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VCCF buys Camarillo property to house county nonprofit hub

By   /   Friday, July 20th, 2012  /   Comments Off on VCCF buys Camarillo property to house county nonprofit hub

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The Ventura County Community Foundation recently purchased the 53,500-square-foot building at 4001 Mission Oaks Blvd. in Camarillo to house a new nonprofit center for the county. The foundation bought the property from area inventor, philanthropist and real estate developer Fred Kavli. The property is the foundation’s first real estate purchase in 25 years and will…


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