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Farms, industries and municipalities in Ventura County could see a severe reduction in the amount of water they receive from the Santa Clara River watershed and sharply higher prices if a pair of environmental challenges are successful, a top groundwater manager said Nov. 16.
Tony Morgan, groundwater department manager for the United Water Conservation District, said at a symposium in Santa Paula that the district is unlikely to be able to supply anywhere near the water this year that it has in the past because of prolonged dry weather.
Getting more transparency on pay is a small but important step to toward accountability
The “guillotine termination” of two partners from a Ventura County law firm has erupted into an acrimonious court battle over confidential client lists and more than $4 million in alleged damages. In a lawsuit filed in Ventura County Superior Court, Roy and Ted Schneider claim they were unexpectedly expelled from what was then Myers, Widders, Read More →
In the borderland between Los Angeles and Ventura Counties along the Santa Clara River Valley, a regulatory barrier to a major development has been removed.
Mapping company VSolvit recently garnered national USDA awards.