Community Meeting, 9/10/19

Community Meeting
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
6:30-8:15pm
Lighthouse Church, 6200 Montalvo Dr

6:30p

[Introduction]

Welcome/Meeting Agenda

6:35p

[Speaker]

Ventura Police Dept. 
District 6 Crime Update
Public Q&A

6:55p

[Announcement]

Upcoming MCC Board Fall Elections 
Chair, Treasurer, At-Large positions

(+Secretary – Off Cycle/Upcoming Vacancy)

7:05p

[Announcement]

Vape (Prop 99 Tobacco Program) Pt. 1:  Presentation
Ventura County Public Health Tobacco Policy Program
Presenters: Vicky Gonzales/Helen Tosh
http://www.vchca.org/ventura-county-public-health-tobacco-programs

 

7:30p

[Feedback/Q&A]

Vape (Prop 99 Tobacco Program): Public Discussion
Open public discussion &/or feedback with speaker

7:50p

[Announcement/Discussion]

RE: The New Ventura Community Congress Summit update

[Feedback Request]

Top 5 Citywide Priority Areas for City Council to Focus on: Top 5 District 6 Priority Areas for City Council to Focus on:
Top 5 District 6 General Plan Areas of focus:

8:15p

 

[Wrap-up]

 

Close the meeting

 

Wildfire Policy Reform Meeting

On April 12, Gov. Newsom released a proposed roadmap – created by the strike team he assembled in February – that examines key actions the state must take to address wildfire threats, protect California’s economy and help meet the state’s clean energy goals.

You can read the Governor’s report here:
Governor’s report

Gov. Newsom has asked the legislature to take action on the findings from this report before the July 12 recess.

Additionally, the Commission on Catastrophic Wildfire Cost and Recovery, established by 2018’s Senate Bill 901, will be hosting a meeting in the community of Ventura on April 29 to explore and provide recommendations on various wildfire policy reforms. As the first meeting following the release of the strike team report, the Commission is expected to examine its findings and proposals. The live stream link can be found on the Commission’s website the day of the meeting.

Your continued engagement with your elected leaders on these proposed solutions will be essential to a fair and positive outcome. We look forward to keeping you informed of actions you can take to stay engaged and support practical policy solutions that address the wildfire issue.

[The full text of this post is copied from a letter composed by Chris Thompson, Vice President, Local Public Affairs, Southern California Edison ]  

Community Meeting

Community Meeting
Tuesday, March 12
6:30-8:00pm
Lighthouse Church, 6200 Montalvo Dr

Working Agenda:

1) Welcome/Announcements
2) Ventura PD Crime Report
3) Clean Power Alliance Review
4) Johnson Drive Corridor Discussion
5) Community Engagement/Outreach Discussion

 

Sidewalks Community Meeting

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Tuesday, April 9, 2019
6:30-8:15pm
Lighthouse Church, 6200 Montalvo Dr.

Ventura city planning staff will return to Montalvo for a follow-up meeting regarding the sidewalks project.  See previous posts:

Sidewalks
Sisewalks Update

We’re hoping to see many of your suggestions from the last meeting integrated into the most recent design.  Hope to see you there, especially if your property will be impacted by construction along Moon Dr, Grand Ave, Bristol Rd or James Ave.