In the Simi Valley Acorn this morning:
In response to the idea of a $100 donation from every household for the schools, I think it is a start, but not enough.
Meanwhile, we all wonder how the C4 Bond Funds are being spent and people like me wonder if they’ll have the chance to sit on the oversight committee. Learn more about that by clicking here.
Also in the Acorn: City will hear latest findings on Runkle Canyon
According to a letter sent to the city in October, the agency has concluded that “additional work is necessary to better define environmental conditions at the site and to address one or more potential threats to public health and the environment.”
From what I’ve read so far, the so-called Radiation Rangers that are protesting the development of Runkle Canyon strike me as hysterical people attempting to sell fear. I’ve seen no solid evidence to support either claim of clean or contaminated.
I had originally planned to be there with my camera on documenting the happenings on Monday night. Unfortunately, I’ll be flying out to Cincinnati on business that day. I’ll have to catch the “re-run” on the city’s website.
Holiday shoppers will want to load up their wallets and put on their comfortable walking shoes because the two-level, open-air expansion at The Oaks mall will be awaiting them tomorrow, Nov. 15
This is bad news for those who are heavily invested in the Shop Simi Valley First campaign. I’ve heard the new mall is gorgeous. I’m curious to know how the city’s $100,000 Shop Simi budget is going to keep holiday shoppers in Simi Valley Town Center this holiday season.