Dr. Kevin McNamee answers the question, “What to do about the homeless in Thousand Oaks?” at the League of Women Voters – Meet the Candidates Event.
“What do you think needs to be done about affordable housing in Thousand Oaks?” at the League of Women Voters – Meet the Candidates Event. Dr. Kevin McNamee, Candidate for City Council, answers the question.
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(Click Here to Play) Plan reduces water rates and dependency upon imported water for the Conejo Valley and Thousand Oaks
When So California experiences an earthquake, services like water may be down for months. This model demonstrates how wastewater receiving advanced tertiary water treatment can be recycled back to be reused in the Conejo Valley. It saves customers $11.4 million annually and reduces dependence on imported water from Los Angeles by 57%.
Watch as $15 becomes $20 then $19 and finally $15 again. The magic trick shows how earning less enriches both the business owner and employee receiving welfare at tax payer expense.
Cal Lutheran University Football player help direct traffic at Rotary Chili Cook-Off 2018. Uses Michael Jackson dance moves to keep drivers entertained.
Former CEO of Carl’s Jr. Restaurant explains how $15 minimum wage hurts employees and business. Dr. McNamee’s NY Times letter was quoted.
Vowel Passages Magic Trick is one method to teach children the letters that are vowels, the purpose in word pronunciation, and the letter Y functioning as a vowel in some words. Watch as one card magically turns over each time the cards are turned. At the end, it appears that all the card backs change different colors. This magic trick keeps the children entertained as they learn the vowels.