Camarillo, California

What is Camarillo, California known for?


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Pleasant Valley - Homepage publisher Pvrpd.org date accessdate 2012-10-27 is an independent Special-purpose district located in Ventura County, California. The District is located in and around the City of Camarillo, serves a population of over 70,000 and covers an area approximately 45 square miles


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" Camarillo Premium Outlets In the mid-1990s, multiple large retail centers, including one of California's largest outlet malls and movie theater were built south of US 101


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and Recreation Society District 8 *2004 Agency Showcase Award Outstanding Recreation Guide for the Fall 2004 Recreation Guide from California Park and Recreation Society District 8 Camarillo Christmas Parade ref>


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certificate #26838 They separated by 1910, and are said to have divorced in 1912. They had no children. death_date origin Camarillo (Camarillo, California), California, U.S. (United States) instrument Vocals (Singing), guitar, piano, bass (Bass (guitar)) '''Jason Michael Wade''' (born July 5, 1980 in Camarillo (Camarillo, California), California) is the lead vocalist, main songwriter, and guitar


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: www.ci.camarillo.ca.us main.aspx?q 6076&p 9011 title City of Camarillo, CA publisher Ci.camarillo.ca.us date accessdate 2013-11-28 Nearby academic libraries include California State University Channel Islands, California Lutheran University, St. Thomas Aquinas, Moorpark College, Oxnard College, and Ventura College. Quality of life File:Camarillo April 2010.jpg thumb 250px A view of Camarillo from nearby hills on a cloudy day in April. Such days are not typical


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At the city's incorporation in 1964, a council-manager form of government was created. The five member city council is elected at large for four-year terms. The council is responsible for establishing policy, enacting laws and making legal and financial decisions for the city. A city manager, hired by the council and answerable to it, is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the city. He is charged with overall management of the five city departments and 97 full-time employees. Services


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in the Ridgecrest (Ridgecrest, California) area. That translator currently rebroadcasts KMZT. Rushworth was a member of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots, and in 1975 received the SETP's James H. Doolittle Award for "outstanding accomplishment in technical management or engineering achievement in aerospace technology". Rushworth retired on June 1, 1981. He died of natural causes in Camarillo, California on March 17, 1993. In 1994, he was posthumously inducted into the Aerospace Walk of Honor History Bernstein was born in Los Angeles, California. is a public airport located three miles (5 km) west of the central business district of Camarillo (Camarillo, California), a city in Ventura County (Ventura County, California), California, United States. It is roughly equidistant from Los Angeles, CA and Santa Barbara, CA although it is inland. The airport has one runway and exclusively serves privately-operated general aviation and executive (Executive jet) aircraft with no scheduled commercial service (Scheduled air carriers). Released 1982 Recorded Poiema Studios Camarillo, California The Gold Mine Los Angeles, California Genre Folk (Folk music) rock (Rock music) *Engineered by Mark Heard, Bill Cobb, Janet Sue Heard *Recorded January-February 1982 at Poiema Studio, Camarillo, California, and at The Gold Mine, Los Angeles, California *Mixed by Mark Heard at Wilder Brothers Studios, West Los Angeles Released 1981 Recorded Poiema Studios Camarillo, California The Gold Mine Los Angeles, California Genre Folk (Folk music) rock (Rock music) *Additional engineers: Mark Heard, Janet Sue Heard *Recorded February-March, 1981 at Poiema Studios, Camarillo, California and at The Gold Mine, Los Angeles, California *Mixed by Mark Heard at The Gold Mine, Nashville, Tennessee - 2 align "left" Los Angeles-Riverside-San Bernardino align "left" Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California)-Long Beach (Long Beach, California)-Santa Ana (Santa Ana, California), CA; Riverside (Riverside, California)-San Bernardino (San Bernardino, California), CA; Camarillo (Camarillo, California), CA; Hemet (Hemet, California), CA; Oxnard (Oxnard, California), CA; Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara, California), CA; Santa Clarita (Santa Clarita, California), CA; Simi Valley (Simi Valley, California), CA; Temecula (Temecula, California)-Murrieta (Murrieta, California), CA; Thousand Oaks (Thousand Oaks, California), CA 15,492,749 -


