SOAR For Open Spaces

 

SOAR For Good Food

 

SOAR For The Next Generation

SOAR Protects Our County’s Open Space.

SOAR is a series of voter initiatives that require a majority vote of the people before agricultural land or open space areas can be rezoned for development. The eight voter-approved SOAR initiatives passed by the cities of Camarillo, Fillmore, Moorpark, Oxnard, Santa Paula, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks and Ventura require voter approval for urban development beyond a City Urban Restriction Boundary (CURB), or, in the case of the City of Ventura, before rezoning agricultural land within the city’s sphere of influence.

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SOAR is a series of voter initiatives that require a vote of the people before agricultural land or open space areas can be rezoned for development.

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Santa Paula Public Works Department, pictured in black and white on East Main St of Santa Paula. On the right we see a glimpse of the “Citrus Capital of the World” mural done by artist Don Gray, assisted by son, Jared Gray in 1999.

The mural represents a time when Santa Paula was considered the citrus capital of the world with 4 panels depicting diverse workers, the Santa Paula town founder, a special tribute to Latino farmworkers, as well as recognition for the women involved in packing the fruit.
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Santa Paula Public Works Department, pictured in black and white on East Main St of Santa Paula. On the right we see a glimpse of the “Citrus Capital of the World” mural done by artist Don Gray, assisted by son, Jared Gray in 1999. 

The mural represents a time when Santa Paula was considered the citrus capital of the world with 4 panels depicting diverse workers, the Santa Paula town founder, a special tribute to Latino farmworkers, as well as recognition for the women involved in packing the fruit.

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“ …citrus capital of the world…” that’s what Covina told me too

Those women didn't/don't just put th e fruit in boxes. They inspect the fruit, sort and grade it. These women are our last line of defense against disease and invading insects. 💗

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