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Race for supervisor revs up

The position is up for grabs following Peter Foy’s November announcement that he will not seek reelection when his current term ends in January 2019. Foy was elected to the seat in 2006, 2010 and 2014.

The district encompasses Simi Valley, Moorpark, Santa Susana Knolls, Box Canyon, Chatsworth Peak, Home Acres, Sinaloa Lake and Tierra Rejada Valley.

Huber, 75, formally made his announcement Jan. 19 during campaign kickoff events at the city halls in Simi Valley and Moorpark.

“I love my job as mayor, but now it’s time for someone to give their creativity to the city, and I can give mine to the county,” Huber said. “I’m going to bring the same approach . . . of being out with the people to find out what their concerns are.”

Huber, a longtime Rotary Club member who has served as a Simi Valley City Council member from 1980 to 1984, has held positions with the Ventura County Community College District and Community College District and several nonprofits, including the Simi Valley Education Foundation, Boys & Girls Club of Simi Valley and the Chamber of Commerce.

Wildlife damage guidelines discussed

The Ontario Federation of Agriculture is asking farmers to pay attention as provincial government consultations begin this week for Ontario's Wildlife Damage Compensation Program.

The program provides financial compensation to producers whose livestock, poultry or honey bees are damaged or killed by wildlife. New guidelines were introduced last year that have created problems for livestock producers making claims and municipal investigators responsible for investigating them, federation director Pat Jilesen says in a commentary on the organization's website.

"The OFA has heard clearly that a similar program is needed for crop and horticulture producers to provide compensation for damage caused by wildlife," he says.

"Crop insurance is not a sufficient tool to address this type of damage. However this review is focused on improving the existing program for livestock producers."

"The program is important to livestock producers and the OFA is participating in the government consultations by addressing concerns with the new guidelines. To help us deliver the most effective feedback, we're asking OFA members for help."

Obama Gives New Grant to ACORN; Did He Violate Federal Law?

Why is President Obama apparently defying federal law by funding ACORN?

Judicial Watch discovered that the Obama administration is flouting the will of Congress by giving federal taxpayer money to ACORN.


Your question should read: "Did he violate ANOTHER federal law?", and the answer is a resounding YES!

He has broken several, and thinks that he does not have to follow the law.