• Lou Lichtl,  Ventura County Community College District,  Ventura County Community College District Governing Board

    Lou Lichtl for Ventura County Community College District

    Principal of Thousand Oaks High School Lou Lichtl addressing TOHS graduation


    In the past forty years, there has never been a more qualified and experienced candidate for the Ventura County Community College Governing Board than Lou Lichtl. I am extremely proud to recommend and endorse his candidacy for the VCCCD Governing Board, Area 2 (which includes Oak Park, Thousand Oaks and parts of Camarillo).

    I should know, since I was elected and held this position from 1989 through 1994.

    Here is Lou Lichtl’s candidate statement:

    Lou Lichtl candidate statement for VCCCD


    A product of the California Community College system , Lichtl has been:

    • a former public school teacher
    • Westlake High School Assistant Principal
    • Redwood Middle School Principal
    • Thousand Oaks High School Principal
    • Conejo Valley Unified School District Assistant Superintendent

    With 35 years of service in public education , experience in policy development, budget oversight and community building, Lichtl brings decades of true and tested professionalism and knowledge to the position of Ventura County Community College Trustee.

    His website is here: Lou Lichtl for VCCCD.

    Vote Lou Lichtl by November 8.

  • Conejo Valley Unified School District,  Thousand Oaks City Council,  Ventura County Board of Supervisors,  Ventura County Community College District Governing Board

    VOTE FOR or DON’T VOTE FOR Coming to FlapsBlog.com

    Flap and Victor

    Election season is upon us here in Thousand Oaks. Hence, Flap will be posting his FAVS and not so FAVS in this space.

    It is unfortunate, that local press coverage has gone extinct in the Conejo Valley. We used to have extensive local coverage by three print genuine newspapers: Thousand Oaks New Chronicle (Sister of the Ventura County Star); the Los Angeles Times and the Los Angeles Daily News. But, alas, the internet and social media killed them for local political coverage.

    Today, we have the Thousand Oaks Acorn and the Ventura County Star who remain. But, the Acorn newspapers are a weekly shopper and the VC Star, a real daily newspaper, has a very reduced reporting staff (except for local sports).

    Nobody reads the remaining journals , either online or in print, and who would certainly delve into the body of one of them to read a letter to the editor.

    Never Fear.

    Flap will give you the true poop and recommend for whom (as an informed citizen living in Thousand Oaks) you should vote.

    Comments are turned off (too many overseas spam links), but you can agree or disagree with me on Twitter (@Flap). Let it rip!