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The community can now purchase tickets to hear about Ventura County’s most recent trends and data as the Ventura County Civic Alliance puts on a morning release event to launch their biennial State of the Region Report on July 17th at California Lutheran University (CLU). There will also be a reception Aug. 7th at the Museum of Ventura County.
The State of the Region Report provides a unique perspective on Ventura County through independently researched and interpreted data that reflects the quality of life in Ventura County. This year’s report includes a special section on the impacts of recent wildfires. Learn more about the research by visiting: http://bit.ly/31WoWh4.
The release event will be at the CLU Lundring Events Center on July 17th at 8 a.m. with complimentary breakfast. The program includes a presentation by the report’s author Tony Biasotti, a panel of community leaders including Sheriff Bill Ayub and Limoneira CEO Harold Edwards, discussing their perspective on this year’s report followed by audience Q&A.
The reception will be held at the Museum of Ventura County on Wednesday, August 7th at 4 p.m. Wine and appetizers will be available with ticket purchase and event-goers will have the opportunity for a Q&A discussion with Tony Biasotti and researcher Dr. Jamshid Damooei.
All attendees will receive a copy of the 2019 State of the Region Report. For more information and to register for either of these events, visit www.CivicAlliance.org.
Who: The Ventura County Civic Alliance
What: State of the Region Report Release Event and Reception
When: Release Event: July 17 at 8 a.m.
Reception: August 7 at 4 p.m.
Where: Release Event: CLU Lundring Events Center, 60 West Olsen Rd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Reception: Museum of Ventura County, 100 East Main Street Ventura, CA 93001
About the Ventura County Civic Alliance
Founded in 2001, the Ventura County Civic Alliance is a coalition of civic leaders with a shared commitment to the three E’s — the Economic, Environmental and social Equity interests of our region. This balance ensures that our research and community dialogue is embedded with a broad and diverse set of perspectives and priorities.
The Alliance holds a set of core beliefs that guides its mission: regional stewardship, open dialogue, collaboration, evenhandedness, unbiased research, and community building and decision making by consensus. We bring together residents and civic organizations to cooperatively explore options and find integrated solutions to the complex economic, environmental and social challenges of our region.