Camarillo Springs (CA) worries about hill as possible El Niño rains near

“We are extremely grateful for everything the city (and others) have done for us,” said Barbara Williams, 61, president of The Springs Homeowners Association board, a volunteer post.  But little progress over the past several months has left residents frustrated, Williams said.    Read the article………..


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