The Ventura County Taxpayers Association Since 1954
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The Ventura County Taxpayers Association strongly supports the position of county executives that pensions should only be determined...
Dec 25, 2012 by Editor
Earlier this year, Gov. Jerry Brown persuaded the Legislature to approve cost-cutting pension changes for new public employees at...
Dec 19, 2012 by Dick.Thomson
Last year, the Ventura City Council accepted a $2.3 million federal grant that allowed it to reopen Fire Station 4, an east side...
Dec 9, 2012 by Editor
The Ventura County public employee pension system, driven by public safety unions, is gobbling up an unjust amount of government...
Dec 7, 2012 by Editor
Within the next week, thousands of 44th Assembly District residents in certain unincorporated areas will be receiving in the mail a...
Sep 28, 2012 by Dick.Thomson
This is a summary of VCTA’s ballot recommendations for the November Election.
Prop 30 – NO
Prop 31 – NO
VCTA’s mission is to advocate for efficient and effective local government and investigate and take positions on issues having significant fiscal impact on Ventura County taxpayers.
VCTA is a 501(c)(4) organization.
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