Richard Macklin speaks with Sandra Siepak about the Ventura County Fire Department and community service changes that have been implemented as a result of the pandemic.
Nan Young speaks with Sandra Siepak about Art Trek, a Ventura County nonprofit organization that she started in 1992 which serves about 150,000 participants in Southern California with a purpose to bring more arts into the community and schools.
High school student, Alex Loza, speaks with Monique Nowlin about his experience learning and living through the pandemic.
Scott Thomsen speaks with Sandra Siepak about the distribution of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to Ventura County residents.
Laura Oergel speaks with MB Hanrahan the Ventura Surfrider Foundation and protecting Ventura County’s ocean, waves and beaches for over 25 years.
Rick Schroeder speaks with Sandra Siepak about Many Mansions, which is a nonprofit affordable housing and service provider.
Debra Tash, the editor-in-chief of the Citizens Journal, speaks with George Alger about their efforts to create an online dialogue and resource in Ventura County so that the news is not all one-sided.
Nancy Ambriz speaks with Monique Nowlin about America’s Job Center of California, and how older adults can prepare themselves for employment during and after COVID-19.
Miranda Nobriga from the Ventura County Clerk and Recorders office (the department that runs the elections division), speaks with Sandra Siepak about mail-in ballots and in-person voting locations, which will be open over four days, from October 31 to November
Attorney Jeffrey Trissel speaks with George Alger and provides some context regarding the demand letter that was recently presented to the City of Ventura and Ventura County.