Health Department supervisor said this week. Four million gallons of liquid poured into the arroyo Feb. 14, officials said. The channel drains into Calleguas Creek and eventually Mugu Lagoon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 26, 1993 | SARA CATANIA
A Camarillo man died early Sunday after his motorcycle crashed near Point Mugu Naval Air Station, authorities said. The identity of the 60-year-old man was being withheld until his relatives were notified. The man was driving his 1982 Yamaha motorcycle north on Las Posas Road near Pacific Coast Highway when he lost control while rounding a curve at Calleguas Creek, a California Highway Patrol spokesman said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 23, 1997 | DAWN HOBBS
The City Council today will consider a new proposal to convert a 45-acre industrial park to housing. Developers of the Pitts Ranch project on the city's east end want to reduce the number of proposed housing units from 1,087 to 922. The proposal also calls for scrapping a planned 165-unit mobile home park to use the 35-acre site as open space to protect the Calleguas Creek habitat. The city Planning Commission approved the proposed changes this month.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 11, 1990 | JOANNA M. MILLER
The Camarillo City Council will decide today whether to approve the first 51-acre phase of a residential and industrial development on the east side of the city. The Pardee Co. development, which calls for 126 houses on 31 acres, also includes a 16-acre park and four acres to be donated to the city, earmarked for a substation for Ventura County Sheriff's deputies who patrol the city.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 9, 1999
* Calex Engineering Co. in Newhall has received a contract for $1.1 million from Ventura County to remove debris from Calleguas Creek north of Pacific Coast Highway and the Point Mugu Naval Air Weapons Station. The contract calls for the disposal of 297,000 cubic yards of storm-deposited debris. Work is scheduled for completion May 18. * Timothy J.
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