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). There is a California Highway Patrol brake inspection station at the top of the grade and a stop is mandatory for all 18-wheel trucks. The completion of the freeway facilitated the growth that followed. In 1962, the population was 7,500 and 3M began construction for the Mincom (3M) and Magnetic Tape Divisions, which would ultimately employ 900 people, becoming the largest local employer. That plant briefly housed a factory for 3M spinoff (corporate spin-off) Imation before being closed in 2008. is a public airport located three miles (5 km) west of the central business district of Camarillo (Camarillo, California), a city in Ventura County (Ventura County, California), California, United States. It is roughly equidistant from Los Angeles, CA and Santa Barbara, CA although it is inland. The airport has one runway and exclusively serves privately-operated general aviation and executive (Executive jet) aircraft with no scheduled commercial service (Scheduled air carriers). Released 1982 Recorded Poiema Studios Camarillo, California The Gold Mine Los Angeles, California Genre Folk (Folk music) rock (Rock music) *Engineered by Mark Heard, Bill Cobb, Janet Sue Heard *Recorded January-February 1982 at Poiema Studio, Camarillo, California, and at The Gold Mine, Los Angeles, California *Mixed by Mark Heard at Wilder Brothers Studios, West Los Angeles Released 1981 Recorded Poiema Studios Camarillo, California The Gold Mine Los Angeles, California Genre Folk (Folk music) rock (Rock music) *Additional engineers: Mark Heard, Janet Sue Heard *Recorded February-March, 1981 at Poiema Studios, Camarillo, California and at The Gold Mine, Los Angeles, California *Mixed by Mark Heard at The Gold Mine, Nashville, Tennessee - 2 align "left" Los Angeles-Riverside-San Bernardino align "left" Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California)-Long Beach (Long Beach, California)-Santa Ana (Santa Ana, California), CA; Riverside (Riverside, California)-San Bernardino (San Bernardino, California), CA; Camarillo (Camarillo, California), CA; Hemet (Hemet, California), CA; Oxnard (Oxnard, California), CA; Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara, California), CA; Santa Clarita (Santa Clarita, California), CA; Simi Valley (Simi Valley, California), CA; Temecula (Temecula, California)-Murrieta (Murrieta, California), CA; Thousand Oaks (Thousand Oaks, California), CA 15,492,749 -


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'''California State University Channel Islands''' ('''CSUCI''', known informally as CI) is a four-year public university located in Camarillo, California, in Ventura County (Ventura County, California). CSUCI opened in 2002 as the 23rd campus in the California State University system, succeeding the Ventura County branch campus of CSU Northridge (California State University, Northridge). The campus had formerly been the Camarillo State Mental Hospital and has been the setting


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tower in the South quad. The band Brazzaville (Brazzaville (US band)) released a video called "Camarillo" in 2007, with mental hospital-like imagery and lyrics concerning lead singer David Brown's relatives' stay in the institution. Frank Zappa famously, and perhaps deliberately, mispronounced the city's name in the song "Camarillo Brillo", also about a stay in the institution, but in this case to get clean.

Camarillo, California

'''Camarillo''' ( ) is a city in Ventura County, California, USA. The population was 65,201 at the 2010 census, up from 57,084 at the 2000 census. The Ventura Freeway (U.S. Route 101 (U.S. Route 101 (California))) is the city's primary thoroughfare. Camarillo is named for Adolfo (Adolfo Camarillo) and Juan Camarillo (Juan Camarillo, Jr.), two of the few ''Californios'' (pre-1848 California natives of Hispanic ancestry) to preserve the city's heritage after the arrival of Anglo settlers. The railroad coast route (Coast Line (UP)) came through in 1898 and built a station here. Adolfo Camarillo eventually employed 700 workers growing mainly lima beans. Walnuts and citrus were also grown on the ranch. Adolfo bred Camarillo White Horses in the 1920s through the 1960s and was well known for riding them, dressed in colorful Spanish attire, in parades such as the Fiesta of Santa Barbara.

The city grew slowly prior to World War II but the war effort saw the construction of the Oxnard Army Air Field (Oxnard Air Force Base) (later Oxnard Air Force Base in 1951, now Camarillo Airport) to the west of town. The community also grew as the new base along with nearby Naval Air Station Point Mugu and a Seabee base at Port Hueneme (Naval Construction Battalion Center Port Hueneme) brought many workers and their families to the area. The grounds of Camarillo State Hospital, that opened in 1936 south of town, is now the campus of California State University, Channel Islands.

As with most cities in Ventura County, it is noted for its resistance to new development. In 2014, the council voted against a 895 acre project that would have extended development on agricultural lands east towards the Conejo Grade. Harris, Mike (September 10, 2014) "Camarillo council kills plans for large development" ''Ventura County Star''

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