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MarCom Manager @TraxTech. Cofounder @TheCollectivo. Board member @WSSTCFA. BYU Alum. Licensed Realtor. Latino. Activist. New Father. Mormon.

Ventura Planning Commission rejects residential allocation program plan — VENTURA, Calif. - The Ventura Planning Commission on Thursday night rejected a proposed residential allocation program, bringing an abrupt stop to a controversial proposal to develop a housing growth plan for the city.

Ventura will try to acquire land to build more housing for veterans — Ventura is stepping in to try and build more housing for veterans, after the state said it wouldn't be able to do so before a 2020 deadline.

West Ventura residents plead with city to take action on hill they say is a threat — A group of west Ventura residents on Monday asked the City Council to take action to stabilize a hill they worry could threaten their homes in strong winter storms.

Ventura to consider more funding for libraries — The Library Advisory Commission has asked the city of Ventura to consider allocating more money for library services, including for a branch on the city's east side.

Ventura Planning Commission to hear proposal for luxury, hillside homes — The Ventura Planning Commission on Wednesday will hear a developer's proposal to build 55 luxury homes in the city's hills.

Ventura changes mind on paid parking at downtown garage — After much opposition from downtown business owners and the public, Ventura has put the brakes on a plan to charge for parking at the Santa Clara Street garage downtown.

Ventura uses receivership power to clean up West Ramona Street property — VENTURA, Calif. - The cockroaches scurried through the carpet. The rats roamed in and out of the house, where drug syringes were in plain view. And underneath the house were people, living and sleeping in the crawl space.

Ventura council gives green light to downtown apartment project, with affordable units — The Ventura City Council has signed off on a project that will bring 255 apartments to downtown, after the developer and affordable housing advocates struck a last-minute deal.

Downtown Ventura apartment project might include affordable units, after all — VENTURA, Calif. - Affordable housing advocates and the developer behind a controversial 255-unit rental project in Ventura have reached an 11th-hour agreement that could pave the way for City Council approval of the development.

Downtown Ventura project at center of affordable housing debate gets new support — A report released in advance of a public hearing says a 255-unit apartment complex proposed in downtown Ventura should be allowed to move forward and does not have to include affordable units.
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